If you run a laboratory, your cleanroom is arguably one of the most important rooms in the building. It is a controlled environment that filters out pollutants like dust, airborne microbes, and aerosol particles to provide the cleanest area possible. Without this, the production of certain products, like electronic devices, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment, would be compromised.
Given their importance, it’s vital to keep the cleanroom as clean as possible. Yes, the ever-filtering air does a good job of maintaining a certain level of basic sterility, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t still need manual maintenance. However, this isn’t a job that just anyone with a mop and spray bottle can do.
Whether your facilities are devoted to manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, or aerospace programs, they require a high standard of cleaning, cleanrooms included. To keep your facilities at peak operation, you need an expertly trained cleaning company. That’s where we come in.
When you hire S.J. Services for your commercial cleaning needs, you expect quality service. That’s why when we assign a team to your facilities, we ensure our cleaning teams are given advanced and specialty training for cleanrooms and BioTech facilities. By the time they walk through your lab’s doors, they will be fully trained to Federal and ISO Class Rating standards.
Quality Control & Equipment
You’re paying for quality, and our training regime ensures you will receive it. Naturally, the first step is making sure our teams have the specialized equipment and clothing necessary to work in the cleanrooms to avoid bringing in outside contaminants. However, true quality comes from understanding why things need to be cleaned, not just what and how.
Cleanroom teams are required to have a regulatory compliance list and quality control checklist as they work. They are taught to do their cleaning in a specific, designated order personalized to your needs. This keeps your ISO Class 1, Class 10, Class 100, and up cleanroom operating at peak performance.
Understanding of Technical Details
With how important cleanrooms are, it’s not enough for us to give our staff instructions on how to clean. No, it’s just as critical for them to understand not only the technical needs of the cleanroom, but how the classification works.
Through training, they’ll know that cleanrooms are classified according to the number and size of particles permitted per volume of air. The number that denotes a clean room such as Class 100 or Class 1000 indicates the number of particles of size 0.5 μm or larger permitted per cubic foot of air. By understanding the technical details of what cleanrooms are and how they work, they’ll be more efficient and effective cleaners.
We value the specialized needs of our clients and the importance of properly maintaining cleanrooms. Because of this, we put high standards on ourselves to ensure your facilities are kept pristine to properly do your work. Our advanced and specialized cleanroom training program is just one of these ways. If you’re looking for high-quality, expertly trained commercial cleaning staff for your laboratory, contact us today!