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Wednesday , June , 28 2017

Cleanroom Training Seminar

The VALUE of investing your time and money by attending our seminar, to enhance your cleanroom education, is that you will be hearing from a veteran cleanroom Troubleshooter and Certifier, what works, what doesn't work and WHY!

These seminars are geared for those wanting to use Clean Manufacturing Techniques in a regular manufacturing environment as well as those contemplating, designing, building, operating or servicing a Cleanroom facility.

For those producing e-cig, e-liquid, e-juice, e-vapor, vapor this seminar will save you time, money and frustration in your cleanroom endeavors in that we understand from a service providers perspective what questions to ask the design team and what to watch for during the construction stage so as to maximize your investment dollars and when you are in operation, what the proper operators protocol/disciplines are in conjunction with good housekeeping procedures, development of a routine on-going monitoring program (both viable and non-viable) for optimum operational efficiency.

We offer the participants of our seminars valuable information that can be implemented immediately upon returning to their cleanroom/cleanspace to save time, monies and frustration.

These seminar modules cover the following subjects and can be tailored to accommodate your specific cleanroom application, either in part or as one.

1. Design Considerations: ( For those considering a cleanroom) Learn what more to include, or not to do, in the design of a clean mfg space or a cleanroom from a service provides viewpoint.

2. Construction Tips: ( For the cleanroom constructor) Why a "Built it Clean" approach is cost effective and other time/money saving construction tips.

3. Developing a livable "Build Clean" Protocol construction plan

4. Operations (Learn the Do's, Don't & WHY's of cleanroom protocol, restricted items, proper gowning procedures).

5. Custodial: Definitions of different "Clean Levels". How to clean a cleanroom, cleaning frequencies, verification of the  cleaning process, proper cleaning supplies & equipment.

6.  Maintenance:

  • What to include in a good PM program, Understanding the difference between Fed Std 209 and ISO 14644-1 recommended guidelines.
  • Preparing for a Certification.
  • Establishing a PM monitoring program to keep your cleanroom/cleanspace operating at peak efficiency.

7. Establishing a on-going monitoring program for Viable and Non-Viable monitoring.

8. Marketing/Sales: How to market your cleanroom/cleanspace for greatest impact .  

9. Our training course will assist you with compliance of subtitle 6.2.2 A & B of ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 13485:2003 guidelines relating to working in a cleanroom environment.

THIRD MONDAY of Every Month - Rochester, NY      

9 AM - 5 PM:

Bring your Questions!!!!

Class size is limited to 14 attendees. Book Early!

Cost:  Contact Us - Group Discount Rates Available.

Pre-Registration Required.

Contact us for Directions and Lodging Accommodations.

On-Site Training Seminars Available - Contact us to Discuss your Requirements

1. USP <797> The above items are included in conjunction with other important topics specifically geared for Pharmaceutical Compounding - Sterile Preparations. This is a separate seminar onto itself, which is held on the 2nd Saturday of every month in Rochester, NY. 

2. We also have associates who are specialists in their field of expertise which offer specific training in their specialty area.

  • Ultra High Purity Piping (UHP)
  • Ultra-Sonic Parts Cleaning
  • Vacuum Pumps.

Should you have interest in these specialized fields, please contact us for more details.

R. Kraft, Inc
129 Shorecliff Dr. 
Rochester, NY 14612
United States of America

Tel: (585) 621-6946
Email: info@cleanroomservices.com


Let our 40 yrs of cleanroom experience

(Certification, Troubleshooting, Performance Appraisals, Training Seminars, Design Assistance from a Service Provides viewpoint, Construction/Project Management)
assist you in achieving and operating a cost effective cleanroom facility.


ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited For The Testing/Certification of Clean rooms and Laminar Flow Devices.

NAISC CODES

    236210 - 238220 - 611430 

           

          Veteran Owned


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