1. Check for Dirt and Debris:
Dust, cobwebs, and other debris should be cleared from all areas of the facility.
2. Clean Inside Windows:
All interior windows and glass doors should be washed with a suitable cleaner to remove smudges, streaks, and dust.
3. Sweep Floors:
Floors should be swept regularly to keep them free of dirt and debris.
4. Vacuum Carpets:
Carpets should be vacuumed at least once a week, or more frequently if needed.
5. Mop Hard Floors:
Hard floor surfaces such as tile, wood, and linoleum should be mopped with a disinfectant or appropriate cleaning solution.
6. Disinfect Surfaces:
Counters, tables, and other surfaces should be wiped down with a suitable cleaner to remove germs and bacteria.
7. Clean Bathrooms:
All bathroom fixtures, toilets, and sinks should be cleaned regularly using an appropriate cleaner.
8. Empty Trash Cans:
Trash cans should be emptied frequently and wiped down with a suitable cleaner.
9. Stock Supplies:
Facility cleaning staff should make sure that all necessary items for cleaning are stocked and available for use.
10. Check Safety Equipment:
Smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, and emergency lights should be tested regularly to ensure they are in working order.