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Excursions, Indeed October 13, 2010

Posted by gregquill in Uncategorized.
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Well, I was invited to this seminar, and it looked interesting.

Troubleshooting Microbial Excursions
October 20, 2010 WEBINAR
NOON – 1:30 pm Eastern Daylight Time
This webinar will address excursions and the best practices for troubleshooting them.

Well, how troublesome could microbial excursions be? I saw a lot of HUMAN excursions last year, as I watched people come and go to Yellowstone National Park. You get on the bus, you get off at the hotel, you eat lunch, you get back on the bus… Not a bad life.

But then I continued reading:

The most common sources for excursion are personnel practices, cleaning and disinfection program, facility design and conditions, and bringing items into the cleanroom. This webinar will discuss the details of specific excursion investigation for outbreaks of molds, vegetative bacteria, and Bacillus. End users will gain a new understanding of the complexity of troubleshooting outbreaks and contamination issues based on real life experiences.
Areas Covered in the webinar:
Learn how to develop solutions to your microbial control problems.
This seminar focuses on both preventative measures and corrective actions.
This session will be interactive with audience input.
Who will benefit:
QA and QC Managers
Disinfectant Validation Managers
Operations Managers
Cleanroom Managers
Personnel and contractors that clean and disinfect cleanrooms

FEE: PRICED PER PERSON
$365 for one (1) person

OK, not what I had in mind…


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