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This course will provide an overview of current FPM detection techniques and how to couple them with a newer characterization regimen inspired by criminal trace evidence analysis. It guides attendees through the different phases of characterization and how to use these in a holistic, proactive program for FPM issue remediation. Attendees will be challenged by two hands on sessions where they will be responsible for documenting FPM attributes by different inspection methods and by isolating the particulate with provided tools. This type of program heightens efficiency of FPM investigations which ultimately saves cost by decreasing delayed release time and lost product