We are now seeing a new use for color-coding systems, this time as an efficient way to help facilities become more sustainable, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, curb energy and water use and cut operating costs
We live in an environment of constant change. Everyone in an organization is asked to take on more responsibilities and be more efficient while attempting to produce better products or services.
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Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools (PC4HS) board membe rRoni Barkeris the recipient of the 2013 Washoe County School District (WCSD) K12 Education Foundation Education Support Professional (ESP) of the Year Award, in the Plant Facilities category.
Our society’s love affair with cleaning based primarily on “surface” or “superficial” aspects might lead to short-term, unhappy and even “cheap” relationships between cleaners and customers.
There is a shift taking place in the industry; increasingly, building operators see clean facilities as an investment that both attracts and protects occupants and customers.
Not only is cleaning the largest component of the facilities budget, but it is also the most visible piece of the management function — and, it has an impact on occupant health and hygiene.
In November 2012, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) issued a health advisory about the dangers of misusing pesticides to treat bedbug infestations.