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It includes the cleaning of surfaces and floors, cleaning of furnishings and fixtures, making up beds and cots, cleaning of toilets and bathroom, sanitizing rooms and maintaining clean room environment. (...) Critical aspects of competency Assessment requires evidence that the candidate: 1.1 Cleaned surfaces and floors. 1.2 Cleaned furnishings and fixtures. 1.3 Made-up beds and cots. 1.4 Cleaned toilets and bathrooms. 1.5 Sanitized rooms. 1.6 Maintained clean room environment. 1.7 Cleaned kitchen. 2. (...) Underpinning skills 3.1 Cleaning and Maintaining rooms (living room, bedroom, bathroom, toilet and kitchen) 3.2 Handling and Disposing of Chemical 3.3 Reporting and Recording Information 3.4 Communicating with others 3.5 Minimizing Waste 3.6 Decanting Chemicals 3.8 Arranging Furniture 3.9 Making-up Beds 3.10 Equipment Operation and Cleaning 3.11 Work Planning and Organization 3.12 Waste Minimization 3.13 Decanting Chemicals TR Household Services NC II Promulgated March 2005 -27- 4.
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Score: 1324455.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_126005.pdf
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This team is supplied with the site preparation, set-up, electrical system and furniture assembly instructions that have to be universally understood. (...) The structure can be set up and made ready for use, with an untrained team, within a time span of 60min Set-up tools All tools necessary to set-up the structure are included, are qualitative and generic, kept in a sturdy packaging marked for its content Maintenance and cleaning The structure and its elements are designed for minimal and easy maintenance and cleaning with common products inside and out Furniture • The furniture, for living OR office use, can be assembled by one person within 60min, with minimum and generic tools that are included • The furniture is ergonomic and easy to handle, clean and maintain with common products Operating windows The windows can be easily closed, opened and blinded from the inside Operating door(s) The door(s) is easily closed and locked from the inside as well as the outside, it opens outwards. Needs of people living with disabilities are taken into account Placement of sockets and switches Sockets and switches are placed in logical places for both living and office use, taking into account needs of people living with disabilities Safety of materials No materials are used that may pose a risk to the user’s safety or health Re-packing The structure is designed to be easily packed up again, moved and installed in another location Information requirements 10 Instructions • The individual packages include a laminated waterproof copy of instructions, contained in 1 waterproof holder that can withstand frequent handling, and is marked for its content • The link to the suppliers’ instructions is printed waterproof on the holder, letter height minimum 2cm • Instructions are made up primarily out of drawings describing pertinent points step-by-step • Text in instructions is in English, French and Arabic • Instructions are A4 size • A content list of elements that make up the structure is included • Instructions include a link to the instructions and set-up video on the supplier’s website Content of instructions Instructions address: • Safe siting and site preparation: structure to be sited on a stable site, distant from unstable slopes, distant from fire sources; how to set up the structure on a concrete slab and when no concrete slab is available; organize drainage around structure; orient doors away from prevailing wind; recommendation to install in a shadowed area in hot climates • Set-up: graphic content list of all elements, with indication of number of pieces for each element that makes up the structure; Section on installation of the electrical system: linking up to power source, grounding; section on assembling furniture; hanging of a fire extinguisher or other such items and labels; installation of shade net; link to instructional set-up video on suppliers’ website • Maintenance, operating and repair: Indications for cleaning without compromising the quality of elements; Handling and maintenance of windows and door, furniture and all other elements that require such • The electrical system instructions: A plan of the electrical system with indication of distribution board, wiring, sockets, lighting points, switches; indication of the loads the system is designed for; the codes to which the electrical system adheres; indications for maintenance, replacements and repairs as they are likely to occur during 24 months use of the structure • Repair instructions: Any repair kit included is accompanied by repair instructions that clearly lay out how repairs are to be undertaken • Internal organization instructions: schemes of how the internal space can be organized as a living quarter for 2 persons and an office space for 4 persons, with inclusion of furniture, sockets, light points, switches, fire extinguisher and air conditioning • Re-packing instructions: graphic content list, with indication of number of pieces for each element; step-by-step graphic re- packing instructions 11 • Safe disposal instructions: low-tech and low-cost options for safe disposal and re-use options; safety precautions and equipment required for safe disposal and re-use Commercialization requirements Documentation of conformity The structure comes with documentation of compliance to all of the above requirements, including testing results and reference to standards commonly used in the sector.
