We offer a wide range of consulting services to meet all of your cryogenic needs and help your business mitigate the risk of specimen loss, tank failure, cryo-accident, and legal liability. If you are looking to evaluate your facility, IVFCRYO can help.
Facility Design or Re-design
Whether you are running out of space, or find the current set up inefficient or unworkable, we can help you with designing your brand new cryogenic storage facility, or re-design your current operation for employee safety, specimen safety and operational efficiency. From consulting and reviewing your plans, to providing with CAD drawings, all the way to providing you a turnkey project, we can help.
For full facility project management and design, please see our Facility Design Section.
A complete review of your reproductive tissue storage operation consisting of a 300+ point inspection overseeing elements of the physical layout, equipment, policies and procedures, organizational structure, interviews with all performing employees, as well management with executive responsibility. Final deliverable: an extensive and detailed written report, with pictures, gap analysis, recommended improvement plan.
A desktop review of policies and procedures, organizational structure, followed by a visit to review physical layout and equipment, an interview with the person in charge of the tissue storage operations.
Follow Up Assessment
A follow-up visit, after 3, 6, or 12 months, reviewing all issues from the original full assessment, and a standard assessment of all tissue storage operations. Deliverable: a detailed written report, with pictures, update on gap analysis, and an assessment of progress with an improvement plan.
A traditional internal audit reviewing compliance with policies and procedures.
Policies & Procedures Development
Based on recommendations from the Full Assessment, we can help management and staff to develop new policies and procedures, and modify existing ones.
Policy & Procedure Templates
If your resources allow, we can provide you with a set of policies and procedures that provide you with the necessary structure and language to cover all basic best practice requirements.