Cafeteria Cleaning Checklist

The Cafeteria Cleaning Checklist is an important tool for keeping your cafeteria clean and sanitary. It covers all the necessary tasks, such as wiping down tables and chairs, mopping floors, and washing dishes. It also covers more detailed tasks, such as cleaning and sanitizing food prep surfaces, emptying trash receptacles, and cleaning windows. The checklist provides a step-by-step guide to ensure all areas of the cafeteria are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. It also helps ensure that all areas are disinfected, and that all equipment, such as refrigerators and ovens, are properly maintained. The checklist is a great way to ensure a safe and clean environment for your customers.

  • Empty trash cans
  • Wipe down tables and chairs
  • Sweep and mop floors
  • Clean windows and doors
  • Sanitize drinking fountains
  • Wipe down counters and appliances
  • Disinfect food preparation areas
  • Clean and sanitize utensils and dishes
  • Clean and sanitize sinks
  • Clean and sanitize microwave
  • Clean and sanitize refrigerator
  • Clean and sanitize food storage areas
  • Clean and sanitize vending machines
  • Clean and sanitize high chairs
  • Sanitize any surfaces that come in contact with food
  • Clean and sanitize bathroom areas
  • Restock supplies
  • Inspect for any potential safety hazards

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How often should the cafeteria be cleaned?

    The cafeteria should be cleaned daily to ensure a safe and sanitary environment for customers.

  • What areas should be included in the cleaning checklist?

    The cleaning checklist should include floors, tables, chairs, counters, sinks, refrigerators, microwaves, and other surfaces.

  • What cleaning supplies should be used?

    To clean the cafeteria, you should use a mild detergent, warm water, and a disinfectant or sanitizer.

  • Are there any special instructions for cleaning?

    Yes, be sure to pay extra attention to high-touch surfaces such as door handles, light switches, and faucet handles.