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We are AWAN ENTERPRISES. We are a janitorial service and building Maintenance Company and Manufacture. We provide detailed office cleaning services and have been in business for over 5 years. We service commercial and residential buildings, financial institutions, small businesses, major hotel chains, and large corporations. AWAN ENTERPRISES is equipped to serve with trained experienced insured and bonded staff. In business for more than 5 years, AWAN ENTERPRISES Cleaning Service is a favorite of property management firms, general managers, government agencies and office managers. Facilities, office, and operations managers have been trusting AWAN ENTERPRISES to provide quality cleaning service on a daily, weekly, monthly or one-time basis. trust us to give you the Royal quality cleaning treatment. Commercial Cleaning and Building Maintenance, and More AWAN ENTERPRISES is a leading provider of outsourced facilities services with a long-standing reputation as a dependable company. Whether your facility is a commercial office complex, an institutional or industrial facility, or simply a small business, we offer a full-range of contract and on-demand facility service and cleaning solutions. We serve Aviation, Banking, Real Estate, Construction, Convention Centers, Government, Industrial, Retail, Sports Venues, Events, Small to Large Business, Industrial, and manufacturing clients.
Company Prolife For Janitorial Services
Awan Enterprises is to be the most reputable organization known for excellent service, responsive, happy, innovative staff members and satisfied customers.
To transform an industry known for high staff turnover and low standards into an effective and efficient industry, by continually improving our service levels, and constantly meeting our customer requirements.
Our Quality objectives
• • • • To make sure we specifically understand each customer’s needs before we start delivery To upgrade the technology we use and knowledge of all personnel through training To constantly provide cutting edge knowledge and information as per client’s requirements, acceptable national and international standards Achieving customer satisfaction through the combined efforts of planning, resource management, delivery of services and feedback from our clients
Mr.Zeeshan , Managing Director: Her role in the organization is that of a General Manager. Mr. Zeeshan a former Banker brings experience in finance, people management, and some administrative skills acquired from running a small engineering company Being a General Manager he manage the activities of AWAN Cleaning Services, with Marketing and Finance being her specialty. Mr.REEZI, Human Resource Manager: An experienced Teacher with Bachelor of Arts 1st degree & BA (hons) This manager also has a diploma in bookkeeping. She brings into the organisation people management experience, which he acquired over a period of more than 20 years as a high school teacher and a Head of department. He is being trained on Occupational, health and safety act to enable he to drive compliance on this act. He is also manage quality in our various sites. This is the man who makes sure that our existing clientele and our internal clientele (staff members) are satisfied and happy with our services at all times by the operations. Mr.Jhanzaib , Administration Manager: Holds Diplomas in financial management and Payroll Administration. He joined our organisation in July 2004 as Payroll Administration learner. He is trained in various areas like VIP payroll system, Information management, training management, debtors and creditors control, Basic conditions of employment act, Labour relations act, employment equity, skills development act etc. This Manager offers high versatility to Staza Cleaning Services. In addition to these Managers we currently have 2 Site Managers and 14 supervisors who are well trained in cleaning and management of people. These supervisors look after a total of 148 cleaners, of which 63 of them are around Pretoria,
Cleaning of office building and other commercial areas:
• • General contract and once-off cleaning Curtain washing
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Standard and deep cleaning Floor stripping and sealing Carpet cleaning Window cleaning Pre-cleaning of new premises Hydro Blasting Industrial vacuum cleaning for wet and dry material recovery Chemical cleaning Pumping of spillage and flooded sumps Waste removal services Manual work teams Landscaping and Gardening Hygiene Services through Absolute Cleaning Solution cc Casual Labourers Toilet paper Cleaning chemicals Sanitary equipment Personal protective clothing and equipment Safety pack and Refreshment packs We are customer focused in all we do Well managed organisation. We have the resources and experience to provide a quality service to our clients. Compliance to OHS act and environment management. Our well trained workers whom we continually invest on their improvement. We are not too big or too small to understand and meet out client requirement.
