Clean Room Sanitation SOP

Clean Room Sanitization SOP

 

 

SAMPLE ONLY – DOES NOT APPLY TO ALL COMPANIES

 

CLEAN ROOM CLEANING & SANITIZING

 

Purpose:

The purpose of this procedure is to ensure the clean room is cleaned and sanitized properly after each production run or repackaging of loose, bulk, material.

 

Related Documents:

Clean Room – Cleaning Log

MSDS – Isopropyl Alcohol and Palmolive Oxy Plus

 

Procedure:

Upon completion of a production run or repackaging of loose material, the clean room must be cleaned and sanitized according to the following procedure:

  1. Room should be clear of all loose material.
  2. All cleaning solutions and equipment should be in the clean room prior to beginning the cleaning and sanitizing of the clean room.
  3. Operator must put on lab jacket, shoe covers, hairnet, facemask, and gloves prior to beginning the cleaning and sanitizing of the Clean Room.
    1. Operator is not allowed to exit (unless due to an emergency situation) until the cleaning/sanitizing procedure is complete.
    2. NO ONE is allowed to enter the Clean Room while the procedure is being completed.
  4. All measuring utensils/bowls must be placed in right “Holding Basin” of the stainless sink.
  5. Rinse utensils/bowls.
  6. Place stopper in the drain of the Holding Basin.
  7. Measure and pour in one tablespoon of Palmolive Oxy Plus Dishwashing Liquid.
  8. Fill Holding Basin with HOT water to the “fill” line.
  9. Allow utensils/bowls to soak while proceeding to the next step.
  10. Use a dry microfiber mop head to dust the walls and floor.
  11. Rinse left “Rinsing Basin” to ensure no loose material has settled in the sink.
  12. Place the stopper in the drain of the Rinsing Basin.
  13. Measure and pour in one tablespoon of Palmolive Oxy Plus Dishwashing Liquid.
  14. Fill Rinsing Basin with HOT water to the “fill” line.
  15. Saturate a clean washcloth in the Rinsing Basin.
  16. Wash down the stainless steel packing table.
  17. Replace the mop head with a CLEAN one.
  18. Saturate mop head in the Rinsing Basin.
  19. Begin mopping the walls using a series of parallel overlapping strokes with an approximate one quarter inch overlap.
  20. CIRCULAR motion should never be used.
  21. The direction of the cleaning should be towards operator (from top to bottom, from back to front).
  • Only one application of the detergent should be applied to avoid over-concentration.
  1. Cleaning should begin with the visually cleanest area first and towards the dirtiest area last.
  2. Clean floors using the same techniques outlined in previous step.
  3. Remove stopper from the drain of the Rinsing Basin and allow the sink to drain.
  4. Remove the mop head, wring out in the Rinsing Basin and place in the laundry basket to be cleaned and sanitized.
  5. Rinse the Rinsing Basin from top to bottom.
  6. Place stopper in the drain of the Rinsing Basin.
  7. Fill Rinsing Basin with lukewarm water to “fill” line.
  8. Replace the mop head with a CLEAN one.
  9. Saturate mop head in the Rinsing Basin.
  10. Begin mopping the walls using a series of parallel overlapping strokes with an approximate one quarter inch overlap.
  11. CIRCULAR motion should never be used.
  12. The direction of the cleaning should be towards operator (from top to bottom, from back to front).
  13. Mop floors using the same techniques outlined in previous step.
  14. Remove stopper from the drain of the Rinsing Basin and allow the sink to drain.
  15. Remove the mop head, wring out in the Rinsing Basin and place in the laundry basket to be cleaned and sanitized.
  16. Rinse the Rinsing Basin from top to bottom.
  17. Remove stopper from the drain of the Holding Basin.
  18. Allow water to drain.
  19. Allow warm water to run over the Rinsing Basin.
  20. Using a clean washcloth, wash the utensils/bowls in the Rinsing Basin.
  21. Thoroughly rinse utensils/bowls after washing them.
  22. Place utensils/bowls on drying rack.
  23. Rinse the Rinsing Basin from top to bottom.
  24. Place stopper in drain of Holding Basin.
  25. Fill Holding Basin with Isopropyl Alcohol to the “IA” line.
  26. Place utensils/bowls back into the Holding Basin.
  27. Using a clean washcloth, pour Isopropyl Alcohol over the drying rack, Rinsing Basin, and the stainless steel packing table then wipe down.
  28. Allow the drying rack, Rinsing Basin and the stainless steel packing table to completely dry. (These are sanitized)
  29. Using a clean washcloth, wash the utensils/bowls with the Isopropyl Alcohol.
  30. Place utensils/bowls on the drying rack. (These are sanitized)
  31. Check the amount of Isopropyl Alcohol in the Holding Basin.
  32. If below “IA” line, refill.
  33. Replace the mop head with a CLEAN one.
  34. Saturate mop head in the Holding Basin.
  35. Begin mopping the walls using a series of parallel overlapping strokes with an approximate one quarter inch overlap. (These are sanitized)
  36. CIRCULAR motion should never be used.
  37. The direction of the cleaning should be towards operator (from top to bottom, from back to front).
  38. Mop floors using the same techniques outlined in previous step. (These are sanitized)
  39. Remove stopper from the drain of the Rinsing Basin and allow the sink to drain.
  40. Remove the mop head, wring out in the Holding Basin and place in the laundry basket to be cleaned and sanitized.
  41. Rinse the Holding Basin from top to bottom.
  42. Pour Isopropyl Alcohol over the Holding Basin and wipe down. (This is sanitized)
  43. Place all cleaning solutions and equipment by the exit.
  44. Exit the clean room before removing lab jacket, shoe covers, hairnet, facemask, and gloves.
  45. Remove all cleaning solutions and equipment from the Clean Room.
  46. Shut the Clean Room door.
  47. Update the Clean Room – Cleaning Log.

 

SAMPLE ONLY – DOES NOT APPLY TO ALL COMPANIES