Motion- All behaviors in cleanroom environments should be performed at a moderately slow pace. Quick movements in the cleanroom or any sterile area stir up the particle counts where they can be easily detected and frequently out-of-specification. Slow, deliberate movements are always best to avoid the turbulence that is created that will stir up particles. Scratching oneself through the cleanroom garments, running, jumping, and even handshakes, are all forbidden practices. It goes without saying that eating, drinking, or smoking is also forbidden.