This column is about one of this author's favorite guidelines, especially useful in the management of critical cleaning. I call it Heisenberg's Law of Cleaning, after Nobel laureate Werner Heisenberg who formulated what came to be called Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle.
What most organizations require is corporate-level, stringent process control.
In order to maximize productivity while maintaining the highest level of safety, biosafety cabinets have become a crucial component.
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Does construction method matter?
Most manufacturers have access to SEM/EDX; and it provides useful information. However, sometimes we expect more from SEM/EDX than the technique is capable of providing, such as molecular identification of a specific organic residue.
With a typical production and maintenance lifetime measured in decades, the decision to devote capital resources to build a development or manufacturing facility is a significant investment that carries long reaching implications for any business.
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There are two basic types of systems; single-use and multiple-wear, each with a long history of use. Since cleanroom garments are not regulated, it is important that the garment user exercise effective controls in the selection and ongoing monitoring of a sterile garment supplier.
How you address negativity depends on whether you control it and how it started in the first place.
One of the most important decisions facing any manufacturer of sterile fill pharmaceutical products is the selection of the garment system that will be utilized to support both initial validation and ongoing production.
Employees who are bored are often doing work for which they are ill-suited, or have jobs that are poorly designed. As a result, they have by far lower job satisfaction, sense of accomplishment, and pride in their employers.
While, in general, employees’ attitudes will decline in uncertain economic times, there are major exceptions, depending on how management treats workers.
Wayne Turmel, author and weekly podcast host offers these core beliefs about management and how to get more satisfaction out of your management job.
To monitor surface cleanliness, manufacturers desire a technique that yields results quickly, has a low recurring cost, identifies the presence of a specific contaminant, can detect low levels, and is quantitative.