Articles Tagged with ''cleaning''
Floorcare is typically one of the most labor-intensive and costly tasks in the professional cleaning industry.
The government's two-week custodian training program will soon see 20 local workers certified for janitorial work with the Ministry of Education.
Rex Morrison, founder, Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools, to speak at 4th Annual Green Schools National Conference.
In-house managers and building service contractors are faced with a highly unpredictable economy, declining revenues and budget shortfalls. In order to operate effectively in this environment they must assemble an innovative strategy to clean buildings with less labor and materials.
CMI will host their next Train the Trainer of 2014 in Albany, New York, on May 13-15.
On one hand, the pricing of a carpet cleaning job appears to be a simple mathematical calculation. However, you may realize that there are numerous variables involved that will impact the service.
Supply Line 2014, the annual trade show for NJSSA, the Association of Mid-Atlantic Cleaning Experts, will host an ISSA Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS) ISSA Certification Expert (I.C.E.) workshop April 29.
Professional cleaning operations call upon a wide array of sustainable techniques and technologies to generate higher profits, improve worker productivity and lessen their environmental impact.
Training is often placed on the back burner because organizations are consumed by the day-to-day tasks and the pressure to do more with less. As a result, they feel there is not enough time to dedicate to training and development programs.
One of the greatest responsibilities a facility or property manager has is to ensure that the premises are properly maintained. From restrooms and floors, to exteriors and sidewalks, making the right first impression on clients and visitors is crucial to the success of the businesses that use the facilities.