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Efficient QLEEN-ing From Germany

Innovative QLEEN Pure Water Cleaning Systems, manufactured by Lehmann, contribute to making glass, façade and transportation cleaning works even more safe and effi cient. Lehmann supports the implementation of sustainable cleaning concepts with professional solutions that reduce the consumption of water, energy and cleaning agents.

In transportation cleaning, fl exibility and availability are central issues. Cleaning equipment and products are also subject to special requirements. These include highly durable systems to wash vehicles and carriage exteriors.

“Pure water technology is convincing with transportation cleaning, too”, said Hanns Joachim Supthut, company-owner and pioneer in the development of effi cient and

UK Cleaning And FM Companies May Be Wasting Millions

On Overpayments Ezitracker, the electronic monitoring service for remote workers, has been adopted by 15 of the UK’s largest cleaning and FM companies, and based on verifi ed attendance reports Ezitracker have suffi cient robust data to indicate that an average of 15% of contracted labour is not actually delivered.

Ezitracker estimate that if extrapolated for all employers of large numbers of cleaning and other remote workers, it may mean they are wasting millions of pounds on overpayments for contracted FM services.

ergonomic cleaning processes. “By using the power of pure demineralised water, the Lehmann products and systems enable clear views and cleanliness. Water in its purest form has a strong cleaning capability, so that no additional detergents are needed. Because minerals and salts are fi ltered out of the water, the surface will be spotless without white marks and drying.”

Being a system free from chemicals, QLEEN is non corrosive and proven as particularly effective for the cleaning of glass, alloys, polycarbonate, stone, ceramics, stainless steel or painted metals. Even stubborn dirt (e.g. insect

John Moore, Managing Director of Ezitracker, said: “Ezitracker provides a real-time verifi ed report on the actual hours worked, and its payroll integration feature allows this information to be seamlessly integrated into leading payroll systems, so that actual hours worked can be matched against contracted hours. This results in a massive reduction in the administrative burden of paper timesheets, resulting in substantial savings in payroll processing. And more importantly, as our research now shows, by providing a precise third party record of actual hours worked on site by remote staff, Ezitracker eliminates fraud, reduces payroll overpayments, discrepancies, arbitration disputes and time spent on supervision.

“We have clients in the Cleaning and FM sector employing hundreds and even thousands of cleaning staff,

deposits) can be removed quickly and without residues. Tilted surfaces of different size and inclination can be cleaned fast due to a wide selection of bows and joints. Even problematic spots or heights can be easily reached from the ground with the individually adaptable pole system.

QLEEN systems are used for cleaning the chassis or front and the vision area of speed trains, aircrafts, buses and trucks. They help to support the cleaning of all types and designs of on-street infrastructure as well as the cleanliness of stations, bus shelters, arrival and departure buildings or ports and terminals.

and by using Ezitracker they are now seeing substantial reductions in operating costs; in some cases six fi gure annual savings.”

Verifi ed time and attendance is established by remote working staff dialling into Ezitracker’s freephone number using a fi xed line phone, and when they key in their unique PIN the system automatically captures the employee’s ID, site ID and attendance time. Data can be accessed online by authorised managers in real- time, at any hour, every day of the year. On leaving the site staff log out by a similar process. In addition to landlines, Ezitracker can be set to work with smartphones in conjunction with a mobile app that scans a unique coded site tag to verify location, wall mounted biometric terminals and fi xed wireless telephones. 69

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