1. The cleaners must clean the common areas such as the lobby, corridor, and stairs on time.
2. Advise owners not to place trash cans or bags in public places such as corridors, stairs, etc. Please put them in the trash can next to the stairs door, so as not to affect sanitation and block the passage.
3. If any debris is found in the corridor, rooftop or stairwell, the owner should be advised to move to a nearby garbage collection station by himself. If the owner cannot be found, in addition to cleaning up by themselves, the cleaners should also register the situation in the notepad of the service center and report to the superior.
4. If sewage is found in public places such as rooftops and patios, it should be cleaned up immediately. If it is difficult to clean up, you can temporarily apply oil residue to prevent mosquito breeding, and then study the treatment method.
5. If the sewers and manholes of the building are found to be blocked or broken, repairs should be arranged promptly.
6. Advise the owner to be extra careful when drenching flowers, do not drench the water outside the balcony, so as not to affect the lower floors and pedestrians below.
7. If an air-conditioner is found or a lot of hot air or noise is found, the owner is advised to repair it as soon as possible, so as not to affect the health of the neighbors and the city appearance. According to the urban management regulations, those who affect the city appearance shall be reported to the administrative law enforcement agency.
8. If necessary, notify or verbally advise the owner not to throw garbage out of the window, and do not put debris that can cause silting into the toilet basin and sewage channel.
9. If the upper floor owner ’s plumbing or water channel is broken and the lower floor ceiling is leaking, notify the upper floor owner to repair it; if there is no result, record it in detail and ask the superior to deal with it.
10. If the owner disregards public health and still does not improve after repeated admonitions, a detailed record should be made and reported to the superior and the relevant health department.