Keeping cleanroom contamination under control
Once a cleanroom is in use, routine cleaning needs to be conducted as part of general facility maintenance.
Regular cleaning controls particulates and bacteria generated from room operation.
Vacuuming with HEPA-filtered vacuums or ducted systems will remove gross particulates.
Damp-wiping with the correct cleanroom wipers and mops removes particulates down to the micron level. In sterile cleanrooms, applying the appropriate disinfectant or biocide will reduce bioburden to acceptable levels. In addition to using all the correct equipment and cleaning agents, site cleanliness relies on the calibre, training and procedures of the cleaning team.
Together, Vibraclean gmpcleaning.ca and the customer review the cleaning regimen (daily, weekly and monthly) as well as documentation and validation requirements. Vibraclean gmpcleaning.ca provides a cleanroom-trained team of primary cleaners and has a second trained team who all undergo further on-site training covering your SOPs. Vibraclean gmpcleaning.ca understands the importance of change control and will not substitute cleaning and disinfecting agents or change SOPs. Any SOP change you change automatically results in the Vibraclean gmpcleaning.ca staff assigned to your site being retrained. Routine cleanroom cleaning targets all surfaces that could be contaminated from production or research work to remove impurities and disinfect where required.