Collect soiled linen, Sorting, Washing, Ironing, Dry Cleaning and transferring linen to the use areas.
Royal Caribbean International expects each shipboard management team member to relentlessly exemplify the principles of the Anchored in Excellence Credo to all team members. In addition, all duties and responsibilities are to be performed in accordance with Royal Caribbean International’s Gold Anchor standards, SQM standards, USPH guidelines, environmental, and safety policies. Each shipboard employee may be required to perform all functions in various venues and throughout the ship.
In accordance with Royal Caribbean International's philosophy of Anchored in Excellence, each employee conducts oneself in a professional and courteous manner at all times. This consists of physical and verbal interactions with guests or fellow shipboard employees and/or in the presence of guest contact and crew areas.
1. Prepare soiled linen for wash.
2. Sorting linen by degree of soil and type of fabric
3. Ensure linen is free of garbage and sorted by color
4. Check for any tears or damage of all clothes from guests and crew before washing and report any bad condition to the Laundry Master
5. Load, using properly weighted loads and select proper formula on washers.
6. Laundering of all onboard linen, Guest’s clothes, Crew’ clothes and uniforms
7. Ironing and Dry Cleaning
8. Inform the Laundry Master about any malfunction on finishing equipment or problems with safety mechanisms.
9. Proper use of chemicals
10. Fold and stack linen on shelves
11. Inspect the quality of linen on shelves
12. Cleaning of all equipment
13. Cleaning dryer lint screens
14. Check safety devises, turning on steam, water and air valves
15. Check iron roll pressure
16. Report leaking valves, damaged insulation, air and water path.
17. Keep the work area safe, clean, sanitized and organized.
18. Fully aware of the OPP plan and follows all protocols for handling infected linens at all times.
19. Other duties may be assigned. Understand and can apply in work practices environmental policies and procedures concerning such functions as collection, sorting and disposal of solid wastes and use of chemicals associated with cleaning, dry cleaning and laundry operations.
20. Know and follow all SQM policies.
21. All shipboard employees must be physically able to participate in emergency life saving procedures and drills. Full use/range of motion of arms and legs as well as full visual, verbal and hearing abilities are required to receive and give instructions in the event of an emergency requiring the lowering of a lifeboat