Sustainable is primarily about the depletion of resources (understood as consumption), including the pressure on landfills (understood as waste). So, if the product requires the consumption of resources, or unecessiarly fills our landfills with waste; there is a predictable point where consumption can overrun our ability to supply or dispose of these consumable products. So, you might expect that sustainable product reduces that demand on non-renewable resources and lessens the volume of trash sent to land fills. Many environmentally-hyped products ignore many of the sustainable issues that have value the future of the community and our lives.
With the introduction of a brand new video series for the GCI Green Cleaning Technician course, we know that there needs to be a primer for those who are just starting in the cleaning services. We call this course, appropriately, the GCI Basic Cleaning Course. There are important reasons to set the tone and critical concepts for all new hires by a cleaning service worker. And, one of the biggest reason is the relatively high turnover rate for cleaning service workers. Routine turnover of staff can have a deteriorating affect on your service as new hires become "Hole Fillers" rather than a positive addition to your team.
The GCI Basic Cleaning course is not difficult, but an important orientation for all new workers. In a video format, the course makes sure every new worker gets an introduction that includes the expectations for the job. This course can be bypassed by your established workers, or used for a helpful reminder of their role and value in the company.
How does anyone know if your Green product is Green or pretending to be Green? Website claims can be very misleading. And, advertising has nearly no limits. That is why the Green Clean Institute has set the standard for truth in Green advertising. The Green Clean Institute seal stands for more than a honestly Green product. We verify that the claims are fair, do not leave out negative facts, and can be trusted as an environmentally-safe product.
The Green Clean Institute is not a testing lab. Lab work is offered by applicants to support claims. In the end, the public wants to purchase products that live up to the advertised promises. Therefore, our goal is to research the product ingredients, check for overt health issues, and to review the SDS and lab results.
https://www.greencleaninstitute.com/green-product-certificationThe Green Clean Institute offers various special educational programs that your organization may wish to offer to your staff or students. As a truly independent organization without product loyalties, our courses are informative and useful for those in the cleaning services. GCI certification is a non-biased reviews of the integrity of representations for Green and Healthy products or equipment.
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Our online courses can be taught in a classroom setting. With a qualified trainer, your organization can offer the GCI certification courses.
We work with work-related training centers, workforce centers, job rehabilitation, pre-release program, and work-challenged support programs.
Educate and Train your in-house facility maintenance staff with GCI courses, designed with an emphasis on improving indoor environments.
These ISSA verified courses provide a great foundation for existing and new staff with monthly updates to employ best practices in sustainable cleaning.
Environmental Services staff in healthcare settings are required to have knowledge on subjects this education and training outlines. This ISSA verified EVS program covers the special challenges found in healthcare facilities.
Provided in monthly installments, busy staff have a compliance option.
GCI certification is not like other reviews that require exhaustive testing and high fee. If your company has the independent reviews to prove the claims made, our job is to assure public confidence.
GCI is an Independent third party that can validate the sincerity and fairness of claims made.