housekeeping terms clean and orderly and in a sanitary condition?

housekeeping terms "clean and orderly and in a sanitary condition" as stated in the osha standard for floors and aisles is difficult to define. what resources and methods could a safety and health manager use to help determine if a condition exists that might result in an osha citation

Well ray jay if it aint STERILE it aint good enough that is how high it goes 1 sterile 2 sanitary 3 clean 4 icky 5 well lets just not go there you do know sterile means pure free from everything zero evidence of anything sorta how i keep my kitchen counters then end up going mad try to keep the floors equally sterile.

2 Responses to “housekeeping terms clean and orderly and in a sanitary condition?”

  1. Martin Says:

    Well ray jay if it aint STERILE it aint good enough that is how high it goes 1 sterile 2 sanitary 3 clean 4 icky 5 well lets just not go there you do know sterile means pure free from everything zero evidence of anything sorta how i keep my kitchen counters then end up going mad try to keep the floors equally sterile.
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  2. Fat, Old, Bearded, Bald Guy Says:

    anything that could be construed as hazardous to health would be unclean and unsanitary washrooms, food prep centres etc., other hazards could be unprotected walkways, stairs, ladderways and lifts. Wet areas without mats or treads could be underfoot hazards. keeping all areas clear and uncluttered. Suitable medical, fire, and evacuation instructions posted and positioned for all to see. These were all health & safety issues when I was at work in Institutions.
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