Kitchen Hood Cleaning in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Habshan, UAE
KITCHEN HOOD CLEANING1. Conduct Safety briefing. Discuss with the client’s representative to ensure all possible hazards are identified and reported immediately if assistance is required for the control of hazards
2. Electrical items, pumps, lights, pressure washers shall be connected to a circuit breaker. Only Industrial sockets and breaker are used and all equipment had been tested before delivering at the site.
3. Ensure Spill control Kit and fire extinguisher (ABC Powder) is available
4. Access holes in ducts shall be cut if required. It will be determine during cleaning and will be recommended to the client.
5. Fans shall be isolated and warning labels should be placed on isolation switches by the shift supervisor and will be inspected by the assigned safety by both parties. They should sign in the permit before starting the work.
6. Using a updated and calibrated gas tests meter the assigned safety in charge should take the oxygen level (19.5% to 20.5%) and sign in the permit before allowing staff to start the work.
7. Cooking equipment shall be isolated and make sure that all hot surfaces are secured with safety cone surrounded by warning tape and tag while working on ducts
8. When a vent cleaning service is used, a certificate showing date of inspection or cleaning shall be maintained on the premises. Areas not cleaned shall be noted.
9. Use Plastic sheeting on the ground while transferring or mixing chemicals. Attached is the MSDS for the Chemical to be use for cleaning the duct hood. Flammable solvents or other flammable cleaning aids shall not be used.
10. Areas of duct to be cleaned to bare metal (NFPA # 96 8-3.1) using a chemical degreaser.
11. Toxic or flammable products shall not be used (NFPA # 96 8-3.2)
12. Waste rags with dilute chemical residue and grease will be disposed of in the clients waste disposal facilities. All used disposable material which contaminated by grease and other chemicals will be store in a sealed container to be dispose on the right disposal area.
13. Record any areas unable to be cleaned giving exact reasons (NFPA # 96 8-3.1.1)
14. Prepare an After Service Report and certificate as per NFPA 998-3.1.1.
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