NISH holds best practices workshop
ALBANY, NY — New York State Industries for the Disabled Inc. (NYSID) hosted a two-day custodial best practices course in Albany on October 2-3, according to a press release.
The class, taught by Charles "Mickey" Crowe, was designed for custodial operations directors, project managers, senior and front-line supervisors, job coaches, quality assurance personnel and trainers in the industry, the release stated.
According to the release, the curriculum covers topics such as the Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS) and other green building certifications, an overview of estimating, workloading and managing bottom lines.
NYSID, NISH and the AbilityOne program have worked to provide employment opportunities for those with disabilities for decades; through these programs and more than 600 participating non-profit organizations, their efforts have supported more than 50,000 career opportunities, the release noted.
Custodial Best Practices is a course designed to address current issues facing organizations and is one of many different programs available through these organizations, the release added.
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