With the issue of insufficient hours for cleaning Victorian schools in the media, it’s time to re-visit the way cleaning performance standards and productivity rates are being set.
At the 8th Local Government and Public Sector Building Maintenance and Facility Management Conference, 28th Nov 2018, Sydney, Bridget Gardner will be explaining how the new Cleaning Activity Levels (CAL) model can make specifying, pricing and measuring cleaning services, more transparent, flexible and accurate.
CAL is a radically simple model for procuring better value from cleaning services. It is based on three principles:
1. A surface cannot be accurately defined or measured as ‘partially clean’.
2. The cleaning outcome is determined by the cleaning process.
3. Cleaning standards should be defined by how cleanliness is to be measured.
This presentation will demonstrate how you could use this simple model to:
· Schedule cleaning more efficiently
· Accurately cost labour requirements
· Simplify the way cleaning duties are communicated
· Provide an objective auditing framework
About the presenter
As Director of Fresh Green Clean, Bridget Gardner has been training and consulting to commercial cleaning companies and facilities managers, Australia-wide since 2008. Now considered a leading expert in best practice cleaning, Bridget has worked tirelessly to raise the standard and accountability of the cleaning industry.
Bridget is the technical expert in cleaning to the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) and was a Director of the former Construction and Property Sector Industry Skills Council (CPSISC). She is a regular contributor to Inclean magazine and is an experienced and dynamic presenter.
About the event
The 8th Local Government and Public Sector Building Maintenance and Facility Management Conference, will be held at Ridges World Square Sydney on the 27-28th November, 2018. Click the link to book and find out more.