Common Area Housekeeping Checklist provides the basic tasks that should be done on a daily basis in respective places at right and scheduled time.
The “Yes” or “No” options be recorded for any of the below checklist questions for Office Workers or Employee Management, represent immediate follow-up action to assign instant tasks or to check the tasks which have to be executed.
Common Area Housekeeping Checklist or Common Area Safety Checklist is suitable for:-
- Big Corporate Offices
- Shopping Malls
- Large Retail Stores
- Large Residential Apartments
- Coworking Space
- Executive Suites etc.
This Common Area Housekeeping Checklist or Common Area Safety Checklist is non-exhaustive and non-mandatory to follow. The organization owners or users or the management who take care of the daily operations in the office workplace can make the necessary customization’s like adding more questions or removing/modifying the existing questions that suit the company work processes and conditions.
Check out some sample questions for the Common Area Housekeeping Checklist or Common Area Safety Checklists.
S. no Checklist Check Action
1 All safety and directional and directory signage in place and accurate Yes / No 2 No faulty lights or faulty doors Yes / No 3 Trip/slip hazards (read safe storage of cleaners's carts) Yes / No 4 Food Court staff clearing and cleaning tables efficiently Yes / No 5 Bins not overflowing and serviced regularly Yes / No
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We have attached the CAH Checklist or Common Area Safety Checklist that we give our clients for their routine office or mall or store inspections and related tasks. The Common Area Housekeeping Checklist is thorough and ensures that no SOP or any other task procedures are being missed.
This can be used as a good training tool to make the workers accountable for every operation in the organization and helps the supervisors or managers to understand and examine the scheduled tasks of the employees. We hope this CAH Checklist gives a detailed approach to how the safety operations to be done in your workplace.
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