Peninsula cleaning responsibilities

Gillies Hall what cleaners are expected to do

Daily cleaning tasks – Daily

  • Wipe down with disinfectant all high touch areas. E.g. lift buttons, public door handles etc.
  • Clean main common room
  • Clean projector room
  • Clean all foyer areas, glass windows and doors
  • Clean all lounge and common areas
  • Clean all stairways
  • Clean mail box and foyer areas
  • Collect and dispose of all rubbish in public areas
  • Clean all public toilet areas
  • Spot vacuum all public areas as required
  • Clean all laundries

Weekly tasks - Done Once Per Week

  • Clean external BBQ's and the surrounding area, vacuum all carpet areas
  • Distribute toilet rolls, hand towels and cleaning chemicals, sanitiser as required for public spaces. (Residents are responsible for the purchase of their own toilet rolls, hand towels and cleaning chemicals, which they use in their individual apartments.)

Gillies Hall what residents are expected to do

  • Residents are responsible for the cleaning of all areas within their individual apartments
  • Do not leave bottles, boxes, cans, pizza boxes, etc lying about. Place all rubbish in bins provided
  • Wash all dishes and cooking equipment after use
  • Do not leave items in corridors which become trip hazards
  • Do not leave items in showers which makes them harder to clean
  • Use the correct recycling bins
  • Wipe up any spills and/or food mess in private and public kitchens – we don’t want to attract pests
  • Throw out any unwanted food before it becomes spoiled

Residential Village Flats what residents are expected to do

(Flat style living is more independent style of living so the expectation is for residents to take care and responsibility of their flat which is their home.)

  • Residents are responsible for cleaning their bedrooms - including vacuuming and dusting
  • Residents are responsible for keeping the communal areas within a flat neat and clean at all times and especially prior to the arrival of a new occupant in the flat
  • Do not leave bottles, boxes, cans, pizza boxes, etc lying about. Place all rubbish in bins provided
  • Wash and put away all dishes and cooking equipment after use
  • Do not leave items in corridors which become trip hazards
  • Do not leave items in showers which makes them harder to clean
  • Use the correct recycling bins
  • Wipe up any spills and/or food mess in kitchens – we don’t want to attract ants
  • Clean the kitchen at least once per week
  • Clean the bathroom at least once per week
  • Throw out any unwanted food before it becomes spoiled
  • Keep the fridge clean
  • Set up a cleaning roster with flatmates
  • Take out the rubbish to the external bins
  • Put external bins out on the kerb for collection (and bring them in) at times provided in designated areas.
  • Cleaning equipment and chemicals are provided by MRS for residents to clean their flat