Cleaning is vital to public health, yet the role of the janitor (or custodian) is often perceived negatively—and not only by building occupants, but also by janitors themselves.
Too many organizations constantly react to complaints or service deficiencies as opposed to preparing and training the organization on systems discipline.
From what I have learned during my first few months working on CMM, data is playing a growing role in the commercial cleaning and facilities management industries.
It’s never the intention of a cleaning company or in-house cleaning operation to over promise and under deliver.
In commercial property management settings, there are a number of sources from which odors can originate. Thankfully, there are also several tactics you can use around your facility to make sure odors don’t become a problem.
No matter how smart, experienced or dedicated, a manager must depend on his or her team to successfully meet the needs of each facility.
Without a doubt, learning about the different ways cleaning operations and their employees protect the public has been a rewarding and worthwhile pursuit.
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