LEVEL A

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  • Amenities - All female, male and accessible bathrooms including showers and change rooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    mirrors
    sinks
    splash backs
    urinals and toilets
    taps and fittings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    cubicles and partitions
    hard and soft floors
    benches and lockers
    floor mats
    shower fixtures
    washbasins
    hand dryers
    Walls, skirting and ceilings

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  • Prayer Room -
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    doors
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external

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  • Kitchen & Common Rooms - A common room available for use by staff and/or students which may include an area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    external surfaces of appliances
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    sinks
    windows internal and external

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  • Parents Room - These are spaces set aside for parents to look after their children’s needs.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    fridges
    microwaves
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Lecture Theatres - These are spaces that have fixed seating that is inclined on a “rake” and have a demonstration platform and dais (large desk containing AV equipment and overhead projector).
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

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  • Seminar & Tutorial Rooms - These are teaching rooms with furniture that is not fixed to either the floor or Walls, skirting and ceilings. They do, however, have tables and chairs, or tablet chairs, or other suitable furniture that can be moved and reconfigured as required.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

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  • Teaching Workshop - These are teaching workshops used for teaching practical skills on wood, metal, plastic, fabric and precious metals.
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    worktops
    waste bins
    windows internal and external

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  • Library - These are buildings (also referred to as “Integrated Learning and Resource Centres”) that contain bookshelves, study areas, issue desks and in some cases AV and reprographic equipment. They are heavily used areas by staff and students as are the associated toilets and washrooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    shelves
    fixed plant and equipment
    bookshelves
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables
    waste bins
    windows internal and external
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)

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  • Laboratories - These areas consist of teaching and research laboratories with workbenches and are used for experimental purposes.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    general waste bins excluding under desk general waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external windows internal and external
    Walls, skirting and ceilings Walls, skirting and ceilings
    sinks excluding stainless steel sinks excluding stainless steel
    hard and soft floors hard and soft floors
    fixed plant and equipment fixed plant and equipment

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  • Common Spaces including corridors and stairwells. - These areas have varying types of floor finishes and include air locks irrespective of whether they serve a function of primary circulation around the building. They are spaces that provide movement of people or goods within a building and also include external balconies decks and access ramps.
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    Hand rails and fitting
    skirting boards
    Vertical transport
    decks
    general waste bins excluding under desk
    access ramps
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Refectory - An area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences. These areas are heavily used by staff and students and are high traffic areas. This space is also used for functions and events.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    waste bins excluding under desk
    low level areas (up to 3m)
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables and benches
    windows internal and external

  • External Areas & Courtyards - These areas are spaces that provide sitting areas or facilitate the movement of people or goods external to buildings.

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  • Medical Centre - This area consists of a general doctor’s surgery with approx. 8 consultant rooms, 2 treatment rooms and various admin services office.

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  • Sporting Commons - Sporting facilities utilised by UC staff, students, elite

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  • General Office Space - Office accommodation of this class is predominantly comprised of single offices for professional and academic staff, but includes some open plan offices and office equipment. This class of area is not accessed by the public or students.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces
    waste bins excluding under desk
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    windows internal and external

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  • Reception & Entrance Space - The main reception areas of each classification comprising a reception desk and open floor area.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Hand rails/fixings
    seats
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)
    external areas adjacent to entrance (dust only)
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Prestige Office Space - Offices of senior staff (member of the SMG, VCG and their associated EAs), rooms used for meetings and reception of important visitors and associated waiting areas.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    chairs
    desks
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables (meeting)
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins
    pictures and art displays
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)

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LEVEL B

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  • Amenities - All female, male and accessible bathrooms including showers and change rooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    mirrors
    sinks
    splash backs
    urinals and toilets
    taps and fittings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    cubicles and partitions
    hard and soft floors
    benches and lockers
    floor mats
    shower fixtures
    washbasins
    hand dryers
    Walls, skirting and ceilings

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  • Prayer Room -
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    doors
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external

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  • Kitchen & Common Rooms - A common room available for use by staff and/or students which may include an area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    external surfaces of appliances
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    sinks
    windows internal and external

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  • Parents Room - These are spaces set aside for parents to look after their children’s needs.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    fridges
    microwaves
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Lecture Theatres - These are spaces that have fixed seating that is inclined on a “rake” and have a demonstration platform and dais (large desk containing AV equipment and overhead projector).
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

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  • Seminar & Tutorial Rooms - These are teaching rooms with furniture that is not fixed to either the floor or Walls, skirting and ceilings. They do, however, have tables and chairs, or tablet chairs, or other suitable furniture that can be moved and reconfigured as required.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

