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Wickham Laboratories to present at Cleanroom Technology Conference 2018

May 1st 2018

We are pleased to announce our CEO, Dr John McKenzie, will be presenting on ‘Microbiological Considerations in Cleanroom Validation’ at the Cleanroom Technology Conference to be held 16th-17th May, 2018.

This conference will highlight best practice and regulations affecting cleanroom design and operation across various industries.

Dr McKenzie’s presentation covers a variety of different factors including the importance of a robust environmental monitoring programme and the risk assessment considerations that must be undertaken to best identify any possibility for contamination in your facility.

More information regarding the conference can be found on their website here.

Company Overview

As a GMP/GLP compliant laboratory with over 50 years of experience, Wickham Laboratories Ltd is an established name in the fields of pharmaceutical and medical device contract testing, research and consultancy. We conduct business with clients worldwide and the combined expertise of our laboratory technicians and managers enables us to be fully conversant with global regulatory expectations.

We are committed to providing a quality testing service, combining high levels of client satisfaction together with the maintenance of appropriate accreditation. This and the continual pursuit of delivering excellence remain central to our business.

We are routinely inspected by the MHRA, FDA and Home Office, and offer the opportunity for clients to conduct audits on a regular basis.

For more information about Wickham Laboratories Limited and our services, please contact us at +44 (0)1329 226600 or mail@wickhamlabs.co.uk.

To directly request a company brochure, please visit the Resource Centre section of our company website.

  

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