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Training of Cleanroom Personnel

A significant factor in quality assurance of the production process is the qualification of your personnel. New personnel, and those already working in the cleanroom, must constantly adapt themselves to the requirements and circumstances of cleanroom operation, and must be regularly trained in this respect.

Training of Cleanroom Personnel

The training is not merely a matter of echoing the specific work content and guidelines on behaviour, but specialist knowledge must also be conveyed and refreshed. This motivates and simultaneously increases the efficiency of your staff.

Overview of basan training*:

  • Hygiene (definition, regulations and guidelines; various aspects of hygiene; measures)
  • Basics of microbiology (overview of micro-organisms; main infectious diseases, pathogens and symptoms; protective measures, combating)
  • Sources of contamination and cross contamination
  • Accompanying measures to avoid contamination (physical hygiene, cleanroom garments, the process of changing garments, man as a source of contamination, waste handling)
  • Cleaning and disinfection measures
  • Skin protection (functions of the skin, skin protection, skin care, hand cleaning, skin care plan)
  • Safety (rules for handling cleaning and disinfection chemicals, protective equipment, hazardous materials, environmental protection, storage, operating procedures, hazardous material symbols, product labelling)
  • Gowning procedures/locking in and out (sequence and technique of putting on and taking off cleanroom garments, locking in and out correctly)
  • Training on cleanroom garments (explanation of the various materials, application according to cleanroom classes, functionality of the fabric)

* Only available in some countries, please contact your local basan office for details.


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Benefits of basan training for you:

  • Your own personnel spend less time in preparing, executing, and following up the training
  • Psychological effect: the acceptance of external trainers is often greater than of colleagues
  • Staff who have undergone frequent training experience new content and methods of presentation