Hello Debbie! Welcome to the Cove!
I can't remember if Class 7/8 are Class 100 (EU Grade A; or whatever).
I wished they would decide on one classification and stay with it.
Most of what I have seen has been fairly straightforward:
- No makeup
- No jewelry
- No one with a particular illness/disease (they should check with their supervisor.
- Assure all proper gowning materials are there. Include a provision of what to do/who to call if it is not there.
- If this is Class 100 (Grade B and such), then everything should be covered, nothing touching the floor, etc.
Gloves, crossing on clean side of bench, etc.
Now, you mention audit checklist. Are you going to be auditing a particular area, or are you putting it in a procedure?
If you are writing the procedure, I would start with standing in front of the gowning room, and write the steps up until you enter the clean area.
Now, if you have personnel already trained in the clean room areas, I would ask them to do the same thing (independent of what you're doing). A lot of times little things/little steps get missed. You end up having to revise the procedure several times in a short time frame.
Not sure it helps.