Articles Tagged with ''cleaning''
AmericanHouseCleaning.com takes their employee training process very seriously by implementing a more hands-on approach to learning as opposed to virtual learning techniques, like videos.
Three women, members of a cleaning crew who were fighting to get their paychecks from a local janitorial company, have finally received their pissing paychecks.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has announced that "in a simultaneous effort to get Bermudians back to work and reduce the issuance of work permits in the field," they have initiated a Custodial Technician Certification training program in collaboration with industry partners, including the Cleaning Management Institute (CMI).
Regardless of the strategy, cleaning managers must have the right data and expertise to manage their changing workload with the best results — a clean, healthy indoor environment.
Many facility maintenance distributors first began to notice that their industry was changing some time during the early 1990s.
Risk assessment, hard floor care and litter prevention are all subjects that should be considered.
Sanitaire now offers the SC6095 self-contained 9-gallon extractor that features a wide-cleaning path, maximum cleaning power and easy operation.
As a manager of cleaning operations, working for the same organization and seeing the same people every day, it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture.
Enslavement to misguided ideas such as “cleaning is for untaught workers” and “here are your keys training” is ending because cleaning is now known to be a measurable science, one with a rigor and accountability best expressed through ISSA’s Clean Standard and IEHA’s Integrated Cleaning and Measurement (ICM) programs.
Although the industry is deeply involved at the moment in discussions about “cleaning for health,” these conversations tend to address the needs of everyone except the cleaning workers actually performing these tasks.