COVID-19 has caused many of our customers to focus more on proper decontamination, disinfection, and sterilization methods. And while chemical vapor sterilization is advantageous because it does not rust, dull, or corrode dry metal instruments, it also introduces the potential for leaks and workplace exposure issues.
So, what's the best way to effectively monitor chemical sterilants to ensure they're working without endangering your employees?
ChemDAQ's Richard Warburton, Ph.D, walks our customers through a case for monitoring low temperature and liquid chemical sterilants, and how real-time measurement of chemical vapors can help you address exposure concerns.
This 60-minute session:
Recorded Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at RAECO Rents
About the speaker: Richard Warburton, Ph.D., has more than 30 years’ experience in the design and manufacture of gas sensors and monitors. He has been inventor or co-inventor on more than 20 patents related to gas sensors and gas detection and has published several articles on gas detection and occupational safety. Dr. Warburton has been actively involved in standards development for the last 15 years with ISA, CSA, and AAMI, with an emphasis on workplace safety from both the technical and legal perspectives.
He holds a doctorate degree in chemistry from the University of Southampton, UK with a focus on electrochemical gas sensors, a JD from Duquesne University’s School of Law, and is a member of the Pennsylvania bar.
We thank Dr. Warburton for sharing his time and his technical and legal expertise with our customers.