Supplier of consumables
What Makes us a preferred supplier
Awan Cleaning Services is total committed to client satisfaction. This involves careful discussion of specific needs and requirements prior to making any proposal and provision of service.. Happy, trained and innovative workers - we will remain a leader in this industry, what puts us ahead in the labour market is our commitment to develop and look after our workers, which includes training, fair remuneration as laid down by legislation and observing other regulations that enhance both working and social lives of our workers.
• • • Every employee that joins AWAN Cleaning Services has to go through an induction course whereby we explain the purpose of the company, our objective and the scope of the work to be done. Our trained supervisors and operations manager continually do on-job training. Other internal courses that we offer are customer care, Interpersonal skills, personal protection based on occupational health and safety act, use of cleaning chemicals and equipment.
We also do external training via Service Seta and their accredited service providers. Our Skills facilitator and training provider, Sofline VIP is our great trainer in administration, taxation and labour law issues. All our managers have been trained in these areas. We use VIP payroll system to calculate and store our employees’ salary, and we export into Standard Bank Business online. So at the touch o a button all our employees are paid on the last Friday of each month.
We are currently running the business from the Directors office. We have a dedicated office space, where we have two computers, Two printers, Three Desks, two Photo copying machine, two fax machine, four Filing cabinets & Six chairs. We have space in this property that we use as a training room to do our inductions:
Number of Personnel:
AWAN Cleaning Services is currently employing 169 Staff members all between age 21 and 55 years old. All our employees can read and write We do both entry and exit medical check-up on our employees to make sure they are physically and mentally fit to serve our customers. Staff members divided as: • Management personnel: 3 • Admin clerk: 1 • Site managers: 2 • Supervisors: 14 • Cleaners fulltime: 148
Machines: • 34 Silent vacuum Cleaners • 12 Wet & Dry Vacuum Cleaners • 18 Single Disc Rotary Machines • 8 Stepladders • 6 Carpet Extractors • 48 Mop Unit Trolleys • 6 Carry Trolleys • 4 Carpet Blowers • 12 Brush cutters • 3 riding polishers • 6 Lawn Mowers • 2 riding lawn mowers Standard Uniform/Protective Clothing • sets of uniforms (two piece overalls or Dust coat) • 2 T shirts (Summer Uniforms) • Pair of Boots
Company Prolife For Fumigation Services
ABOUT AWAN PEST CONTROL
Pest infestation is one of the most common nuisance that effect people and properties daily, whether residential or commercial they can be troubled by a variety of pests, e.g. rats, moths, birds and bugs, to mention only a few. We at Apest pride ourselves not only on the high standard of work we carry out but on our undisputed reputation. Over the years we have proved that we are dedicated to providing an exceptional service to the environment and for the public health. Our technicians are fully trained and continually develop their knowledge on all works at hand. Our Staff All pest technicians complete a comprehensive training course, AWAN PEST CONTROL on training makes us a must to use when engaging a pest control company. When you choose AWAN PEST CONTROL you receive service from a professional who is thoroughly trained, right through from your initial telephone enquiry. All staff are fully trained specialists who are able to cope with access problems, traffic management and inaccessible locations. We have an enviable reputation with local authorities, transport companies, buildings maintenance and construction companies throughout London and the Home counties. Whether its a 24 hour emergency callout, a one off visit or a long term maintenance contract we can provide the appropriate solution. Our staff all undergo thorough training and re- training in new industry methods. Commercial Services
24 hour service with same day response guaranteed. Commercial environments are extremely prone to pests harbouring their properties, these instances need to be surveyed at the earliest time and treatment or prevention put into action immediately. We will carry out a no obligation survey prior to any job or contract commencing. Our technicians will then acknowledge the degree of treatment or prevention that is required. A full report will be written and given to the client advising on the following: • • • • AWAN PEST CONTROL Contact Details Full reports advising on findings, treatments, preventions and recommendations All relevant areas of Health & Safety will be made aware Costs
TYPE OF PEST
Types of Pest - The Mouse (rodent) house mouse, Mus domesticus
History Originated in the steppes of Central Asia. Reportedly found in this country as early as the 9th Century, when and how will continue to remain unsolved. Certainly as agricultural practices improved man's harvests, the need for greater storage facilities were created thus providing more food and nest sites for mice and rats. Habits M. domesticus will drink water if available but can survive on food with a moisture content of 15%. It is omnivorous, feeding from a number of different points.
