ISSA Cleaning Times Directory
ISSA’s Official Cleaning Times and Tasks directory serves a primary goal of helping service providers determine the amount of time it will take to maintain a facility through verified products and brands.
ISSA’s Official Cleaning Times and Tasks guidebook started in the 1960’s with a primary goal of helping service providers determine the amount of time it will take to maintain a facility. The guidebook evolved over the years to become the most sought out resource in ISSA’s history. The evolution of this resource continues with the introduction of the Cleaning Times Validated Product Directory.
Check out the directory and see which products are validated!
Frequently asked questions
Why is the Validated Product Directory important?
- Facility Service Providers desire the validation to production rate claims from manufacturers that set the baseline for staffing levels within the facility.
- Building Service Contractors leverage production rates as their baseline for bidding and estimating projects.
- Manufacturers utilize production rate claims to help them compete at a high level.
How long does a validation take?
- 60 total days between the product validation and full report provided back to the manufacturer after the application has been processed.
- When a validation and case study is elected, the total time will increase to a maximum of 90 days.
Who utilizes the Official ISSA Cleaning Times & Tasks?
The ISSA Cleaning Times has been adopted as the standard in government, health-care, education, and other industry segments in the United States as well as incorporated into a wide variety of workloading and quality programs as the standard default task times.
What is the Official ISSA Cleaning Times & Tasks guidebook used for?
Cleaning times are the starting point for preparing bids and estimates for budgeting labor and workloading based on cleaning tasks and the time it takes to complete them. Cleaning times identify efficiencies through increased productivity by utilizing different equipment, tools, and technology. The cleaning times are built using five components: task, tool, time, total units, and training. Purchase a copy here.
How to utilize cleaning times and tasks for your operation:
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