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Chapter 13, Section 4. Safety First: Preparing Trash for Recycling Wear heavy, latex utility gloves. Do not reach into the trash to pull out an object.

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1 Chapter 13, Section 4

2 Safety First: Preparing Trash for Recycling Wear heavy, latex utility gloves. Do not reach into the trash to pull out an object. Empty contents onto a newspaper. Search contents with your eyes. Never handle trash with bare hands.

3 Cleaning Wall-Hanging Ash Urns Check for hot ashes. Remove cigarette butts and other trash. Remove the metal liner and empty it into a trash container. Wash the liner with soapy water. Wipe the liner dry. Return the liner to the ash urn.

4 Cleaning Sand-Filled Ash Urns Remove debris with a strainer tool. Empty wet sand into trash bags. Pour fresh sand into the urn. Smooth sand. Stamp the sand with the property’s logo (If the property has a stamping tool).

5 Cleaning HVAC Grates and Vents Dust vents and grates. Vacuum easy-to-reach vents and grates with a portable vacuum cleaner Vacuum hard-to-reach vents and grates with a step ladder.

6 Report These Items to Your Supervisor: Stains and dirt that could not be removed by cleaning. Tears or punctures in the wall covering Areas where the wallpaper paste is not holding. Other damage.

7 Cleaning Blinds Use a clean cloth, small broom, or brush to wipe the dust from the blinds. Use a damp cloth followed by a dry cloth to clean stubborn dirt from each slat. Wipe the rods, poles, and cords of the blinds. Wipe the area behind the blinds. Test blinds to make sure they work correctly.

8 Cleaning Stairwells, Fire Corridors, Ledges, and Balconies Pick up any debris. Remove chewing gum or sticky residue with a putty knife. Remove floor mats and sweep thoroughly. Take badly soiled mats to the dock or mop sink area. Spray mats with grease-cutting detergent and scrub.

9 Cleaning Elevators Take the elevator out of service. Vacuum carpeted areas. Clean hard floors be sweeping, mopping, or waxing. Dust all surfaces with a dust cloth or a damp cloth followed by a clean, dry cloth. Dust the ceiling and lights. Clean the door tracks with a brush or small broom followed by a vacuum cleaner. Clean the inside of elevator doors with a dry cloth. Put the elevator back in service. Close the door and wipe the outside of the door with a dry cloth.

10 Section 13.4 Quiz 1.True/False: Public space cleaners should sort trash for recycling when they are emptying container in public area. 2.True/False: The rooms division manager will set a regular schedule of rotating and flipping mattresses.

11 Section 13.4 Quiz 3. What type of tool is used to remove debris from sand-filled ash urns? a.Stamping tool b.Small, stiff brush c.Strainer tool

12 Section How should trash bags be held? a.From the top b.From the bottom c.Only on carts

13 Section John is spreading rock salt along an outside corridor. What is the most likely reason he is doing this? a.A hurricane is coming b.The weather is snowy or icy c.The corridor is about to be taken out of service


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