Whole wheat, which has been partly eaten by mice, has a kibbled appearance whilst whole grain, partly eaten by rats, has a cut or chopped appearance. Colour Ears Eyes Tail Weight (adult) Litters per year Litter size Maturity Average life span Brown to grey with a lighter underside Large Small Slightly less than body length 10 - 25 g 5-8 4-8 6 - 8 weeks 3 - 4 months
Vertebrate Pestfiles (rodent) Rodent Control Methods General tips for rodent monitoring and control programmes are given in this section. Prior to carrying out treatment against rats or mice, a thorough inspection or survey of the property, site or area should take place to decide on the extent and size of the infestation. Adjoining areas should also be included in this survey (as rodents may travel from other areas to feed or drink then return to a harbourage). The following covers the basic points to consider including protective equipment. During the survey, the surveyor or operative should also be undertaking at least a mental risk assessment, in some circumstances using a check/tick box risk assessment to cover hazards that are found on site. Any factors that the client or property owner can do to improve the situation should also be noted. For instance, housekeeping, stacking, proofing and cleaning etc all form part of an integral control programme. Protective equipment requires is as follows: Gloves, coverall, suitable footwear and a hard hat for the survey, if in ducting or roof spaces. Additional equipment that may be required include a torch, notebook and tracking dust. Obtain as much information as possible from people on site and use this information when conducting the survey. Try and put the information gained into context whilst on site, remembering that people may exaggerate and may also pass on second-hand information that may be incorrect. Armed with the background knowledge of biology and behaviour, look for signs of rodents. These will include: • Holes • Droppings • Runs • Smear marks • Damage • Tracks • Nests
• Dead and live rodent A further characteristic is smell. Rodents produce a distinct odour in nests sites and harbourages that once experienced will not be forgotten. Baiting techniques Following the survey, (having established which species is present) a baiting programme should be established. The dilemma that faces the operative is to present a rodenticide to the rodent without endangering non-target animals or man. Each infestation will not only be different but will change daily, even hourly in this aspect and this should be taken into consideration when carrying out the site assessment. With these points in mind, the baits should be out of site and not accessible if at all possible, consideration should be given to using tamper-resistant bait stations. See Section 5, Rodent Control; the use of bait stations. Examples of baiting locations Domestic (Mice) Areas favoured by mice are food storage and preparation areas such as kitchens and pantries. Airing cupboards, sub-floor areas, enclosed pipes and baths in bathrooms and loft areas are also favoured areas. Safeguarding baits in a domestic location will always be a high priority, therefore always consider using tamper-resistant bait stations. These can be placed under or behind kitchen fittings, behind fridges, under kitchen units, behind the bottom drawer of the cooker etc. In airing cupboards, they can be placed behind the tank and in a large majority of cases, under the floorboarding. If baits are to be used in bathroom areas, bath panels can be removed and baits placed under the bath itself. Loft areas usual present a low risk of accessibility from non-targets and often cardboard bait boxes or even open trays are used. If in any doubt, use tamper-resistant bait boxes in these areas also. It is important to remember that mice feed from many different places during the course of a nights feeding. Control will therefore be achieved by placing a large number of small bait points rather than fewer bigger bait points. In a domestic situation, if tamperresistant baits may be disturbed, block formulations will reduce