Mopping the Floor 1. Clear the area. Remove whatever tables, chairs, throw rugs and other obstacles are on the floor. 2. Sweep the floor or vacuum the floor first. 3. Measure and place the cleaner into the bucket and fill with enough warm water to cover the head of the mop completely. Use the clear plastic cup and fill the Lemon clean to the top of the tape. Leave enough of the bucket empty to allow yourself to add the mop and to keep the wringer up out of the water. 4. Dip the mop in the cleaning solution and let it absorb the cleaner thoroughly. Sometimes a stiff, dried-out mop will need to soak for a little while to loosen up 5. Start in one corner of the room. Move the mop around over the area you want cleaned with some pressure to pick up the dirt. When you have covered a small area, or when the mop looks dirty, dip and wring the mop again and move on to the next area. 6. For persistent dirt, you may want to visit an area twice. The first time, leave the mop a bit wetter than usual and use it to dampen the area thoroughly. Let that sit for a few moments while you dampen the next area. The extra time gives the cleaning solution time to dissolve the soil. Then, dip the mop again and wring it out more thoroughly. Go back over the area to pick up the water and loosen any especially stubborn dirt. 7. Continue across the entire floor in this fashion. 8. Work back towards a door and avoid stepping on the areas you have just cleaned. Any fine dust clinging to the bottoms of your shoes will stick to the floor and become mud. If you do step on an area that is wet, run the mop back over it to clean up these tracks. 9. Let the mopped area dry thoroughly. Just let the air do the job. 10. Hang the mop up to dry out when you are finished. If you leave in the bucket, it will rot and start to smell bad. Hang it with the wet end down and hang it somewhere where a bit of water underneath won't hurt. a. Dispose of dirty mop water b. While not strictly necessary, it's a good idea to rinse your mop and wring it thoroughly once more before hanging it up, so that the residues of dirt and cleaners don't sit in the mop all the time. Dishwasher Routine 1. The switch on the counter (far right of sink) must be turned on with red light showing 2. The flip switch on the bottom panel of the dishwasher must be pushed to the the left (“on) 3. Scrape off ALL FOOD DEBRIS and rinse dishes before placing in rack 4. Wash only ONE RACK o f dishes at a time (this takes only 3 minutes) 5. When cycle finishes, remove tray and allow to air dry 3-5 minutes 6. Use fan above stove to control humidity 7. When day is finished, wipe down inside of door and clear filter. Turn flip switch to the right (“off”) Dishes must be washed in the 3 separate sinks in the kitchen using the following procedures: Sink 1: Pre-rinse wash: 48 degrees Celsius. Sink 2: Rinse dishes in warm, clean water. Sink 3: Add a chemical sanitizer and sanitize dishes for 1 minute in 24 degree Celsius water. Hand Washing Hand washing. The OTCM will post reminders of the importance of hand washing in the prevention of the spread of infection. These reminders will be posted in the Oak Table meeting room, the kitchen, and the washrooms. Soap dispensers will be provided at every sink. Paper towels for drying hands and turning off taps will be provided. Short clinics will routinely be held to teach people how to wash their hands properly: 1. Use warm running water. 2. Hold hands down, fingertips at the lowest level. 3. Rinse hands. 4. Dispense soap into palm of hand. 5. Lather hands for at least 20 seconds. 6. Circle fingertips in the palm of each hand to clean well under nails. 7. Rinse hands from wrists to fingertips. 8. Obtain paper towel. 9. Dry hands. 10. Use paper towel to turn off taps. 11. Discard paper towel in wastebasket.
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