The ICEB is a non-profit organization that is open for ICCCS members.
ICCCS stands for International Confederation of Contamination Control Societies.
ICEB stands for International Cleanroom Education Board.
The goal of the ICEB is harmonizing and sharing cleanroom courses. The ICEB promotes the preparation and accreditation of internationally-recognized educational courses for people who design and test and monitor, operate, and work as operators in cleanrooms.
The ICEB accredits Cleanroom and Contamination courses that treat subjects according to the relevant ISO standards. Courses are accredited within an ‘Accreditation Guidelines’ set down by the ICEB. People attending courses will be certified by examination and each successful candidate is awarded a certificate with the ICEB logo, and has their name placed on the website.
A quality assurance system has been established to ensure a high standard of courses, and includes such requirements as:
More details of the accreditation guidelines can be downloaded here.
The ICEB member society is responsible to ensure the quality standard they described in the submission of an accredited course. 13 of the 17 ICCCS members are ICEB members. At the moment there are 5 basic and 17 advanced courses accredited from ASCCA, ASPEC, CCCS, ICS, KACA and VCCN.
The Board of the ICEB consists of a chairman, secretary and treasurer chosen for two or three (chairman only) years for a maximum of six years of preferably from different member societies. At the moment these are Da Qian Wang CCCS 2011, Koos Agricola VCCN 2010 and Laure Alloul-Marmor ASPEC 2007.
ICEB get income from yearly membership fee of €200 and a €10 for each candidate for an ICEB examination. Further several societies have given or promised a donation to get the ICEB started. Costs are made for the expenses for the writing of documents, the processing of the submissions, costs of meetings, administration and various other expenses. Societies are responsible for the costs to attend the ICEB meetings and the running of ICEB accredited courses and website with the name of the candidates to whom and when a certificate is issued.
A cleanroom or contamination control society can become a member of the ICEB when it is accepted as a member of the ICCCS. Only one society can represent a nation.
As a training body one can get ICEB accreditation through a national society that is a member of the ICEB.
The general meeting is held in the same location and week the ICCCS COD meeting takes place.
The present members are:
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