Custodial, Grounds and Trades Management
Bob Andrews, Associate Director, Facility Services, San Jose State University
Cassandra Contreras, Strategic Sales and Marketing Manager, CleanSource
This presentation will provide custodial and grounds management with a clear overview of "Green Cleaning." After defining "green cleaning,” we will review market drivers (including LEED, both the Existing Buildings 2.0 and the New Operations & Maintenance version); product criteria for selecting effective products and equipment; the value proposition for cleaning for health and safety; and the dollar savings that can be obtained when implementing "Green Cleaning.” Attendees will take away enough knowledge to kick-off a green cleaning program and/or add to an existing program.
Bob Andrews, Associate Director Facility Services, San Jose State University
Jim Borup, General Manager, Hillyard Construction
The Cleaning Cost Analysis Program (CCAP) provides management with the comprehensive information needed to make informed decisions. The session focuses on how CCAP supports critical management considerations: How many people should it take to clean a facility. How to: optimize productivity, determine proper product consumption, improve quality, train and retain employees and evaluate performance. The end result is a computerized blue print of the facility that provides the information necessary to effectively manage product usage, FTE cleaning requirements and associated costs, workload requirements, training and certification needs, quality control, and more.
Ben Elisondo, Manager, Operations, Safety & Work Control, CSU Northridge
Deborah Aiono, SETC Safety Officer/JHSC Chair, San Jose State University
Bill Kupfer, Director, Environmental Health and Safety and Risk Management, CSU Channel Islands
Great achievements can be accomplished through collaborative working relationships. In this session you will learn how tapping into the skills and talents of the SETCU members, CSU campus management, and CSU systemwide staff can be leveraged to create better practices for safety training, policies, and procedures. This presentation will include a panel of key members of the Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) to discuss today’s facilities’ challenges and a collaborative solution approach.
Joe Patterson, Director of Physical Plant, San Diego State University
Todd Hansen, Project Manager, RRM Design Group
Wendy Moritz, Space Planner, CSU Fresno
A campus Space Facilities Data Base (SFDB) is limited by its form, that is, columns of numbers and text are ineffective communication tools; whereas, a visual illustration of space data, uses, and needs provides the distinct advantage of comprehension. Learn how to use existing CSU tools to translate your data into color-coded floor plans, which quickly and accurately illustrate your existing facilities. We will discuss methodologies for uncovering hidden errors in your data, demonstrate the available GIS tools, and provide examples of implemented projects on CSU campuses.