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Saturday, December 5, 2020

Checklist for Workplace Housekeeping

To maintain proper housekeeping at your workplace, you can use the following checklist and make changes as per your own worksite requirements:

  • Make sure that the work area is clean and free from clutter.
  • There are no irrelevant items in the working area.
  • There is no eatable stuff (food & drinks) in the work area.
  • Make sure the aisles, walkways, stairways and all exits are clear and free from any blockage
  • No, any object or item is kept around emergency equipment (e.g., fire extinguishers, first aid kits).
  • Floors (such as floor tiles, boards and carpets) are in stable condition.
  • Floors are dry, balanced and free from accumulated dust, leaks or spills (e.g., oil or water).
  • Floor markings are visible and not faded.
  • Floor holes are protected by a cover or guardrail on all sides (except at entrances to stairways or ladders).
  • Light sources are clean and provide appropriate and enough illumination for working.
  • Warning signs and posters are in good condition and can be seen from distance.
  • Electrical cords, cables and hoses are properly managed when not in use.
  • High-risk machines and equipment are secured with proper guard system.
  • Equipment and tools are in stable condition and kept in their designated location.
  • All material or chemical storage areas are clean, tidy and well organised.
  • Stacked materials are kept on a level and firm foundation.
  • Storage racks used are appropriate for the task and in stable/good condition.
  • Heavier items/objects are placed on the lower shelves of a storage rack in the store are warehouse.
  • Highly Hazardous substances & Chemicals (such as flammable materials, toxic substances) are stored in compatible containers, stored under proper safe and secure conditions and affixed with GHS labels.
  • Physical barriers, warnings signs and safety posters are placed around workplace hazards (such as sharp objects, a hot surface, a floor opening).
  • Appropriate waste bins and or containers for various wastes such as general waste, recyclable waste, hazardous waste, and so on are provided at work areas to facilitate responsible disposal.
  • Combustible waste is appropriately disposed of. Such as, oily rags are disposed of in closed metal waste bins.
  • hazardous waste is collected regularly so that there is no unnecessary accumulation of waste.
  • A prearranged disposal area has been designated for situations where waste materials (such as bulky waste, toxic waste need to be accumulated till the next waste collection date.
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