Commercial Cleaning and Facility Management FAQ
HOW CAN FACILITY MANAGEMENT IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY?
Facility management is a holistic process which caters to the “non-core” aspects of a business’s operation. It includes things like keeping the office space clean, managing inter-departmental information exchange, assigning parking spaces, planning the office space and all other activities which keep the business operational. If plans are not in place to cater for these needs, we will have a disorganized workspace which in turn would lower productivity.
WHAT IS FACILITY MANAGEMENT?
Facility Management is about all those services – both visible and invisible to the day-to-day building occupants – which ensure the building operates reliably and supports the business operations. It’s about the janitorial and technical services as much as it’s about space planning, developing and managing budgets, utilities monitoring, mitigating impacts of government regulation, and reporting to upper management on the performance of facility management program and processes.
WHY IS FACILITY MANAGEMENT IMPORTANT?
The goal of any business is to cut losses and increase ROI and an effective facility management program is essential to achieving that. It covers nearly every aspect of the business and plays a major role in helping the company achieve their business objectives.
WHY IS COMMERCIAL CLEANING IMPORTANT?
Commercial cleaning is important in keeping the workplace clean, tidy and organized. Due to the number of persons who use commercial buildings, there is a good chance infections may abound and commercial cleaning helps prevent this. Also, it ensures things that go wrong in the office complex for example when things are not organized in the office, there is a higher chance of accidents and this means more money being paid as litigation fees and for compensation. To avoid this, hiring a commercial cleaning service is essential.
WHAT IS COMMERCIAL CLEANING?
Commercial cleaning is a cleaning service targeted at businesses such as shops, offices, bars, factories, and restaurants.