Posted 10 August 2016 - 07:37 PM
Hi Cris, of course you need a layered cleaning regime that includes having a 'clean as you go' policy in and around the printing press. Perhaps a wider quick clean and mop in the area each shift and maybe a weekly deep clean. If it is in a poor state it may be wise to have a real deep clean to get the area and machines to a good standard and then implement the cleaning program to maintain standards. All cleaning requirements should be documented in Standard Operating Procedures and a record generated when completed. That is all except the 'clean as you go' stuff.
Hope this helps.
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