Critical Environments Facilities Design: Understanding Positive and Negative Pressure Environments 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Proactive biosafety professionals, facilities engineers, laboratory managers and project managers for critical environments need to be knowledgeable in the operation, maintenance and certification of their facilities and building systems. These professionals are frequently required to participate in the planning, design, and validation of a new laboratory or renovation of an existing facility. For these professionals to be successful, they need a foundation of engineering fundamentals, develop skills to challenge members of the design team and stakeholders in engineering terms, and the confidence to question the answers. The course is designed for biosafety professionals, facilities engineers, laboratory managers and project managers familiar with engineering, design, and function of high containment laboratories. These professionals may only have experience with high-containment laboratories and require additional training to understand and explain the differences between negative environments (BSL-3) and positive environments (cleanrooms). This course provides basic engineering principles that are useful in the planning, design, construction, maintenance and operation of a BSL-3 versus cleanroom facilities.
|4 Hour Critical Environments Facilities Design: Understanding Positive and Negative Pressure Environments (AM)||$ 200.00|