the risk of contamination by spillage. Domestic Rats Preferred areas are as for mice. Harbourages are usually sub-floor and loft areas, therefore baited laid in these areas should have little likelihood of being accessed by humans and nontarget animals. If at all possible, use the larger tamper-resistant rat bait boxes. Important considerations in domestic rat infestations are how the rats gained access to the building. Proofing may well be required. If no proofing faults are found then a drain/sewer fault needs to be explored and rectified. Adjacent premises should also be checked for proofing and/or drain faults. Remember that rats are reluctant to nest indoors. Farms (rats and mice) Farms come a large number of different shapes and sizes. In general, living accommodation will be an integral part of the site so that children and domestic animals must also be considered. Stored animal feed and crops, bedding, even animal waste will present an ideal environment to support a rodent infestation. Rodents living and feeding outside will enter buildings with the onset of the winter months. Mice living indoors should be treated using bait stations placed in safe locations if accessible, and if contamination from spillage is a hazard, blocks within tamper-resistant stations should be used. Rats need ready access to a water supply as they must drink daily. Runs to the water source may be evident and give an indication of harbourages. These may be evident as holes and if holes can themselves be baited safely, this should be done. To reduce the risks of nontargets, cover the holes with materials found in the location; stones, wood, etc. Covering holes will also have the advantage of keeping the baits dry, keeping them palatable for longer. Ideally, the bait point should be at least 60cm down the hole to prevent children
reaching the bait. To protect farm buildings, external bait points should be established. These may be on the outer perimeter of the site as a whole and could also include the perimeter of each building. Fixed tamper-resistant bait stations for these locations would give the highest level of protection. This must be determined during the survey and assessment. Internal bait points should be placed near to the source of the infestation without risk of contamination to animal feed or stored crops and in locations where poultry and other animals cannot gain access to them. Food Premises (rats and mice) Concern in these locations is the risk of spillage and the resultant risk of contamination from the spilled rodenticide. This risk will overcome by the use of formulations. In very sensitive areas indicator blocks (non-toxic blocks) can be used contained within tamper-resistant bait stations (both for rats and mice). These are particularly useful. Internal bait points should be kept to a minimum and reduced once an infestation has been cleared. Fixings to walls and floors is desirable and far safer in production areas. Away from production areas, boiler rooms, false roofs, etc, are high risk and should be baited. Perimeter baits, if appropriate for the location, should be established. These should be of a fixed tamper-resistant type to give the highest level of protection to the bait. Internal locations of bait points in restaurants, kitchens etc, should be as for domestic premises. In many premises, baiting of production areas is not permitted. Machinery to be used: 1) Knapsack sprayer having excellent pressure thrust that provides outstanding pest control. Will be utilized both inside the structure and outside in lawns and drains. Trijet fogger with its ability to sublet a solution drop into up to 32-64 droplets, thus generating a solution mist that gives massive equi-distribution of the solution mist that avoids any space from the penetration of solution mist. Will be used inside the structure where a refined mist is required and no stains are deserved. Thermal fogger that provides excellent flying incest control in the building surroundings or outer premises. Will be used as and when required. Other possible equipments as available and convenient.
