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Avon FM creating skilled workers

To help develop trained professionals, to meet the growing need of manpower and to enhance quality of service, Bangalore based Facility Management company, Avon has undertaken a unique project ‘Parivartan’. The project aims towards Rural BPL youths and is linked ... Read More »

Overview: FM Challenges

Only in the recent past has Facility Management been recognised as a core function in an organisation which can have a bearing on the bottom line. Apart from bringing down costs, good FM practices help make work place safe, comfortable and productivity-focused, says Aravind R Babu, Corporate Admin & Facilities, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd, Hyderabad Read More »

Clean India Show is back in Delhi

More than 54 exhibitors from India and abroad will be showcasing the latest in cleaning technology at the 7th Clean India Show, the most important event in the Asian cleaning calendar, from November 24-26 at the NSIC Exhibition Complex in ... Read More »

‘Maintaining facilities is a responsible job’

It’s not just the quality of work but also the attitude of housekeepers working in the facility that makes all the difference, says Rajendra L Shinde, Managing Director, Supreme Facility Management, Pune. In recent years, with growing awareness, the facility ... Read More »

The BIG Indian Market

Before we go on to say that India is THE market for the global cleaning industry to look at, an assessment of the present market forces, the trends and economic factors contributing to the overall growth is important. Five years ... Read More »

Stealth-View’s concept of FM

Mumbai based Stealth-View has introduced a new concept in Facility Management by offering comprehensive service solution. Speaking to CIJ, Subhash Kshatri Director of Stealth-View, said, “We are not going to outsource or sub contract services but provide them in-house whether ... Read More »

Amit Mittal receives Ernst & Young award

In a remarkable achievement made by a first generation entrepreneur, Amit Mittal, CMD A2Z Group bagged the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for the year 2009 in the startup category. Mittal transformed the group from a ... Read More »

Coach Cleaning

The January issue of Clean India Journal discussed at length the increased efficiency mechanised cleaning can bring both in terms of cost and the cleaning results. While building service contractors and Facility Management companies are putting equipment and chemicals to optimum use in maintaining various facilities, Railways, Airports and Highways are also experiencing the benefits of mechanisation. CIJ had earlier covered the cleaning system adopted by the Southern Railways. This time, the focus is on the Central Railway. During a visit to the Central Railway offices in Mumbai and also to one of the Railway yards, CIJ’s Mohana found that within six months of adopting mechanisation in coach cleaning, the results seem very encouraging. Read More »

Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning

Experienced facilities managers today have learned how to avoid the dangers of flame coming out of a kitchen exhaust system through a simple maintenance procedure Read More »

HR Issues…

Dr Srinivasan, CEO, HR Strategist and a corporate trainer, answers HR related questions from the readers exclusively for Clean India Journal In a housekeeping company, how can HR practices be re-established? In today’s business scenario, finance can be arranged and ... Read More »

Sealing a Healthy Service Contract

A Service Agreement regulates the provision of services by a Service Provider to its Client. The terms and pricing of Service Agreement vary depending on the type and condition of building equipment, hours of operation (24 hours per day versus 12 hours per day), Client’s budget constraints and regional location. Due to the many variables, standard terms and conditions are generally nonexistent except for basic inspection-only contracts; and even with such inspection-only contracts, the size of the building and amount of equipment included for inspection will sometimes alter the terms and price of the standard Agreement. Read More »

Hygienic Restroom Maintenance

The more traffic a facility receives, the more the number of visit to the restrooms, and the more the need to maintain these. Quality of products installed, odour, lack of ventilation and appearance – paper towels left on the floor, leaking soap dispensers, etc. – leave facility managers spending a great deal of effort on restroom maintenance. But, the right chemicals and procedure of cleaning with precaution can give the desired results. Read More »

Crisis Situation

Housekeeping plays an important role in the recovery of any organisation from a crisis situation caused by disasters at the minimum possible time Read More »