THE FIVE CRITICAL ELEMENTS OF FACILITY MANAGEMENT
Cleaning Systems, Strategies and Management Support
There are many ways resouces can be more restricted the same time that expectations about healthier, cleaner results and area to be cleaned are increasing.
You may have asked yourself, how long can this trend continue? You need a continual system of improvement aimed at increasing results while responding to increasing pressures.
Data-Based Cleaning Management is a specific, step-by-step process with a track record including over a decade of success in all sizes of school district. It helps improve the cost to clean by as much as 40% while simultaneously making way for specific improvements in the definition of clean within your buildings. The process helps helps transform the ordinary cleaning supply vendor relationship into a synergistic, collaborative, team effort.
This PUR-O-ZONE program has worked at many schools. Select an evaluation below to establish baseline data your department can use to advantage. Gathering initial soft and hard data will begin a focus on the 95% of your resources that are not supply line items.
EVALUATE. PLAN. IMPLEMENT. OPTIMIZE.
A LITTLE ABOUT ALIGNMENT:
A. The five critical elements are:
B. The process of improving cleaning outcomes is called Alignment. It is a proven method with more than a decade of positive results in a variety of venues. It is a flexible program where you are in the driver's seat at all stages.
C. In facilities with internal cleaning departments, we have helped customers document up to 40% total budget reductions with better "definition of clean" for that facility.
D. We can help you create baselines with Custodial Services Satisfaction Surveys, Technology Reviews and Monthly Building Evaluations.