Each have their special needs. I guess if I had to pick one it first would be me for paying someone 20 hours a week overtime. Not only bad management but burning out the employee as well. Besides that I would say hospital. With all the different type germs, blood, vomit and so on it would take a lot of special trainning. People that are admitted in hospitals already may have a low tolerence and the janitors need to know what to do to keep the patients as safe as they possibly can. As well as theirselves.
I clean a car dealer ship daily, it's unbeleivable how dusty those places get, plus the sales guys or so full of S*** they'll tell you anything to get you to buy a vehicle. ;D My next guys would be the lawyers office, for the same reasons. ;D
Not sure I'm totally understanding the question but here's my opinion for what it's worth.
While each of these have their issues I think the one working at the attorney's offices would need more training. He's working at a busy office and would need to learn how to clean without being intrusive. Also, there is a lot of privacy issues that he might need to be more aware of not to mention they are litigators after all. The "sue factor" is much higher. ;D
I use to buff floors at a couple of nursing homes. We ran into a lot of issues. The patients trying trick us into opening a door, the patients trying to sneak by us, the patients hollaring at us to help them . Then you had the nice nurse and mean nurse to deal with . You never knew when someone would walk out a room door and onto a fresh mopped floor. I would say there is a lot excitement at the nursing homes. Perhaps that could be the answer.
Lots of great answers to this, don`t really think there is a wrong answer!
Ok from the email, and you have to also watch the video below. The whole training issue is: life decisions, being wise.
Least amount of training, B Janitor that works daily M-F 9-9 at high end car dealership? Janitor B Is encountering customers and have interaction who come in looking to purchase 1/2 million dollars car`s his apperance has to be up to par, but is told only to yes sir/ no sir, let me find someone to help you responses.
Least amount of training, D Janitor that works daily M-F 9-9 at busy attorneys office? D Janitor has to keep the law offices spic and span, dealing with customers are seldom, if approached his answers may be the same as janitor B, or further client customer interaction by directing to rest rooms.. etc.
Most amount of training: Janitor`s A & C daily can run into life problems where there is no planned response. Real life issues. A patient asks "Am I going to die" , janitors can run into situations of bedside manner and acts of kindness where that janitor might be the only person around. More interaction with human beings who are in need of help. Janitor`s A & C also have to have the psychological training of dealing with patients on a daily basis and the training to understand that the next day they go to work, such patient may have passed away. If you ask a janitor at a hospital how hard there job is, they describe it as very hard.
More information at video here:
[/b] [/i] Do you know the right answer post it below, and why.
Which janitor needs more training?
A Janitor that works daily M-F 9-9 at hospital?
B Janitor that works daily M-F 9-9 at high end car dealership?
C Janitor that works daily M-F 9-9 at nursing home?
D Janitor that works daily M-F 9-9 at busy attorneys office?