Good housekeeping is everyone's responsibility. It doesn't matter what position you hold or what type of task you are performing; keeping your work area tidy and free of clutter should be every employee's obligation. It's part of your commitment to safety and your actions go a long way in showing your co-workers that you want everyone to go home safe at the end of each day. This program reviews basic housekeeping practices that can prevent workplace fires and discusses other hazards that could contribute to employee injuries, but can be controlled by good housekeeping. Topics include keeping a tidy work area, controlling fire hazards, maximizing productivity, controlling slip and trip hazards, maintaining personal hygiene and housekeeping practices for offices and break areas.