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2024 Roadside Cleanup - Checklist on Day of Cleanup

A supervisor must complete this form on the day your group is picking up litter.



Before beginning work, put signs up at each end of the road you will be cleaning.
 
Get together at the pre-arranged meeting place before starting the cleanup. Review safety checklist, safe cleanup procedures, and shuttle vehicle safety.
 
Make sure the first-aid person has brought the first-aid kit and that everyone knows who the first-aid person is. (NOTE: It is recommended that the first-aid person operates a shuttle vehicle.)
 
Establish work crews and assign locations. With the appropriate crews, review specific procedures for crossing bridges, railway tracks, etc.
 
Remind shuttle operator and supervisors to check that the safe cleanup and safe shuttle vehicle procedures are followed.
 
Remind child participants that they must follow their supervisor's instructions at all times.
 
Hand out garbage bags, safety vests, and gloves.
 
Adjust work crews, locations, and activities as needed during the day.
 
After the cleanup is complete, all participants are to report to a pre-arranged meeting place and return any incident reports (if there are any), safety vests, signs, unused garbage bags, and unused gloves.
 

Incident reports (if there are any), safety vests, signs, unused garbage bags, and unused gloves must be returned to the Clairmont Centre for Recycling and Waste Management between 8 am and 6 pm, Monday to Saturday.

Most of all, have fun! Don't forget to take photographs during the day for the County to use in their newsletter!



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