Making Sense of BSCs, Hoods, Isolators, RABs

Instructor: Joseph Winslow
Product ID: 704361
  • Duration: 60 Min

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Attendees will come away from the training program with the tools they need to understand the various types of enclosures and how to select the correct type of enclosure for their process in order to meet regulations, protect the product, and ensure worker safety. The course is apt for personnel in FDA regulated industries who want to learn about what enclosure is best suited for their process and why.

Why Should You Attend:

Selection of the proper environment for your process is important to avoid cross contamination of products, to protect the clean room environment, and to ensure worker safety. The word “hood” in FDA regulated industries gets misused more often than not.

This webinar will describe the differences and similarities among the various types of hoods including Bio Safety Cabinets, Laminar Flow Hoods, Downflow Booths, Glove Boxes, Isolators, Restricted Access Barriers and their variations. Participants will also learn what background environment is required for each and what regulatory authorities have to say on the topic.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The 7 types of BSCs and how they differ
  • The differences between open/closed and active/passive RABs
  • How a Glove Box is different from an Isolator
  • When to use a Downflow hood and when to use a Laminar Air Flow hood
  • Which type of hood is best for operator protection and which is best for product protection
  • What background environment does the EU require for an Isolator, a RABs?
  • Q & A

Who Will Benefit:

Personnel in the following positions should attend:

  • Facilities
  • Engineering
  • Purchasing
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control
  • Operations
  • Maintenance
  • Validation

Instructor Profile:

Joseph Winslow has over 20 years of experience as a leader, engineer, and executive in the highly regulated industries of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. His wide range of experience includes facilities, construction, manufacturing, logistics, maintenance, safety, and IT.

He is one of just over 100 professionals worldwide that have been certified by the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers as a Certified Pharmaceutical Industry Professional (CPIP). In par with the certification, his technical knowledge extents to product development, facilities and equipment, information systems, supply chain management, production systems, regulatory compliance including drugs and EH&S, and quality systems. Mr. Winslow currently works as a consultant to FDA regulated industries in his areas of expertise.

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