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  • This audit is based on Schedules "C" and "D" which forms part of the overall station cleaning contract held with Kiwirail. Schedule "C" is related to platform areas through 1 to 9 and the concourse end to platforms and schedule "D" is related to the public toilets off the main concourse area.

  • Schedule "C" Platform Areas
    Platforms, (concourse to end of platforms) and tracks from wall line of main concourse

    Daily sweep of platforms and remove rubbish
    Weekly - hose all platforms including structural portal frames and seats using safety guidelines: DC awareness
    Blue painted columns clean periodically to remove dirt build up
    seats and bases to be cleaned daily to remove firt build up
    Walls : clean monthly to remove dirt build up up to a height of 3m (three metres)
    Rubbish
    Rubbish containers are to be emptied throughout the day and cleaned as required, but not less than once a day
    Pick up rubbish on the platforms and tracks from platform 1 - 9 to north end of sealed platforms and stop blocks, observing safety guidelines
    Clean rubbish from platform gardens.
    Glass panels on platforms to be cleaned daily and steak free including the removal of any stickers or other materials.

    Glass Panels at end of new flooring

  • Schedule "D" Public toilets on Main Concourse

    Areas are to be cleaned 7 days per week
    The toilets at the station are a significant element by which the "cleanliness" of the system is judged. it is essential that the toilets be maintained in a clean and hygienic condition and free of graffiti and rubbish at all times.

    Provide a attendant during opening hours
    Sweep and mop floors during the opening hours to maintain a hygienic and clean area
    Clean walls, ledges and toilet partitions with a disinfectant cleaner daily
    Replenish toilet paper and paper towels as required
    Clean sink,plug holes ,basins and taps
    Clean glass and mirrors and leave streak free
    Clean entire toilets and bases regularly during opening hours
    Total area to be kept clean and well presented during the open hours
    Monitor and report behaviour which could or has led to damage in the toilets
    The NZ police are to be contacted if there is any indecent or objectionable behaviour and vandalism reported by members of the public
    Clean doors and frames to two (2) metres daily
    Remove rubbish daily to designated disposal area daily
    On a monthly basis clean down all wall, floor and ceiling surfaces, including but not limited to hand marks, general dirt and dust that may have built up over the preceding month.

Audit observations Platforms 1 - 9

Platforms 1 - 9

  • General Comments

  • Platform swept and free from rubbish

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  • Weekly, platforms hosed including portal structure frames and seats, using safety guidelines - DC awareness

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  • Blue painted columns cleaned periodically to remove dirt build up

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  • Seat bases are to b cleaned daily to remove dirt build up

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  • Walls clean monthly to remove dirt build up to a height of 3 metres ( three metres )

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Rubbish

  • Rubbish containers are to be emptied throughout the day and cleaned as required, but not less than once a day

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  • Pick up rubbish on the platforms and tracks from platform 1 - 9 to north end of the sealed platform and stop blocks, observing safety guidelines

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  • Clean rubbish from gardens

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Glass panels at end of new flooring

  • Glass panels of platforms to be cleaned daily and streak free, including removal of any stickers or other materials

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Schedule D Public Toilets Main Concourse

  • Public Toilets Main Concourse, areas are to be cleaned daily, 7 days per week

  • An attendant is to be provided during opening hours

  • Recorded time of visit, was the attendant present, could he /she be found?

  • Could attendant be located?

  • Floor are to be swept and mopped during opening hours to maintain a hygienic and clean area

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  • Toilet paper in cubicles and paper towels are to be replaced as required

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  • Walls are to cleaned, ledges and toilet partitions cleaned with a disinfectant daily

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  • All sinks, plug holes and taps are to be left clean

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  • Glass mirrors are to be left clean and streak free

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  • All toilets and toilet bases are to be cleaned regularly during open hours

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  • The total toilet area is to be kept clean and well presented during open hours

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  • Doors and door frames are to be cleaned to two (2) metres daily

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  • Rubbish is to be removed daily to a designated disposal area

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  • On a monthly basis clean down all walls, floors and ceiling surfaces, including but not limited to hand marks, general dirt and dust that may have built over the preceding month.

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  • General Comments

  • Attendants are to monitor and report any behaviour which could or has led to damage in the toilets. NZ Police are to be contacted if there is any indecent or objectionable behaviour and vandalism reported by members of the public.

  • Damage reported directly to GW or advised through the monthly audit process.

General Comments

  • Insert time the audit was completed

  • Auditor to add final comments on station cleanliness and image present.

  • Signature on behalf of Cleaning Contractor if present on audit

  • Signature for Greater Wellington Regional Council

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