Griffin states that building managers, occupants and customers have higher expectations today than in the past, and demand that hard floors not only shine and be clean, but also be safe and easy to maintain.
He notes that industry trade associations are establishing standards and providing certification and training programs backed up with testing, measurement and validation.
Griffin adds that equipment is being designed for easy, one-button operation, computerized for easy diagnostics and prompting and with modular components for fast repair and increased productivity.
According to Griffin, if you do cleaning work in any type of facility, there is a written industry standard that deals with the work you do, and if there isn''t one today, there will be one in the future
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