Disinfecting and sanitizing is at the top of the list for any thorough cleaning job. With biopharmaceutical facilities, it’s extra important. And, like any good cleaning, you are going to want to tackle all the general areas as well. From restrooms and entryways, you will also want to consider the main hallways, and waiting and eating spaces. In a facility that requires a high level of sanitizing, keeping all areas in your building clean will only help keep the entire facility clean as well. While a biopharma facility is a facility of research with much of the daily cleaning routine likely focused on the laboratory and clean room areas, a thorough cleaning addresses all areas of your building. And, that starts with the wet cleaning first like toilets and sinks. From here you, can move on to dusting and polishing surfaces like glass and chrome.

Cleaning for your Biopharmaceutical Business

Floors in your BioPharma Facility

After you’ve cleaned these general areas, you’ll be moving on to cleaning up the floors. You probably have mostly vinyl or tiled surfaces. These will need a good cleaning on a regular basis, making sure to tackle any spills, crumbs or grease as soon as they appear. And a full sweeping and mopping while making sure to get in close to tight corners should be done on a daily schedule. Keeping these floors extra clean will prevent tracking any unwanted particles into areas of your biopharmaceutical facility where they shouldn’t be.

Disinfecting and Sterilizing

Disinfecting and sterilizing are actually two different types of cleaning. One eliminates bacteria and the other will address other microorganisms. Both are equally important to your cleaning practices for superb cleanliness and safety around your delicate operations and to avoid any sort of contamination.

It’s important to maintain highly clean conditions and practices with both types of cleaning techniques in a biopharmaceutical facility. Top of the list with disinfecting and sterilizing are cleaning procedures that remove grease and residues as well as kill germs. When you want your facility to be immaculate, you want to make sure you touch on all areas.

Different Chemicals

Specific types of cleaning agents should be stocked and used for cleaning a biopharma facility. They should always be easy to get to when needed. The easier the supplies are to use, the more likely that they will be used. It can be helpful to keep a variety of these items around your facility. If it is cumbersome to the work environments to have cleaning supplies in a variety of areas, consider having a cleaning station in a number of places throughout the building. Again, these practices will encourage proper cleaning and help to ensure the biopharmaceutical facility stays looking its best. And, most importantly, it will help keep your work facility as clean as it can be. 

Consider Hiring Help

An easier way to help keep your biopharmaceutical facility looking its best throughout the month is to hire a professional cleaning team to come and do the work. The cleaning staff should be educated on any special sanitizing needs, procedures, and requirements that are involved with having a presence in your biopharmaceutical facility.

We at Clean Method provide this type of professional cleaning service. Click here to learn more about our cleaning services for your biopharmaceutical facility cleaning needs. Our professional cleaning staff is bonded, insured and maintains OSHA compliance. We would be happy to clean for you. Please contact us online or call us at 571.451.0441 for answers to your questions and to schedule your janitorial cleaning appointment today!

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