Understanding Controlled Environments and Processes

Understanding Controlled Environments and Processes

This course provides an introduction to cleanroom concepts and behavior. Topics include the impact of personal hygiene on contamination control, cleanroom basics, including donning and doffing of apparel, disinfection and sanitization, and physical plant concepts, such as filtration, air flow, temperature, pressure, and humidity control. Upon completion, students will demonstrate an understanding for the reasons that controlled environments are so strictly controlled with the objective to minimize contamination. Topics include an introduction to cleanrooms, types of cleanrooms, cleanroom features, classification standards, contamination control, cleaning the cleanroom, cleanroom equipment, particle theory, Part 11 Compliance, cleanroom lab sampling, air particulate quality equipment, monitoring surface quality, personnel monitoring, documentation, and recordkeeping.

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