Computer Cleaning Checklist is a type of informational job aid used to reduce failure by compensating for potential limits of human memory and attention. It helps to ensure consistency and completeness in carrying out a task. A basic example is the “to do list.” A more advanced checklist would be a computer cleaning schedule, which lays out tasks to be done according to the time of day or other factors. A primary task in the checklist is a document of the task and auditing of the documentation.
Before Cleaning Checklist
Statement of work
- Is the purpose of statement documented?
- Is the scope of cleaning work being identified and documented?
- Are the number of computers, keyboards, monitors, telephones, etc. being identified?
- Is the location of work known?
- Is the cleaning site accessible?
- Is the site contact know?
- Is the site contact accessible?
- Is the period of performance known and being agreed?
- Is parking available at the customer site?
- Are there any special requirements to work at the customer site?
- Does the computer cleaning requirements outline any industry special regulations?
- Is the acceptance criteria being agreed?
- Is cleaning contract being raised and agreed?
- Is payment schedule being documented and agreed?
- Are any miscellaneous being understood and documented?
- Is the required number of cleaning staff available?
- Is the cleaning scope understood by the cleaners?
- Is transportation to the customer site being arranged?
- Are all cleaning tools available?
- Are all cleaning products available?
- Is health and safety procedure understood?
- Is the cleaning authorisation being signed by the customer site contact?
After Cleaning Checklist
- Does the site supervisor check the cleaning quality before closure?
- Does the customer check the cleaning quality before closure?
- Does the customer sign the cleaning job completion papers?
- Does the customer is provided with the feedback form?
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