Bridget Gardner is presenting a webinar entitled: ‘Contracted cleaning services for healthy and efficient buildings‘ for the Green Building Council of Australia, Tuesday 20th Nov, 12:30pm.
About this webinar:
There is growing evidence that facility cleaning services can have a big impact on a building’s air quality, and occupant wellbeing. The implementation of green cleaning protocols can directly help your organisation achieve up to four Green Star Performance credits, and improve your landfill and energy targets. Yet the challenge of engaging with contracted services and an after-hours workforce, means that many opportunities for training, measuring and improving performance are lost.
In this 45 minutes webinar, Bridget will explain how to influence existing contractor agreements and embed stronger controls into future procurement process. The presentation will be followed by 15 minutes of questions.
- Understand which cleaning service requirements can directly and indirectly help your organisation to achieve Green Star Performance credits.
- Learn how to identify the leverage points within existing cleaning contracts and how to use them to engage with after-hours cleaning personnel and managers.
- Receive a practical guide to the five key aspects of the procurement process necessary for building stronger and more measurable future agreements.
Bridget Gardner is considered the Australian authority on sustainable cleaning practices. She was the technical expert in cleaning during the development of Green Star-Performance, a Director on the former Construction and Property Sector Industry Skills Council (CPSISC), and is a frequent contributor to industry journals.
As Director of Fresh Green Clean, Bridget has provided training, auditing and contract documentation since 2006, and has worked in the cleaning industry for 17 years. She is skilled at researching and translating complex information into practical and actionable information, is a qualified trainer and facilitator and an experienced and dynamic presenter.