Monday, 27 January 2014

Ensuring Contamination Control


Disinfectants used in hospitals and biopharmaceutical facilities should be selected with care, not least to show that they are compatible with the detergents used to clean, with the surfaces intended to be disinfected and with each other. In this exclusive extract from ‘The CDC Handbook: A Guide to Cleaning & Disinfecting Cleanrooms’, Dr Tim Sandle outlines the essential requirements for the validation of disinfectants, focusing upon European standards.

To view the article on-line, go to EMS

To read the full chapter and to read about types of disinfectants for surface, hand and air hygiene in the pharmaceutical and hospital setting please purchase Tim Sandle’s new book: The CDC Handbook: A Guide to Cleaning and Disinfecting Cleanrooms’, edited by Dr. Tim Sandle.



It is also available via other Amazon stores worldwide.

To see a list of the chapters, see Sandle Disinfection Book.

Posted by Tim Sandle