Top Environmental Service Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Environmental Service Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Environmental Service Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 21.2% of Environmental Service Technician resumes contained Public Restrooms as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Environmental Service Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Environmental Service Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Public Restrooms

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Here's how Public Restrooms is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Maintained the administrative offices through cleaning, vacuuming carpeted areas, sterilizing all public restrooms.
  • Cleaned other areas of hospital such as executive cubicles and public restrooms.
  • Maintain and sanitize public restrooms, waiting rooms and lobbies.
  • Cleaned public restrooms and nurse stations as needed.
  • Clean and disinfect public restrooms.
  • Clean public restrooms every hour.
  • Power washed patient and public restrooms Properly cleaned and stored equipment and other general maintenance equipment after use.
  • Cleaned public restrooms, including scrubbing sinks, toilets, countertops, and mirrors.

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2. Floor Care

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Here's how Floor Care is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Performed floor care functions based on hospital standards such as waxing, stripping, buffing and other duties according to regulations.
  • Cleaned all ancillary areas within assigned unit, including trash pulling, sanitizing high touch surfaces and floor care.
  • Facilitated and performed all floor care projects including but not limited to stripping and waxing, carpet extractions.
  • Trained as a Floor Care Technician to help as needed when requested for this position.
  • Performed minor floor care buffing hard surface, shampooed carpets, and spot cleaned.
  • Performed general cleaning of office, classrooms and restrooms including general floor care.
  • Maintain upkeep of facility, which includes floor care and custodial duties.
  • Prepared floor care and maintenance procedures to include stripping and waxing floors.
  • Maintained cleanliness throughout the hospital, and performed floor care services.
  • Provided floor care, stripping and waxing, plus carpet cleaning.
  • Complete floor care including: stripping, waxing and buffing.
  • Maintained all floor care and carpet care in assigned area.
  • Provided floor care utilizing Advance 385 machines and buffers.
  • Perform all methods of floor care: buffing/stripping/waxing.
  • Performed various housekeeping duties and floor care maintenance.
  • General floor care and other assigned tasks.
  • Trained and Operates Multiple Floor care machines.
  • Trash Removal Floor care Grounds man
  • Competed floor care (strip, wax, buff floors/carpet).
  • Perform floor care on the way out the room.

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3. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Targeted support of Emergency Room and Operating Room departments providing supplies and decontamination of patient rooms/dismissals.
  • Performed cleaning of occupied/unoccupied patient rooms and common areas.
  • Disinfected and sterilized restrooms and patient rooms using germicides.
  • Performed housekeeping throughout hospital and patient rooms.
  • Cleaned all assigned areas Including patient rooms, public areas, procedure rooms, offices and equipment, following established procedures.
  • Empty the trash can in patient rooms, offices, and all areas on two floors of Trinity Medical Center daily.
  • Specialized in cleaning patient rooms; removing trash and buffing while also stripping, burnishing applying finish and extracting carpet.
  • Maintained clean and healthy environment for patient rooms, nurse's stations, etc., and other duties as assigned.
  • Cleaned Trauma Department, waiting areas, meeting rooms, offices, patient rooms, corridors, and common areas.
  • Clean patient rooms, hallways, lobbies, restrooms stairways, and other areas so that health standards are met.
  • Cleaned, washed, and sanitized all patient rooms, operating rooms and other areas of the medical center.
  • Contributed to hospital efficiency and integrity by cleaning patient rooms quickly and in precise accordance with strict CDC guidelines.
  • Performed a variety of general cleaning tasks to maintain patient rooms, offices, hallways and other assigned areas.
  • Perform a variety of general tasks to maintain patient rooms, operational suites, equipment and assigned areas.
  • Assisted guests with directions to departments, mopped floors and pulled trash from patient rooms and surrounding areas.
  • Cleaned and disinfected patient rooms, beds, hallways, lounges, restrooms, and other work areas.
  • Cleaned and sanitized the patient rooms, nursing units, surgical areas, waiting areas and public restrooms.
  • Ensured that all patient rooms were at or above the set standard of cleanliness for patient occupancy.
  • Cleaned and disinfected patient rooms and some offices, dusted, cleaned windows, restrooms and removed trash
  • Disinfect, re-stock and organize patient rooms, operation rooms, surgical areas and emergency stations.

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4. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Maintained cleanliness of hospital patient care areas to provide a safe environment for patients, visitors, physicians, and staff.
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment while observing all personal protective equipment standards, standard precautions & infection control practices.
  • Helped with patient recovery by providing a clean, attractive, and safe environment for them and their families.
  • Post appropriate safety signs to assure a safe environment is maintained for patients, visitors, and all staff.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment during business hours making walk areas available to staff and visitors.
  • Provide customer service, clean and sanitize various areas of the facility maintain a safe environment
  • Ensured the central processing department is a clean and safe environment for their staff.
  • Created a sanitary, safe environment and enhanced the appearance of the facility.
  • Clean and maintain a safe environment for patients and their family members.
  • Maintained a clean, safe environment assuring the availability of supplies.
  • Provide a clean, fun and safe environment for patients.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for employees and patient.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for customers and other staff
  • Maintained unit in a clean and safe environment.
  • Helped maintain a clean and safe environment.
  • maintain and keep patients happy in a clean safe environment.
  • Provided an OSHA safe environment by clueing to their specifications.

