When you’re responsible for maintaining schools, restaurants, hotels, nursing homes or other facilities, the cleaning work you do has a direct bearing on the health of people who use those facilities—and on the economic health of the enterprise.
It’s easy for hotels to overlook the power of a single TripAdvisor or Yelp review. But rest assured, consumers pay attention, and one negative review can ruin your reputation for countless potential guests.
One of the facility manager’s many jobs is to ensure that the floors in their building are constantly maintained. Dust and other allergens brought in by daily foot traffic can pose serious health threats to occupants and prove detrimental to your business’ workflow and overall performance.
When you’re responsible for hotel supply procurement, it’s natural to focus on product cost. After all, the impact of cost on your bottom line is easy to calculate and immediately obvious. But the relationship between cost and profitability isn’t so obvious.
For facility managers, proper health and safety don’t just mean abiding by the assigned regulations. In reality, it goes much further than that.