Cleanrooms, as well as any modular environment where attempts are made to keep airborne contaminants, temperature, relative humidity, differential pressure, static electricity and other factors under strict control, come in many shapes and sizes. Whether discussing hard- or softwalled or any of the other types of cleanroom, one thing is certain – it is virtually impossible to construct and maintain a completely contaminant-free environment, as long as personnel are working in it. There is no perfectly clean cleanroom; there are only levels of acceptable cleanliness.
In November 2001, a new, stricter set of regulations for cleanrooms was set forth by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). As they work to meet ISO’s demanding criteria, now is the ideal time for pharmaceutical manufacturers to turn a serious eye inward to evaluate and improve their housekeeping regimens.
In the whitepaper you will learn about:
- Key tips for achieving compliance with the latest ISO regulations.
- Procedures, quality equipment and employee education techniques that can help manufacturers maximize productivity and profitability.
- How to greatly reduce particles in your cleanroom through effect use of a HEPA-filtered vacuum.
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