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5. Mop Floors

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Here's how Mop Floors is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Dust, clean, disinfected all fixtures, woodwork, equipment and dust mop floors.
  • Dust furniture, woodwork and equipment and dust mop floors.
  • Dry and wet mop floors of rooms and offices.
  • Stock supplies, dust, mop floors, wipe down all high touch areas, make beds, stock linen carts.
  • Pull trash, restock room supplies, dry and wet mop floors, vacuum where needed etc.
  • Clean patient room, mop floors, high dust, meet and greet customers.
  • Sweep, high and low dust, dust mop and wet mop floors areas.
  • Wet mop and dust mop floors.
  • Clean tables, restrooms, mop floors
  • Sweep, mop floors Clean, sanitize the restrooms Insure cleanliness of the facility

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6. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Provided customer service to patients and departments at Central Peninsula Hospital by cleaning and sanitizing patient access areas and offices
  • Provided excellent customer service by utilizing active listening and problem solving skills.
  • Interacted with guests on a personal level providing exemplary customer service.
  • Delivered excellent customer service to several core hospital departments.
  • Implemented patient satisfaction and customer service practices.
  • Provide customer service as indicated.
  • Position assigned was high visibility routine which required attention to detail, time management skills, and customer service.
  • Trained new staff associates on companies operations and how to conduct beyond exceptional customer service to clients.
  • Maintained great customer service skills as well as service calls with patients, staff, and visitors.
  • Work closely with a team of cast members providing excellent customer service to guest and executive staff.
  • Provide customer service to patients to ensure that they are pleased with the services they've received.
  • Promoted to Tech II for my job performance and awarded multiple awards for outstanding customer service.
  • Provided great customer service, sensitivity, and professionalism to the patients and their family members.
  • Provide customer service in the performance of cleaning services in commercial and medical environments.
  • Promoted patient satisfaction via outstanding customer service, maintain professional conduct at all times.
  • Answer patient call lights and deliverer high quality and compassionate customer service to patients.
  • Provided Customer Service and completed service request as needed on a regular basis.
  • Provide high-quality customer service while ensuring that all hospital work areas are hygienic.
  • Maintain cleanliness thought-out hospital and provide patients and quests with friendly customer service
  • Provided customer service to patients, visitors, doctors and nursing staff.

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7. Environmental Services

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Here's how Environmental Services is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Carried the departmental telephone and assisted hospital departments in any request pertaining to the Environmental Services departmental duties.
  • Cleaned assigned areas following appropriate standard policies and procedures outlined in environmental services policy and procedure manual.
  • Follow policy and procedures on patient isolation and all environmental services tech and procedural standard operating procedures.
  • Followed prescribed department policy and procedures through the direction of the environmental services department.
  • Provide environmental services to all hospital units and departments and internal/external customers as assigned.
  • Executed individual job responsibilities to promote productivity of environmental services team.
  • Keep in accordance with Environmental Services Departmental standard procedures and policies.
  • Follow all Environmental Services technical and operational standard operating procedures.
  • Trained new environmental services employees on daily procedures and responsibilities.
  • Responded to all calls throughout hospital requesting environmental services.
  • Assist in training of environmental services departments personnel.
  • Supervised environmental services employees during building maintenance.
  • Maintained quality of environmental services.
  • Performed a variety of environmental services duties to maintain the hospital in a neat, orderly, sanitary and safe condition.
  • Served on a committee with Environmental Services Director, Managers, and Supervisors to investigate issues within the discharge cleaning process.
  • Worked for 16 years in a variety of departments and roles within Environmental Services at Providence Alaska Medical Center.
  • Assigned to clean rooms when patients were discharged, and any other functions related to environmental services department.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Housekeeping/Laundry, Supervisor, or the Director of Environmental Services.
  • Ensured that the Environmental Services team maintained the casino in a sanitary, orderly fashion.
  • Provided Environmental Service duties under the direct supervision of the Director of Environmental Services.

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8. Emergency Room

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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Clean laboratory and emergency rooms.
  • Maintain pile up of linen and waste in the emergency room area.
  • Served as a Translator with Spanish speaking patients in the Emergency Room.
  • Assist in cleaning and sanitation of rooms Emergency Room Department.
  • Ensured cleanliness of the Emergency Room at all times.
  • Cleaned emergency rooms, operating rooms and waiting rooms.
  • Perform daily cleaning duties in the emergency room.
  • Empty trash, clean emergency room stretchers

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9. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Understand and utilize safety guidelines and procedures when using cleaning chemicals and disposing of hazardous materials.
  • Inspected and investigated designed areas, enforcing the proper storage and/or disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Inspected/investigated designated areas, enforcing the proper storage of hazardous materials.
  • Preformed general disinfecting and cleaning duties: of hazardous and non-hazardous materials around the hospitals public and private areas.
  • Use of various floor cleaning and maintenance machines, general cleaning, safe removal of bio-waste and hazardous materials.
  • Certified to handle bio-hazardous materials, total floor maintenance, able to perform housekeeping duties 11/2007 to 2/2011
  • Adhere to all regulations and procedures regarding the handling of hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
  • Remove trash and dispose of all Bio-hazardous materials properly.
  • Collect and dispose all hazardous materials and waste.
  • Manage all hazardous materials on site.
  • Follow all protection precautions and proper protocol for disposal of biohazardous materials.
  • Maintained and cleaned plant machinery along with other locations inside the plant Trained in the usage of hazardous materials.
  • Shift Lead: Organized, supervised housekeeping staff Disposed and handled Biohazardous, pharmaceutical, chemo - hazardous materials
  • Possess knowledge of hazardous materials protocol, OSHA and HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintained cleanliness of patient rooms and common areas with sanitization of equipment Handled and disposed of hazardous materials Maintained department logs
  • Clean & Disinfect rooms upon patient dismissals Sanitizing the medical facility Disposal of hazardous materials Maintain cleanliness of ER

