ROI with Trained Cleaning Staff
- Fewer job-related injures
- Far more productive
- Reduced asset damage
- Fewer occupant complaints
- Reduce insurance premiums
- Increase HCAP Scores
- Reduce turnover (147% 2013 Industry-wide standard)
Clean for Health
In the U.S. alone, Lost productive time (LPT) accounts for $225.8 billion per year*. Cleaning for health (aka. “hygiene intervention”) can reducing absenteeism by as much as 46%‡
Contact DOCS Facility Solutions and discover how better janitorial services improve your bottom line.
*Journal of Occupational Environmental Media 2003
‡Kimberly Clark Professional
DOCS offers targeted training classes, many of which are certified by CMI. In services, classes include Basic Custodial to Supervisory training. Advanced training includes HIPAA and Blood-borne pathogen topics. DOC’S training is suitable for beginning Technicians, Managers and Company owners looking to assure excellent service and profitability.
Consulting services works with those managing in-house cleaning staff as well as other cleaning companies. Through this structured process, DOC’S displays how best to develop a plan addressing the client’s specific key needs on: Price; Image; Productivity; Sustainability; and Health & Safety.
To dramatically improve the quality and the health impact of professional cleaning services, through direct consultation with commercial cleaning companies on best practices and through comprehensive needs assessments and ongoing support for small- and medium-sized businesses.
DOC’S team is built to meet the multiple needs of our clients and industry; Certified janitorial cleaners and trainers; Trainers for managing cleaning staff; Customer service, Accounting and Marketing.
Are you interested in owning your own successful janitorial company?
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