Contact- Contacting surfaces is an easy way to
transmit bacteria, viruses, yeast, and molds. If
touching any area within a cleanroom by
necessity, be sure that you evaluate what you may
have “picked-up” and transferred to another area.
For example, you may open a door knob or handle
and then touch a stopper on a vial that will in
theory contain a sterile product. A good practice is
to regularly and frequently disinfect your gloves
with sterile alcohol between processes. Even a
routine disinfection of gloves is appropriate.