Laboratory Safety - Cleanrooms (PC Only)

Where could you go to find a space that is cleaner than the operating room at your local hospital? You could go to the nearest cleanroom in any laboratory in town. Hospitals pretty much only have to worry about the germs in their operating rooms. Laboratories have to worry about all airborne particles in their cleanrooms. If they didn’t, they wouldn’t be able to obtain the results they’re looking for, and they couldn’t be sure of the results they do obtain. This course will focus on the crucial role that proper cleanroom procedures play in preserving the integrity of the laboratory. If you work in or in conjunction with a cleanroom, this information is for you.

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Course Duration: 36 Minutes

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