A day porter is responsible for making sure your building looks clean, presentable, and inviting at all times – especially between routine cleaning maintenance activities. They also ensure the building is safe for all occupants if any unexpected incidents arise, like slippery floors or broken glass.
Day porters are used to working in busy, high traffic areas, and are thoroughly trained on all sorts of cleaning and trash removal protocols, as well as minor repairs and painting for general upkeep.
- Restroom cleaning, sanitation, mopping, and restocking of consumable supplies
- Vacuuming the building
- Removing all of the trash from the building
- Break room cleaning, sanitation, mopping and restocking of supplies
- Overall general cleaning, lobby, windows, counters, desks, etc.
The exact duties of your Day Porter will depend on the needs of your specific facility maintenance and your preferences as a Facility Manager. Generally they are given a set list of maintenance tasks to perform and a schedule on which to perform them.
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