Field trips and plant visits
Seven97 Training Solutions, PLLC - *Aseptic Technique Validation             *USP <797> Compliance
RSS Become a Fan

Recent Posts

Media Fills?: Make them Count!
Field trips and plant visits
Cleanroom Pressure can be lethal
The Non-traditional Tech Example #1
Non-Traditional Roles for techs


Weekly Posts


April 2019
March 2019
February 2019

powered by

Luis' 797 Blog

Field trips and plant visits

 I remember a tour I took of the Mercedes C-class plant in Tuscaloosa. Wow! I never looked at a C-class the same way again! Have you considered a visit to your 503B admixtures compounder, primary engineering equipment vendor or another health system IV room? Well, it is not only a best practice but also it can be a way to inspire you and your team to practice at a higher level of quality, build stronger networks and get exposure to behind-the-scenes experiences that will enrich you professionally. My first was a 2005 tour of the BAXA plant during my first official 797 training at the Star Center in Denver. Several years later, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston I saw first hand, IV robotics for the first time. Pharmedium in Memphis was an eye-opening experience which made me totally fall in love with sterile compounding production. This inspired me to take several trips to CAPS Miami with my team members to observe how their own TPNs were being prepared. Everyone came back inspired and ready to improve. Going to the Germfree plant in Florida allowed me to see firsthand how primary engineering controls are manufactured and learned about Germfree’s mobile IV lab. So as you can see, field trips are not just for grade school they are still an integral part of today’s learning.

0 Comments to Field trips and plant visits:

Comments RSS

Add a Comment

Your Name:
Email Address: (Required)
Make your text bigger, bold, italic and more with HTML tags. We'll show you how.
Post Comment
Website Builder provided by  Vistaprint