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Imperial College London has ACCESS various hazardous and sensitive C O N T RO L areas. Controlling access to these I N F O R M AT I O N F O R is extremely important. CLEANERS A simple colour coding system This is one in a series of leaﬂets on Access operates within the College Control aimed at different sectors in the College. identifying 3 different types of areas. These areas are labelled Leaﬂets available include information for: through small signs placed above door handles. Maintenance staff and their contractors ICT staff and their contractors Information on these signs and Security personnel what these mean to you as Cleaning Supervisors cleaners are described in this leaﬂet. Further information is also available online at www3.imperial.ac.uk/safety/guidanceandadvice/ Low risk areas are not colour accesscontrol coded however any other signage or by contacting your DSO/FSM or the Safety Department must always be obeyed. IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON Safety Department, South Kensington Campus, Exhibition Road T: 020 7594 9423 F: 020 7594 9424 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Areas with no colour code Where will you see these signs? General areas such as ofﬁces and corridors On doors to very dangerous or highly On doors to dangerous or secure areas are not colour coded as they are not secure areas. such as laboratories. usually dangerous. What do these signs mean to you? Do not enter areas marked with these Regular cleaning of these areas will be These are low risk areas such as ofﬁces signs unless your supervisor has told you required but you must only do what you and corridors. The cleaning procedures are to do so. have been told to do by your supervisor. as described by your supervisor. THERE IS NO ROUTINE CLEANING OF THESE AREAS. CLEANING IS BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT ONLY.
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