µBioFree®. Protocol per a control de càrrega microbiològica en establiments
What is it?
The μBioFree ® protocol for the control of microbiological loading in establishments has been developed in response to customer demand and the market for a guarantee protocol that allows evidence of control over their microbiological load (viruses, bacteria, fungi, etc. in any type of establishment and / or activity).
Objective of the Protocol
AThis development aims to give confidence, in the face of social reluctance to infections and contagions with the aim that any activity can offer a guarantee to its customers, users, visits, staff, public administration, etc. and finally, thanks to the trust and security generated before third parties, continue with the normal development of their activity.
Who is it for?
The protocol is aimed at all kinds of spaces with an influx of people who need a protocol to give the necessary confidence to carry out activities as normally as possible: Hotel establishments, shopping centers, restaurants and leisure, commercial establishments, educational centers, Offices / Coworkings, logistics and transport centers, among many others.
Principles of the protocol
• Principle 1. Hazard Analysis.
• Principle 2. Determination of Risk.
• Principle 3. Plans / control measures.
• Principle 4. Surveillance System. Control / testing.
• Principle 5 Preventive and corrective measures.
• Principle 6. Verification procedures.
• Principle 7. Documentation and records of microbiological control.
1. Leadership: The business management must be the main interested party and committed to the microbiological safety of their businesses or establishments.
2. Risk Analysis and control measures: Determination of hazards, evaluation of risks, as well as control points / measures.
3. Action and operation plans: these establishments must have control plans for facilities and spaces, as well as Organizational control plans.
4. Monitoring of results.. Follow-up must be continuous for the protocol to be effective.
The Protocol is approached from two perspectives:
• Resilience of buildings against epidemics, pandemics or contagions. We consider here those architectural and spatial measures: materials, design of the building and its space, occupation and measurements, air quality, open spaces in the workplace for sports and vitamin D (terraces), etc.
• Hygienic measures for use: entrance to buildings, access control to the building, use of stairs, elevators, toilets, common areas. Contactless concept
• Reaction to pandemic situations. Management and communication processes defined in unforeseen situations
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points:
• Cleaning measures: disinfection companies, protocols certified regularly according to specialized studies
• Hygienic-sanitary measures: Food handling, competencies and staff awareness; handling common utensils or equipment and cleaning habits under certified protocols
• Maintenance and cleaning: filters, materials, change of utensils, etc.
• Habits of use, extra measures to implement good practices: training of personnel, warnings, information on use, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Links and Guides of Interest
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Standards of interest
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