Ensuring hygiene in school cleanliness is important both in terms of health and student motivation. School cleaning should be regularly inspected for work daily, weekly and monthly periods and daily-superficial, weekly-deep, monthly-disinfectant cleaning is required. Daily cleaning; cleaning corridors, cleaning classrooms, deleting desks and tables, emptying garbage, cleaning sinks, cleaning administrative rooms and teacher's rooms and laboratories. When using simple detergents that produce daily solutions during this cleaning, denser detergents and disinfectants that do not harm health are preferred in weekly and monthly cleanings. In addition, school windows, warehouses, classrooms and laboratory materials are cleaned weekly.
The following rules must be followed when cleaning the school; Good ventilation must be carried out in all classrooms and rooms, this is the most basic measure to be taken against dust and germs. The cleaning solution should be prepared according to the risk situation of the area to be cleaned, and the prepared solutions should be replaced as they become contaminated and after each use. The personnel responsible for cleaning should wear masks, bonnets, gloves and take all kinds of personal and environmental protective measures to protect themselves from direct contact during cleaning.
Cleaning and cleaning materials made in corridors and rooms should be strictly separate with cleaning in toilet areas in institutions. Disinfectants should be used. Sinks and toilets should be cleaned and ventilated with stronger disinfectants and detergents. Proper ventilation in sinks and toilets is extremely important. Lamps, cabinets, tools, door handles should be wiped and dry with disinfectant solution and damp cloths. After the whole cleaning process is finished, the floor should finally be wiped and left with bleach and water solution. Cleaning should be done before or after work.
Ensuring hygiene in school cleanliness is important both in terms of health and student motivation.