Our Today’s Toolbox talk topic is housekeeping at workplace.
PREPARATION: Have a look around the area and make a note of examples of good and bad housekeeping to illustrate your Toolbox Talk.
- Always maintain good housekeeping at the site. Good housekeeping always attracts client and visitors & good housekeeping shows the professionalism of the workforce.
- Always maintain adequate housekeeping at the site. because poor housekeeping is a big obstruction in an emergency situations.
- always maintain adequate material management at the site. barricade the material & post signages.
- Do not block any access or walk way by material or waste.
- Waste materials and rubbish are a fire risk and an accident hazard.
- We have to collect waste at a designated location by waste type.
- Waste containers shall be located at suitable places on site.
- Do not allow oily rags to accumulate, they can ignite spontaneously. Always clean Spilled liquids immediately by the spill kit.
- Food bins have tightly fitting lids and ALways remove food waste from the site not less than once per day.
- Do not bring extra material from the materials yard, always take the required material from the material yard. because It gets in the way and leads to poor housekeeping & poor material management. Return Extra materials to the material yard or store.
- Always keep tools in the toolbox.
- All work areas must be keep orderly and clean on a DAILY basis.