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1 Laundry Cleaning agent review and approval Appropriate chemical disinfection with low temperature wash cycles Laundry water temperature Laundry chemical dispensing Wash water ph Lint trap cleaning Equipment preventive maintenance Dirty to clean traffic flow in laundry area Dirty laundry handling PPE compliance in handling dirty laundry Dirty laundry transport Cleaning of hard plastic transport containers for dirty laundry & hampers Clean laundry storage Clean laundry room integrity (storage 6 inches from the floor, no corrugated boxes, no dirty supplies, laundry covers as appropriate) and whenever a new cleaning agent is introduced Whenever low temperature cleaning is utilized with each load with each load As part of preventive maintenance Monthly Weekly

2 Laundry transport in covered carts Laundry storage on patient care units Adequate par levels on patient care units Laundry poundage Laundry inventory Laundry integrity (rips, wearing, staining) Lost articles Equipment cleaning and sanitizing Vacuuming of machines Fire safety responsibilities Dryer temperatures and timing Sprinkler System Integrity (18 inch spacing from sprinkler head) Cleaning of air handling vents Monitor monthly and change as needed Cleaned daily and sanitized weekly Monthly With each fire drill Check monthly Check weekly and clean as needed or monthly, whichever comes first

3 Electric integrity checks for electric equipment On purchase and as part of regularly scheduled safety inspection Housekeeping Occupied room cleaning routine Terminal room cleaning routine New chemical training Before use Secure MSDS and assure appropriate Before new precautions chemical use Employee right-to-know MSDS training On orientation before chemical use and annually Chemical labeling and storage Hazardous chemical storage Locking of housekeeping closets at all times No exposed cleaning supplies on unattended cleaning carts No unattended cleaning supplies in patient care areas Annual infection control training Staff certifications for special equipment management and skills Annual policy and procedure review and whenever cart in public areas Before expiration

4 Employee training on new/revised policies and procedure training Ergonomics compliance Ceiling integrity (tile and plaster integrity) Flooring integrity Baseboard integrity Wet floor signage Immediate spill clean-up Immediate availability of spill cleanup kits No boxes or storage containers directly on floors On creation of or revision policy or procedure upon breech or penetration upon breech, break or penetration upon breech In all cleaning areas at all times Whenever spill occurs Check weekly and replace upon usage

5 Surface washability Pest control Annual fire safety training Annual general safety training Handwashing Patient privacy (knock on doors and ask permission for entry) Extension cord management Lighting safety (no exposed light bulbs and lighting fixtures) Light bulb replacement Outlet management in public areas Eye wash station integrity Annual performance appraisals Annual job description review and upon breach Check high risk areas weekly and all other areas monthly with spraying as needed or on recommended schedule, whichever comes first Every time entering a patient room Check monthly and service as needed

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