Audit

Hard floors including lift cars
NOTE: in the context of this audit/schedule, hard floors include terrazzo, I oleum, PVC and thermoplastic, marble, limestone, tile etc. all hard floors to be maintained in accordance with manufacturers instructions.

Swept or mop swept floors to be all free of dust and litter. No build up of dust and soilage at edges, under furniture or in corners to be permitted.

Damp or wet mopped floors to be free of all scuff marks and soilage adhering to the floor.

Carpets

Vacuumed carpets to be free of surface litter and debris. No build up of dust, fluff or similar spoilage to be permitted at edges, under furniture or in corners.

All stains to be removed as they arise by spotting.

No static charge shall be allowed to build up on any carpet.

Deep clean of all carpets biannually in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

Deep clean walkways biannually in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

Entrance / Barrier Mats

Entrance / barrier mats to be cleaned so as to provide an effective barrier to the ingress of soil and water by re,oping as far as possible accumulations of soilage within the mat.

Wells, were provided, after cleaning to be free of all accumulation of litter, debris and soilage in general. Tiled frontages to be wet mopped.

Stairs

Stairs and intermediate landing to be maintained so as to be free of dust, debris, streaks, smears, fluff and any other spoilage. Particular attention to be given to edges, corners, strings and risers to ensure no accumulation or build up of soilage occurs.

Banister rails and balustrades, including side panels, to be free of dust after dusting.

Spot cleaning and damp wiping to remove all stains, marks, streaks, smears, finger marks or other soilage.

Lifts

Runners to be kept free of accumulation of grit, debris and other materials interfering with the operation of the lift doors.

Control panels and surfaces to be cleaned and polished so as to be free of finger marks, smears, streaks and other soilage.

Walls, doors and skirtings etc

All surfaces to be free of dust and smears after dusting.

All finger marks, smears, stains and general soilage to be removed during cleaning by spot cleaning, damp wiping or washing as appropriate, to leave surfaces clean, dry and smear free.

No smears, streaks or build up of soilage, particularly on the skirting and door kick plates to be permitted.

Walls to be free of dust and smears after dusting.

Brightwork and door furniture to be maintained so as to be tarnish free. Metal polish to be washed from brightwork before drying and buffing.

Fire appliances, ledges, cabinet and cupboard tops, nameplates, signs etc. - Twice weekly

To be free of dust, marks, smears, streaks and stains after cleaning.

External windows and frames - Monthly

After cleaning both the inside and outside of external windowpanes to be free of all marks, streaks and smears.

All streaks and runs to be removed for surrounds as they occur.

Cladding to be free of dirt and grime.

Internal clear glass and frames - Monthly

All streaks and runs to be removed from surrounds as they occur.

After cleaning, both sides of internal clear glass to be free of all marks, streaks and smears.

Entrance/Reception Area Glass Doors - Monthly

After cleaning both sides of entrance and reception area glass to be free of all marks, streaks and smears.

All streaks and runs to be removed from surrounds as they occur.

Main and side entrances - Daily

The area in front and to the sides of all entrances will be maintained free from debris, litter and spills etc.

External areas - Daily

All areas will be maintained free from debris, litter etc.

Corridor lighting to be kept clear of dust and grime (dry wiped).

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.