Facility teams are at the forefront of leading a reassuring return to the places the world works, shops, learns, and plays.
Now more than ever, your employees and guests will value services that are highly visible. C&W Services helps you create safety-first environments through stringent processes, innovative technologies, effective products, and proactive communications.
In both visible, high-traffic areas and behind-the-scenes, we’re helping our clients build confidence among the those returning to their sites. While the reopening will look different for every type of facility—from commercial to higher education to life sciences and public venues—and we’re prepared with unique experience and insights to meet each client’s needs.
Guidelines for a Safe, Efficient Return to Work
The Return to the Workplace guide is a synopsis of our longer operations manual, used by C&W Services teams to support clients. The guide focuses on operational protocols, covering three levels of cleaning services, maintenance protocols for restarting or continuing services, and mailroom services that take into account the new normal. Download the Return to the Workplace Document.
Separate Myth Versus Reality in Combating COVID-19
One of the biggest challenges in the current environment is understanding what approaches are the best investment of your firms’ time and resources. Our latest podcast brings in two facility services experts to talk about which technologies are proven, which are emerging, and which might turn out to be COVID-19 quackery. Helping sort the wheat from the chaff when it comes to cleaning and maintenance, the podcast topics focus on the most effective ways to kill the COVID-19 virus in spaces or stop its spreading. Topics include UV light, sterilization; nanotechnology, electrostatic spray systems, well building practices for indoor air quality including MERV and HEPA filters, Ionization systems, and more.
Hear From Our Experts
Senior members of our C&W Services team participated in a webcast panel discussion about how we’re partnering with our client teams in the current COVID-19 environment. In the discussion, panel members touched on the three key areas of focus: the client perspective, maintenance, and cleaning.
Implementing Best Practices & Expertise
Our point of view on cleaning, maintenance, reception and mailroom services are based on more than 65 years of experience, backed by the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association (ISSA), and the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). Many of these practices are field-tested protocols developed directly from essential business locations where our teams are currently implementing them.