Education Targets Workloading, Staff Turnover, Technology And Combating Flu
The Cleaning Summit Midwest 2019, which takes place on Oct. 24 at the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, will feature high-level education that facility cleaning managers, executive housekeepers and building service contractors won't be able to find anywhere else. Topics that will be covered during the five hours of education and networking roundtables includes:
• How to properly workload and budget for cleaning
• Tips the reduce turnover and improve employee training
• Emerging cleaning technologies and how they can complement existing programs
• Infection prevention tips that combat the flu and other dangerous outbreaks
This one-day event will also include a behind-the-scenes museum tour of the Harley Davidson Museum — one of the most globally iconic brands to date. Attendees will learn about overcoming cleaning challenges while taking in Harley's rich background and viewing more than 450 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and hundreds of thousands of artifacts from the Harley-Davidson Motor Company's 110-year history.
In addition to the above, attendees will be provided lunch and plenty of time to network with industry experts, Facility Cleaning Decisions/Contracting Profits/CleanLink personnel and other cleaning management professionals. Registrants will also receive four hours of Continuing Education Credits (CEUs).
For additional details and registration information, click here.
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