The cleanest kids at St Claudine School with their pizza lunch prize from CrestClean.
The kids at St Claudine School are so thankful they won the Cleanest Classroom competition, they made a special ‘thank you’ card for CrestClean franchisees Danish and Aijita Sharma. It was presented the same day the kids received their special prize for winning the competition – a pizza lunch.
St Claudine is a Catholic School in Wainuiomata for years 1-8 students that is one of many schools in the Hutt Valley that are cleaned by Crest. “Dan and Aijita are longtime CrestClean franchisees, but they’ve only been at that school since July of 2013, so it’s pretty new and going really well,” says Hutt Valley Regional Director Clare Menzies. View More >>
Franchisees Kamini and Ashveen Raju with Charles Bush, Branch Manager of Corys Electrical Silverdale.
Franchisees Ashveen and Kamini Raju continue to raise the bar in CrestClean’s North Harbour region.
Though they’ve owned their Crest business for less than a year, the Rajus have already grown it at an impressive clip without sacrificing quality for quantity, as evidenced by this praise from the staff at Corys Electrical in Silverdale.
In a recent email of thanks, Charles Bush, Branch Manager at Corys Electrical Silverdale, wrote: “I just wanted to pass on my compliments to your team. They are doing a fantastic job here. They work well around us when we are busy, they are polite and the shop is always cleaned to a very high standard.
“I would have no hesitation in recommending you guys to my customers or colleagues.”
Their outstanding efforts have been awarded with a Certificate of Excellence, which are given to all CrestClean franchisees who receive top marks from their Customer Quality Surveys.
North Harbour Regional Director Neil Kumar says, “They’re very positive and hardworking people and I’m so pleased with the great feedback I’m receiving about them. They truly understand the value of quality customer service.”
CrestClean franchisees attending a Health and Safety site induction.
New Health and Safety legislation places clear onus on School Principals as “Officers” of their organisations.
The Government’s proposed Health and Safety Reform Bill, due to come into effect in April 2015, attempts to clearly define a set of “Positive Due Diligence” actions to be demonstrated by “Officers” of an organisation, and will require evidence to support these actions.
An Officer by definition “includes any person, other than a Director, who makes decisions that affect the whole, or a substantial part, of the business of the person conducting a business or undertaking.”
In summary, these duties are: View More >>