The purpose of this plan is to provide the basic guidelines necessary for a good housekeeping program that will be a part of the daily routine at each job site, with clean-up being a continuous procedure, and to ensure the availability of proper egress in the event of an emergency.

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Housekeeping, Sanitation, & General Waste Management

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1.0 PURPOSE

To provide the basic guidelines necessary for a good housekeeping program that will be a part of the daily routine at each job site, with clean up being a continuous procedure, and to ensure the availability of proper egress in the event of an emergency.

2.0 SCOPE

This section applies to all operating units.

3.0 POLICY

Good housekeeping is an important element of accident prevention and must be a primary concern of _____. Good housekeeping will be planned at the beginning of a job and will be carefully supervised and followed through to the final clean up. A clean and orderly work place will not only contribute greatly to the prevention of accidents and injuries, but will also lend itself to the proper utilization of available facility space.

4.0 HOUSEKEEPING

Responsibilities for good housekeeping should be assigned. If the size of the job and work force merit, a crew should be specifically detailed to continuously clean up. In any event, regardless of the size of the work force, housekeeping should not be haphazard and left to someone else's discretion. Duties should be assigned to one or more responsible persons.

The following areas should be of prime concern in a good housekeeping program:

4.1 Storage Areas

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