Below is an excerpt from the cleaners Chronicle issued by DETA [aka Education QLD] for QLD state schools last August. It is still current.
Time is allocated for cleaners engaged in schools to clean the tuckshop area.
It is expected that the tuckshop, on the days it has been used, would be left in a reasonable state by the tuckshop convenor and/or helpers. This would include ensuring that the benches, sinks and floor are free of food scraps and cooking utensils such as pots, knives etc.
Cleaners are required to clean the floor, benches and sinks on a daily basis or on the days when the tuckshop is used. This includes all areas of the tuckshop including any office, toilet and store areas.
Cleaners are also required to clean the walls, shelves (if clear of stock), windows, louvers, roller shutters, fans, heaters and the outside of larger appliances such as fridges, freezers, microwaves, stoves, pie warmers etc. on a progressive basis. The frequency will depend on the condition of the tuckshop and the cleaner’s workloads.
Cleaners are not required to clean the inside of larger appliances such as fridges, freezers (including walk-in cool rooms), microwaves, stoves, pie warmers etc. In vacation periods, cleaners can be requested to wipe out fridges after they have been defrosted.
In some schools the tuckshop convenor has taken on the full responsibility for the cleaning of the tuckshop. This is a local decision. In these instances, the time allocated to the cleaners for cleaning the tuckshops is not removed, however allocated to other areas within the school.