The microbiology laboratory planning process first needs to consider the flexibility of a laboratory: each laboratory has enough space to place laboratory furniture and equipment. Separate spaces can also be arranged independently for their respective purposes, and module configurations should be changed without compromising the use of the relevant laboratory.
2, according to the needs to consider the planning economy: the laboratory must take into account the convenience of personnel operations, effective division of personnel work and configuration, thus avoiding the waste of space.
3, reasonable arrangement, scalability: the laboratory should be based on the addition of structural modules and reusable space, can carry out the necessary contraction and expansion without affecting the relevant experiments.
4. Laboratory safety: The regional configuration in the laboratory needs to be divided according to its potential risk level. The storage location of the smoke shield and acid and flammable materials and the space allocated for the biosafety bin will be placed in the higher risk zone ie at the back of the laboratory (away from the exit). A certain amount of space and adequate waste passages will be used to create a second layer of protection for the higher hazard belts. The low-risk areas of each laboratory will be used to arrange a variety of dry countertop activities such as writing desks, computers and instruments. Wet countertop activities are placed in the middle-risk area.
5, laboratory patency: laboratory walkways and entrances and exits will provide a simple channel of action and provide corresponding channels in line with relevant domestic norms.