As safety and cleanliness is crucial for your controlled environment, it’s crucial to understand the manufacturing process of the garments your staff are wearing. It is important to ensure that the garments your staff are wearing do not introduce unknown particles into the environment and therefore contaminate the cleanroom.

Cross contamination is a common and preventable cause for people who experience food-borne illnesses. Taking preventative measures such as ensuring cleanroom garments are worn is imperative for industries which handle food.

Critical environments, are areas that must have certain parameters controlled. It is crucial in choosing the right personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect the surrounding environment and research you’re conducting.

Clean Room Garments are the market leaders in supplying contamination and infection control solutions, we have a range of chemosafety products that have been tested against cytotoxic drugs to ensure maximum safety for the wearer.

Usually in quarantine, individuals are not allowed to come in close contact with others to restrict the spread of the virus. But what if they need to be medically assessed? How can medical personnel protect themselves while still being able to do their job?

Cleanrooms are designed to stay sanitary and free of contaminants (such as dust or microorganisms), often using complex air-flow systems and precautionary measures. Let’s take a look at the most important ways to prevent cleanroom contamination

As leaders in infection and contamination control, we can supply products that meet the requirements published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization.

As the publication for the revised Annex 1 of the GMP guidelines is fast approaching, the new guidelines add a requirement for sterile eyewear and garment change at least every work session.

The revised Annex 1 of the GMP guidelines is close to publication.
Read more to learn about the key areas affected by the new Annex 1 requirements.

Both Annex 1 and Eudralex Annex 15 require that a cleaning process should be validated to ensure the removal of residues and any subsequent consequences from them.