We deliver microbial quality control checks to help you maintain hygiene and stay compliant.
WHAT IS HYGIENE AUDIT SUPPORT?
BioLabTests offer hygiene audit support such as regular sampling and analysis to ensure you are meeting your requirements and are in the best possible position to pass hygiene-based and GMP audits.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Any organisation that is audited by an internal or external body with a specific responsibility to maintain hygiene. Organisations who need an outside opinion or require microbial quality control checks as part of a quality management system.
WHAT DOES IT INVOLVE?
Our team of experienced microbiologists can discuss your requirements before testing and then undertake pre-agreed testing procedures. You will be provided with a comprehensive, confidential report highlighting the findings.
WHAT WILL IT ACHIEVE?
BioLabTests will help you identify any potential hygiene issues caused by microbial contamination, enabling you to take corrective action where appropriate. It also allows long-term monitoring of areas which could cause issues to enable you to take preventative or fast action to stop major non-compliances.
We used BioLabTests’ services for the first time to prove efficacy of our cleaning and sanitising agents through swab testing. The team were friendly, knowledgeable and professional. We were very pleased with the prompt, polite and efficient service we received.
Ryan Garratt, Quality Administrator at Georganics Ltd
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