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POST PANDEMIC: MOVING FORWARDS


of the team. An individual can physically audit and digitally log whether specifications have been upheld and that the task has been delivered to the required standard. Likewise, the individual can require a detailed breakdown of tasks to be ticked off in future, and accompanying imagery to be logged if required.


This, in addition to contactless QR codes placed on various locations around the building, will allow cleaning staff to keep on top of any reported issues and get instant access to additional actions that need to take place. By being able to pick up tasks that weren’t in their original allocation, it reduces the need to send further cleaners to the same location, avoiding unnecessary contact and crowding.


While FM teams are there to provide safe spaces, and instill confidence in customers that their environment is safe, it’s also important to consider the needs of the cleaners themselves. CAFM technology can optimise their routes so they avoid as much interaction as possible, only


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clean spaces once they are fully vacant and provide any additional instructions for their safety.


Cleaners have been the unsung heroes in FM for many years, and now more than ever, strategy, technology and data will work together to better serve buildings and the people that occupy them. While social distancing will be a key driver for safety in the workplace, cleaners and the wider FM team will be undertaking an exhaustive assessment and implementation plan that will provide the safest environment possible.


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