Cleaning & Toilet Attendants
DC Site Services operates on project (event) based work. This means that job roles vary depending on the site and the contract obtained by DC Site Services. All cleaning and toilet attendants will need to adhere to the COSHH procedure and RAMS documents which you can find in the health and safety folder at every event/festival. You will need to ensure where you are working you are safe and display signs where appropriate. All DC Site Services staff should be polite, professional and attentive to the public. You will be provided with an on-site briefing, the correct equipment and PPE prior to your work.
Listed below are some of the standard job roles however this is not a fully comprehensive list and jobs may occur outside of these categories.
- Clean all sinks, floors, taps and mirrors to the best possible standard.
- Mop/hoover the floors where appropriate.
- Making sure all consumables (hand soaps, toilet rolls and hand towels) are replenished accordingly
Toilet Attending: (Including Portaloos)
- Making sure all consumables (hand soaps, toilet rolls and hand towels) are replenished accordingly.
- This includes a quick clean down of portaloos inside and out. Which you may be:
- unblocking toilets
- litter picking around the general environment.
- Advise public on free toilet units
Office/Dressing Room Cleaning:
- Domestic cleaning such as vacuuming, wiping surfaces, dusting and window cleaning.
- Changing bins and general litter pick.
- A higher expectation of cleanliness is expected of you and this will also be stated by the event organizers.
- Only enter VIP areas at certain times specified by event organisers.
Issues to be aware of:
- Splashing of chemicals
Follow COSHH policies and procedures, always using the correct PPE to avoid skin contact of dangerous chemicals.
- Wet floors/Trip hazards
Display signs where appropriate, maintaining a clear foot path for access.
- Body fluids
Follow COSHH policies and procedures, always using the correct PPE to avoid skin contact with bodily fluids. If uncomfortable with handling bodily fluids seek advise from your team leader or project manager.
- Sharp objects (needles, glass etc).
Handle with care, always using the correct PPE and disposing in the correct waste container.
Any other useful information will be provided during the on-site briefing and enclosed in the cleaning handbook you will receive.comments powered by Disqus