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10. Snow Removal

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Here's how Snow Removal is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Snow removal from all entrances of the building as well as general upkeep and maintenance to all entry ways.
  • Performed snow removal, light bulb replacement, client transportation and other services.
  • Remove rubbish, trash removal and snow removal.
  • Snow removal from around the building and assisted skilled members in department with jobs.
  • Establish cleaning procedures, oversee snow removal, maintain inventory, ensure distribution of materials and inspect/ensure quality standards are met.
  • Lead and direct staff during snow response, and assist with snow removal operations.

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11. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Perform all cleanings according to security, infection control, required administrative policies.
  • Perform general cleaning and infection control duties in designated areas throughout hospital
  • Maintain environmental and infection control within patients rooms and operating rooms.
  • Maintained environmental and infection control standards within established procedures.
  • Perform duties utilizing appropriate safety/infection control practices.
  • Cleaned restrooms following proper infection control procedures.
  • Maintained environmental waste and infection control.
  • Administered infection control Fit Testing.
  • Maintained environmental and infection control standards/ Cleaning tasks to maintain patient rooms, offices, hallways and other assigned areas of facility
  • Observe and participate in all hospital-required Safety, Risk Management and Infection Control Practices; including the use of PPE.
  • Exercised standard precaution and infection control methods to terminally clean four to seven operating rooms in patient care setting.
  • Demonstrated skill and knowledge in the safe use of chemicals, equipment, cleaning techniques and infection control methods.
  • Follow all infection control practices including bio-hazard waste handling, hand washing techniques, and standard or isolated precautions.
  • Followed all the protocols and procedures for infection control and standard precautions including the use of protective equipment.
  • Maintained a clean environment, complied with all infection control policies, procedures and trained new employees.
  • Use extreme caution when handling materials and cleaning meeting hospital standards and maintaining infection control standards.
  • Maintain environmental and infection control standards within established policies and procedures of the health care center.
  • Cleaned patient rooms, utilities and discharge rooms, following Department and Infection Control Standards.
  • Follow established policies as outlined in the Environmental Service Infection Control Manual.
  • Identify infection control risks and resolve sanitation problems within the hospital.

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12. Public Areas

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Here's how Public Areas is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Clean assigned public areas to established departmental policies and procedures.
  • Sanitize all public areas while focusing on universal precautions.
  • Managed the daily activities of the Housekeeping department to include appropriate cleaning of all offices, public areas and washrooms.
  • Cleaned and sanitized assigned areas including bed, IV poles, bio-hazards, rest rooms and public areas.
  • Clean walls, clean exterior of facility ten feet out, and clean all public areas.
  • Clean administration offices, public areas, laundry rooms, outpatient classrooms and dining area.
  • Maintained safe and sanitary conditions in patient and public areas refuse removal and floor cleaning.
  • Clean and maintain equipment, doctor sleep rooms, offices, and public areas.
  • Keep public areas of the hospital looking presentable and clean.
  • Cleaned and maintained all public areas in the hotel.
  • Cleaned offices and lobby/public areas of the medical center.
  • Clean the nurses station and all public areas.
  • Cleaned and sanitized resident rooms and public areas.
  • Keep bathrooms in public areas well stocked.
  • spot clean furniture, clean glass, ceilings walls, clean and disinfect all patient and public areas of the hospital.
  • Position in a medical facility cleaning offices,restrooms,public areas,patients rooms and procedure rooms.
  • Sweep, mop,dust,vaccum, buff floors, wax floors, clean public areas.

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13. Common Areas

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Here's how Common Areas is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Clean, sanitize, and service patients rooms, bathrooms, office, dining area, and all common areas.
  • Keep common areas (restrooms, break areas, lounge areas, and kitchen) stocked with supplies.
  • Performed routine and project floor maintenance tasks in patient and common areas of the hospital.
  • Ensured office and common areas remained sanitized, clean and free of clutter or debris.
  • Clean hospitals common areas, such as offices, bathrooms, labs and patients rooms.
  • Complete cleaning list as published in both resident rooms and common areas.
  • Clean classrooms, offices, hallways, common areas, and bathrooms.
  • Carpet shampoo and cleaning, maintenance of resident rooms/apartments and common areas.
  • Polish, clean, and refinish common areas floors.
  • Cleaned and maintained patients rooms and hospital common areas.
  • Clean hospital rooms, common areas, and clinics.
  • Clean assigned offices and common areas.
  • Perform routine cleaning in inpatientpublic common areas.
  • General Hospital Housekeeping Discharging patients rooms Sweeping, dusting, mopping, scrubbing and disinfecting rooms and common areas.
  • Cleaned offices, patients /residents rooms, common areas, lavatories, halls, food service area..
  • Sanitize common areas/offices Ensure the Cancer Center remains clean Perform general terminal cleans of patients rooms

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14. Dirty Linen

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Here's how Dirty Linen is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Clean rooms to get them ready for new patients, dispose of dirty linens and trash.
  • Dispose of dirty linens, soiled mops, cloths, etc, to the appropriate areas.
  • Changed linen and ensured that all soiled or dirty linen were transported to laundry.
  • Delivered linen to each floor as needed as well picking up dirty linen.
  • Disposed of trash and dirty linens as needed per patient.
  • Cleared assigned areas of trash and dirty linen.
  • Remove trash and dirty linen from all areas.
  • Pull trash and dirty linen from discharged rooms.
  • Drop off dirty linen to soil holds.

