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As i am working in HR & Administration as my seniors are giving me overall hardcore House keeping department as i have not any knowledge about the chemicals which are used for housekeeping activities.
So you are requested to pls provide me details of Chemicals which are used in house keeping activities.
Waiting for your positive reply.
Thanks & Rgards
well i would suggest u to go www.johnsondiversey.com.
they lead this field. u will get all the information of housekeeping chemicals there.
Dear Shivraj, Please let me know what kind of set up is ur office? Are u working in the plant or a seperate corp office?
a) Good Hygiene Practices: this will come in real handy as this spells a laid down standard used by Pharma/ food processing industries.
b) NIOSH guidelines: these are v imp eg using extension cords is a bad housekeeping practise: therefore extn cords must not be used beyond 15days
another eg is safe storage of chemicals or ventilation (Factories act refers to that)
if you need help let me know
Johnson Diversey are the leaders in chemicals used for cleaning in INdia. Most of the HK companies & FM companies in India use JD as their vendor. They have various chemicals from R1 to R5 which deal with various surfaces which are required to be cleaned.
You can check their website,It might be useful.
You can also check this website. this is one for the HK & hospitality industry.Express Hospitality
Please let me understand which type of Industry do you work and I shall tell you in detail the chemicals to be used . Further if you are interested to entry into the comprehensive agreement to manage H K services let me know , I shall help you.
Please write to my personal email or you can contact +91 9945287504.
Regars and Best Wishes,
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