Cleaning – Daily Schedule and Procedure OSHC
- Some surfaces like bathrooms may need cleaning more than once a day. Clean Surfaces when visibly dirty.
Use detergent to clean surfaces, rinse, and dry.
- Use disinfectant after detergent if the surface is contaminated or could be contaminated with potentially infectious material (eg urine, faeces, vomit.)
- Use bleach after detergent for blood spills.
- Clean low shelves and other surfaces not often touched by children weekly or when visibly dirty.
Week beginning: / / Time:
|Sweep and mop floor|
|Wash tap handles, tiles, sinks and basins, bench tops|
|Tableware, utensils, food equipment after each use|
|Remove garbage from bins|
|Clean clutter from surfaces|
|Sweep and mop hard floors|
|Wipe benches and clean sinks|
|Multipurpose tables before and after snacks/meals|
|Surfaces the children or adults frequently touch|
|Vacuum carpets/rugs (spot clean if necessary)|
|Glass sliding doors|
|Mattress covers and linen|
|Cushion covers and linen|
|Bathrooms/toilets (including adult toilet)|
|Sweep and mop floor including behind the toilets|
|Wash tap handles, toilet seats, tiles, sinks and mirrors|
|Scrub toilets with brush inside and out, wipe clean cistern and pipes|
|Refill soap dispensers/toilet rolls/paper towel if required|
|Hallways & Educators room|
|Sweep and mop floor and vacuum carpets|
|Sweep and mop floor thoroughly|
|Remove human/ animal waste or dangerous objects, expose remaining sand to sun, rake regularly during the day – replace sand completely if heavily contaminated.|