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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Housekeeping: HousekeepingImportance of Housekeeping Department: Importance of Housekeeping Department Cleanliness of hotelSlide 3: Roles of Housekeeping Dept.: Guestrooms Public spaces lobby areas / public restrooms / front desk areas / management offices / game rooms / exercise areas / pool & spa areas / employee break rooms & locker rooms / selected meeting & food service areasSlide 4: Guestroom areas Properly cleaned by Housekeeping Verified as clean by second member of Housekeeping Room’s status has been reported to Front Desk Roles of Housekeeping Dept.: Guestrooms Elevators/ corridors/ stairwells/ guestrooms Room will be assigned, when: Communication role to Front Desk staff (room status info) & Engineering / Maintenance Department ( room maintenance issues)Slide 5: Roles of Housekeeping Dept.: Guestrooms (continued…) Clean & Vacant Room vacant, has been cleaned and can be assigned to guest Occupied Room registered to a current guest On-Change Room vacant but not yet cleaned Do not disturb Room is occupied but not yet cleaned, due to guest request not to be disturbed Sleep-out Room reported as occupied, but room was not used, and guest may have left Stay-over Guest will stay in room at least one more night Room status terminologySlide 6: Roles of Housekeeping Dept.: Guestrooms (continued…) Due-out Guest has indicated that is last day he/she will use room Check-out Guest has departed Out-of-order Room is not rentable, thus not assignable Lock-out Guest’s items still in room, but guest will be denied access until management approval of re-entry Late check-out Guest has requested and has been allowed an extension of regular check out time Room status terminology (continued…)Roles of Housekeeping Dept: Laundry : Laundry areas laundry preparation areas/ laundry supply closets/ guest linen, terry and supplies storage areas Managing “On Premise Laundry (OPL)” and its effective operation Housekeeping Dept. & Executive Housekeeper’s role Laundry often represents one of the hotel’s largest expenses. Roles of Housekeeping Dept: LaundryOrganization Chart for a Housekeeping Department, Large Hotel with In-house Laundry: Organization Chart for a Housekeeping Department, Large Hotel with In-house LaundryStaffing the Department: Assess quality of room cleanliness Point out deficiencies to room attendants, get those deficiencies corrected, & report revision of room status to Executive Housekeeper or Front Desk have management skills (planning, organizing, directing and controlling departmental activities). have commitment to cleanliness and impeccable cleaning standard. create an appropriate inspection checklist and revise it as necessary. know about personal administration, budgeting, laundry sanitation, fabrics & uniforms, room cleaning chemicals and routines. be guest oriented. Executive Housekeeper should: Room Inspector’s major responsibilities: Staffing the DepartmentStaffing the Department (Continued…): Treat them at all times with respect Ensure they are supervised by excellent supervisors Have room cleaning assignment policies perceived by them as fair Provide excellent, ongoing training Provide a realistic career ladder for room attendants Enforce Housekeeping Department policies consistently and without favoritism Ensure room attendant safety through training and appropriate hotel policies Provide benefit packages that are competitive for the area Pay fair wages Approaches to build highly motivated, dedicated Room Attendants: Staffing the Department (Continued…)Slide 11: Housekeeping employees are one of the hotel’s largest groups Physical nature of jobs Managing Housekeeping: Safety this group’s accident rates generally the highest in the hotel. thus Equipment & supplies Rule Housekeeping employees should handle only those machinery items and supplies they are properly trained to handle.Managing Housekeeping: Safety: Chemical handling Cleaning procedures Correct lifting techniques Properly entering guestrooms Contending with guestrooms containing: firearms/ uncaged animals/ individuals perceived as threatening/ ill or unconscious guests/ drugs and drug paraphernalia / blood and potential bloodborne pathogens Guest service Guestroom security Lost & Found procedures Areas of training concern Managing Housekeeping: SafetyManaging Housekeeping: Lost & Found: Hotel must safeguard mislaid property until rightful owner returns Hotel must hold lost property until rightful owner claims it Hotel not required to find abandoned property’s owner Property left behind in room or found in lobby to be treated as mislaid or lost Establish how long any mislaid/lost property to be held before disposing it Three types of unclaimed property Managing Housekeeping: Lost & Found Law and/or policy requirements: Mislaid property Owner unintentionally has left item(s) behind Lost property Owner unintentionally has left item(s) behind, then forgotten it/them Abandoned property Owner intentionally has left item(s) behindManaging Housekeeping: Lost & Found (continued…): Date item is returned Owner’s name/ address/ phone Housekeeping Manager returning item Method of return Date property is declared as abandoned Name of hotel employee receiving abandoned property Date item is found Description of item Location where item is found (room #, if applicable) Name of finder Supervisor who receives item Managing Housekeeping: Lost & Found (continued…) When item is found Written report When returned to rightful owner, or disposed ofFacility Care & Cleansing: Effective guestroom cleaning is heart of Housekeeping Department Determines long-term success or failure of property Sleeping area: the first part seen by guest when entering room Bathroom area: closely inspected by guests for cleanliness Forms basis for a guest’s initial impression of property Public space cleaning Guestroom cleaning Facility Care & CleansingFacility Care & Cleansing (continued…): G.M.s should know what to look for when inspecting the hotel G.M.s must inspect public space, guestroom and laundry operation areas regularly G.M.s should not evaluate effectiveness of their housekeeping departments based only on lower costs per occupied room or fewer minutes per room cleaning (these factors are not always better!) G.M.s’ roles in facility care and cleaning Facility Care & Cleansing (continued…)Slide 17: Collecting Operating an effective “on-premises laundry” is a multi-step process Laundry Delivering Sorting Watching Drying Finishing / FoldingLaundry: Operating an Effective OPL (continued…): Collecting Laundry: Operating an Effective OPL (continued…) Dirty linen and terry should never be used as guestroom cleaning rags. Bloodstained linen or terry must be placed separately in a biohazard waste bag (pre-sort in guestroom). Biohazard waste bag should be on every housekeeping cart. Sorting Once in OPL, laundry is sorted both in terms of fabric type & degree of staining. Washing This step is the most complex part. Monitor a: washing times, b: wash temperatures, c: chemicals, d: agitation length and strengthLaundry: Operating an Effective OPL (continued…): Drying Laundry: Operating an Effective OPL (continued…) Drying is simply a process of moving hot air (140-145 degrees F.) through fabrics to vaporize & remove moisture. Fabrics that are dried must have cool-down period in the dryer before they are removed from it Finishing/ Folding Space for finishing laundry must be adequate Storing Many fabrics must “rest” after washing & drying 24-hr rest time for cleaned laundry Housekeeping Dept. should maintain laundry par levels of three times normal usage Delivering Storage areas containing these items should be locked You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.