Swabbing Techniques for Sampling the Environment and Equipment training program
The Swabbing Techniques for Sampling the Environment and Equipment technician training program can assist technicians adhere to scientifically proven techniques, ensure the integrity of samples and generate consistent microbiological data.
The program covers the essential topics to ensure a thorough understanding of the basic principles and practices for implementing aseptic techniques when performing bacteria tests.
Technicians learn specific recommendations for spoilage organisms and food pathogens such as Salmonella or Listeria using pre-hydrated sponges and Dacron-tip swabs.
The training program can be completed in 45 min to 1 h. Or, individual modules can be taught in separate sessions. Highly versatile, the program can be used in one-on-one training sessions or shown via an LCD projector for large training groups.
Topics covered include: a brief overview of microorganisms and purpose of environmental monitoring programs; defining the important role and expectations of a technician; explanations of food and non-food contact surfaces and the ‘zone concept’; how to ensure the sterility of supplier; preventing cross-contamination of the sample or the plant; and good sample collection flow.
Contents include a presentation on CD containing video clips and digital pictures that demonstrate proper sampling steps and techniques. A comprehensive facilitator’s presentation guide is included as well as student workbooks and a quiz.
Phone: 02 9808 3735
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