Propose Association Liabilities Allocate 20 Percent of Workforce Certified

(Bahasa Indonesia) TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA-The chairman of the association proposes that the government require all hygiene and laundry services company to allocate 10-20% of workers certified in every business.

This was done to ensure the quality of work that is competent to face the competition of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). They are the Chairman of the Association of APKLINDO (Cleaning Servis Association of Indonesia).

Then, ASPPHAMI (Association of Pest Control Companies Indonesia), APLI (Association of Professional Laundry Indonesia), and the ORIGINAL (Laundry Association of Indonesia).

Press Conference preparation of the Expo Clean and Laundry Expo 2016 Pulau Dua Senaya Restaurant, Senayan Jakarta, Tuesday (22/03/2016). From the left to right : Chairman of the APLIK (Apik Primadya), Chairman of ASPHAMI (Boyke Arie Pahlevi), Chairman APKLINDO (HM. Shiddiq SP.), Director of MAS (Tedy Halim), Managing Direcktor of Kaercher Indonesia (Edouard Lastennet) and General Chairman of APLI (Wasono Raharjo)

Proposals to the government, especially the Ministry of Labour of the Republic of Indonesia is delivered in a Press Conference & Expo Clean Laundry Expo 2016. The event will be held for the third time is planned to be held on 7-9 April 2016 at the Jakarta International Expo Kemayoran. “70% to 80% of the total cost of cleaning services is allocated to human resources (HR). So it is important to have a unit price janitorial services are standardized to prevent unfair competition and fraudulent means wage workers,” said Chairman APKLINDO, HM Siddiq SP in a press release submitted to, Tuesday (03/22/2016).

“The obligation to allocate 10% to 20% of workers certified in any project work will also ensure the quality of work and to provide better employment opportunities for the human resources already certified competence,” added Siddiq.

The call of the Chairman of this APKLINDO delivered respond to the desire for property managers, hospitals, schools, office buildings, and others who wanted the price of cleaning services were cheap-cheap.

Because the largest cost for cleaning services is in HR, it stands to reason that the wages of workers who ideally suit PMW (Provincial Minimum Wage) that is the first to be sacrificed.

Together with its partners in the field of hygiene, Chairman of the Indonesian Association of Pest Control Company (ASPPHAMI) Boyke Arie Pahlevi also expressed similar concerns.

“Pest control company uses a lot of tools and chemicals that must be handled with special skills. The obligation of certification of competence for pest control workers will help ensure the quality of work and health security for people occupant of the room,” said Boyke.

Regarding laundry, Laundry Chairman of the Professional Association of Indonesia (APLI) Wasono Raharjo stated, the laundry profession employees in hotels and hospitals generally receive periodic training and facilitated to get certified.

“So they have a pretty good bargaining power when dealing with the employer. Even the phenomena of recent years is a lot of laundry managers are drawn to work abroad because of his skills in the management of laundry,” he said.

However, the laundry was spread in today’s urban namely kilogram laundry still lacks standardization in terms of both management and the quality of the work of his laundry.

It makes consumers must be very clever to choose the appropriate laundry so that their expectations are not harmed.

For the Chairman of the Association of Indonesian Laundry (ASLI) Charmingly Primadya propose that any such commercial laundry business kilogram laundry room is required to have certification as a requirement of an operating license.

“The obligation of certification for employers to laundry employees will provide standardization and quality of work better. In the end, consumers will also benefit because the cleanliness of their clothes to be more secure,” said Charmingly.



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