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1The cleaning procedures for Operating Suites are broken into 2 groups. Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresIntroductionThe cleaning procedures for Operating Suites are broken into 2 groups.Between Cases: When a patient procedure is completed and another is scheduled to follow.End of Day: After all cases are completed, more comprehensive procedures are to be done.
2Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresSafety PrecautionsBloodborne PathogensIt is likely you will encounter visible blood or other bodily fluids in the operating room. Special cleaning procedures are required when blood or other bodily fluids are present.Blood or other bodily fluids may containdisease causing micro-organisms (pathogens)that can be transmitted to others that comein direct contact.Never pick up sharps such as discarded needles with your hands. Always use a mechanical device such as tongs to pick up the sharp and place in the appropriate container.
3Bloodborne Pathogen Safety Precautions Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresSafety PrecautionsBloodborne Pathogen Safety PrecautionsAlways assume blood or bodily fluid spillsare contaminated. The protective equipmentand attire you will be wearing in the O.R. isdesigned to protect you when dealing withblood or other bodily fluids.ALWAYS…………….use a two step cleaning process for1. Remove gross filth by wiping with a clothmoistened with Century Q.2. Wipe the cleaned surface with the Century Qsolution again so the surface is visibly wet andallow to air dry.Disposal of cleaning materials such as rags,sponges, paper toweling, absorbents, shouldbe into a red Bio-hazard bag.
4Getting Started….Gather your supplies Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresEquipment and SuppliesGetting Started….Gather your suppliesWiping ClothsMop Bucket with Century Q SolutionFloor MopsWall MopsHigh DusterBucket with Century Q SolutionSpray bottle, labeled, containing Century Q SolutionTrash Can Liners (standard, general waste)Bio-Hazard Bags (for hazardous materials)Wet Floor Signs
5You must have this safety equipment on Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresSafety Attire and EquipmentPut on your safety attire / equipment before entering the O.R.Scrubs: You will need to wear operating room attire which includes special pants, head cap,smock and shoe covers.Safety Glasses: Safety glasses with side shields are required when working in the operating room.Face Mask: You must wear a face mask when entering the operating room.Gloves: Gloves not only protect hands from cleaning chemical exposure, they also prevent contact with soils, contaminants and potentially harmful bacteria. Always wash hands before putting on gloves.You must have this safety equipment onbefore entering the operating room.
6Long fill hose For buckets Short fill hose For spray bottles Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresPreparing Cleaning SolutionCleaning and sanitation procedures for the operatingroom use a cleaner disinfectant calledThe product is dispensed through a special wallmounted dispenser called the Multi-Task Dispenser.#256 Century QTo activate the Multi-Task Dispenser, simply hold a spraybottle under the short fill hose and press the button. The bottle will be filled with properly Century Q.For mop buckets, place long fill hose into the bucket and pressthe button.Long fill hoseFor bucketsShort fill hoseFor spray bottles
7Red Description: Disinfectant Cleaner for use Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresCleaner / DisinfectantDescription: Disinfectant Cleaner for useon all operating room environmentalsurfaces.Color Code: Number: 256Where is it used: This product is used for alloperating room surfaces,How is it used properly: In most cases it is used as a “one step” cleaner/disinfectant. The surface is wiped so that it is visibly wet and allowed to air dry.When blood or other bodily fluids are visible, the process is “two step”. First, the gross filth is removed using the Century Q solution. Second, the surface is again wiped with the solution so that it is visibly wet and allowed to air dry.Safety Precautions in using and handling:Floor Safety: Post wet floor signs and restrict access if possible until floor is dry.Personal Safety: Wear required attire for operating room services.Red
8Before you get started…… Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresProceduresBefore you get started……Gather tools and equipment, only usetools and equipment designated for the O.R.Prepare cleaning solutions. Spray bottlesand mop buckets should be labeled.Wash hands thoroughly.Put on necessary safety equipment andclothing before entering the O.R.
9After each case and prior to additional cases the same day…… Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresBetween CasesAfter each case and prior to additional cases the same day……Pick Up General WasteRemove bags of waste and tie off bag. Clean inside and outside of container with Century Q solution.Pick up any sharpsUse tongs or other mechanical device to pick up any needles. Dispose of in sharps container.Infectious WasteRemove red bags of waste and tie off bag. Clean inside and outside of container with Century Q solution.Remove soiled linensRemove linen container for transport to laundry department. Clean inside and outside of linen containers with Century Q solution.
10Cleaning Strategy: Your cleaning efforts will be focused on the Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresBetween CasesCleaning Strategy: Your cleaning efforts will be focused on thesurgical field. The cleaning zone will be a perimeter extending 3-4 feetbeyond the surgical field.CeilingsOverhead Light FixturesOR TableSuction UnitsMovable Equipment and FurnishingsSpot Cleaning of Walls, CeilingsHigh Touch SurfacesFloors – Dust MopFloors – Wet MopCleaning ZoneSurgical Field
11You will be using Century Q 256, a detergent disinfectant Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresBetween CasesYou will be using Century Q 256, a detergent disinfectantsolution for all cleaning done in the operating roombetween cases.When NO visible blood or other bodily fluid is presenton the surface to be cleaned. simply wipe the surfacewith a clean cloth that is thoroughly moistened with theCentury Q 256 cleaning solution. The cleaned surfaceshould be visibly wet and allowed to air dry.When Blood or other bodily fluids are visible, thecleaning process becomes a two step process:1. Remove gross filth by wiping with a clothmoistened with Century Q.2. Wipe the cleaned surface with the Century Qsolution again so the surface is visibly wet andallow to air dry.Important: Look for gross filth that has landed outside the Cleaning Zone and clean accordingly. This may include blood on ceilings, walls and floors.
12When all cases are completed for the day….. Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresEnd of DayWhen all cases are completed for the day…..Pick Up General WasteRemove bags of waste and tie off bag. Clean inside and outside of container with Century Q solution.Pick up any sharpsUse tongs or other mechanical device to pick up any needles. Dispose of in sharps container.Infectious WasteRemove red bags of waste and tie off bag. Clean inside and outside of container with Century Q solution.Remove soiled linensRemove linen container for transport to laundry department. Clean inside and outside of linen containers with Century Q solution
13Cleaning Strategy – Top to Bottom: Always start your cleaning Multi-CleanOperating Room ProceduresEnd of DayCleaning Strategy – Top to Bottom: Always start your cleaningon the highest surface and work your way down. This makes surethat any contaminants that drop from the higher surfaces will bepicked up on the lower surfaces. Here is a checklist of items / surfacesto clean and the order in which they are done.CeilingsOverhead Light FixturesOR TableSuction UnitsMovable Equipment and FurnishingsWalls and wall fixturesCountertops and CabinetsFloors – Dust MopFloors – Wet MopRoom Entrance