To provide clean and dust free environment in laboratory.
This procedure is applicable to clean all areas of the laboratory.
3.1 Doing : Sweeper/Helper
3.2 Checking : Technical Assistant/Executive / Manager
Head of the Department
5.1 Clean all the reagent bottles & shelves with clean cotton cloth.
5.2 Clean all instruments with dry clean cotton cloth.
5.3 Clean the working tables with 10% detergent solution followed by water.
5.5 Remove any spot or stains with methanol. (Wear safety hand gloves while handling methanol)
5.6 Mop the floor with dilute phenyl solution and allow it to dry.
5.7 Clean the window panels, venetian blinds and doors with a clean cloth.
5.8 Clean the walls and ceiling with the help of nylon brush attached at the end of vacuum pipe of the vacuum cleaner, once in a week.
5.9 If any spots or stains remain on the wall clean the same with diluted soap solution.
5.10 Collect the accumulated dust into a dustbin and transfer it to the scarp area.
5.11 Frequency of cleaning: Every day except the ones specified.
6.1 % = Percentage
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