Purpose:

Check the used  

Implementation:

Everyone must comply with applicable hygiene , The check is done in . The departments and points to be controlled are in iMIS

  • Assess every room on the given points; 
  • the

Actions by abnormalities:

The to be taken by , given the rounds, can be very diverse. However, in all cases with abnormalities a re * instruction must take place. 

Always determine the cause of the deviation: 

Determine the action to be taken based on the abnormality and cause. 

Record all causes and measures taken.


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