Purpose:

Inspect whether the is reached and see whether everything is cleaned.

Definition:

Cleaning Frequency: see the cleaning and .

Objective: everything that is cleaned. 

Implementation:

A good cleaning and disinfection is important to prevent the accumulation of . It also prevents the possibility of of our by micro-organisms. 

For the is used to assess the where all objects are defined.

  • Visually check the cleaning. 
  • Pay special attention to the bottom of the objects and hard to reach places. 
  • findings. 

Actions by anomalies:

  • If an object is not cleaned properly it should be blocked. 
  • After the block, the object should be cleaned again and eventually disinfected. 
  • After cleaning and disinfecting the object should be rechecked. When the object is , the block can be lifted. Otherwise, repeat all steps until the object is clean.
  • Identify the causes of the poor cleaning: 

o Wrong resources
o Ignorance 
o Inattention 
o Difficult to clean 

  • Depending on the cause, adjustment should take place: 

o Other resource
o Further  
o Modify object

Note: When an object is not clean, the extra cleanings must also be checked for cleaning performance. For this use the checklist in iMIS .


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