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SOP for Cleaning and Sanitization of Drain Point.

  • Objective:
  • To lay down a procedure for cleaning and sanitization of drain point.
  • Scope:
  • This SOP is applicable for cleaning and sanitization of drain point.
  • Responsibility:
  • Production Officers / Executive shall be responsible for follow the procedure mentioned in this SOP.
  • Accountability:
  • Production Head and QA head shall be accountable for compliance of SOP.
  • Abbreviations
  • SOP : Standard Operating Procedure.
  • Ltr.:Liter
  • WFI : Water for Injection
  • Procedure:
  • Note: the disinfectant used as per the rotation cycle for cleaning and sanitization of the area shall be used for the drain
  • Cleaning and sanitization of drain:
  • The drain covering mesh shall be cleaned by wire brush.
  • If water clogging takes place, the mesh shall be opened and the drains are cleaned by wire brush.
  • Drain the disinfectant solution daily through each drain point (approximately 1Ltr. / drain).
  • Close the drain by the mesh & cover.
  • Record the details of cleaning and sanitization of drain in Annexure -1 and get checked by concerned supervisor / officer.

Annexure-1

Cleaning and sanitization of drain point

Disinfectant solution used …………………..                                            Date: ……………………

Sr. Location of drain Cleaning Done by Sanitization Done by Checked By Remarks
1. Garment washing room.

(Drain Point – I)

2. Vial washing & sterilization room (Drain point – II)
3. Bung Processor cum steam sterilizer (Drain point – III)
4. Equipment washing & sterilization (Drain Point – IV)
5. In-process quality control room (Drain point – V)
  • Distribution
  • Master copy –  Quality Assurance
  • Controlled copies- Quality Assurance, Production, Quality Control
  • History
    Date Revision Number
    Reason for Revision
    00 New SOP

 

 

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