Cleaning System Design & Workloading
Accessible by: anyone
No two buildings are alike. No single cleaning method fits every situation. Cleaning System Design & Workloading provides strategies and solutions for all cleaning professionals. This management seminar takes an in-depth look at all of the defined systems of cleaning and discusses which system is best suited to a given facility. The curriculum considers organizational structures, disciplines, and benefits of each system, as well as how to motivate staff to increase performance and quality.
All registrations will include the following tools:
- InfoClean 2.0 Workloading Software
- SmartStaffing Bidding and Estimating Guidebook
- 612 Cleaning Times Booklet
This full-day workshop will cover:
- Daytime Cleaning
- Zone or Area Cleaning
- Project Cleaning
- Specialist or Systematic Cleaning
- Skip or Deferred Activity Cleaning
- Speed Cleaning
- Gang or Seasonal Cleaning
- Cooperative Cleaning
- Hybrid Versions of Above Systems
- Workloading and Staffing
For the Building Service Contractor and In-House Service Provider
Most cleaning professionals are probably trying to do more with fewer resources. Learn how to match your facility requirements with the right cleaning system and you will maximize resources, improve cleaning quality, and take your organization to the next level of development.
For the Distributor and Manufacturer
Learn to understand your customers’ cleaning requirements, be able to put together full service solutions to meet customers’ diverse needs. Target your sales and marketing efforts to ensure your product features deliver the benefits your customers are looking for.
April 11, 2018 – Northbrook, IL at the ISSA Headquarters
Start time: 8:30 a.m.
Lunch: 12:00 p.m.
End time: 4:30 p.m.
Member rate: $545 (after March 28 price increases to $595) Nonmember rate: $745 (after March 28 price increases to $845)
Special room rates will be available in 2018!
1750 Lake Cook Rd.
Deerfield, IL 60015
About the Presenter: David Frank
David Frank is president of the American Institute for Cleaning Sciences, an independent third-party accreditation organization that establishes standards to improve the professional performance of the cleaning industry. With more than 30 years of experience, David is a leading authority in the sanitary supply industry, serving facility service providers, distributors and manufacturers.
For more information:
Lucas Wendt – CMI Training Development Specialist