• Store Address

  • Have you signed in and obtained a permit to work

  • Take picture of permit to work and signing in book

  • Have you signed into Verisae

  • Screen shot of Verisae logged into

  • Have you discussed the case cleaning requirements with the store representatives. This should include requirements for all stock to be removed, cabinets planned to be cleaned & safe working systems.

  • Have the store or are the store prepared to remove all stock from the cabinets

  • Store to sign if they are refusing to fully de-merchandise the cabinets or remove shelving

  • Have you logged all Asset numbers on Verisae system?

  • Please state here which cabinets are planned to be cleaned in this visit

  • Please state here status of cabinets I.e full de merch, part de merch or other

  • Photos of cabinets on arrival

  • Have you completed a One Facility dynamic risk assessment

  • Photo of dynamic Risk Assessment

  • Have you set up site safely with barrier protection, displayed sign boards with RA inserted & floor protection?

  • Photos of safe site set up

  • Carry out leak check to ensure cabinet is safe to work

  • Remove shelving & brackets (ensuring to leave base plates in situ)

  • Check functioning of evaporator fans prior to isolation

  • List any faulty fans prior to commencement of clean (cabinet number & which number fan) try to obtain part number for follow on engineer

  • List any faulty fans prior to commencement of clean (cabinet number & which number fan) try to obtain part number for follow on engineer

  • Supply photos of faulty fans

  • Have you isolated the cabinets you are about to work on and checked as "dead" with safety voltage indicator?

  • Have you locked off & tagged out the cabinets

  • Provide pictures of safe cabinet isolator

  • Provide pictures of cabinet pre clean, a minimum of 5 are required

  • Have the kick plinths been removed

  • Photos of kick plinths removed

  • Remove debris from fans & base of cabinets

  • Photos of base of cabinets pre clean

  • Remove reachable debris from under cabinet (first 75mm)

  • Photos of debris removed

  • Bag up debris ready to remove from working area

  • Inspect underneath of drains, note defects and repair where possible

  • Please list defects on drains identified

  • Provide pictures of defects

  • The cleaning of surface drainage and P traps is a vital part of our cleaning procedures, identifying drainage issues at this juncture will/can avoid major water leaks once your clean has commenced

  • Insert rubber bungs

  • Vacuum drain outlets one by one ensuring local jelly / obstructions removed

  • Locate & isolate dairy pumps.

  • Vacuum water section of pump tray ensuring the inlet & outlet holes are clear of jelly & slime. Clean gauze filter and prime pump tray with 2 pints of clean water

  • Screw pump back together ensuring earth wire is connected and secure.

  • Reinstate pump & ensure functioning correctly

  • Pay attention to drain entry points from surface to underground drains

  • Remove old gel tablets

  • Photos of drains plugged & being cleaned pre jet washing

  • Lower roof panels & remove honeycombs

  • Photos of Honeycombs removed

  • Jet wash void behind honeycomb

  • Photo of void being jet washed

  • Clean honeycombs, brush & clean within base of tray (if HCs are brittle or heavily clogged, ensure this are soaked in a bucket for the duration of the clean)

  • Replace honeycomb and roof panel

  • Have base plates, back panels & baffles been removed

  • Pictures of cabinets with base plates, back panels & baffles removed. We appreciate this is not always possible

  • Clean both sides of the back panels & area behind, that the panels are fixed to.

  • Photos of back panels cleaned

  • Vacuum bases removing all excess water generated from cleaning panels & HC

  • Remove drain bungs

  • Clean ice, dust & debris from evaporators

  • Photos of various evaporators & tray post clean

  • Do not jet wash evaporator fan motors

  • Do not jet wash along sealed areas of the end walls and joints within case structures

  • Do not jet wash along mag valves / EEC coils

  • Effectively clean the refrigerated cabinet with sponges & soft brushes

  • Ensure the cabinet is free from excess water

  • Please list details of cabinets where defective cables or wiring have been noted. Please also state if nothing to report

  • Ensure probes are fixed in their correct positions

  • List any identifiable damage to the cabinets paying attention to back plates, HC's, Dividers, wall ends, handles, heaters, risers and kick plates

  • Photos of clean cabinets

  • Ensure all fixture screws are replaced where necessary

  • Reinstate cabinet upon completion

  • Carry out final leak check to all cabinets ensuring no leaks present, if a leak has occurred make sure the cabinet is made safe & isolated. Inform Tesco refrigeration of where the leak is located and inform the store not to replenish stock until a repair has been made

  • List here any faults found during leak checks

  • Check fan functionality

  • List any fan defects, ensure fan model number & cabinet number is stated

  • Please use this section to mention any relative information regarding your clean today, for example. Delays in starting or finishing the clean, site conditions, etc

  • Add photos relating to your above comments

  • List any identifiable damage to the cabinets paying attention to back plates, HC's, Dividers, wall ends, handles, heaters, risers and kick plates

  • Store representitive

  • One Facility representative

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