Solving Today’s Airport Cleaning Challenges: How to Restore Traveler Confidence Through Best Practices and Robotics

10 September 2020 (Last Updated September 23rd, 2020 16:03)

The global Covid-19 pandemic has prioritised cleaning efficacy in airports and other high-traffic locations, but what is the new standard for cleanliness, and how can airport operations and facilities executives rise to meet one of the greatest challenges of their careers?

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Solving Today’s Airport Cleaning Challenges: How to Restore Traveler Confidence Through Best Practices and Robotics
Discover the best cleaning practices for airports to help improve sanitation and decrease the risk of disease transfer. Credit: Gerald Friedrich / Pixabay

The global Covid-19 pandemic has prioritised cleaning efficacy in airports and other high-traffic locations, but what is the new standard for cleanliness, and how can airport operations and facilities executives rise to meet one of the greatest challenges of their careers?

You can view our on-demand webinar to learn about the latest airport cleaning best practices that decrease the risk of disease transfer and improve safety while maintaining the airport image that travellers expect. Learn how airports are increasingly utilising robotic floor scrubbers to enhance cleaning efficacy and expand workforce capacity.

Dave Frank, a nationally recognised expert in commercial cleaning process improvement, is joined by experts from Brain Corp and Tennant Co, who have partnered together to deploy thousands of robotic scrubbers worldwide. To top off the discussion, Don Toole, of FlagShip Facility Services, discusses his company’s investment in autonomous cleaners, and the results they are seeing at several US airports.

  • Discover the best cleaning practices for airports to help improve sanitation and decrease the risk of disease transfer.
  • Learn how robotic floor scrubbers can dramatically increase cleaning efficiency and reduce costs.
  • See how a leading facility services company is using autonomous floor care units to improve cleaning results at US airports.

The webinar originally took place on 21 September, but it can be viewed for free on-demand here.

Presented by

Dave Frank, president of the American Institute for Cleaning Science (AICS)

Dave Frank is the president of the American Institute for Cleaning Sciences (AICS), an independent third-party accreditation organisation that establishes standards to improve the professional performance of the cleaning industry.

With more than 41 years of experience, Frank is the leading authority in the commercial cleaning industry, serving facility service providers, distributors, buying groups, associations and manufacturers.

He is an active member and frequent speaker for ISSA, APPA, EPA and the US Green Building Council.

Don Toole, senior vice-president sales and marketing, FlagShip

Don Toole is an accomplished, innovative business development executive with an outstanding track record, which includes dramatic market share growth, reduced operations cost, optimised marketing initiatives, streamlined workflows, process improvement and fully engaged employees on high-performing teams.

Chris Wright, commercial cleaning expert and VP of sales, Brain Corp

Chris Wright has spent the majority of his career in the cleaning industry, gaining more than 30 years of experience. His positions include everything from front line custodian on a floor crew, to VP of sales for the robotic cleaning machine company, Brain Corp.

Wright has an extensive background in sales, training, lean systems, root cause analysis, time engineering, and creating processes and programs for janitorial operations. He holds numerous certifications and has subject matter expertise in equipment, robotics and cleaning.

Prior to Brain Corp, he spent 14 years in a variety of sales positions with Kärcher North America, and before that, with Hillyard Inc. chemical company.

For more information about the webinar, click here.