Cost of education:
225 Euro (pre-sale until 06.12.2022) + 45 Euro for each next participant;
250 Euro (from 06.12.2022) + 50 Euro for each next participant
The online seminar with practical examples is intended for laboratory staff and department heads. It will help to critically review the fundamentals of working in the laboratory from sample preparation to intralaboratory quality control.
Your employees will learn the basics of proper handling of volumetric glassware – from analytical operations to washing. After all, improper handling of volumetric utensils leads to incorrect analysis results. You will find out why some experts are wrong when they say that it is impossible to dry the measuring utensils at a high temperature. You will also learn about the risks of incompletely dried measuring utensils.
The basis of the basics is working with analytical balances. Despite the seemingly simplicity of this analytical equipment, it is often ready to provide the next surprises. How to properly handle the scales, how to calibrate them correctly in daily work – these are just some of the key points.
And, of course, such a popular action as verification. On a practical example, an example of verification will be considered with subsequent conclusions. A lot of other additional information is also waiting for you.
The seminar will be useful for workers in the pharmaceutical industry, employees of testing laboratories for food quality control and other related industries.
In a programme:
1. Requirement for laboratory personnel according to the current version of ISO 17025.
2. Intralaboratory quality control. Algorithms for operational control of the measurement procedure.
3. Testing of volumetric utensils, washing of volumetric utensils – features of the choice of reagents. Working with measuring utensils.
4. Analytical balances in the laboratory – organization of correct operation and maintenance.
5. Working solutions for titration – preparation, determination of concentration and storage.
6. Verification of analytical methods – methodology.