Viable and Non-Viable Particle Counting

£500.00

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All our courses continue to evolve as standards and best practice change, and as we get feedback from previous delegates. A general outline of the curriculum for the day will include….

  • Cleanroom Introduction
  • Cleanroom Standards
  • Particle Basics
  • Viables and Non-Viables
  • Particle Counter Technology
  • Active Air Sampling
  • Classification vs Monitoring
  • Facility / Environmental Monitoring Systems
  • Liquid Particle Counters
  • Practical Exercise

This will be an in-depth training course with an “open book” style exam.  Greater than 90% must be achieved to be awarded a Pass Certificate.  Any delegate not sitting the exam or not meeting the required standard will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance.

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For anyone owning, managing or working in a cleanroom, this course is designed to give an overview of both viable and non-viable particle counting. Useful for facility managers, production operatives, quality managers, engineers, validation staff and cleanroom certifiers, the course starts with a review of relevant standards and will highlight best practice and give some examples of what to do and what not to do. We will also look at viable and non-viable continuous monitoring systems and provide an overview of particle counting in liquids.
A practical session will cover “Cleanroom Classification” with the delegates getting hands-on with a particle counter – to classify a suitable part of their facility, or in a simulated training exercise.

Instructor – Andy Worsick

Andy Worsick is a Sales & Project Manager at EMS Particle Solutions. With offices in Dublin and Cambridge, EMS are the UK and Ireland distributor for the Particle Measuring Systems range of air and liquid particle counters, facility monitoring systems and microbiological air samplers. Andy is a science graduate and has a history in application engineering, product management, and technical sales. He specialises in particle counters – both portable units and continuous monitoring systems – and HEPA filter testing equipment. He is a well-respected expert in the field of cleanroom testing applications, having delivered many training courses on these subjects.

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