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Score: 1288967.9 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...f-office-and-accommodation.pdf
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Immediately clean surfaces and objects that are visibly soiled. (...) Remove the spill, and then clean and disinfect the surface.   Tips for staff using cleaning materials Ensure you understand all instruction labels and understand safe and appropriate use Follow the instructions on the labels Cleaning products and disinfectants often call for the use of gloves or eye protection. (...) If students feel ill and/or exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, they should wait in the designated room to be picked up by their parents/caregiver. Afterwards, the room should be cleaned, disinfected and sanitized Provide the sick student with a medical mask if available Consider daily screening for body temperature, and history of fever or feeling feverish in the previous 24 hours, on entry into the building for all staff, students and visitors to identify persons who are sick  Ensure a procedure for separating sick students and staff from those who are well – without creating stigma – and a process for informing parents, and consulting with health care providers/ health authorities wherever possible Students/ staff may need to be referred directly to a health facility, depending on the situation/ context, or sent home Encourage all students to stay home and self-isolate should they feel ill Develop a standard of operation if temperature screening is required Share procedures with parents and students ahead of time.
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Score: 1273076.4 - https://www.unicef.org/banglad...om-precautions-during-covid-19
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Immediately clean surfaces and objects that are visibly soiled. (...) Remove the spill, and then clean and disinfect the surface.   Tips for staff using cleaning materials Ensure you understand all instruction labels and understand safe and appropriate use Follow the instructions on the labels Cleaning products and disinfectants often call for the use of gloves or eye protection. (...) If students feel ill and/or exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, they should wait in the designated room to be picked up by their parents/caregiver. Afterwards, the room should be cleaned, disinfected and sanitized Provide the sick student with a medical mask if available Consider daily screening for body temperature, and history of fever or feeling feverish in the previous 24 hours, on entry into the building for all staff, students and visitors to identify persons who are sick  Ensure a procedure for separating sick students and staff from those who are well – without creating stigma – and a process for informing parents, and consulting with health care providers/ health authorities wherever possible Students/ staff may need to be referred directly to a health facility, depending on the situation/ context, or sent home Encourage all students to stay home and self-isolate should they feel ill Develop a standard of operation if temperature screening is required Share procedures with parents and students ahead of time.
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Score: 1273076.4 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...om-precautions-during-covid-19
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Immediately clean surfaces and objects that are visibly soiled. (...) Remove the spill, and then clean and disinfect the surface. Tips for staff using cleaning materials Ensure you understand all instruction labels and understand safe and appropriate use Follow the instructions on the labels Cleaning products and disinfectants often call for the use of gloves or eye protection. (...) If students feel ill and/or exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, they should wait in the designated room to be picked up by their parents/caregiver. Afterwards, the room should be cleaned, disinfected and sanitized Provide the sick student with a medical mask if available Consider daily screening for body temperature, and history of fever or feeling feverish in the previous 24 hours, on entry into the building for all staff, students and visitors to identify persons who are sick  Ensure a procedure for separating sick students and staff from those who are well – without creating stigma – and a process for informing parents, and consulting with health care providers/ health authorities wherever possible Students/ staff may need to be referred directly to a health facility, depending on the situation/ context, or sent home Encourage all students to stay home and self-isolate should they feel ill Develop a standard of operation if temperature screening is required Share procedures with parents and students ahead of time.
Language:English
Score: 1273076.4 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...om-precautions-during-covid-19
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Immediately clean surfaces and objects that are visibly soiled. (...) Remove the spill, and then clean and disinfect the surface.   Tips for staff using cleaning materials Ensure you understand all instruction labels and understand safe and appropriate use Follow the instructions on the labels Cleaning products and disinfectants often call for the use of gloves or eye protection. (...) If students feel ill and/or exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, they should wait in the designated room to be picked up by their parents/caregiver. Afterwards, the room should be cleaned, disinfected and sanitized Provide the sick student with a medical mask if available Consider daily screening for body temperature, and history of fever or feeling feverish in the previous 24 hours, on entry into the building for all staff, students and visitors to identify persons who are sick  Ensure a procedure for separating sick students and staff from those who are well – without creating stigma – and a process for informing parents, and consulting with health care providers/ health authorities wherever possible Students/ staff may need to be referred directly to a health facility, depending on the situation/ context, or sent home Encourage all students to stay home and self-isolate should they feel ill Develop a standard of operation if temperature screening is required Share procedures with parents and students ahead of time.
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Score: 1273076.4 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...om-precautions-during-covid-19
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Immediately clean surfaces and objects that are visibly soiled. (...) Remove the spill, and then clean and disinfect the surface.   Tips for staff using cleaning materials Ensure you understand all instruction labels and understand safe and appropriate use Follow the instructions on the labels Cleaning products and disinfectants often call for the use of gloves or eye protection. (...) If students feel ill and/or exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, they should wait in the designated room to be picked up by their parents/caregiver. Afterwards, the room should be cleaned, disinfected and sanitized Provide the sick student with a medical mask if available Consider daily screening for body temperature, and history of fever or feeling feverish in the previous 24 hours, on entry into the building for all staff, students and visitors to identify persons who are sick  Ensure a procedure for separating sick students and staff from those who are well – without creating stigma – and a process for informing parents, and consulting with health care providers/ health authorities wherever possible Students/ staff may need to be referred directly to a health facility, depending on the situation/ context, or sent home Encourage all students to stay home and self-isolate should they feel ill Develop a standard of operation if temperature screening is required Share procedures with parents and students ahead of time.
