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Started by person7, 15-01-23, 11:01AM
Quote from: lucgeo on 30-01-23, 08:49AMSo how often is this domestic dishwasher given a deep clean, and by whom? Kettles, toasters and even microwaves are pretty self explanatory to operate, unclean or soiled areas that are questionable are clearly visible. ....I wouldn't use any unclean equipment and I certainly wouldn't clean it after somebody else, before being able to use it! Tesco may state it's everybody's responsibility to look after and maintain the staff room, but if Tesco provide the equipment, they are responsible for ensuring it is fit for use. End of!!
Quote from: person7 on 02-02-23, 03:18PM.........90% of us now hold cutlery under the hot boiling water several seconds to sanitize the cutlery as its not hygienic taking them to the toilet to wash in the toilet sinks! (they blocked up the door with "authorized personal only" to the old canteen so we dont even have a sink except the toilets).......
Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 03-02-23, 01:49AM@lucgeo what idiot would walk to the toilet for hot water when theres a hot water heater in the canteen,be real
Quote from: lucgeo on 02-02-23, 07:36PMGo to the toilets sink...put the hot water in a cup, then put the spoon, fork whatever in the cup ( no burning then )...maybe bit of excrement and germs in the atmosphere, especially if someone is using the hand dryer at the same time This is the alternative for washing of used cutlery in this store!! Alternative is to wait your turn to use hot water tank, always hoping there's a clean cup available to soak your cutlery in and the tank is dispensing at the correct temp after a sudden influx of constant use?Remind me...why were kitchen and bakery department colleagues told to disrobe from their overalls and aprons to use the toilet
Quote from: oldfashionedplayer on 08-02-23, 09:02AMhot water dispensers are being removed from stores though, due to "not being used" and saving money, so ours is down to a 1 kettle that takes about 5 minutes to boil for 5 people rather than instant, so you couldn't even do the "just put hot water in" now lol
Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 08-02-23, 12:39PM@oldfashionedplayer sounds like your store do not want to replace it that's all, we've had a new one few months back and the kettles taken away (there're going to be more expensive to run than a water heater).
Quote from: 2ndtimeround on 16-01-23, 07:02PMYes it is Tesco policy to clean up after yourself.That's me done bothering to explain to a child who still thinks it's their Mums job to wipe their arse.As I said previously.-Some people just want excuses to be lazy.
Quote from: randomworker on 15-02-23, 12:36PMyou both seem to have missed the first sentence by @2ndtimeround. which they said "Yes it is Tesco policy to clean up after yourself.So eat and use as many dishes, tables, cups and cutlery you want and dribble as you go but just clean it up after
Quote from: Nomad on 15-02-23, 02:32PMI would have thought 'clean up after yourself' applies to any mess made in the course of your paid work. They cannot have a policy that applies to anybody in their own free unpaid time.
Quote from: randomworker on 15-02-23, 04:02PM@2ndtimeroundI was not getting at you I was reminding them what you said which is correct clean up after yourself
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