Most of us know at least one person who will be jumping ship as soon as they can. Employees appear to be getting angrier everyday and their employers keep throwing more wood into the fire. If you really want to heat things up, then be sure to do these five things.
Proper gowning and gowning procedures reduce, but do not eliminate person-generated particles.
One of the best ways to understand principles is to understand their opposites. John Maxwell explains the leadership principle of influence through the five myths about leadership.
In almost all cleaning applications, it is important to control the cavitation energy. When an insufficient amount of cavitation energy is provided, undesirably long process times may be required to obtain a desired level of cleaning, or in some cases, a desired level of surface cleaning may not be achievable.
If you haven’t been to Controlled Environments Magazine’s (CEmag.us) website recently, take a few moments to see the new look.
You Know Materials Compatibility Problems When You See Them
In the last C4 column, I started my contribution to compliance with Controlled Environment’s 2010 editorial calendar by communicating some of the basics behind cleaning science.
Consolidation on a massive scale amongst the elite of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry raises questions about how to remain competitive.
Estimating Drying Times, Break-through Times, Permeation Rates, and Post-Purge Outgassing For MicroenvironmentsJune 25, 2010 6:00 pm | by Sung In MoonL. MonsonY. LiuM. FullerC. W. Extrand | Comments
In the future, microenvironments will be required to maintain low oxygen and relative humidity levels to facilitate newer technology nodes.
To certify a compressed air system for purity classification in accordance with the ISO document 8573 can result in opening the proverbial “Pandora’s Box.”
The first step in developing an effective precision cleaning process for the product is to determine where cleaning can be avoided. Keeping the product clean, particularly during transfer and storage, is an important part of your contamination control program.
Here are ten things you can do to become a better manager. Pick one. Do it today. Pick another one for tomorrow. In two weeks you will be a better manager.
When the solution is simple, God is answering. - Albert Einstein