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15. Paper Towels

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Here's how Paper Towels is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Sanitize bathrooms, supply proper necessities such as paper towels, toilet paper, and soap.
  • Replaced toilet paper and paper towels, refilled restroom dispensers and handled recycling materials.
  • Replenished all disposable items such as soap, toilet paper and paper towels.
  • Replenished paper towels, toilet paper and soap to assure adequate supply.
  • Replenished hand soap, paper towels and towel paper in restrooms.
  • Keep restrooms stocked with paper towels and toilet paper.
  • Replenished paper towels, toilet paper, soap supplies.
  • Replace paper towels and toilet paper.
  • Replenish availability of hand soap, paper towels and towel paper in restrooms Well-versed in Occupational Safety & Health Administration regulations.

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16. Janitorial

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Here's how Janitorial is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Utilized high-powered cleaning equipment to perform janitorial services in commercial buildings.
  • Operated floor buffer* Provided cleaning supplies* Proficient in janitorial services
  • Maintained the hospital facilities with janitorial/housekeeping duties.
  • Maintained janitorial rooms organized and sanitized.
  • Operated janitorial equipment properly and safely
  • Perform various janitorial duties in cleaning and maintaining assigned facilities, buildings and related areas.
  • Work also includes distributing cleaning supplies, maintaining stock levels on janitorial floors and spaces.
  • Dusted and mopped all hard surfaces in assign building Operated janitorial equipment properly and safely.
  • Order and maintain janitorial supplies in a cost effective manner.
  • Perform janitorial duties within buildings, facilities and related areas.
  • Performed Daily Janitorial duties in the Intensive Care floors.
  • Maintained janitorial stations, accountability of equipment, and maintained an accurate Material Safety Data Sheet for all chemicals used.
  • General janitorial cleaning throughout the hospital per daily assignment Vacuumed rugs and carpeted areas in offices, lobbies and corridors.

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17. Hospital Rooms

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Here's how Hospital Rooms is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Replenish availability of soap and sanitized toiletries in hospital rooms and visitor restrooms.
  • Cleaned and sanitized hospital rooms by using required sanitation cleaning supplies.
  • Cleaned and sterilized hospital rooms, assisted patients during sterilization process
  • Maintained hospital rooms and area disinfected and sanitized for patients.
  • Maintain and clean hospital rooms, ensuring that they are dirt-free and hygienic.
  • Cleaned hospital rooms in a fast paced environment for incoming and outgoing patients.
  • Job duty is also to make sure all hospital rooms are clean.
  • Worked in the Department cleaning ER rooms and Hospital rooms.
  • Maintained hospital rooms and area dirt free and hygienic.
  • Maintained hospital rooms and areas clean and hygienic.
  • Clean and sterilize necessary hospital rooms and equipment.
  • Cleaned and sanitized hospital rooms and equipment.
  • Clean Hospital rooms and Make beds
  • washed and waxed and burnished hospital rooms on the medical surgical floor.also repaired all machines.
  • Washed and sanitized hospital rooms in a timely manner.
  • Cleaned patient hospital rooms Trained new employees in company practices and procedures Delivered supplies to various departments within the hospital
  • Remove all linen and trash from vacant hospital rooms Dust fixtures and furniture Sanitize furniture Clean and sanitize bathrooms

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18. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Cleaned and sanitized all areas of the hospital, following strict guidelines and procedures to meet and exceed OSHA standers.
  • Performed cleaning of unit, patients' rooms and discharged patient's rooms by OSHA standards.
  • Follow OSHA guidelines when using toxic cleaning chemicals and safe tools while completing job task.
  • Followed OSHA guidelines for proper disinfection, sterilization, and disposal of materials and/or equipment.
  • Team member to accomplish accreditation with The Joint Commission and meet OSHA standards.
  • Clean and maintain various areas of the hospital -Customer Service -HIPAA and OSHA compliant
  • Handled large hazardous waste in accordance with OSHA rules on daily basis.
  • Sanitized rooms for incoming patients following hospital and OSHA guidelines.
  • Maintain compliance with all OSHA and JCAHO standards and protocols.
  • Follow OSHA and HIPPA guidelines.
  • Assisted new employee on boarding process for OSHA, IDPH, and DNV Compliance.
  • Specialized in sterilization processes of the facilities equipment, while consistently surpassing hospital OSHA standards.
  • Followed procedures for chemicals according to state and OSHA requirements
  • Replaced and removed broken commercial equipment * Followed strict OSHA regulations and guidelines when disposing of all waste
  • Sterilized and cleaned operating rooms and PACU units removed Bio-hazard waste following all OSHA safety regulations.
  • Cleaned and disinfect all patient floors within an alloted deadline according to OSHA cleaning requirements.
  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment at all times in compliance with Osha.
  • Adhere to OSHA and Hazcom safe work practices.
  • Well versed in OSHA/ Biohazard waste procedures.
  • Clean and sanitize assigned buildings safely and effectively in accordance with OSHA Hazmat and company standards.

