SOP – Engineering – Checklist – Guest Bathroom Preventive Maintenance

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Standard Operating Procedure for Guest Bathroom Preventive Maintenance

Hotel guest bathrooms are one of the most important areas in any hotel, and it is essential to keep them clean and well-maintained. To ensure that the guest bathrooms are in top condition, it is important to have a preventive maintenance checklist in place. This checklist should cover all aspects of the guest bathroom, including the fixtures, tiles, plumbing, and electrical systems.

One of the first things that should be checked on the checklist is the water pressure. Low water pressure can be a major problem in guest bathrooms, and it can make it difficult for guests to use the shower or sink. The plumbing should also be checked for leaks or other issues that could cause water damage.

The tiles in the guest bathroom should be checked for any cracks or chips. If any tiles are damaged, they should be replaced as soon as possible to prevent further damage. The grout between the tiles should also be checked and cleaned if necessary.

The fixtures in the guest bathroom should be checked for any signs of wear and tear. This includes the sink, toilet, shower, and bathtub. If any fixtures are damaged, they should be replaced as soon as possible.

Finally, the electrical system in the guest bathroom should be checked for any issues. This includes checking the lights, outlets, and switches. Any issues should be addressed immediately to ensure the safety of the guests.

By having a preventive maintenance checklist in place for guest bathrooms, hotels can ensure that their guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

Guest Bathroom Preventive Maintenance Checklist and Procedure:

  • Check if slip guard is used for bathtub safety.
  • Toilet flush valve check.
  • Toilet seat inspect & replace if necessary.
  • Toilet seal check for any evidence of leaks.
  • Toilet seal repair if required.
  • Check Bath & lavatory drain plugs & pop-ups.
  • Check the mixing valve and secure handle.
  • All washers replace if necessary.
  • Check the Shower faucet replace if necessary.
  • Check lavatory faucets replace if necessary.
  • Escutcheon plates clean and replace if required.
  • Exhaust grill clean thoroughly.
  • Check Shower enclosure.
  • Check Shower cubical tracks.
  • Check shower cubical doors.
  • Check Shower cubical bumpers & handles.
  • Jacuzzi check enclosure.
  • Jacuzzi check whirlpool jets.
  • Jacuzzi check drain plugs.
  • Jacuzzi check water temperature.
  • Jacuzzi check random functions/settings.
  • Check the trap under the basin.
  • Check faucet strainer clean or replace if required.
  • Check faucet flow restrictors clean or replace if required.
  • Basin bowl hangers (reglue or resecure & caulk if necessary)
  • Toilet paper holder check and tighten the fitting if required.
  • Coat hooks on door check and tighten if required.
  • Facial tissue holder replace or re-secure.
  • Floor & wall tile (check grouting, whiten if necessary.
  • Check soap dish & grab bars and re-secure if necessary.
  • Towel racks re-secure if required.
  • Check toilet privacy locks and rescuer if required.
  • Check vanity light fixtures replace any fused bulbs.
  • Check the bath area light.
  • Check the bath area switches and plug points.
  • Check smoke detector & replace if necessary.

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Training Questions:

  1. Why are guest bathrooms considered one of the most important areas in any hotel, and what is the significance of keeping them clean and well-maintained?
  2. What is the purpose of having a preventive maintenance checklist for guest bathrooms, and what aspects should this checklist cover?
  3. Why is checking water pressure one of the first items on the preventive maintenance checklist, and how can low water pressure impact guests’ experience in the bathroom?
  4. What potential issues should be assessed in the plumbing system during the preventive maintenance check, and why is it crucial to address any leaks promptly?
  5. What aspects of the tiles in the guest bathroom should be examined, and why is it important to replace damaged tiles promptly?
  6. Explain the significance of checking and cleaning the grout between tiles in the preventive maintenance checklist for guest bathrooms.
  7. What fixtures in the guest bathroom should be inspected for signs of wear and tear, and why is it important to replace damaged fixtures promptly?
  8. Describe the components of the electrical system in the guest bathroom that should be checked during preventive maintenance.
  9. Why is it crucial to address any issues in the electrical system promptly, and how does this contribute to the safety of guests?
  10. In summary, how does the implementation of a preventive maintenance checklist for guest bathrooms contribute to a comfortable and enjoyable stay for hotel guests?
SOP Number: Hotel Engineering SOP – 25
Department: Engineering and Maintenance
Date Issued: 27–Mar-2018
Time to Train: 30 Minutes

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