New Laboratory/Cleanroom Cleaning and Disinfection/Sterilisation:

Laurinex.Cleaning can provide trained personnel to clean and decontaminate laboratories as part of the builders handover requirements.

As each facility or room within a facility are different with different cleanliness or hygiene requirements, Laurinex.Cleaning is able to assist with consulting and service provision.

Not all laboratories are used for the same application and therefore intimate knowledge of both Biological, Chemical, Radioactive and Physical requirements is imperative to ensure the correct procedures for cleaning and decontamination.

Decontamination of your laboratories should be undertaken when systems are new builds, being modified, relocated or disposed of. Australian & New Zealand Standards AS/NZS 2982 Laboratory Design states that people working on or in the laboratory should be made aware of the hazards and any decontamination procedure.

The main issue with engaging standard cleaning companies is that they do not have an intimate working knowledge of the cleaning and decontamination requirements for controlled environments. Laurinex.Cleaning have vast knowledge and experience when it comes to these requirements. Whether it is GMP requirements for the Pharmaceutical and Cleanroom industry, Department of Health requirements for Healthcare requirements for Animal and High Containment Facilities, Laurinex.Cleaning is able to assist.

This is why it is important to have your laboratory, HVAC and equipment properly decontaminated prior to any changes or works being done to ensure appropriate safe access or disposal.

Laboratory and Facility Managers have a Duty of Care to make sure that laboratories are decontaminated properly and that the appropriate pre and post decontamination tests are completed by an Occupational Hygienist. Laurinex.Cleaning is able to provide both decontamination services and Occupational Hygiene Testing/Clearance Certificates.


Call Today on: 1300 528 746 to discuss your hygiene requirements further.

Photos taken at SAHMRI Preclinical, Imaging and Research Laboratories, Gilles Plains, South Australia