At 40,000 feet it’s too late to do a checklist. All pilots must have a written checklist prior to take off. The FAA accident record shows that some pilots ignore that safety checklist. Ignoring that results in tragic results. Some of the pilot’s reasoning for ignoring checklists is experience, that is, being overly familiar with the aircraft, inconvenience, and keeping up with schedule pressures. The fact is that failing to use a checklist is a […]Continue reading
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Don’t let your facility to get over exhausted because…Learn more
Because most exhaust cleaning is overlooked. Your exhaust system is critical to the removal of odors, many contaminants and impurities that leave the air unhealthy. Often, it’s the classic case of “sight unseen.” That’s why Beacon Industrial Services can provide a proactive maintenance approach that alleviates dirty exhaust systems. The longer your system remains unattended the more contaminants build up with grease, grime and other forms of debris, all eventually producing polluted air which […]Continue reading
What makes you different is what attracts…
“Customers.” Your uniqueness is the key to attracting customers. Og Mandino is the bestselling author of, The Greatest Salesman in the World. One of its topics is the difference that you offer as a professional. It’s true that what you put into your business is the key to being your best, your ability to uniquely solve problems and stand in a true competitive advantage. Beacon Industrial Services provides flexibility in its range of solutions […]Continue reading
Don’t let your facility to get over exhausted because…
Because most exhaust cleaning is overlooked. Your exhaust system is critical to the removal of odors, many contaminants and impurities that leave the air unhealthy or the system overtaxed. Often, it’s the classic case of “sight unseen.” That’s why Beacon Industrial Services can provide a proactive maintenance approach that alleviates dirty exhaust systems. The longer your system remains unattended the more contaminants build up with grease, grime, and other forms of debris, all eventually […]Continue reading
The power of uniqueness and preparedness.
Isn’t it interesting how commodity thinking can become a way for a business to select an industrial cleaning service? In other words there is a belief that industrial cleaning services are pretty much the same. In fact they are not at all the same. Even if two companies have the same equipment, same amount of trucks and people and processes, they are not the same. Industrial environments require cleaning expertise Equipment and processes really […]Continue reading
Customer Quality, and why it’s … important.
When it comes to industrial cleaning services, there are many factors needed to work together in order to maintain customer confidence and strong relationships. One of the main components to this include building trusted relationships from many aspects: Superb pre-planning with the customer. Getting equipment and machinery back in operation. Preventing downtime due to poor maintenance. Knowing a facility well enough to be efficient. Offering preventative maintenance programs. These actions are vital to any successful […]Continue reading
The country works when the trades work
This year Beacon Industrial Services is donating to the Mike Rowe WORKS Foundation on behalf of our customers. One of the great things they do is offer Work Ethic Scholarships. This year they planned to give away $1,000,000.00 in scholarships but have upped it to $1,500,000.00. They tout the importance of work ethic, personal responsibility, delayed gratification, and a positive attitude. Mike Rowe puts it best: Over the last 30 years, America has convinced itself […]Continue reading
Your Business is Important to us: Really?
“Your business is very important to us; a team member will be with you shortly.” That pleasant, recorded voice has now repeated the message for the fifth time and you’ve now been on hold for 7 minutes (maybe longer). Then you have the “Your call is very important to us.” You’ve heard those words more often than you care to remember. Then the automated attendant asks for your account number and sometimes the last four […]Continue reading