Environmental Monitoring: Considerations for Process Implementation and Ongoing Monitoring
Recorded On: 05/17/2017
During this webinar presentation, attendees hear from speakers on the topic of environmental monitoring. Staff from the Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio share their experience with setting up a clean room and the process the organization went through in regards to validation and environmental monitoring and discussed the challenges they faced and the lessons that were learned. Scott Carlisle then discusses ongoing monitoring and presents recommendations regarding ongoing environmental monitoring of the processing space, ongoing temperature monitoring of refrigerators, and maintenance of the processing space.
Length of Recording: 1 Hour
Andrew Officer, CEBT
Technical Director, Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio
Andrew Officer is the Technical Director at Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio and started in eye banking 9 years ago while pursuing his masters at Wright State University. Andrew is currently a member of the EBAA’s scientific programs and research committees.
Darrell Lee, CEBT
Laboratory & Processing Manager, Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio
Darrell Lee is a Laboratory & Processing Manager for Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio. He has worked for the eye bank for over 13 years, initially starting off as an eye tissue recovery technician. Darrell’s has BS in Chemistry and is a CEBT. Along with being a tissue coordinator, he is responsible for the processing of corneal tissue at LEBWCO.
Quality Assurance Director, CorneaGen
Scott Carlisle is the QA/Device Director for SightLife Surgical. In this capacity he has overall responsibility for the quality management system and regulatory affairs for the tissue processing and medical device operations of the company. Scott also directs the manufacturing and inventory management for all the medical devices produced and distributed by SightLIfe Surgical. Scott joined the SightLife Surgical in 2010. During his 30-year career, Scott has worked in a variety of quality management positions for large multi-national medical device companies. Scott received his B.S. in Biology from Wheaton College in Wheaton Illinois. He is an ASQ certified quality engineer, ASQ certified quality auditor, and is certified as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.