When a worker “owns” their personally assigned PPE they will be much more likely to care for it and follow PPE procedures.
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Listen carefully here: Carbon Monoxide is a very real danger to you, your employees AND your customers.
“Small” decisions can determine your fate as a owner operator in the cleaning/restoration industry.
Use this Equipment Repair Sheet (ERS) to let the office know about broken tools AND get them fixed right away.
Spring is a great time to get your equipment, truck(s) and/or you and your employees in order! But first avoid these spring cleaning dangers …
Use this QuickTIP before your spring rush to avoid internal rupture faucet leaks that cause an “unpaid water damage loss” and very unhappy clients!
For ever so many reasons you need to focus on safety in your cleaning or restoration business.
This Personal Tool and Equipment (PTE) List gives each on-location tech their very own tool box and makes them accountable.
Are you close to a Jon-Don or other reliable service location? Do you have back-up equipment? Then read no further! Likely your highest and best use isn’t wrenching on your stuff! So let the experts work on it! But if you are (like I was) many hours from the closest service center you need your […]
Stop sending broken equipment BACK into the field with this essential piece of paperwork.
Make sure your Techs have the “specialized” tools they need for each job with a “load list”. Avoid those multiple trips back to the shop!
You need your tools and chemicals in the field with the technicians. Not forgotten back at the shop! Check out Steve’s great tip using a utility cart.
Do you (and your employees) follow this “respectful” Good Manners Checklist?
Stop worrying this winter. Steve shares a great to tip to keep your van warm.
Take the FEAR out of your customers winter cleaning when you follow these winter safety procedures.