Product failures can often be avoided by well-planned and validated room and equipment cleaning processes.
Do safety and quality have to take a hit? ...
Use of isolators improved throughput but the sterilization process had to meet requirements as...
Disappointment is inevitable for leaders. At times your people will disappoint you, and there will also be instances where you disappoint others. So the fact that disappointment occurs isn’t the challenge. The real issue to address is how you respond to the disappointment.
Frank was ex-Special Forces with a fine arts degree—an unusual mix. He achieved a lot in his business career by following five simple principles that he was able to apply to any business, and many have achieved a lot by learning to do the same.
Portable air conditioning is a popular choice when installed HVAC equipment is offline for refurbishment or repair. When the space being served is a manufacturing cleanroom, the temporary cooling requirements become more complex.
The NEBB clearly outlines the responsibilities of a Cleanroom Performance Testing (CPT) professional – underpinned by the ultimate responsibility to control the quality of the work, and satisfying the quality of the project testing, “exclusive of acceptance criteria or guaranteeing performance.”
Cleanroom facilities are constantly monitoring contaminants in the environment. Budget dollars are spent on the right filtration and cleaning systems. Employee garments and behaviors are monitored. Processes are followed so that the cleanroom facility is both successful and productive. But is the facility aware of the importance of an ergonomic chair and how it impacts productivity?
The new Interdisciplinary Sciences Building earned LEED Gold including the maximum LEED points for energy performance.
How a Tennessee compounding pharmacy upgraded its cleanroom disinfection process with a dry fog technology system.
By looking at features, options, and alternatives, fume hood energy impact can be reduced.
Beyond the novelty industry, real innovation is taking place in the 3D printing (a.k.a. additive manufacturing) arena. According to Society of Manufacturing Engineers, companies in a wide variety of industries are using additive manufacturing to achieve: shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, on-demand production, reduced material waste, and lower lifecycle energy use.
Whether creating a controlled environment for an electronics manufacturer or a life sciences environment free of pathogens, the HVAC system controls your success and will significantly impact your operating costs. This infographic highlights a few key areas you can explore to see where energy savings might be found.
The fume hood is arguably the single most important safety feature in laboratories. They are also one of the major energy users and can use three and a half times more energy annually than the average American house. For safety reasons these devices cannot be eliminated from the lab, however, there are energy-optimization strategies that can reduce their environmental impact and enhance their performance.
The most successful people have talent and they work hard. Hard-working, talented people make the best employees. As an employee, we must consider what is in our control and what can we influence. We cannot control how much talent we have. But we can control how hard we work and how hard we persevere when times get tough. Here are five character traits for hiring managers to consider.
Words have power. They will evoke emotional responses in our audience. The philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein described this power succinctly, “The limits of my language are the limits of my world.” What can we expect from authentic communication?
Your business doesn’t run itself. The quality of your organization depends on the quality of your team—a motivated, energized staff is the key to companywide success. You want A Players, those colleagues who contribute disproportionately to the advancement and profitability of the organization.
Like a workplace Neapolitan ice cream, employees typically come in three distinct “flavors.”Most managers and supervisors either attempt to manage every employee from in the same manner. When you recognize the “flavor” of the individual employee, and prioritize your time accordingly, you position them for the highest potential for success—for themselves and for the company.