Monday, 7 January 2019

Effective training for keeping cleanrooms clean


Controlled environments required for the manufacture of pharmaceutical products are cleanrooms and they are assigned a class through meeting a set standard for airborne particles. Once a grade is assigned, a series of other physical and microbial parameters need be met: HEPA filtration, control of the air through air changes and pressure differentials; staff wearing appropriate garments; adequate cleaning and disinfection. While such measures can be introduced through the Quality by Design approach and good procedures, to achieve ongoing control requires effective training.

In relation to these important issues, Tim Sandle has written an new article. The introduction reads:

“Traditional training has served the industry well, but it does not always deliver expected outcomes. Moreover, classroom-style training can be expensive and where it is not sufficiently engaging; the message does not always sink in. For these reasons, many pharmaceutical companies are turning to e-learning.”

The link to the article is: https://www.cleanroomtechnology.com/news/article_page/Effective_training_for_keeping_cleanrooms_clean/148134

Posted by Dr. Tim Sandle, Pharmaceutical Microbiology

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