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Fitness Center Cleaning Guide

Gym equipment requires regular maintenance to keep it working properly. Use this checklist for regular safety checks and good record keeping help you protect your clients from injury when they’re using your equipment, and also protect you from liability in the event of an incident where someone is injured at your facility.
MaintainX
07/26/2022

Fitness Center Cleaning Guide

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Gym equipment requires regular maintenance to keep it working properly. Use this checklist for regular safety checks and good record keeping help you protect your clients from injury when they’re using your equipment, and also protect you from liability in the event of an incident where someone is injured at your facility.
  • Welcoming Entrance

  • Inviting workout areas

  • Clean, safe equipment

  • Fresh gym mates

  • Cardio machines

  • Weight equipment

  • Office or check-in area

  • Restrooms/locker rooms

Source: MaintainX (Community Member)

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