Enter any living space, home or an office, hotel or airport lounge, and the standard of cleanliness will form your first idea of a place. Cleaner the place, better the image you form. If the things are messed up, given chance, you would not like to deal with the place again in anyway. That is why one people going a long way to clean up. More so in corporate world.
The cleaning of living spaces – interior and exterior – is a fine art as well as science. The living spaces cleaning activities includes the cleaning of edifice’s facades and floors, the cleaning of steel structures such as bridges, wind turbines, and the cleaning of tunnels, sewage systems as well as items placed inside the space.
In modern living spaces, such as office blocks, supper stores, hotels or a hospital, facades and partitions made of glass are widely used. To maintain the characteristics and transparency of these building elements over the long term, they have to be regularly cleaned. How these requirements can be met cost-efficiently and with the necessary thoroughness.
One needs to have a right product for a right job. May be your cleaning staff doesn’t know the difference between cotton cleaning material and micro fiber cleaning material. Which one absorbs water more and which one lasts longer? I suggest the mangers at the upper ladder of the pyramid need to decide before bulk purchase. That is how any concern can save on cleaning products. No? . . . . Read the rest of this article »
Without the army of cleaners, an economy would grind to a halt. The global army of home cleaners, mostly behind the scene, is very important fabric of society. News is that the International Labour Organisation (ILO) is trying to change the working condition of domestic workers including domestic cleaners at its annual conference this month. “The Convention Concerning Decent Work for Domestic Workers has been three years in the making. Its goal is to limit working hours, guarantee weekly days off, ensure a minimum wage and protect domestic workers from violent employers. And this is a very good news.
What is more, social media is also coming into change the working conditions o home workers and cleaners. The emergence of many Facebook groups and blogs, such as Migrant Rights is a case in point. It is in this milieu that I suggest we have a look around and see what is happening in our own domains, in our homes or offices, and may be play our parts to accelerate this change.
Do you know the name of the worker who cleans your home or office? How much is he or she being paid? More importantly, are they equipped with efficient and functional cleaning tools that can make their difficult job easy? Who buys brooms, dust beaters, Vacuum Cleaners, buckets and other cleaning equipment for you? If you do it yourself, buy the best. This will not only give you better cleaning at your living spaces but will also make cleaning workers’ life easy. A little though and a few bucks can go a long way to make this world a better place with better cleaning and satisfied cleaning workers. . . . . Read the rest of this article »