2 edition of Supervisor"s guide to custodial & building maintenance operations found in the catalog.
Supervisor"s guide to custodial & building maintenance operations
Edwin B. Feldman
by Cleaning Management Institute in Irvine, Calif. (15550-D Rockfield Blvd., Irvine 92718)
Written in English
|Other titles||Supervisor"s guide to custodial and building maintenance operations., Custodial & building maintenance operations., Custodial and building maintenance operations.|
|Statement||by Edwin B. Feldman.|
|LC Classifications||TX955 .F42 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <2 > ;|
|LC Control Number||87082941|
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This training manual is designed to help you better understand your Size: 1MB. Maintenance and Operations Administrative Guidelines for School Districts and Community Colleges Determining the number of custodial staff positions is often a dif ﬁ cult Supervisors guide to custodial & building maintenance operations book for administrators.
It requires a plausible justiﬁ cation for deﬁ ning the labor force necessary to. Custodial Supervisors supervise and coordinate custodial staff responsible for cleaning the premises of various facilities and buildings.
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The written O&M program should state clearly the O&M policies and procedures for that building, identify and describe the administrative line of authority for that building, and should clearly define the responsibilities of key partici- pants, such as the Asbestos Program Manager and custodial and maintenance supervisors and staff.
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