What is the perception created amongst your staff about the value of cleaning and its relative importance at your establishment or facility? This perception may be called the “Culture of Clean”. Like the political spectrum, the culture of clean within any facility ranges from proactive on one end to reactive on the other.
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• A focus on preventing surfaces from getting dirty.
• The purpose of cleaning is to preserve facility assets and maintain a clean appearance as well as the health of building occupants.
• Maintenance frequency is tied to traffic levels.
• Facility appearance is consistently clean.
• Cleaning is viewed as an investment in facilities and one that protects the health, well-being and morale of building occupants.
• Wait until surfaces become dirty before cleaning.
• Cleaning is done only for the sake of appearance.
• Facility appearance is highly inconsistent.
• Treat all surfaces the same, regardless of traffic.
• Cleaning is viewed as an expense that can be cut with little or no consequence.
Where do you sit?
Based upon today’s budget realities, while a proactive culture is desired while cleaning establishment, it can be difficult to achieve with limited staff. Chances are you may sit somewhere on the spectrum, but the push needs to be toward the proactive end of the spectrum. A proactive culture may seem more expensive, but it is far less expensive in the long run than a reactive one while using the best cleaning products.
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