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Broadening its product portfolio to include environmental rooms, glassware dryers and chambers
For use on surfaces, door handles and textiles
When designing a new production facility for a leading life sciences company, Morgan Sindall Professional Services set out to create the perfect environment to promote best practice
Camfil study reveals modern hand dryers designed to improve hygiene actually spread more germs than paper towels in hospital washrooms
Facility receives MHRA licence to manufacture human cell therapy products
Best practice and meeting the expectations of regulators on the use of plant isolates, bioburden strategies, rapid ID methods, auditing environmental controls and deviation management are topics taxing microbiologists. Susan Birks reports on issues discussed at the Pharmig conference
Cleaning 2015 will take place on 24–26 March 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK
Drug reconstitution and compounding for administration to patients in hospitals or at home can pose risks to workers and patients. Benedetta Cadorin, Haemopharm Healthcare, describes a system that is simpler, safer and more cost-effective
Biocides based on copper (II) hydroxide are fatal if inhaled, cause serious eye damage and can be harmful if swallowed
For wipe producers, certifying wipes or mops into a specific cleanroom class1 can be subject to many variables. Karen Rossington explores the issues of wipe classification
Has the ability to count colonies in seconds
Antimicrobial textile manufacturers face an array of new standards around the world that clarify and specify how they can ensure safety, quality, and proper testing of their products