He might be there just five hours each week but the huge difference he’s making to the school’s appearance is a hot topic of conversation for parents and teachers. Kath Joblin, Principal at St Thomas More Catholic School, says having a caretaker on a contract arrangement has worked out better than she could have imagined.
Kids were just itching to grab a piece of the action when a prize of six rugby balls arrived at their school. Principal Gareth Swete found plenty of young hands willing to try out the balls he won in a promotion to celebrate the success of Crest PropertyCare – CrestClean’s new caretaking service for schools.
It didn’t take long for children at an Auckland school to get their hands on rugby balls won by their principal. Richard Johnston was one of the six lucky winners in a promotion to celebrate the success of Crest PropertyCare – CrestClean’s new caretaking service for schools. He revealed his win to pupils at Panmure
Crest PropertyCare personnel have stepped up to the mark by embracing a tailor-made training course to make sure they have the technical know-how to tackle every task they face. The course was overseen by Adam Hodge, the Director of CrestClean’s in-house training and upskilling unit – the Master Cleaners Training Institute. Adam says it is
There will be no shortage of rugby balls when kids return to Hamilton’s Te Kowhai School next term. Tony Grey was one of six lucky principals who won a bag of rugby balls as part of a promotion to celebrate the success of Crest PropertyCare – CrestClean’s new caretaking service for schools. “It’s a nice
When Kay Crofskey entered a draw to win a bag of rugby balls she didn’t exactly rate her chances of being one of the six lucky winners. “I’m not usually lucky but I am very happy to be a winner this time,” said Kay, Principal of Welbourn School, New Plymouth. Good fortune shone on Kay
When Steve Matthews scored a bag of rugby balls for his school the timing of his win couldn’t be better. Steve, the Principal of Tasman Bay Christian School, was one of the six lucky winners in a promotion to celebrate the success of Crest PropertyCare – CrestClean’s new caretaking service for schools. Touch rugby is
A health and safety expert says schools are risking heavy fines if their caretaker falls off a ladder and has not got adequate safe systems of work in place for working at heights. Chris Chapman believes a number of caretakers have never had any specific training for their role and are failing to comply with
CrestClean business owners Randeep Singh and Murray Kelly have taken their skillset to the next level. The pair flew through an intensive training course that equips franchisees with the knowledge to tackle just about any floor surface they are likely to encounter. Each year more than 200 unique training events are run for CrestClean’s franchisees
Auckland’s Glen Taylor School has a new caretaker and Principal Chris Herlihy couldn’t be happier with the decision they made to go with Crest PropertyCare. From the moment Hari Krishna took over caretaking duties the effect was crystal clear to everyone, says Chris. “When Hari came on board the community started to notice from day
Safety-conscious school caretaker Murray Kelly is vigilant about keeping himself and others safe. He’s always on the lookout for labour-saving devices that not only bring efficiencies to his role at Waimataitai School but cut down the likelihood of anyone getting hurt. So much so that when it came time to get up the ladder and
When CrestClean caretaker Manjinder Sandhu needs to know what his next task should be it’s his smartphone that he turns to. For an innovative app not only displays a live list of current jobs that need his attention, it’s totally changed the way he works at Auckland’s Summerland Primary School. It means Manjinder can get