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  • Teaching Workshop - These are teaching workshops used for teaching practical skills on wood, metal, plastic, fabric and precious metals.
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    worktops
    waste bins
    windows internal and external

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  • Library - These are buildings (also referred to as “Integrated Learning and Resource Centres”) that contain bookshelves, study areas, issue desks and in some cases AV and reprographic equipment. They are heavily used areas by staff and students as are the associated toilets and washrooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    shelves
    fixed plant and equipment
    bookshelves
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables
    waste bins
    windows internal and external
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)

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  • Laboratories - These areas consist of teaching and research laboratories with workbenches and are used for experimental purposes.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    general waste bins excluding under desk general waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external windows internal and external
    Walls, skirting and ceilings Walls, skirting and ceilings
    sinks excluding stainless steel sinks excluding stainless steel
    hard and soft floors hard and soft floors
    fixed plant and equipment fixed plant and equipment

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  • Common Spaces including corridors and stairwells. - These areas have varying types of floor finishes and include air locks irrespective of whether they serve a function of primary circulation around the building. They are spaces that provide movement of people or goods within a building and also include external balconies decks and access ramps.
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    Hand rails and fitting
    skirting boards
    Vertical transport
    decks
    general waste bins excluding under desk
    access ramps
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Refectory - An area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences. These areas are heavily used by staff and students and are high traffic areas. This space is also used for functions and events.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    waste bins excluding under desk
    low level areas (up to 3m)
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables and benches
    windows internal and external

  • External Areas & Courtyards - These areas are spaces that provide sitting areas or facilitate the movement of people or goods external to buildings.

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  • Medical Centre - This area consists of a general doctor’s surgery with approx. 8 consultant rooms, 2 treatment rooms and various admin services office.

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  • Sporting Commons - Sporting facilities utilised by UC staff, students, elite

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  • General Office Space - Office accommodation of this class is predominantly comprised of single offices for professional and academic staff, but includes some open plan offices and office equipment. This class of area is not accessed by the public or students.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces
    waste bins excluding under desk
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    windows internal and external

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  • Reception & Entrance Space - The main reception areas of each classification comprising a reception desk and open floor area.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Hand rails/fixings
    seats
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)
    external areas adjacent to entrance (dust only)
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Prestige Office Space - Offices of senior staff (member of the SMG, VCG and their associated EAs), rooms used for meetings and reception of important visitors and associated waiting areas.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    chairs
    desks
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables (meeting)
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins
    pictures and art displays
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)

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LEVEL C

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  • Amenities - All female, male and accessible bathrooms including showers and change rooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    mirrors
    sinks
    splash backs
    urinals and toilets
    taps and fittings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    cubicles and partitions
    hard and soft floors
    benches and lockers
    floor mats
    shower fixtures
    washbasins
    hand dryers
    Walls, skirting and ceilings

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  • Prayer Room -
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    doors
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external

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  • Kitchen & Common Rooms - A common room available for use by staff and/or students which may include an area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    external surfaces of appliances
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    sinks
    windows internal and external

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  • Parents Room - These are spaces set aside for parents to look after their children’s needs.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    fridges
    microwaves
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Lecture Theatres - These are spaces that have fixed seating that is inclined on a “rake” and have a demonstration platform and dais (large desk containing AV equipment and overhead projector).
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

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  • Add comments

  • Seminar & Tutorial Rooms - These are teaching rooms with furniture that is not fixed to either the floor or Walls, skirting and ceilings. They do, however, have tables and chairs, or tablet chairs, or other suitable furniture that can be moved and reconfigured as required.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Teaching Workshop - These are teaching workshops used for teaching practical skills on wood, metal, plastic, fabric and precious metals.
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    worktops
    waste bins
    windows internal and external

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Library - These are buildings (also referred to as “Integrated Learning and Resource Centres”) that contain bookshelves, study areas, issue desks and in some cases AV and reprographic equipment. They are heavily used areas by staff and students as are the associated toilets and washrooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    shelves
    fixed plant and equipment
    bookshelves
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables
    waste bins
    windows internal and external
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)

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  • Laboratories - These areas consist of teaching and research laboratories with workbenches and are used for experimental purposes.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    general waste bins excluding under desk general waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external windows internal and external
    Walls, skirting and ceilings Walls, skirting and ceilings
    sinks excluding stainless steel sinks excluding stainless steel
    hard and soft floors hard and soft floors
    fixed plant and equipment fixed plant and equipment

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  • Common Spaces including corridors and stairwells. - These areas have varying types of floor finishes and include air locks irrespective of whether they serve a function of primary circulation around the building. They are spaces that provide movement of people or goods within a building and also include external balconies decks and access ramps.
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    Hand rails and fitting
    skirting boards
    Vertical transport
    decks
    general waste bins excluding under desk
    access ramps
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Refectory - An area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences. These areas are heavily used by staff and students and are high traffic areas. This space is also used for functions and events.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    waste bins excluding under desk
    low level areas (up to 3m)
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables and benches
    windows internal and external

  • External Areas & Courtyards - These areas are spaces that provide sitting areas or facilitate the movement of people or goods external to buildings.