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19. Trash Cans

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Here's how Trash Cans is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Cleaned offices, vacuumed floors and emptied trash cans.
  • Empty trash cans and fill soap dispensers.
  • Dust walls and wipe down furniture with disinfect spray and liners and trash cans.
  • Make sure to empty waste baskets and trash cans.
  • Steam-cleaned city streets, sidewalks, trash cans.
  • Mopped floors and emptied trash cans.

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20. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Provide sanitation including terminally cleaning hospital rooms, provide patient care.
  • Increase focus on patient care, prevented hospital-acquired infections, maximize staff productivity, and raise patient and staff satisfaction.
  • Cleaned patient care areas, public/private restrooms, conference rooms, lobbies, offices, elevators, and stairwells.
  • Clean clinical buildings, offices, lobbies, and kitchen, dining room and patient care areas.
  • Trained new department members to the highest standards of maintenance and patient care within hospital policies.
  • Maintained knowledge and awareness of legal changes involving hospital and patient care policies and regulations.
  • Provided excellent patient care by being courteous to patients and visitors and ensuring patient safety.
  • Deliver equipment and supplies to patient care areas in a quick and effective manner.
  • Spot washes walls, ceilings and glass fixtures in patient and non-patient care areas.
  • Sterilized and cleaned patient care areas according to HCA and JCAHO standards.
  • Worked as a vital team member with focus on patient care.
  • Cleaned patient care areas, changed linens and emptied trash.
  • Provided cleaning services to patient care units and personnel areas.
  • Work as a member of a team, maintain clean and safe workspaces, provide excellent patient care.
  • Provide daily cleaning of patient care areas while following guidelines and infection control procedures.
  • Provide excellent customer service to guests and patients * Maintain cleanliness of patient care areas
  • Clean general workspaces on the patient care unit.

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21. Discharge Rooms

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Here's how Discharge Rooms is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Remove iv drips, all used patient tubes, medicines, dirty linens in discharge rooms.
  • Clean out discharge rooms disinfect and sanitize areas and office rooms pull trash clean bathrooms
  • Clean patient discharge rooms and perform room set up for new patient admission.
  • Use assigned task sheet to complete disinfecting of discharge rooms.
  • Clean and sanitize discharge rooms for the next patient.
  • Manage timely and efficient of cleaning discharge rooms.
  • Clean discharge rooms x-ray and pharmaceutical department as well
  • Clean Hospital discharge rooms and restrooms.
  • Clean patient discharge rooms fast and efficiently
  • Cleaned patient and discharge rooms in a timely manner while following the hospital's safety rules and standards
  • Clean through out the hospital including patient rooms and discharge rooms as well as offices.
  • Use the hospital tele-tracking systems to log in and out of patient discharge rooms.

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22. Medical Waste

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Here's how Medical Waste is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Collect and properly dispose of trash, medical waste, clean or soiled linens.
  • Dispose of trash, recyclables and medical waste according to hospital policies and procedures.
  • Collected and disposed of all medical and non-medical waste to designated disposal site.
  • Discarded trash and medical waste according to the guidelines of the facility.
  • Remove regular and medical waste from patient rooms.
  • Empty medical waste containers, including sharps.
  • Removed used medical and non medical waste.
  • Collect and transport trash and medical waste.
  • Removed medical waste, trash and linens.
  • Clean and disinfects work area according to department procedures Removal of medical waste
  • Collected and removed regular trash and recyclables including biomedical waste.
  • Maintain workplace safety and keep workspace clean of debris, body fluids, medical waste, fumes wet floors and sharps.
  • Clean and disinfect assigned work area according to department procedures.Remove medical waste, trash and linens.
  • Observed federal guidelines for the processing of biomedical waste.
  • Removed medical waste, trash, and linens safely and in a timely manner.
  • Lead housekeeper.Scrub and burnish floors.Bed teletracking to assign housekeeper to terminal clean rooms.Trash and medical waste removal.

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23. Building Floors

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Here's how Building Floors is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Cleaned building floors, windows, and mirrors -Requisition supplies or equipment needed for cleaning and maintenance duties
  • Clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming.
  • Clean building floors by sweeping, mop scrubbing and vacuuming.
  • Clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming them.
  • Clean building floors by sweeping, moping, scrubbing, vacuuming, buffing, stripping, or waxing.
  • Cleaned building floors by sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, or scrubbing, using a buffing machine.

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24. Exam Rooms

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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Disinfect patient exam rooms, patient and laboratory areas.
  • Cleaned and sanitized exam rooms and offices, removed trash from wastebins.
  • Performed routine terminal cleaning of exam rooms, restrooms, waiting areas, and offices.
  • Cleaned clinical areas, exam rooms, offices, conference rooms, restrooms and utility rooms.
  • Cleaned hallways, bathrooms, break rooms, and exam rooms.
  • Cleaned and maintained medical offices in hospital -Prepared exam rooms for patients and doctors -Vacuumed; Dusted; Cleaned hospital

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25. Hospital Staff

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Here's how Hospital Staff is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Display professional interactions with patients and hospital staff.
  • Assist hospital staff, patients as well as residents with a variety of service inquiries as needed.
  • Worked well with others to ensure uniformity within the housekeeping department and with the hospital staff.
  • Prepared conference rooms for meetings and different events the hospital staff maybe hosting.
  • Maintain a professional demeanor with all hospital staff including patients and visitors.
  • Worked closely with other team members and hospital staff to accomplish tasks.
  • Worked with hospital staff to ensure the maximum comfort of patients.
  • Work with other hospital staff to ensure a good patient experience.
  • Work closely with all members of hospital staff to guarantee hospital efficiency
  • Acted as a liaison between hospital staff and Sodexho Management.