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Score: 1268939.8 - https://www.unicef.org/turkmen...om-precautions-during-covid-19
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World Hand Hygiene Day 2015 Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) Infographic 5May2015 the WHO #safeHANDS promotional board Infographic 5May2015 I provide clean care #safeHANDS (aimed at health workers) Infographic 5May2015 I promote clean care #safeHANDS (aimed at managers and health-care administrators and/or governments) Infographic 5May2015 I deserve clean care #safeHANDS (aimed at patients and communities/civil societies) Register  with the SAVE LIVES: Clean Your Hands campaign now if you haven’t already and you are taking part in any of the activities Ask 10 other health-care facilities to  register  their commitment. Ask your Ministry of Health or a senior member in your country’s government to send us, or post on social media (incorporating #safeHANDS), a few lines on their commitment to clean hands in health care Many have pledged  to Clean Care is Safer Care over the last 10 years.
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Score: 1261689.3 - https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-hand-hygiene-day/2015
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Immediately clean surfaces and objects that are visibly soiled. (...) Remove the spill, and then clean and disinfect the surface.   Tips for staff using cleaning materials Ensure you understand all instruction labels and understand safe and appropriate use Follow the instructions on the labels Cleaning products and disinfectants often call for the use of gloves or eye protection. (...) If students feel ill and/or exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, they should wait in the designated room to be picked up by their parents/caregiver. Afterwards, the room should be cleaned, disinfected and sanitized Provide the sick student with a medical mask if available Consider daily screening for body temperature, and history of fever or feeling feverish in the previous 24 hours, on entry into the building for all staff, students and visitors to identify persons who are sick  Ensure a procedure for separating sick students and staff from those who are well – without creating stigma – and a process for informing parents, and consulting with health care providers/ health authorities wherever possible Students/ staff may need to be referred directly to a health facility, depending on the situation/ context, or sent home Encourage all students to stay home and self-isolate should they feel ill Develop a standard of operation if temperature screening is required Share procedures with parents and students ahead of time.
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Score: 1256756.1 - https://www.unicef.org/coronav...classroom-precautions-covid-19
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In many contexts, the set-up team has not received any training. Operators will refer to the set-up instructions included with the tent. Therefore, the set-up instructions have to be universally understood, and the set-up and installation is to be kept simple and self-explanatory. (...) The link to the supplier's instructions is printed waterproof on the holder, letter height minimum 2cm  Instructions are made up primarily out of drawings describing pertinent points step-by-step, and are A4 size  Main operating instructions, in drawings, are printed on the inside of the tent, on one of the gable ends  Text in instructions is in English, French and Arabic  A content list of the tent elements is included Safe siting and site preparation instructions Safe siting and site preparation instructions include:  Minimum surface required to set up the tent, including its anchoring and tensioning  to be sited on stable, gently sloping site, distant from unstable slopes  to be sited distant from fire sources  organize drainage of the site, around the tent  types of soils the included anchoring is suitable for  alternative anchoring options  how to set up the tent on a concrete flooring  orient doors away from prevailing wind  Link to safe siting and site preparation instructions on supplier’s website Set-up instructions Set-up instructions include:  graphic content list, indication of number of pieces for each element  Step-by-step graphic set-up instruction  Link to instructional set-up video on supplier’s website in English, French and Arabic Cleaning, maintenance, operating and repair instructions Maintenance, operating and repair instructions include:  Opening and closing of windows and doors  Cleaning of the dust net 14  Re-tensioning of guy ropes  Use of the repair kit  Link to cleaning, maintenance, operating and repair instructions on supplier’s website Internal organization instructions Internal organization instructions include:  schemes of how the internal space can be organized as a nursery, classroom, counseling room, office space, a living quarter and a warehouse  placement of a stove: close to the gable end with the chimney patch, sufficiently distant from the tent liner in all directions, on a protective heat resistant and inflammable floor  Link to internal organization instructions on supplier’s website Re-packing instructions Re-packing instructions include:  graphic content list, indication of number of pieces for each element  Step-by-step graphic re-packing instructions  Link to re-packing instructions on supplier’s website Safe disposal instructions Safe disposal instructions include:  Low-tech and low-cost options for safe disposal options  Safety precautions and equipment required for safe disposal  Link to safe disposal instructions on supplier’s website Commercialization requirements Documentation of compliance The tent comes with the expectation of documentation of compliance to all of the above requirements.
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Score: 1251306.4 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...%20multipurpose%20tents%20.pdf
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