The membership of the society, has members active in the fields of
- Cleanroom design, construction and validation
- Cleanroom suppliers of contamination control materials or services used in the running of cleanrooms
- Cleanroom suppliers of equipment used in the construction of cleanrooms
- Pharmaceutical & medical devices
- University, research & publishing
The benefits you will receive from joining are as follows:
- Reduced rates at courses and conferences
- The opportunity to advertise your business on our site and LinkedIn pages at competitive rates
- Discounted prices for Standards and books
- Free visits to operational cleanrooms
- Representation on British, European and International cleanroom standards committees
- Direct access to the identity of professional experts in the field of contamination control
- Access to international experts in the field of contamination control through the Society’s role in the International Committee of Contamination Control Societies (ICCCS)
Corporate Membership covers up to four people and gives the additional benefits of:
- An entry on our internet site if you provide a service or product for contamination control
- An opportunity for enhanced advertising of your services and products on the website
- Society logo for corporate members to use on their stationery
The Society was formed in April 1986 to fulfil a need for an organisation which would provide a forum for those who shared a common interest in the provision of clean manufacturing and product cleanliness.
The objectives of S2C2 as laid down in its constitution are:
To advance the education of the public in matters relating to the practice and science of contamination control.
To assist in the development of contamination control for the benefit of the public, not only for the advancement of the education of the public but also for the furtherance of their health.
To assist in the standardisation of effective methods of contamination control.
In furtherance of the above objectives but not otherwise, the society, in collaboration with the relevant authorities (whether central or local government), industry, universities, technical colleges, schools, technical and professional associations and research institutions shall:
Organise symposia, seminars, exhibitions, lectures and other events for the dissemination of knowledge and experience gained in contamination control
Encourage instruction about the training in contamination control
Encourage research into all matters affecting contamination control
Participate, where appropriate, in the drawing up and monitoring of standards and guidelines about contamination control