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TEMPERATURE MONITORING

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The Core Element of Cold Chain Management

Temperature control management is a requirement of many businesses for a wide variety of products and services including the logistics industry, FMCG manufacturing industry, supply chain management, healthcare, research facilities, and server provider. Imagine the situation when your freezer and HVAC system stopped working and you didn't have any temperature/ humidity sensors at your remote sites. You had absolutely no idea that the temperature was rising until it was too little too late. That is the main reason why temperature monitoring revolves around using technology to prevent the loss of all your drugs and sensitive products, together with maintaining temperature integrity along a cold chain.

IoT Technology for Temperature Monitoring in Industry

The advancement of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in temperature monitoring has grown so rapidly that it has already eclipsed conventional technology systems in terms of features and functionalities. The benefits of a remote temperature monitoring solution are incalculable to industries where temperature plays a crucial role in defining the quality of the products and services.

Temperature Monitoring for COVID-19 Vaccine Storage for PPV

Recent promising news regarding COVID-19 vaccine development has given the world a glimmer of hope in the fight against the pandemic. With officials announcing that they expect to begin distributing a vaccine in early 2021, the logistics of delivery & storage will be as critical as the pharmacology itself.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Managing Supply Chain & Storage Risk

The advancement of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in temperature monitoring has grown so rapidly that it has already eclipsed conventional technology systems in terms of features and functionalities. The benefits of a remote temperature monitoring solution are incalculable to industries where temperature plays a crucial role in defining the quality of the products and services.

Advancements in Wireless Temperature Monitoring

Temperature is certainly among the most commonly measured parameters in industry, science, and academia. Recently, the growth of wireless instrumentation technology, along with some clever innovations, has provided new ways to apply temperature measurement sensors combined with personal computers to collect, tabulate, and analyze the data obtained.

Temperature Monitoring for Glove Manufacturing

Given natural rubber’s physical limitations, the process of vulcanization is used to enhance its resistance, elasticity, and durability. However, failing to carefully regulate the temperature of the drying process will result in the soft coagulated rubber becoming blistered or porous. 

MICROBIOLOGY & FOOD SAFETY

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Sanitation & Environmental Monitoring

This webinar is organized by FC-BIOS in collaboration with SGS Malaysia, the world's leading inspection, verification, testing, and certification company. The aim of this webinar is to provide an introduction and guidelines to FSSC 22000 as the next step for all companies that are already ISO 22000 certified, who intend to update their certification and thus obtain international recognition for food safety.

Allergen Management & Risk Assessment in Food & Beverage Industry

Allergenic foods are a serious safety risk. While harmless to most of the consumer population, they are harmful and even life-threatening to some, causing serious medical reactions, such as anaphylactic shock, when foods with the allergenic protein are consumed. Scientific research and legislation have helped us understand a great deal about managing these food allergens in manufacturing. Yet so much more needs to be done in making these risks safer for the growing allergic population. In 2013, the CDC reported that food allergies among children increased by half from 1997 to 2011. As these numbers continue to rise for children and adults alike, what are the best practices for food manufacturers to include in managing food allergens? In this webinar, we have invited speakers with years of experience in food safety and allergen to provide you in-depth knowledge about allergen management in the food industry.

Halal Industry Awareness

The concept of halal products or foods is gaining traction around the world as an alternative standard for ensuring the safety, hygiene, and quality of what we consume and drink on regular basis. Due to this, the halal concept has created awareness to both consumers and suppliers to use or supply the good according to the Halalan Thoyyibban principle. The implementation of a scientific approach and validation in product manufacturing toward halal standards helps to ensure the integrity of halal products and services through strict compliance with Syariah requirements.

Mycotoxins in Food & Feed Industries

The risk of contamination by mycotoxins is an important food safety concern. Mycotoxins are toxic by-products of mold infestations that can find their way into the human food chain in a variety of ways and are present in many different foods and animal feed products. These mycotoxins contamination can give a huge impact on animal productivity, and human health including fatal acute illness, and are associated with increased cancer risk. As the disease outbreaks due to the consumption of mycotoxin contaminated foods and feedstuffs are a recurring problem worldwide, what are the best approaches to control mycotoxins contamination in food and feed?

LIFE SCIENCE & CELL CULTURE

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Next Generation Biobanking & Cryopreservation

Today's cryopreservation processes and cryopreserved products are found at the forefront of research in the areas of discovery science, stem cell research, diagnostic development, and personalized medicine. As the utilization of cryopreserved cells continues to increase, the demands placed on the biobanking industry are increasing and evolving at an accelerated rate. Researchers are now requiring samples where not only is there high cell recovery but that the product recovered is physiologically and biochemically identical to its pre-freeze state at the genomic, proteomic, structural, functional, and reproductive levels. Given this, biobanks are now facing the challenge of adapting strategies and protocols to address these needs moving forward.

LABORATORY EQUIPMENT & INSTRUMENT

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Maintenance of Autoclave & Biological Indicators

This online training was developed by our technical support team with the aim to provide users and maintenance staff with sufficient skills and knowledge to safely operate and maintain the equipment. Includes autoclave best practice, preventive maintenance, autoclave indicator (biological & chemical), and more!

Centrifuge Maintenance and Safety Measure

Centrifugation is a method of separating molecules having different densities by spinning them in solution around an axis (in a centrifuge rotor) at high speed. It is one of the most useful and frequently employed techniques in various laboratory for different purposes. This webinar is develop with the aims to provide fundamental guide for the users and maintenance staff with sufficient skills and knowledge to safely operate and maintain the equipment. Includes centrifuge selection guides, preventive maintenance, biosafety parameter, and more!

Fundamentals of EO & Steam Sterilization

The use of steam for sterilization is fairly widespread due to it versatility; however, steam is seldom used as a sterilization method by the medical industry. Ethylene Oxide (EtO) sterilization is mainly used to sterilize medical and pharmaceutical products that cannot support conventional high temperature steam sterilization. Both ethylene oxide and steam sterilization have different principal mechanism but serves the same purpose which is to kill microorganisms. A good understanding of basic steam and Ethylene Oxide (EtO) sterilization principles and cycles is necessary to avoid mistakes that can lead to non-sterile load items, poor performance of the equipment, personnel injury, lower productivity, higher operation and maintenance costs, and damage to load items.