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Pit Cleaning and House Keeping

  • Good housekeeping is essential to provide a safe work place. It will result in lesser accidents and will reduce fire hazards as well.
  • Cleaning up the work area is part of the job. A job is not completed until the residue or tools are cleaned up.
  • Habits of good housekeeping, such as putting away all tools and supplies and keeping floors clean and free of debris, can go a long way toward reducing accidents.
  • Be sure that doors, passages and electrical panels, switches, etc. are not blocked in any way.
  • Never clean out a pit without assistance.
  • Use proper tools. Don't remove material by hand. Be carefull to avoid broken glass or sharp metal points.
  • Assistance is also needed to clean screens or suction lines in pit area.