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Environmental Monitoring Seminar; Risk-Assessment Workshop

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Boston Seminar to Assist Medical Device & Pharmaceutical Manufacturers with Environmental Monitoring, Risk-Assessment

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Manufacturing Group September 27, 2012

Engineers from Microtest Laboratories will present an environmental monitoring seminar and risk-assessment workshop to assist medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers with building, validating, and maintaining their cleanrooms and sterile manufacturing environments.

"Environmental Monitoring Seminar and Risk-Assessment Workshop," the event will provide practical information and the latest techniques on cleaning and disinfection programs designed to maintain aseptic conditions and prevent microbial contamination.

The event will be held at the MIT Endicott House in Dedham, MA – just outside Boston – on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, from 10am to 2pm.

At the event, attendees will:

  • Participate in a hands-on workshop that focuses on risk assessment in the clean room
  • Discover the best practices for qualifying and maintaining a clean room facility
  • Identify and assess the risks commonly found in a cleanroom environment
  • Test the information they have learned in a mock cleanroom floor plan exercise

A networking reception, and lunch, is included.

For more information, or to RSVP, contact Julie Adamski at Microtest Laboratories by phone at 800.631.1680, ext. 192, or by email at jadamski@microtestlabs.com. Registration for the event is $149.

The event is one in a series of technical seminars and workshops for medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers presented by Microtest Laboratories, a Mass.-based, FDA-audited company with a history of exceptional regulatory compliance. Microtest's environmental sciences group helps its clients maintain control of their controlled environments and is a proven resource for contamination testing needs arising from the manufacturing of medical devices or pharmaceuticals, as well as sterile compounding in hospital pharmacies.

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