Training Program Outline Housekeeping
Poor housekeeping can be a contributing factor in a large number of accidents and incidents. From the debris that causes a trip and fall to the poor storage practices that prevent access to emergency equipment, poor housekeeping is often a systemic issue within many organizations.
This training session focuses on the importance of a good housekeeping program. It provides a specific process for implementing and sustaining an effective housekeeping program within the client’s organization.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Develop a clear, objective definition of effective housekeeping.
- Identify potential hazards associated with poor housekeeping practices.
- Identify and understand legal requirements associated with poor housekeeping practices, including references to provincial safety legislation, Fire Code, etc.
- Learn specific ways to improve housekeeping in their workplace as well as methods to sustain the improvements.
- Review and develop control & improvement systems for specific housekeeping issues within their site.
Course Length and Options
This session is typically presented in a 60-90 minute time frame.
The program can be tailored to the client’s specific needs by supplementing the standard training module with digital photographs from the client’s site, or by adding client-specific procedures and standards, regarding housekeeping.
This course can benefit all staff and associates, including:
- Safety Committee Members
- Supervisors & Managers
- Office & Production personnel