Lab Equipment Maintenance, Repair & Calibrations
This course is designed to provide delegates with a detailed and up-to-date overview of the systematic calibration and troubleshooting techniques of laboratory instruments in a safe manner.
Participants will be provided with knowledge and skills to identify different. types of samples, carryout proper sampling and handling and troubleshoot. in case of errors.
The course is intended for those who are willing to acquire knowledge on the proper techniques in calibrating lab instruments used at the laboratory.
The course links together an understanding of performance characteristics and limitations imposed by instrument design.
By Attending this course, you will be able to:
- Maintain and calibrate the major instruments used in
- Carryout sampling and sample handling in a correct manner
- Demonstrate proper procedures of troubleshooting in case of errors
- Explain the basic and meaning of calibrating each instrument
- Run the different types of samples associated with work
- Discuss safety concerns involved in calibrating and troubleshooting laboratory instruments
At the end of this course, the trainees will gain knowledge of maintenance. and calibration of lab equipment. Sampling techniques and safety concerns related to the laboratory.
5 Days (Three sessions per day, each lasting 1.5 hours, with Two breaks)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This course provides an overview of all significant aspects and considerations of laboratory instruments calibration and troubleshooting techniques for production chemists, laboratory staff and those who are using laboratory instruments. This includes chemists, scientists, analysts,
instrument engineers and laboratory technical staff.
This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies. as a percentage of the total tuition hours: –
- 60% Lectures
- 10% Workshops & Work Presentations
- 30% Videos, Software & Simulators
DAY (1 & 2):
- Calibration of Major Instruments Used in the Laboratory
- Sampling & Sample Handling
- Troubleshooting in Case of Errors
- Basic & Meaning of Calibrating Each Instrument
- Run Different Type of Samples Associated with Work
- Safety Concerns