SOP For cleaning of sterile area microbiology lab is described in this post which you can follow in the section of the microbiological lab. 

Objective:

This procedure has been established for cleaning of sterile area microbiology lab.

Scope:

This procedure is applicable to all microbiology lab.

Responsibility:                                

Microbiologist.

Microbiology lab attendant                                

Accountability:

Quality Control Manager. 

Procedure:  

Commonly used disinfectants for cleaning:

Disinfectant used for cleaning of Microbiology lab

Disinfectant Name

Concentration

Category

IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol)

70%

A

Phenol

5%

A

2.5%

B

H2O2

7%

A

3%

B

Gluteraldehyde

3.5%

A

Combination Disinfectants Category “C”

Disinfectant Name

Concentration

Ratio

IPA+Phenol

70%+2.5%

1:1

IPA+ H2O2

70%+3%

1:1

Phenol+ H2O2

2.5%+3%

1:1


Start the cleaning process from Sterility room moving forward towards change rooms.

Always wipe and mop the surface in "S" shaped unidirectional form.

Freshly prepared disinfectant solutions must be used. 

Always use distilled water if not available then purified water for preparing disinfectant solutions.

For moping surfaces always use sterilized lint free dusters.

Alternatively change disinfectant solution used for cleaning of sterile area microbiology lab on daily basis.

Record the preparation of disinfectant and cleaning of sterile area microbiology lab in their respective logbooks.

Frequency: Once in a day. at operational state and once in a week at rest.