Please be advised that training course 594 Shutdown Recovery and Disinfectant Effectiveness Studies for Controlled Environments has been rescheduled to Oct 29.
This new training course addresses strategies for development of a “Shutdown Recovery Plan” for cleanroom manufacturing operations after a loss of environmental controls (planned and unplanned). This training course will cover fundamentals of environmental control and present key factors to consider to regain sufficient levels of microbial control after periodic shutdown of manufacturing facilities, as well as proven strategies to address unplanned loss of environmental controls after such events such as power-outages, mechanical failure, structural damages, and natural disasters.
A cornerstone element of environmental control programs is cleaning and disinfection; this training course will thoroughly cover the requisites of selection, qualification, and implementation of chemical disinfectants in order to establish a robust and compliant cleaning and disinfection program. There will be a special focus on Disinfectant Effectiveness (DE) studies including in-house and Contract Lab performance of DE studies, parameters of a suitable DE study, acceptance criteria, regulatory expectations, and tools for assessing and interpreting DE study data.