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Pribilof Islands Facilities - Guest Use Policy

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Pribilof Facilities Reservations
John.Kimball@noaa.gov
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Welcome to the Pribilof Islands work and housing facilities. These government facilities are smoke-free facilities. Guests staying at these facilities are responsible for the daily maintenance and upkeep of the facilities. Caretakers of the facilities are not cleaning personnel and are not responsible for cleaning after guests depart. Please leave living and work spaces clean and report any maintenance or repair needs to the caretaker of the facility. If a room appears not to have been cleaned prior to occupancy, please report that to the caretaker as well. The on-site caretaker will conduct a pre-departure inspection to insure all cleanliness criteria have been met.

Below are the guest cleaning procedures to be followed. These are not extensive, but are meant to provide a clear understanding of the agency’s expectations. Adherence to these guidelines is a prerequisite for future use of these accommodations. We appreciate all efforts toward keeping our facilities clean and safe places to work in the Pribilof Islands.

ROOM CLEANING GUIDELINES:
General cleaning supplies are provided in each apartment, and include: bathroom/kitchen cleaners, sponges, and toilet brushes. Toilet paper, paper towels, trash bags, laundry soap, hand soap and dish soap are also provided.

  • Wash all linens and replace them prior to departure
  • Empty trash and aluminum can recycling containers
  • Clean toilet, shower and sink
  • Vacuum
  • Wash dishes and replace in cabinets
  • Clean kitchen sink and countertops
  • Close open windows prior to departure
  • Empty refrigerator prior to departure. Bring non-expired foods to common kitchen/refrigerator
  • Wipe down interior and exterior of refrigerator
  • Unplug all electrical appliances (TV, microwave, lamps, etc) except the refrigerators upon departure

COMMON AREA CLEANING GUIDELINES:

  • Wash dishes and replace in cabinets immediately after use
  • Vacuum as needed. Everyone uses common areas and must assist in cleaning them!
  • Empty trash cans, if they are full
  • Clean refrigerator spills and drips immediately
  • Dispose of expired, moldy food upon departure
  • Clean toilet, sink(s), and the shower after each use(common area bathroom).

GENERAL USE GUIDELINES:

  • DO NOT STORE SAMPLES OF ANY KIND IN FOOD REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER
  • Utensils, equipment, furniture, or supplies borrowed from another room or common area, should be returned to the original location prior to departure after use.
  • Be respectful of other guests and their schedules.
  • QUIET TIME after 10 pm every day.
  • Please keep thermostats set to 68°F or below
  • TURN OFF LIGHTS when leaving an empty room or the building
  • If an item requires repair or maintenance, please notify the facility caretaker.
  • Do not give out security codes to non-guests at any time. THIS IS FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL GUESTS AND IS A REQUIREMENT, NO EXCEPTION!

GUIDELINES FOR OTHER BUILDINGS:

  • Clean toilet, sink, and countertops after each use.
  • Do not prop open doors or leave windows open, if unattended. THIS IS FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL GUESTS AND IS A REQUIREMENT, NO EXCEPTION!
  • Please keep thermostats set below 68°F.
  • TURN OFF LIGHTS upon leaving an empty room or the building
  • If you use the refrigerator or freezer in the lab, please clean it prior to departure. Dispose of all unneeded samples in a manner consistent with the nature of the samples.
  • The transportation, use, generation, storage, or disposal of hazardous materials must follow the appropriate regulations including the use of Material Safety Data Sheets described in 49 CFR parts 100-185.
  • Label all items kept in the lab refrigerator and freezer, INCLUDE name, date, and organization.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS:
Compliance with all laws and regulations regarding hazardous materials, including but not limited to; labeling, placards, and environmental compliance for proper use and disposal is important. Properly dispose of any remaining hazardous substances that are not needed. NOAA Fisheries is not responsible for disposing of non-NOAA hazardous materials. This includes vehicle fluids! All hazardous materials must be stored in proper containers and/or HazMat lockers.

NON-COMPLIANCE WITH THESE REQUIREMENTS WILL ADVERSLY AFFECT YOUR ABILITY TO STAY IN NOAA FISHERIES HOUSING IN THE FUTURE.


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