I. Regular Maintenance
A. Regular maintenance and cleaning of stations and vehicles serves several purposes:
1. Enhances readiness.
2. Enhances safety.
3. Reduces potential for illness.
B. All career personnel and personnel resident firefighters are responsible for maintenance tasks in their respective stations.
C. The Engineer/Mechanic shall ensure that maintenance tasks are completed for Station 46 if no resident is assigned. When there is a resident assigned, the Engineer/Mechanic shall be responsible for the shop. Specific daily assignments do not apply to occupied volunteer stations except for apparatus checks.
II. The following maintenance schedule shall apply:
A. Daily, prior to shift change (occupied stations)
1. Empty all trash containers in living areas and classroom.
2. Dry mop living quarters tile floors.
3. Clean and put away all dishes and utensils.
4. Clean all living quarters sinks, countertops and toilets.
1. Vacuum, mop and/or buff station floors.
2. Clean apparatus floor.
3. Mow lawns if applicable.
1. Check and start auxiliary generator at Station 49.
2. Check pressure levels of air and oxygen cascade systems.
3. Administration personnel clean, vacuum and mop administration areas of Station 49.
1. Linen count and re-supply.
2. Clean hose room and store rooms.
1. Clean apparatus floors.
1. Apparatus weekly checks.
2. Clean all counter tops, desk tops, and wood work.
3. Clean refrigerator, oven, and range top.
4. Police station grounds.
I. First Friday of the Month
1. Wash windows inside and out.
2. Clean walls, ceilings, etc of station, including apparatus bay.
III. All personnel are to look for and either correct or report safety hazards during the course of performing these tasks. Safety hazards are to be reported to the safety officer in writing.