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  • Medical Centre - This area consists of a general doctor’s surgery with approx. 8 consultant rooms, 2 treatment rooms and various admin services office.

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  • Add Comment

  • Sporting Commons - Sporting facilities utilised by UC staff, students, elite

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  • General Office Space - Office accommodation of this class is predominantly comprised of single offices for professional and academic staff, but includes some open plan offices and office equipment. This class of area is not accessed by the public or students.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces
    waste bins excluding under desk
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    windows internal and external

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  • Reception & Entrance Space - The main reception areas of each classification comprising a reception desk and open floor area.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Hand rails/fixings
    seats
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)
    external areas adjacent to entrance (dust only)
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Prestige Office Space - Offices of senior staff (member of the SMG, VCG and their associated EAs), rooms used for meetings and reception of important visitors and associated waiting areas.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    chairs
    desks
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables (meeting)
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins
    pictures and art displays
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)

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LEVEL D

  • Check box if Level D in building is being inspected

  • Amenities - All female, male and accessible bathrooms including showers and change rooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    mirrors
    sinks
    splash backs
    urinals and toilets
    taps and fittings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    cubicles and partitions
    hard and soft floors
    benches and lockers
    floor mats
    shower fixtures
    washbasins
    hand dryers
    Walls, skirting and ceilings

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  • Prayer Room -
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    doors
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external

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  • Kitchen & Common Rooms - A common room available for use by staff and/or students which may include an area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    external surfaces of appliances
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    sinks
    windows internal and external

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  • Add comments

  • Parents Room - These are spaces set aside for parents to look after their children’s needs.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    fridges
    microwaves
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Lecture Theatres - These are spaces that have fixed seating that is inclined on a “rake” and have a demonstration platform and dais (large desk containing AV equipment and overhead projector).
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Seminar & Tutorial Rooms - These are teaching rooms with furniture that is not fixed to either the floor or Walls, skirting and ceilings. They do, however, have tables and chairs, or tablet chairs, or other suitable furniture that can be moved and reconfigured as required.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Teaching Workshop - These are teaching workshops used for teaching practical skills on wood, metal, plastic, fabric and precious metals.
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    worktops
    waste bins
    windows internal and external

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Library - These are buildings (also referred to as “Integrated Learning and Resource Centres”) that contain bookshelves, study areas, issue desks and in some cases AV and reprographic equipment. They are heavily used areas by staff and students as are the associated toilets and washrooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    shelves
    fixed plant and equipment
    bookshelves
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables
    waste bins
    windows internal and external
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Laboratories - These areas consist of teaching and research laboratories with workbenches and are used for experimental purposes.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    general waste bins excluding under desk general waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external windows internal and external
    Walls, skirting and ceilings Walls, skirting and ceilings
    sinks excluding stainless steel sinks excluding stainless steel
    hard and soft floors hard and soft floors
    fixed plant and equipment fixed plant and equipment

  • Add Image

  • Add comments

  • Common Spaces including corridors and stairwells. - These areas have varying types of floor finishes and include air locks irrespective of whether they serve a function of primary circulation around the building. They are spaces that provide movement of people or goods within a building and also include external balconies decks and access ramps.
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    Hand rails and fitting
    skirting boards
    Vertical transport
    decks
    general waste bins excluding under desk
    access ramps
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

  • Add Image

  • Add Comment

  • Refectory - An area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences. These areas are heavily used by staff and students and are high traffic areas. This space is also used for functions and events.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    waste bins excluding under desk
    low level areas (up to 3m)
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables and benches
    windows internal and external

  • External Areas & Courtyards - These areas are spaces that provide sitting areas or facilitate the movement of people or goods external to buildings.

  • Add Image

  • Add Comment

  • Medical Centre - This area consists of a general doctor’s surgery with approx. 8 consultant rooms, 2 treatment rooms and various admin services office.