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26. EVS

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Here's how EVS is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Performed routine cleaning duties in patient care areas and public areas under the guidance and direction of the EVS Supervisor.
  • Worked all three shifts as a relief so have experience in all EVS roles within the hospital.
  • Job duties as an EVS technician included routine cleaning and maintaining assigned areas of the hospital.
  • Expedited personnel for service calls requiring the assistance of EVS.
  • Assisted in managing the Western Missouri Behavioral Health EVS department.
  • Carpet Cleaning (Extracting,Gum and stain remover) Bio-hazard Management Flood Management Waste Management EVS Safety Protocols
  • Hired as an EVS Technician by Aramark for Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
  • Work EVS picking up hual trash to compactor
  • Maintain proper paperwork Accomplishments Training EVS staff of JCAHO policies.

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27. Health Standards

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Here's how Health Standards is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Train assigned employees in several locations of work in compliance with Cone Health's applicable health standards and procedures.
  • Respond to hazardous material releases and provide spill cleanup according to Safety and Health standards.
  • Sanitize and dispose of trash to ensure health standards were met.
  • Cleaned rooms, hallways, lobbies, lounges, corridors, and other work areas so that health standards are meet.
  • Cleaned patients rooms ensuring all health standards were met.
  • Maintained cleanliness of primary research lab of the National Archives building as prescribed by the research lab's health standards.

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28. Locker Rooms

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Here's how Locker Rooms is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Clean rooms lobbies, hallways, bathrooms, stairways, break rooms, corridors, lounges, elevators and locker rooms.
  • General housekeeping that included: locker rooms common and dining areas, residence halls and the emergency department.
  • Maintained hospital locker rooms, lounges and back of house areas.
  • Clean break room and locker rooms.
  • Make sure that supplies around the operating room as well as the locker rooms are always stocked.
  • Sanitized bathrooms, showers and locker rooms.

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29. Safety Hazards

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Here's how Safety Hazards is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Utilize various cleaning and maintenance equipment and supplies, file reports of damage, abuse and safety hazards.
  • Report safety hazards as appropriate.
  • Checked electrical appliances for safety hazards.
  • Report damage or abuse of property, maintenance concerns, and any fire or safety hazards.
  • Responded to accidents or potential safety hazards such as spills and restroom problems.
  • Reported safety hazards and defects.

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30. Isolation Rooms

low Demand
Here's how Isolation Rooms is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Followed isolation procedures in isolation rooms.
  • Specialized Cleaning: Operating Rooms, Isolation Rooms, Exam Rooms, Patient Rooms.
  • Recorded accurate data after the completion of patient discharges and patient isolation rooms.
  • Performed terminal cleaning of isolation rooms or exam rooms as required.
  • Employed Perform proper cleaning procedures of patient rooms and prepare room for new occupant; follow isolation procedures in isolation rooms.
  • Keep record of cleaned,dirty and isolation rooms and exposing of biohazard material.

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31. Hospital Areas

low Demand
Here's how Hospital Areas is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Maintained cleanliness and sanitation of hospital areas including but not limited to Emergency or Operating Room areas.
  • Perform various cleaning functions in assigned hospital areas including inspections and organization.
  • Prevented infection and sanitize hospital areas by following proper rules and procedures.
  • Serviced hospital areas to ensure the safety, health, and morale of patients, visitors, and employees.
  • Supplied fresh linens to patient rooms, emergency rooms, and other hospital areas.
  • Assist in units or departments, and additional Hospital areas as necessary or requested.
  • Maintained cleanliness in patient rooms, hospital areas, and surgery.
  • Clean and sanitize hospital areas and patient rooms as assigned
  • Cleaned and prepared patients rooms Cleaned and sanitized general hospital areas Cleaned and sanitized labor and delivery areas

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32. Waste Disposal

low Demand
Here's how Waste Disposal is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Handled Workers' Compensation, Phase I, II, III, site Environmental Assessments, managed waste disposal services.
  • Performed a range of cleaning tasks from mopping, sweeping, sanitizing and waste disposal.
  • Clean carpets and upholstery, hazardous waste disposal.
  • Conducted trash and biological waste disposal.
  • Sanitized all rooms and took care of waste disposal..

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33. Overall Cleanliness

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Here's how Overall Cleanliness is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Maintain overall cleanliness and sanitation of patient rooms and staff utilized areas.
  • Maintained the overall cleanliness and sanitation of the hospital.
  • Maintained the overall cleanliness of the facility.
  • maintained the overall cleanliness and sanitation of the facility in which they work.
  • Maintained the overall cleanliness and sanitation of the healthcare facility.
  • Strived to maintain overall cleanliness of hospital rooms.
  • maintained the overall cleanliness and sanitation of the healthcare facility in which I was placed in.

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34. Waste Material

low Demand
Here's how Waste Material is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Dispose of waste materials help set up and take down equipment for events that take place at the college.
  • Position largely consisted of the removal of bio waste material and refreshing the patient's room following their discharge.
  • Gather and dispose of trash and waste materials using specified bags and/or containers.
  • Gather and dispose of waste materials and trash in the proper receptacles.
  • Trained in proper biohazard protocol and disposal of hazardous waste materials.
  • Discharged regular waste materials into trash compactor.

