In Asia there is. Do we also need it here?
When European service technicians carry out installations in clean rooms in Asia, they make a hitherto unknown experience in our countries: a strict control by specially trained employees whether the rules of conduct applicable in the company are actually observed.
This “cleanroom police” rigorously intervenes in the event of violations. Not only for external employees, but also for their own employees in the clean room. The sanctions range from warnings and reprimands to fines and house bans. It may also happen that contractors are sent home at their own expense in the case of repeated violations.
Would something like this also be conceivable in Europe? Or would it not quickly push us to the limits of our mentalities? At least the principle of this strict control and harsh punishment works very well in Asia. In our culture, we are better placed to generate positive behavior in the cleanroom with intrinsic motivation. So education, training and persuasion are the means of the right choice. And this is exactly how the concept of our “Certified Cleanroom Manager” course is described. 4 days of time for the intensive training course make managers fit to guide teams and employees precisely in the clean room and to motivate them to the right behaviour: The path is the goal here. Details under: www.cleanroomfuture.com