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Workplace Heath & Safety

  • When undertaking cleaning of public toilets, an “A frame sign” must be displayed at the entrance to the toilet advising the public that cleaning is in progress. Is it in Place?

  • Is the correct PPE "Personal Protective Equipment supplied and being used?"

  • Is the site safe to begin works and is public safe?

Contractor Details

  • Name of cleaning contractor

  • Facility Name:

  • GPS location
  • Photo of Toilet

Cleaning Duties

  • 6.1 Wash, scrub and disinfect all toilet, showers and waiting room floors

  • 6.2 Wash, scrub and disinfect lavatory pans and cisterns, urinals and hand basins

  • 6.3 Wash, scrub and disinfect tiled walls and all fittings; clean and polish all bright metal on doors and fittings

  • 6.4 Clean all mirrors, taps and surrounding surfaces

  • 6.5 Empty, wash clean and disinfect all receptacles for used hand towels, refuse, etc. Replace liners where required

  • 6.6 Dust all ledges, sills and non-mechanical equipment

  • 6.7 Replace toilet paper as required, ensuring adequate provision for daily use

  • 6.8 Sweep the concrete path outside waiting areas including footpaths

  • 6.9 Empty bins and pick up all papers and rubbish

  • 6.10 Clean and wash all fittings such as seats, etc.

  • 6.11 Clean glass entrance doors

  • 6.12 Ceilings, walls, light fittings and behind doors to be kept cobweb free

  • 6.13 Pick up any loose rubbish in pot plants, gardens on footpaths, roadways and parks

  • 6.14 Refill soap and paper towel dispensers

  • 6.15 All vandalism to be reported to Parks and Garden Supervisor

  • 6.16 Dangerous items should be reported to Parks and Gardens Supervisor (i.e.: Broken Furniture)

  • 6.17 Complete a service log per clean

  • 6.18 Attend a mandatory quarterly performance of service meeting at Council’s chosen location.

  • Notes

Service Sign off

  • Cleaning duties completed

  • Todays Date and Time

  • Name of cleaning

  • Sign off

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