Restroom Cleaning 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 the Soft Services team or the Housekeeping Management team, represent immediate follow-up action to assign instant tasks or to check the tasks which have to be executed.
Restroom Cleaning Checklist or the Daily Restroom Cleaning Checklist is applicable for:-
- Corporate Tech Parks
- Shopping Malls
- Large Retail Stores
- Airports etc.
This Restroom 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 workplace can make the necessary customization 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 Restroom Checklist.
Restroom cleaning checklist
|1||Floor surfaces are free from water or wet conditions||Yes / No|
|2||Towel dispensers are filled and located near sinks||Yes / No|
|3||No plumbing leaks||Yes / No|
|4||Clean and in good sanitary condition||Yes / No|
|5||Water fountains: no water on floor with mat||Yes / No|
We have attached the Restroom Cleaning Checklist that we give our clients for their routine offices or malls or stores or any place where the restroom related tasks are mandatory to check on. The RC 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 Soft services team or Housekeeping supervisors to understand and examine the scheduled tasks of the employees. We hope this Restroom Checklist gives a detailed approach to how the safety operations to be done in your workplace.
that’s why every related business should use and implement RC checklist to make operations align.
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