The Easy Guide to Good Housekeeping
Good housekeeping is often underestimated as simply cleanliness, but it plays a crucial role in maintaining a safe and healthy workplace. This includes keeping walkways clear, ensuring proper storage, promptly cleaning spills, and addressing potential hazards.
Poor housekeeping can lead to various injuries, including slips, trips, falls, and contact with hazardous objects. To meet legal obligations and promote workplace safety, workers have a duty to contribute to a safe environment through proper housekeeping habits.
After watching this safety training video, or completing the self-paced eLearning version, your workers should be able to:
- Recognise the importance of good housekeeping beyond cleanliness in the workplace
- Identify potential hazards and risks associated with poor housekeeping practices
- Apply strategies for maintaining and promoting good housekeeping in the workplace
By achieving these learning objectives, participants will be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to prioritise good housekeeping practices, and contribute to a safe and healthy work environment.