- Advanced BSL3 Work Practices and Procedures
- Advanced Certification
- BSL3 Facilities: Design, Construction and Beyond
- Certification of Regulated Cleanrooms and Controlled Environments
- Certification of Sterile Compounding Facilities and Aseptic Isolators
- Duke Lemur Center Visit
- HVAC Systems and Laboratory Design
- Safety Cabinet Technology
- Verifying BSL3 Performance: From Commissioning to Certification
Certification of Sterile Compounding Facilities and Aseptic Isolators
April 2-6, 2018 | Totowa, NJ
This four and a half-day class uses lecture, hands-on workshops and group activities to provide a review of the facility design, and environmental control requirements of USP Chapter <797> and the NIOSH Alert. The “Engineering Control Performance Verification” section of USP <797> is covered in detail. The specific certification procedures outlined in the Controlled Environment Testing Association’s (CETA) CAG-003 are also discussed and utilized for the course’s hands-on workshops. In addition, CAG -001-2005 and CAG-002-2006 will be examined and utilized for the certification of compounding aseptic isolators.
Who Is This Course For?
Certifiers, Cleanroom Designers, Cleanroom Contractors and anyone designing or building cleanrooms for sterile compounding.
The lead instructor for this course is Jim Wagner, Principal, Controlled Environment Testing.
Other instructors include:
- Abby Roth, Clinical IQ, LLC
- Aaron Johnson, Engineering Test Supervisor, The Baker Company
- Jeff Smith, President, Agape Instrument Services, Inc
Tuition of $2495 must be paid in full to guarantee a space in the class. Tuition includes: course manual, lunch each day, an Eagleson Institute certificate and a special class reception and dinner with plenty of time to network with peers and instructors.