COVID-19 Recurring Cleaning and Sanitation
If you’re looking for resources on COVID-19 Recurring Cleaning while open, you’re in the right place! If you’re looking for resources on COVID-19 Reopening Best Practices, click here.
- COVID-19 Recurring Cleaning and Sanitation Checklists
- Church Cleaning Checklist
- Cleaning and Disinfecting for Grocery Stores
- Cleaning and Disinfecting for Fleets
- Safe Grocery Shopping
- Cleaning Checklist for Pharmacies
- School Lunch Program Sanitation and Food Safety
- Cleaning Checklist for Restaurants
- Cleaning Checklist for Grocery Store Employees
- COVID-19 Construction Site Inspection Checklist
- Cleaning & Guidance for Mass Transit and Other Transportation Providers
- Cleaning Checklist for Essential Workers Returning Home
- Cleaning Checklist & Guidance for Residential Landlords
- Cleaning Checklist for Schools
- General Household Cleaning Checklist
As of June 2020, many states across the US are entering more advanced phases of reopening following shutdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As we all learn to navigate this new normal, and previously shutdown businesses reopen, there is a lot to consider in the process. It can feel overwhelming sorting through all of the new recommendations, policies, procedures and guidelines!
Adding to our collection of easy-to-digest, user-friendly resources and checklists, this blog post contains checklists for recurring cleaning and sanitation. A consistent cleaning and sanitation regimen is one way to maintain a healthy environment for your employees and customers.
This is a dynamic blog that will be expanded in the coming weeks and months as we create new checklists based on industry-leading guidance. If you don’t see a checklist for the industry or workplace you’re looking for, please let us know here what you’d like to see, and it may be the next list we create!
COVID-19 Recurring Cleaning and Sanitation Checklists
This is a sanitation checklist for churches broken out based on areas within the church. It can be used for daily, weekly, monthly, and bi-annual cleanings.
This checklist is for grocery stores and other food retailers. It covers cleaning and sanitation best practices for frequently touched surfaces within these settings.
This checklist is for fleets and any non-emergency vehicle operators. It provides best practices for cleaning and disinfecting vehicles during and after COVID-19.
This checklist is for individuals looking to protect themselves with safety and cleaning steps as they grocery shop. It also provides sanitizing steps you can take upon returning home with groceries.
This cleaning checklist is for pharmacies looking to improve their sanitation practices during and after COVID-19. It is broken down by tasks that should be completed on an hourly, frequent and regular cadence.
This checklist covers food safety and sanitation for school lunch programs and is based on HACCP SOP. It can be used to guide internal inspections.
This checklist is for restaurant employees. It contains cleaning tasks and is broken up based on tasks that should be done throughout the shift, before closing, and once a week.
This checklist is for frontline employees who work in grocery stores. It contains tips for staying healthy while at work.
This checklist is for construction site supervisors. It answers the question, ‘Should this construction site be shutdown today?’ due to insufficient COVID-19 precautions.
This checklist is for mass transit and other transportation providers. It contains guidance on protecting transit employees and customers against COVID-19.
This checklist is for essential workers. It contains guidance on cleaning and sanitizing yourself to minimize risk and protect your family from COVID-19.
This checklist is for residential landlords. It contains cleaning recommendations, general guidance, and procedural advice for responding to COVID-19.
This checklist is for school employees. It covers cleaning, sanitation, and disinfecting practices to minimize the risk of COVID-19. It is broken up by area of the school.
This checklist is for homeowners, apartment dwellers, and anyone else who lives in or owns a space they want to keep clean and protect from COVID-19. It is broken out by area of the house.