Depending on the configuration of your warehouse space and construction, overheads (sprinkler piping, electrical conduit), lighting, dock doors, floors, racking, etc. should be considered.
Standard 30/60/90 inspections/cleaning/restacking/repalletizing of ingredients.
Generally, in a warehouse, the cleaning activity should be described as "Inspect and clean as necessary" X area of warehouse.
You do not want to have your staff cleaning things that do not need to be cleaned.
Since you are setting up this from scratch, do inspections on a monthly basis. If something needs cleaning after a month, schedule it for cleaning monthly. If it does not need cleaning, inspect the next month. If it needs cleaning, schedule it for 60 days. Repeat as necessary.
It's imperative that you constantly consider the cleaning frequency you have for all items on your MSS.
When I got to my current job, cleaning the yellow bollards that prevent forklifts from (hopefully) running into things were on a daily schedule!! I immediately changed that to "inspect and clean" on a 14 day basis. We now do it monthly.
Can you imagine how many man hours have been saved to do things that actually need to be cleaned?
Edited by mgourley, 04 December 2019 - 11:29 PM.