Housekeeping. There is no daily maid service. Linens and towels are included and not to be taken from the unit. An initial setup of trash liners, bathroom paper, soap is provided. There is a $_CleaningFee_ one time cleaning fee. Additional cleaning fees will be due in the event that cleaning involves the removal of excessive sand.
Housekeeping. Tenant is solely responsible for maintaining a safe clean environment in the home. Trash shall only be stored in appropriate containers as per city codes. If landlord finds tenant is storing trash in the unit or any part of the yard, landlord has the right to terminate the lease. Any city fines that are charged to landlord for any tenant or guests poor housekeeping practices will be charged to the tenant. Failure to pay these fines will result in termination of lease. If Landlord receives a written Notice of Violation from the City for housing code violations that are the Tenants’ responsibility, the following schedule of fines will be charged to the tenant for each offense. Typical notices include parking in the yard, unlicensed vehicles on the premises, trash outside of a container or no trash service when required. 1st Offense – Tenant is fined a fee of $25, plus costs of landlord to remedy this issue. 2nd Offense - Tenant is fined a fee of $50, plus costs of landlord to remedy this issue. 3rd Offense - Tenant is fined a fee of $100, plus costs of landlord to remedy this issue. After 3rd Offense, Landlord has the right to begin the termination process. _______ Initials
Housekeeping. Public facility services and care for conditions that federal, state, or local law requires be provided in a public facility or care provided while in the custody of legal authorities Services or supplies received from a nurse, which do not require the skill and training of a nurse Vision training and vision therapy Reimbursement for school-based physical therapy, occupational therapy, or speech therapy services are not covered except when ordered by a Physician/PCP Donor non-medical expenses Charges incurred as a donor of an organ when the recipient is not covered under this health plan CHIP & CHIP PERINATAL PROGRAM DME/SUPPLIES Note: DME/SUPPLIES are not a covered benefit for CHIP Perinate Members but are a benefit for CHIP Perinate Newborns. SUPPLIES COVERED EXCLUDED COMMENTS/MEMBER CONTRACT PROVISIONS Ace Bandages X Exception: If provided by and billed through the clinic or home care agency it is covered as an incidental supply. Alcohol, rubbing X Over-the-counter supply. Alcohol, swabs (diabetic) X Over-the-counter supply not covered, unless RX provided at time of dispensing. Alcohol, swabs X Covered only when received with IV therapy or central line kits/supplies. Xxx Kit Epinephrine X A self-injection kit used by patients highly allergic to bee stings. Arm Sling X Dispensed as part of office visit. Attends (Diapers) X Coverage limited to children age 4 or over only when prescribed by a physician and used to provide care for a covered diagnosis as outlined in a treatment care plan. Bandages X Basal Thermometer X Over-the-counter supply. Batteries – initial X . For covered DME items Batteries – replacement X For covered DME when replacement is necessary due to normal use. Books X Clinitest X For monitoring of diabetes. Colostomy Bags See Ostomy Supplies. Communication Devices X Contraceptive Jelly X Over-the-counter supply. Contraceptives are not covered under the plan. Cranial Head Mold X Diabetic Supplies X Monitor calibrating solution, insulin syringes, needles, lancets, lancet device, and glucose strips. Diapers/Incontinent Briefs/Chux X Coverage limited to children age 4 or over only when prescribed by a physician and used to provide care for a covered diagnosis as outlined in a treatment care plan Diaphragm X Contraceptives are not covered under the plan. Diastix X For monitoring diabetes. Diet, Special X Distilled Water X Dressing Supplies/Central Line X Syringes, needles, Tegaderm, alcohol swabs, Betadine swabs or ointment, tape. Many times th...
Housekeeping. Housekeeping activities are defined as all those activities concerned with keeping facilities clean, neat, and orderly, and includes, but is not limited to, mowing, raking, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, stripping, waxing, dusting, wiping, washing, hosing, and other general care or cleaning of interior and exterior floors, walls, ceilings, doors, windows, facility fixtures, and all adjacent grounds and walks. Concession housekeeping shall conform to California State Park standards as stated in Chapter 8 of the Department’s Operations Manual.
Housekeeping. The University will provide cleaning for communal bathroom facilities and public areas of the Residence Halls. Communal bathrooms are defined as bathrooms accessible by the entire floor, not bathrooms shared by multiple students within a suite. Students residing in apartment- style or suite-style accommodations, or in accommodations with private or semi-private bathrooms, are responsible for the cleaning of their bathrooms.