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35. Storage Areas

low Demand
Here's how Storage Areas is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Cleaned equipment and storage areas to ensure work areas and equipment were left in a neat and organized condition.
  • Receive issue, store, deliver, and track and maintain hazardous material storage areas.
  • Sanitize equipment, surgical areas, storage areas, furniture & beds.
  • Keep storage areas and carts well stocked, clean and tidy.
  • Cleaned and maintained assigned area Maintained supply and storage areas Assisted hospital staff in the execution of their duties
  • Dedicated time to organization of department and supply/storage areas.

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36. Toilet Tissue

low Demand
Here's how Toilet Tissue is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Clean, sanitize, and disinfect bathrooms and replenish toilet tissue, paper towel and soap products.
  • Disinfect and refill soap and hygiene dispensers, toilet tissue, paper towels, etc.
  • Emptied and cleaned all waste receptacles Stocked toilet tissue and paper towels, as well as other restroom supplies.
  • Cleaned and returnedvacant rooms to occupant-ready status.Stocked toilet tissue and paper towels, as well as other restroomsupplies.
  • Stocked toilet tissue and paper towels, as well as other restroom supplies.
  • Refilled soap, toilet tissue, paper towel and other requirements.

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37. Proper Disposal

low Demand
Here's how Proper Disposal is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Scheduled outbound loads to proper disposal facilities
  • Supplied fresh linens and collected soiled linens for cleaning and proper disposal routinely decreasing patient waiting times.

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38. Hospital Floors

low Demand
Here's how Hospital Floors is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Provided a safe working environment while professionally cleaning and sanitizing hospital floors.
  • Cleaned hospital floors based on the standards of the state and joint commission.
  • Sterilized and burnished hospital floors using commercial floor auto scrubber and buffer.
  • Perform scheduled and requested cleaning and maintenance of the hospital floors.
  • Cleaned hospital floors and surfaces using prescribed cleaning methods and procedures.
  • Maintained the hospital floors in a clean and sanitary condition.
  • Cleaned hospital floors, cleaned restrooms and soiled linens.
  • Supply linen to hospital floors, trash removal

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39. Mechanical Floor Cleaners

low Demand
Here's how Mechanical Floor Cleaners is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Operate mechanical floor cleaners, buffers, vacuums, shampooers and related equipment.
  • Operate mechanical floor cleaners, polishers and vacuums.
  • Operated mechanical floor cleaners, buffers, vacuums', snow blowers, shampooers and other related environmental service equipment.
  • Operate mechanical floor cleaners, snow blowers, shampooers and other support service equipment.
  • Operate mechanical floor cleaners, buffers, vacuums, snow blowers, shampooers.
  • Operate mechanical floor cleaners, buffers, vacuums.

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40. Nurses Stations

low Demand
Here's how Nurses Stations is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Cleaned windows, doors, vacuum hallways and bathrooms, dusting offices and nurses stations.
  • Cleaned patients rooms, offices, bathrooms, nurses stations.
  • Cleaned and sanitized individual patient rooms and also nurses stations.
  • Clean patient rooms and nurses stations.
  • Clean the core, nurses stations, and 31 patient rooms a day.
  • Clean doctors and nurses stations.*.
  • Provided housekeeping services to nurses stations, staff lounges, physicians lounge.

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41. ICU

low Demand
Here's how ICU is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Assisted patients with mobility, Infant hearing screening, Assisted with IVs in pediatrics and Regional Neo-Natal ICU.
  • Focus on Maternity wing, PICU, PACU, NICU and Family Beginnings.
  • Performed terminal cleans within operating rooms, NICU, ICU and E/R.
  • Job description: Lead housekeeper in ICU and Telemetry.
  • Cleaned picu and labor and delivery floor.
  • Provided cleaning assistant to multiple floors such as ICU, Rehabilitation, Labor & Delivery, Neuro and etc.
  • Clean and sanitize patients rooms, also ER, Urgent Care Drs Lounges, NICU,ICU.

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42. New Occupants

low Demand
Here's how New Occupants is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Perform terminal cleaning procedures, including preparatory activities for new occupants.
  • Preformed terminal cleaning of patients rooms and prepares rooms for new occupants.
  • Prepare rooms for new occupants.

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43. Glass Partitions

low Demand
Here's how Glass Partitions is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Cleaned windows glass partitions and mirrors using soapy water, surface cleaner sponges and squeegees.
  • Cleaned windows, glass partitions, or mirrors, using soapy water or other cleaners.
  • Cleaned windows, glass partitions and mirrors, using soaping water and other cleaners.
  • Clean windows, glass partitions and mirrors
  • Clean windows, glass partitions, and mirrors Clean and service restrooms with mops and disinfectants.
  • Removed finger marks and smudges from vertical surfaces, includingdoors, frames and glass partitions.Emptied and cleaned all waste receptacles.

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44. Disposal Areas

low Demand
Here's how Disposal Areas is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Empty waste baskets, and transport other trash and waste to proper disposal areas.
  • Transport trash, soiled linen and hazardous waste to appropriate disposal areas.
  • Empty wastebaskets and transport trash and bio to proper disposal areas.
  • Transported trash to waste disposal areas.
  • Empty wastebaskets, empty and clean ashtrays, and transport other trash and waste to disposal areas.
  • Transported trash and waste to designated disposal areas with the hospital.

