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Seasonal Challenges of Housekeeping

Housekeeping takes a beating mostly during rains, as even a flexible cleaning schedule makes achieving 100% result a challenge. Managing flexible and demanding housekeeping schedules in wet seasons get tricky in high traffic and sensitive areas. Clean India Journal speaks ... Read More »

Harvesting housekeeping challenges

In my 18 years of tenure in housekeeping in hotels & resorts, I have managed to provide clean, hygienic and safe environment with luxury to guests as a top priority,” says Jagdish Deval, Manager Housekeeping, Madhubhan Resort & Spa, Anand ... Read More »

Yes, Dirtying can be forgiven!

The operations of a team of janitors yield the required results on a given premises only when well supervised. The role of the supervisor gets all the more challenging when it comes to meeting cleaning standards in a mental hospital. ... Read More »

‘CSR in Housekeeping’

Housekeeping has tremendous potential to employ even the physically challenged people and is capable of harnessing the best out of them. At Lemon tree Hotels, over 10% of the group employees are from this segment of the population,” informs Navina ... Read More »

Reward & Recognition Making a difference

Housekeeping is a continuous process which requires an inspired team of people working with diligence and putting in efforts to tackle the most challenging cleaning chores. One can easily understand the challenges of housekeeping and maintenance of an industrial facility ... Read More »

Investing in Housekeeping

Housekeeping is a key department of a hotel. As we understand hotel business, there are two major revenue centres – Rooms Division and Food & Beverage Division. “Housekeeping is an integral part, both in terms of creating a standard product ... Read More »

Need for skilled manpower

The hospitality industry in India is growing by leaps and bounds, and poised to become the second largest employer in the world by 2019. Housekeeping, which forms the heart of the hospitality industry, is keeping pace with the growth. The ... Read More »

BSNL to outsource cleaning

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is planning to outsource cleaning and housekeeping job on an annual basis. Sunil K Mukhopadhyay, Assistant General Manager (Material & Maintenance) told Clean India Journal, “The job entails sweeping of road, cleaning of roof tops, ... Read More »

IOCL outsources housekeeping

Indian Oil Corporation Limited, a Public Sector Undertaking under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, is planning to outsource maintenance of washrooms and housekeeping at its office block plants inside Digboi refinery, Assam. Sunil Phukan, Chief Maintenance Manager, Refinery ... Read More »

Need for Mechanization and Quality Services

Having made a start with servicing small enterprises and focus on select segments like Healthcare and Front Office Management, Sunrise Facility Management Group today is providing FM services in 23 states and Integrated Facility Management Services (IFMS) in 16 states. ... Read More »

Educating the customer about quality

Having created a niche in equipment related to Extrusion, Satellite Plastic Industries has established its brush making machines with the evolving cleaning industry, Rajiv Sanghavi, Director, shares his views on value for money products and customer education with Clean India Journal Read More »

Hygiene in Housekeeping

In common parlance hygiene in housekeeping denotes general care, cleanliness, orderliness and maintenance of business property. But hygiene is much more than just maintenance of premises. Clean India Journal speaks to some experts in the hospitality and other industries, where hygiene in housekeeping plays a very important role. Read More »

IOCL seeks better cleaning technology

Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), a public sector undertaking under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas is planning to outsource post shutdown cleaning job at its Haldia Refinery in West Bengal. Informed BP Sarkar, Chief Maintenance Manager, IOCL, “The ... Read More »

Temple Cleaning activity of Faber Sindoori

Renowned temples in Chennai are now being maintained by Faber Sindoori Management Services Private Limited. Lathaa Ganesh, Senior General Manager (Housekeeping) told Clean India Journal, “Cleaning a temple has amazing merits and we have been given the opportunity to accumulate ... Read More »

Faber Sindoori offers free service to old age home

While contract cleaning for commercial clients is any service provider’s core business, it also pays high dividends to service institutions like old age homes and orphanages. The Faber Sindoori Management Services Pvt Ltd team operating at Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore, as ... Read More »

Creating benchmarks in Cleaning Standards

Namrata Marwaha, Executive Housekeeper, the Leela Palace Kempinski, New Delhi, has been with the group for the last three decades spearheading the housekeeping divisions of various Leela properties. Namrata is passionate about building & motivating her team and bringing in creative ideas in housekeeping. Read More »

The business of Keeping – IT CAMPUSES CLEAN

The growth of Indian cleaning industry is directly related to the growth of IT business and the resultant increase in the number of IT campuses. The fact that India has a top position in the global IT services sector, maintaining high standards of delivery is an expected norm. The IT sector believes that healthy working environment has a significant impact on business competitiveness. Clean India Journal visits the Bangalore campuses of India’s IT giants Wipro and Infosys and speaks to the facility heads to understand the systems put in place to keep the offices and premises clean. While Wipro has outsourced the maintenance to Facility Management companies – JLL, Sodexo and CBRE, Infosys prefers to get the job done with a combination of inhouse and outsourced resources. Read More »