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Posted by: spongebon Sep 29 2006, 09:37 PM
edit 6/3/2010:
To read and post in the main categories of the forum be sure to register and log in. Instructions for this are in the Forum Use section. To see the amazingly helpful information available there for custodians and others in the cleaning business, the categories available when logged in are Discussion, Ideas and Tips, Sharing, Promote, Suggestions and Job Openings/Jobs Wanted.
Have a nice day!


Hi! To read Custodial forum and website updates go: http://z10.invisionfree.com/custodian/index.php?showtopic=30
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If you've come from the old forum off of the custodian.info website, welcome and hope you find this new forum to your liking. If not sure how to work this forum there will be some more info on this in the "Forum Use - Information" topic. The http://custodian.info will remain up and readable so if you feel an urge to go back and check it out...it is loaded with useful tips thanks to the contributions of all the wonderful, knowegeable visitors over the years. If you need a quick link here I'll be posting a link to this forum from the Custodial Worker website near the old forum button.

Posted by: custodn Sep 30 2006, 04:34 AM
Hello and thanks for the welcome, the new site looks cool and seems to be easy to use. Looks like i'm the first signed up. Looking forward to useing the new forum.

Posted by: spongebon Jan 30 2007, 12:24 AM
computersmilie.gif Just a reminder that the old forum is still linked off the website and even though people can still post there, it IS basically considered the archives now. A few people have posted there over the past couple of weeks, so you might visit and see what you might be missing fro time to time. You are welcome to post replies there, but the reason behind creating this new forum has to do with space. This one will allow more posts and the old one might delete some when it goes over limit. I hope you enjoy both forums...lots of good information being shared. You folks are great making a difference in each others lives as well as with your buildings and the people in them.
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Posted by: spongebon Jan 30 2007, 12:37 AM
trashshake.gif Pass the word about this forum to the rest of your crew. If they are not allowed computer access during breaks at work they can come visit here from home. Just give them the url for either the forum or the Custodial Worker Resource website. The more people coming in and getting, giving, sharing ideas, expertise the better.
http://s10.invisionfree.com/custodian/ =forum

http://custodian.info =website

Posted by: gorvbru Jan 31 2007, 04:17 PM
[FONT=Impact][SIZE=7][COLOR=orange]Hello,
Looking forward to visiting this site frequently now that I've discovered you. toiletgrabber.gif
Bruce in Ontario, Canada

Posted by: HabitualBeats Oct 28 2007, 10:47 AM
Hello. I just signed up here recently..


Im looking to start a cleaning buisness with a friend of mine. We have quie a bit of expereince between the both of us. Figured this would be a decent resource,

Posted by: custodn Nov 2 2007, 07:48 AM
Hello and welcome,
This site has a lot of tricks of the trade and many resources. If you check out all the Info including the original site you will be amazed. Good luck in your venture. canada.gif

Posted by: spongebon Sep 20 2008, 10:56 AM
Hi,

If any have a topic they would like to see included, an article written about to put on the www.custodian.info website (runs this forum) feel free to let me know. Or, if you have written an article that you would like to have published on the site, related to custodial, cleaning or building maintenance, let me know. The goal is to get as much useful information available where it can help us all.

Gads! ...lately I have been running ads on the main site so it is starting to look a bit more than this, but a girl has to do what a girl has to do to survive, right?

I have to say, this forum has really done well over the years with some very wonderful contributors. Thanks everyone for being involved and helping each other. Will just keep going as long as possible. fingerscrossed.gif

Always hoping everyone will be able to find what they are looking for on this forum as well as on http://www.custodian.info

Later,

spongebon site owner, editor


Posted by: fmascorro Jun 30 2009, 06:12 AM
Good Morning!

First let me thank you for this resource forum. Lord knows, I do have questions:

Do you know of any forms available for custodial "time and motion studies"?

I've looked for a couple of days and can't find a thing.

I'd be most appreciative to anyone who might be able to help.

riffraff

Posted by: custanitor Apr 9 2010, 11:31 AM
Hey I'm a newbie to the forum, so glad I stumbledonit, I have one of those Janitor/custodian/maintenance man jobs ( which only exist in theory IMO) I work in a public building for a municipality, and have been doing these kind of gigs since 1970 when I was 15, anybody remember a company named "Red Top Inc.?"

Posted by: alphacleaning Dec 3 2010, 09:45 PM
thanks for approving my account, you have a great forum here

Posted by: wasr10 Apr 9 2012, 05:56 PM
Great website, thanks for all the useful info.

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