  • Add Image

  • Add Comment

  • Sporting Commons - Sporting facilities utilised by UC staff, students, elite

  • Add Image

  • Add Comment

  • General Office Space - Office accommodation of this class is predominantly comprised of single offices for professional and academic staff, but includes some open plan offices and office equipment. This class of area is not accessed by the public or students.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces
    waste bins excluding under desk
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    windows internal and external

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Reception & Entrance Space - The main reception areas of each classification comprising a reception desk and open floor area.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Hand rails/fixings
    seats
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)
    external areas adjacent to entrance (dust only)
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Prestige Office Space - Offices of senior staff (member of the SMG, VCG and their associated EAs), rooms used for meetings and reception of important visitors and associated waiting areas.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    chairs
    desks
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables (meeting)
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins
    pictures and art displays
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)

  • Add images

  • Add comments

LEVEL E

  • Check box if Level E in building is being inspected

  • Amenities - All female, male and accessible bathrooms including showers and change rooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    mirrors
    sinks
    splash backs
    urinals and toilets
    taps and fittings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    cubicles and partitions
    hard and soft floors
    benches and lockers
    floor mats
    shower fixtures
    washbasins
    hand dryers
    Walls, skirting and ceilings

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Prayer Room -
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    doors
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Kitchen & Common Rooms - A common room available for use by staff and/or students which may include an area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    external surfaces of appliances
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    sinks
    windows internal and external

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Parents Room - These are spaces set aside for parents to look after their children’s needs.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    waste bins excluding under desk
    work surfaces
    fridges
    microwaves
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

  • Add images

  • Add comments

  • Lecture Theatres - These are spaces that have fixed seating that is inclined on a “rake” and have a demonstration platform and dais (large desk containing AV equipment and overhead projector).
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

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  • Seminar & Tutorial Rooms - These are teaching rooms with furniture that is not fixed to either the floor or Walls, skirting and ceilings. They do, however, have tables and chairs, or tablet chairs, or other suitable furniture that can be moved and reconfigured as required.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    chairs
    waste bins
    writing surfaces
    windows internal and external

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  • Teaching Workshop - These are teaching workshops used for teaching practical skills on wood, metal, plastic, fabric and precious metals.
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    worktops
    waste bins
    windows internal and external

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  • Library - These are buildings (also referred to as “Integrated Learning and Resource Centres”) that contain bookshelves, study areas, issue desks and in some cases AV and reprographic equipment. They are heavily used areas by staff and students as are the associated toilets and washrooms.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    shelves
    fixed plant and equipment
    bookshelves
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables
    waste bins
    windows internal and external
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)

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  • Laboratories - These areas consist of teaching and research laboratories with workbenches and are used for experimental purposes.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    general waste bins excluding under desk general waste bins excluding under desk
    windows internal and external windows internal and external
    Walls, skirting and ceilings Walls, skirting and ceilings
    sinks excluding stainless steel sinks excluding stainless steel
    hard and soft floors hard and soft floors
    fixed plant and equipment fixed plant and equipment

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  • Common Spaces including corridors and stairwells. - These areas have varying types of floor finishes and include air locks irrespective of whether they serve a function of primary circulation around the building. They are spaces that provide movement of people or goods within a building and also include external balconies decks and access ramps.
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    Hand rails and fitting
    skirting boards
    Vertical transport
    decks
    general waste bins excluding under desk
    access ramps
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Refectory - An area set aside specifically to provide eating facilities for staff and students other than those living in residences. These areas are heavily used by staff and students and are high traffic areas. This space is also used for functions and events.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    waste bins excluding under desk
    low level areas (up to 3m)
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables and benches
    windows internal and external

  • External Areas & Courtyards - These areas are spaces that provide sitting areas or facilitate the movement of people or goods external to buildings.

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  • Medical Centre - This area consists of a general doctor’s surgery with approx. 8 consultant rooms, 2 treatment rooms and various admin services office.

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  • Sporting Commons - Sporting facilities utilised by UC staff, students, elite

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  • General Office Space - Office accommodation of this class is predominantly comprised of single offices for professional and academic staff, but includes some open plan offices and office equipment. This class of area is not accessed by the public or students.
    Key Elements to be cleaned:
    fixed plant and equipment
    hard and soft floors
    doors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    low level surfaces
    waste bins excluding under desk
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    windows internal and external

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  • Reception & Entrance Space - The main reception areas of each classification comprising a reception desk and open floor area.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    Hand rails/fixings
    seats
    doors
    hard and soft floors
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)
    external areas adjacent to entrance (dust only)
    windows internal and external
    fixed plant and equipment

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  • Prestige Office Space - Offices of senior staff (member of the SMG, VCG and their associated EAs), rooms used for meetings and reception of important visitors and associated waiting areas.
    Key elements to be cleaned:
    hard and soft floors
    chairs
    desks
    Walls, skirting and ceilings
    tables (meeting)
    low level surfaces (up to 3m)
    fixed plant and equipment
    waste bins
    pictures and art displays
    computer monitors and keyboards (dust only)
    phones (dust only)

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