Thursday, 26 February 2015

Establishing a Cleanroom Safety Plan

There are many similarities with establishing and maintaining quality and safety cultures. Successful quality and safety cultures are top management driven using defined procedures and protocols based on Federal regulations, industry standards, and best management practices. A cleanroom safety program may be established, implemented, and maintained.

Jan Eudy has written an interesting article for Controlled Environments on the importance of cleanroom safety.

For instance:

‘The plan should define how personal protective equipment or cleanroom garments are worn to enhance operator safety. Safety criteria should include information on how to properly wear hoods, masks, goggles/safety glasses, coveralls, and boots/shoe covers.’

To view the article, see Controlled Environments.

Posted by Tim Sandle

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