Service and premises – temporary changes
Practical advice and tips for adapting public premises
A memorandum providing tips and advice about what to bear in mind has been produced for those who are responsible for public premises. The aim is to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
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Hand sanitiser: storage and management
Uppdated on 15 September 2020
Leave the bottles in their outer packaging and place them in a stable location on a shelf or counter. Avoid placing the carton or the bottles close to flammable material such as paper or directly under an uncovered fluorescent tube.
The greatest risk in the use of hand sanitiser is ignition due to static electricity.
Flammable liquids should always be kept out of reach of children, both because of the fire risk and and the risk of poisoning. This is a rule that may be difficult to follow in the present situation when one is trying to avoid spreading infection.
Storage of small amounts, up to around 10 litres
Leave the bottles in their outer packaging and place them in a stable location on a shelf or counter. Avoid placing the carton or bottles close to flammable material such as paper or directly under an uncovered fluorescent tube.
Storage of larger amounts, between 10 and 50 litres
These amounts should be stored in a ventilated cabinet made of wood or metal. Ventilated means that the cabinet must have ventilation openings at both top and bottom.
For amounts over 50 litres
These amounts should be stored in a location or cabinet marked for flammable goods (EI30).
Storage of 100 litres or more requires a permit.
Cleaning of premises during the coronavirus outbreak
Facilities Services are prioritising in order to reduce the spread of infection and also provide a reasonable work environment. Facility cleaners are to prioritise their work according to the order in the list below:
- Sensitive laboratories and clean rooms
- Foyers, entrance halls and public toilets
- Other toilets
Facility cleaners are to focus on cleaning contact surfaces such as door handles, built-in chair handles and tables, where there is a considerable risk of spreading infection.
If you have entire corridors or buildings that are empty, please contact Facility Services via email lokalservice [at] service [dot] lu [dot] se, so that facility cleaners can prioritise the premises that are actually being used.
If units’ needs change before the autumn of 2020, Facilities Services would like to discuss premises-related services as early as possible. Please get in touch if you have any questions, thoughts or requests, via lokalservice [at] service [dot] lu [dot] se.
If you have questions about the corona crisis, you as an employee should first and foremost contact your line manager.
You can also send questions to: corona [at] lu [dot] se