Standards And Certifications
Healthcare organizations have a new reason to be concerned about how their patients perceive the cleanliness of hospitals and patient rooms.
On May 21, 23 of the school districts' custodial staff completed aCleaning Management Institute (CMI) training program initiated four years ago.
Dedication to employee development is a clear sign that an organization is taking the right steps in preparing individuals for success and advancement.
To meet evolving needs of the “connected customer,” hotels can build a strong online reputation by focusing on building the four pillars of guest satisfaction: image, cleanliness, safety and security.
Improperly conducted custodial training can be stagnant, resulting in a lack of focus and understanding, and workers may not learn the proper techniques.
Regardless of the type or size of the organization, having a comprehensive cleaning program that stems from its overall sustainability goals is essential to helping the organization meet them.
GS-42 compiles industry best practices and standards regarding green cleaning, of which all commercial and institutional cleaning services — but especially BSCs — should be aware.
Because of the program’s adaptability, we always find a way to train trainers and leave schools much cleaner and healthier than they were before we came.
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