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( Permanent contract) Ittefaq Hosoital (Product Supply) Ghulab Devi Hospital (product Supply) Doctor’s Hospital (product supply) Punjab Institute Of Cardiology (product supply) General Hospital Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital & Research Centre (product supply) Sheikh Zaid Hospital (Chishty Brothers) Zarar Shaheed Hospital Al Shefa Hospital Al Rehman Hospial Karchi Nafsiati Hospital (all centres) IPH Hospital Holy Family Hospital Agha Khan Maternity Hospital Karachi Adventist Hospital Agha Khan Tarika Board Pharmaceutical Highnoon Lab Pharmadic Lab BSN Medical (PVT) Limited Millac Pvt Ltd Asian Pharma (Factory) Parke Devis Pharma Gaba Pharmaceutical Sami Pharmaceutical Lahore Lahore Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Fort abbas Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Queen Mary College LUMS University Lahore American School Govt. College of Physical Education SKANS College Punjab University (selected departments) Chand Bagh School World Memon Foundation BahriaFoundation College Homeopathic College Suffa Savioer School THE MESSAGE School System Banks Habib Bank Ltd (Selected Branches) RBS (Selected Branches) Kashf Foundation State Bank U.B.L Banks SME Bank Habib Bank Ltd Habib Bank Complex Building Apartments Asma garden Bhayani Heights Bisma Garden Karachi Karachi Karachi Lahore Lahore Lahore Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Quetta Muridke Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore
Hamdard Dawa Khana Office Telenor Mobilink Head office Media Bank Descon Camp Office (Pakistan PTA Ltd) Pakistan Rangers House Target Corporation (Head Office) GST Building (NEPA & Sabzi Mandi) PNSC Building
Bissy’s Heights Bissy’s Tower
Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi
Lahore Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi
Crescent Apartment Ahmed Square Embassies Libya Embassy
OUR VALUABLE CLIENT LIST
Industries Lays Pepsico (Sundar Plant) Mayfair Asian Foods Industry Lahore Raiwind Industries Household Products Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd Hum Sons Karachi Karachi
WALLS Ice-cream Unilever Shezan (Bundh Road) Pepsi cola Riaz Bottler (Termite Proofing D.G Khan Nishat Group Leeds Garments US Apparel 1, Gulberg US Apparel 2, Defence Road US Apparel 3, Youhanabad Sajid Floor Mills, Defence Road Asian floor Mills, Kalashahkako 4 B Group, Lahore Centre, Gulberg Vario Line Intercole, Kanakacha ICI Paint Plant ICI Polyster Variolion Intercool (Kana kacha) Ureka Sports National Foods Abid Industries Al Abis Silk Mills Irfan Nouman Rice Mills Dawn Bread Mecotex SUPARCO Syngenta Pakistan Limited Arif Industries
Bhai Phero Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Sheikhup ur Lahore Sialkot Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi
Junaid Floor Mills Universal Cables Soorty Denim Site Associated Merchandising Corporation Ismail Industries Prinz Textile Agencies Polani Industries Textile Avenue Household Products Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd Hum Sons Junaid Floor Mills Universal Cables Soorty Denim Site Associated Merchandising Corporation Ismail Industries Prinz Textile Agencies Polani Industries Textile Avenue MK Associates NISWA Kareemabad Apollo Textile Mills Plantinium Co-operative Society Hilal Confectionery P. Zahoor Sacho Tanveer Dying
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AGS Batteries (Pvt) Ltd Continental Chemicals Dentogen Laboratories Eastern Garments
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Kamal Industries Pakistan PTA Limited Paragon Industries
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OUR VALUABLE CLIENT LIST
Projects EME, Society GEO TV Virtual TV Raiwand Jammat Markaz DHA Villas, DHA DHA Home Services (Official Partners) Pakistan Cricket Borad (PCBA), nationwide Sheesh Mahal (UNESCO sponsored Lahore Lahore Lahore Raiwand Lahore Lahore Builders & Associates Nayyer Ali Dada & Associates NESPAK, Design Dimensions Designer’s East Shelters/Aslam Khan Associates Raees Faheem Associates Progressive consultants Habib Rafique (Bahria town) Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore
renovation project) Data Darbar Punjab Assembly Baba Farid Complex Bibi Pak Daman Complex Faisal Mosque City 42 TV Channel Lahore Pak Pattan Lahore Islamabad Islamabad Lahore Allied Engineerings Tareen Associates ISBAH HASSAN Affable Associates International Constructors Mansoor Mazhar & Associates Imtiaz Associates Mughal Construction ECHO WEST International ASK Consultants Al-Imam Consultants Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore
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