On May 18th, 2019 from 8 AM – 3 PM, we will be instructing our Cleaning Technician 101 course. This day will be filled with classroom education and hands-on time with equipment and tools basic to our industry.
The Academy had the opportunity and pleasure to conduct an afternoon class on the use of the two basic principles of all cleaning;
pH and physical removal.
This animal hospital was using their disinfectant with a parvo claim to keep their floors safe. What they learned was how bad of a tool the mop and bucket was in the process.
No matter what the product was, the pH was not being removed and therefore the disinfect film left on the flooring had become a breeding ground for all types of pathogens.
Now with the new process, they will be using, there will be a removal of the food source prior to using the disinfectant, which is precleaning and is part of any disinfection process no matter what the surface is.
Remember, mop ENEMY – Squeegee FRIEND!
Special thanks to Kathy Dube and GEM Supply for setting up this class on proper processing of floors and disinfection of surfaces.
Electrostatic application systems provide the end user with the ability to solve many of the problems that are present in current methods of disinfection. They reduce the time needed for proper disinfection, provide comprehensive coverage, use less disinfectant, and are easy to operate and maintain.
This technology is a partner to the environmental service and infection prevention teams to provide a comprehensive and efficient way to apply the most advanced chemistries and liquid solutions the world has to offer, to help reduce the environmental bioburden, improve outcomes, and lower their bottom line.
Patient Care Environments: These units should be used to disinfect after every terminal clean within acute care, intensive care units, ambulatory care and shared space environments such as group rooms, dining areas, public bathrooms, etc.
Mobile Healthcare (First Responders, Ambulances): This technology should be used daily after each transport or at a minimal after each maintenance check, restock and cleaning of the ambulance.
Durable Medical Equipment: This technology should used daily after each return of medical equipment items. Beds, mattresses, bed side commodes, ventilators, pumps, etc. Most medical equipment companies use these units after picking up of equipment from location and returning to be processed. After the initial clean, during the restage for next delivery.
“I would recommend this class to any new employee, mid-level and executive level managers, as it will open your eyes and mind to see how our field impact the lives of others every day.”
Pascale – Miami, FL
This event is hosted by;
Be sure to sign up early as the class size is limited.
Individuals for this class come from all areas of the United States and from around the globe. You never know who may inspire you with what they know and what you may learn from each other.
“The future is won by those creating the future…and not the ones trying to maintain the status quo.”
Instructor; David Thompson, Director of the Academy of Cleaning Excellence.
Mr. Thompson is an ISSA/CMI Accredited Certification Trainer with experiences as a K-12 custodian, Building Services Contractor (BSC), cleaning consultant and has been educating frontline service personnel for over 4 decades.
If you currently use these tools, then listen to what Walt has to say.
“My message to anyone in the industry would be to go! If you care about what you do and why you’re doing it, this is not an option for you! Dave’s course is packed with so much knowledge and things to take away you get what you pay for and then some! I can’t wait to return and learn more in the future!”
Walt – Plum Borough School District/PA.
Early Registration until September 2, 2018 – a $300 discount
Who should attend?
Building Service Contractors
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