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45. Vacuum Cleaners

low Demand
Here's how Vacuum Cleaners is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Use cleaning devices including microfiber wet and dry mops, dusters, vacuum cleaners, chemicals, and other housekeeping supplies.
  • Operated mechanical equipment such as buffers, automatic scrubbers, pressure washers, vacuum cleaners, shampooers and stream machines.
  • Clean rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, and/or draperies, using vacuum cleaners and/or shampooers.
  • Clean rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture and draperies using vacuum cleaners and shampoos.
  • Use vacuum cleaners, shampooers, and buffers to clean rugs, drapes and more.
  • Operate wet and dry vacuum cleaners to shampoo and clean office carpets.

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46. Light Fixtures

low Demand
Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Used extension poles, ladders, and scaffolds while cleaning walls, ceilings, washed light fixtures, changed draped.
  • Replace light fixtures, doors, unclog toilets etc.
  • Dismantled, cleaned, and replaced light fixtures.
  • Dust furniture, light fixtures, walls, window sills, Etc.
  • Dismantled, cleaned and replaced light fixtures Washed and spot cleaned desktops, office glass, doors, and walls.
  • clean light fixtures, blinds, furniture.

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47. Surgery

low Demand
Here's how Surgery is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Disinfected surgery and other procedure areas.
  • Used heavy machinery to clean Medical Surgery Floors, Critical Care Units, Operating Room, and Emergency Room.
  • Transport patients to exams and to the Operating room for surgery.
  • Provided terminal cleaning of surgery rooms in the OR Dept.
  • Cleaned and sanitized the surgical unit and day surgery units.
  • Help prepare equipment in OR's for next day/surgery.
  • Clean all equipment and surgery rooms in O.R.
  • Tended to patient's needs after surgery.
  • Work experience in OB, which entails sanitizing and maintaining asepsis after a labor and the C-Section OR room after surgery.
  • House keeping work I clean the rooms after a Patient leaves the hospital or after a Surgeryis complete
  • Clean and Disinfect Cardiac Cath Labs (surgery) rooms and other assign duties.
  • Sterilize OR (operation roooms) before surgery cases.
  • clean the surgery rooms after surgery.

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48. Chemical Cleaners

low Demand
Here's how Chemical Cleaners is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Trained in the safe use and maintenance of chemical cleaners, cleaning tools, and riding vacuum.
  • Followed procedures for the use of chemical cleaners to prevent damage to floors/fixtures.
  • Monitor use of chemical cleaners and power equipment, preventing floor/fixture damage.
  • Followed all guidelines and procedures for the use of chemical cleaners.
  • Followed procedures for the use of chemical cleaners and power equipment.
  • Have knowledge, of chemical cleaners and their uses.

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49. Staff Members

low Demand
Here's how Staff Members is used in Environmental Service Technician jobs:
  • Communicated daily with supervisors and staff members to confirm that all areas were well maintained.
  • Communicate with other staff members and supervisors to ensure needs are met for patients.
  • Recruited, scheduled and trained all new housekeeping staff members.
  • Coached and mentored 5 staff members by offering constructive feedback and taking interest in their long-term career growth.
  • Cleaned and sanitized patients' rooms, exam rooms, and work areas Promoted building security Worked closely with staff members
  • Developed and maintained policy and procedure manuals for training new staff members and offering consistent information for colleagues.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Environmental Service Technician

Public Restrooms24.6%
Floor Care20.4%
Patient Rooms12.7%
Safe Environment8.2%
Mop Floors4.3%
Customer Service3.7%
Environmental Services3.2%
Emergency Room2.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Environmental Service Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Public Restrooms
Public Restrooms
21.2%
21.2%
2
2
Floor Care
Floor Care
17.6%
17.6%
3
3
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
11%
11%
4
4
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
7%
7%
5
5
Mop Floors
Mop Floors
3.7%
3.7%
6
6
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.2%
3.2%
7
7
Environmental Services
Environmental Services
2.8%
2.8%
8
8
Emergency Room
Emergency Room
2.4%
2.4%
9
9
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
2.3%
2.3%
10
10
Snow Removal
Snow Removal
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Infection Control
Infection Control
1.7%
1.7%
12
12
Public Areas
Public Areas
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Common Areas
Common Areas
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Dirty Linen
Dirty Linen
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Paper Towels
Paper Towels
1.4%
1.4%
16
16
Janitorial
Janitorial
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Hospital Rooms
Hospital Rooms
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Osha
Osha
1%
1%
19
19
Trash Cans
Trash Cans
1%
1%
20
20
Patient Care
Patient Care
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Discharge Rooms
Discharge Rooms
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
Medical Waste
Medical Waste
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
Building Floors
Building Floors
0.6%
0.6%
24
24
Exam Rooms
Exam Rooms
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
Hospital Staff
Hospital Staff
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
EVS
EVS
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Health Standards
Health Standards
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Locker Rooms
Locker Rooms
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Safety Hazards
Safety Hazards
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Isolation Rooms
Isolation Rooms
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Hospital Areas
Hospital Areas
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Waste Disposal
Waste Disposal
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Overall Cleanliness
Overall Cleanliness
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Waste Material
Waste Material
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Storage Areas
Storage Areas
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Toilet Tissue
Toilet Tissue
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Proper Disposal
Proper Disposal
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Hospital Floors
Hospital Floors
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Mechanical Floor Cleaners
Mechanical Floor Cleaners
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Nurses Stations
Nurses Stations
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
ICU
ICU
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
New Occupants
New Occupants
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Glass Partitions
Glass Partitions
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Disposal Areas
Disposal Areas
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Vacuum Cleaners
Vacuum Cleaners
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Surgery
Surgery
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Chemical Cleaners
Chemical Cleaners
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.3%
0.3%

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