It’s what they are saying about her work that’s putting a big smile on Josephine Gudoy’s face. Normally she comes in after everyone has gone, but Josephine is now highly visible at Oamaru’s Northside New World supermarket, where she can be seen sanitising areas frequently touched by customers and staff.
The photo says it all. Their radiant smiles reflect the pride of officially becoming New Zealand Citizens. But minutes after posing for a keepsake snap of their happy moment, it was off with the glad rags and a quick change back into their CrestClean uniforms for Barbora Opavova and Dominik
The sight of her personnel working at the New Zealand Blood Service’s Palmerston North Donor Centre has been pleasing, says CrestClean’s local regional manager Shareen Raj. Cleaning teams have been on hand each day to provide a sanitising and cleaning service so staff and members of the public using the
A former aircraft engineer has landed a new role helping to maintain the highest levels of hygiene and cleanliness for staff and users of the New Zealand Blood Service in Wellington. Dave Askin is one of the CrestClean team members who have been providing extra cleaning and a specialist sanitising
No one was more surprised than Julie Ashton when a letter of appreciation arrived from St John managers. Working throughout the covid crisis, Julie has been busy carrying out her usual cleaning duties at the Richmond Ambulance Station, ensuring everything is clean and hygienic for the frontline personnel who work
It was a big thumbs up for the CrestClean team who ensured everything was spotlessly clean and hygienic for donors attending a New Zealand Blood Service clinic. Makalita Afelee and Afelee Niumea had their work cut out in preparing the large church building that was used as the venue for
He had just joined CrestClean but new franchisee Raj Prasad was happy to jump into working 12-hour days to help keep his community safe. The former dairy farm manager’s first cleaning contract was to provide a round-the-clock sanitising service to safeguard staff and patients at a Papakura medical centre. Each
He didn’t have to think twice when he heard the New Zealand Blood Service had enquired about extra cleaning for venues used by its mobile collection clinics. Wayne Ng was already carrying out cleaning and sanitising at the organisation’s Takapuna centre. It was not only work he was familiar with,
CrestClean personnel were feeling the heat during a hard day’s work at the Christchurch base of the United States Antarctic Program. The team of six who assembled to do a total sanitising clean of the organisation’s buildings at the city’s airport were kitted out in full personal protective equipment (PPE).
Knowing their work is helping to keep medical staff safe means a lot to CrestClean’s Akshay and Naina Kumar. The couple have been cleaning and sanitising Whakatane’s War Memorial Hall where a COVID-19 testing centre has been operating. With an initial requirement of up to four visits a day from
New Zealand Blood Service staff have taken a real shine to CrestClean business owner Zaldy Verallo. They’ve been impressed by his attitude and the high standard of his work as he ensures everything is clean and hygenic at the numerous venues used by organisation’s mobile collection clinics. Sandra Horwell, Administration
CrestClean personnel have appeared in a TV3 news story covering preparations for the planned reopening next week of the nation’s schools. Newshub reporter Tom McRae filmed CrestClean business owner Anmol Prasad and his wife Vikashni Devi in a classroom at Howick Primary School. Also featured in the report was Liezl