Audit

Washroom 1

Sinks, hand basins and their surrounds, including splash backs, ledges, inner and outer surfaces of bowls, overflows, plugs, drain holes, taps, supports, pipes, traps etc, to be dry and free of all soilage, hairs, smears, debris etc, after cleaning. Taps to be polished. No build up of soilage or staining materials to be permitted.

Urinals and bowls to be free of scale, debris or other obstructions after cleaning. The inner surfaces of bowls and stalls to be thoroughly scrubbed during cleaning. All associated pipe work and cisterns to be free of smears, streaks and stains after cleaning. No build up of soluble or staining materials on stalls, bowls, pipes, cisterns, and related surfaces to be permitted.

All interior surfaces including rims and other hidden areas of WC bowls to be thoroughly scrubbed during cleaning, the exterior of bowls, seats, seat hinges and associated pipe work and cisterns to be thoroughly cleaned so as to be free of all marks, streaks and stains. No build up of soilage to staining materials to be permitted. Particular attention to be paid to areas less accessible such as flushing rims, pipe connections, and seat pillars and hinges.

The exterior of toilet paper holders, towel cabinets and any other fixtures and fittings which may occur to be free of all streaks, smears, stains and other soilage after cleaning.

All mirrors to be cleaned so as to be free of smears, stains and marks.

All chrome, copper, brass and other metal finishes to be maintained so as to be free of all tarnish, stains, verdigris and similar materials.

In addition to the daily cleaning as specified above all toilets will be serviced once during the course of the working day, the service will consist of wiping down surface, sinks and toilet seats and cleaning floors to remove any spills or waste material. Also the supply of soap, towels and any other consumables will be checked and replaced as necessary.

Washroom 2

Sinks, hand basins and their surrounds, including splash backs, ledges, inner and outer surfaces of bowls, overflows, plugs, drain holes, taps, supports, pipes, traps etc, to be dry and free of all soilage, hairs, smears, debris etc, after cleaning. Taps to be polished. No build up of soilage or staining materials to be permitted.

Urinals and bowls to be free of scale, debris or other obstructions after cleaning. The inner surfaces of bowls and stalls to be thoroughly scrubbed during cleaning. All associated pipe work and cisterns to be free of smears, streaks and stains after cleaning. No build up of soluble or staining materials on stalls, bowls, pipes, cisterns, and related surfaces to be permitted.

All interior surfaces including rims and other hidden areas of WC bowls to be thoroughly scrubbed during cleaning, the exterior of bowls, seats, seat hinges and associated pipe work and cisterns to be thoroughly cleaned so as to be free of all marks, streaks and stains. No build up of soilage to staining materials to be permitted. Particular attention to be paid to areas less accessible such as flushing rims, pipe connections, and seat pillars and hinges.

The exterior of toilet paper holders, towel cabinets and any other fixtures and fittings which may occur to be free of all streaks, smears, stains and other soilage after cleaning.

All mirrors to be cleaned so as to be free of smears, stains and marks.

All chrome, copper, brass and other metal finishes to be maintained so as to be free of all tarnish, stains, verdigris and similar materials.

In addition to the daily cleaning as specified above all toilets will be serviced once during the course of the working day, the service will consist of wiping down surface, sinks and toilet seats and cleaning floors to remove any spills or waste material. Also the supply of soap, towels and any other consumables will be checked and replaced as necessary.

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