and reviewing of rooms, surroundings, and machines after


When maintenance has been carried out during work, and afterwards the work is to be continued without final , the room or machine must be checked.

Check the following:

  • Was the maintenance done properly (depending on maintenance). 
  • Is it cleaned well. 
  • Is it disinfected properly (if necessary). 
  • Are all loose parts put away. 
  • Can it be released. 

Actions by abnormalities:

  • If one of the cannot be answered with yes, the steps must be performed again. After completion re- takes place. Repeat these steps until the room / unit can be released. all findings. 
  • When a question is answered with no, the concerned mechanic must be informed and be instructed again.
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