Cleaning Workshop Offers Training on Chemistry, Regulations, and More
The Quality Product Cleaning Workshop is a hands-on and in-class training course that will teach shop technicians and managers how to monitor current cleaning processes and troubleshoot cleaning problems.
On May 16-17, PM’s columnists and editors of the two-volume “Handbook for Critical Cleaning,” Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg, will teach the Quality Product Cleaning Workshop along with Darren Williams, lead of the Sam Houston State University Cleaning Research Group.
This hands-on and in-class training will take place at Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, and will give managers and technicians tools to achieve critical and precision product cleaning processes that improve manufacturing quality and productivity. Attendees will learn how to monitor current cleaning processes and troubleshoot cleaning problems. After completing the course, attendees will be equipped to make informed choices about cleaning agents, cleaning processes and analytical tests.
The workshop features cleaning demonstrations and an SHSU-sponsored continuing education certificate.
For more information about the workshop and to register, click here.
For columns written by the Kanesbergs and published in PM, click here.
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