New York State Certified MWBE Corporation
Minority and Women-Owned Business
NYS File ID#61047
Is your current cleaning company maximizing their purpose?
While you head back to your office every day, do you notice dust accumulated behind your working desk from time to time? Do you call your cleaning company every time you see it, and they promise to take better care next time? Now is the time you need to make a decision. Will you keep living with a little dust and a pile of garbage in the backyard or would you look for the best? You need to make sure your cleaning company is maximizing its purpose of cleaning your office properly. If not, it’s time for a change!
NYC Top Building offers the best maintenance services in the entire state. We have been called on repeatedly by some of our corporate clients who want to maintain the high level of cleanliness we display. NYC TOP BUILDING MANAGEMENT offers nothing but the best, our cleaning and maintenance services is very different from other. Our different categories of building services includes but not limited to corporate cleaning services, residential cleaning services, fireguard services, fire safety director service, porter servers, janitorial services and maintenance at particular private or corporate events. We care about your personal hygiene and your standard of cleanliness. Cleanliness is the first step to a longer lasting business. Why risk your health just because your cleaning services are not up to the mark?
Our cleaning services are completely dedicated to our customers. We pride ourselves with providing only top-notch services to some of the biggest states in the country. From apartment cleaning to cabin maintenance, we take care of it all. Our cleaning methods are eco-friendly, innovative, advanced and efficient. We never compromise on the standards of our cleanliness. Become a part of our healthy and eco-friendly cleaning venture by hiring us for your offices and residential buildings!
What is the Difference Between a Fire Guard and a Fire Safety Director?
The purpose of a Fire Guard is to ensure that all buildings, outdoor events, shelters, and occupants are safe in the prevention or in the actual event of fire. Their job can either be of temporary status or permanent status, depending on the situation and they can work several jobs at one time, depending on employment status. Fire Guards must hold a Certificate of Fitness through the FDNY. If a fire alarm is triggered, whether automatic or manual, they must report it to the Fire Safety Director (if present) or call the fire station themselves to verify the alarm was detected by the local FDNY. The Fire Guard reports to either a Fire Safety Director or the building owner or public event manager.
The primary purpose of a Fire Guard is to be present when fire alarm systems go down, or are dismantled due renovations or in the event of new construction until a fire safety system is installed. They are also employed for outdoor public events where no sprinkler system is in effect. They are responsible for walking the premises of up to 50,000 feet once an hour to ensure all fire safety equipment is working, is installed properly, to look for signs of smoke or fire, and to ensure that hazardous waste materials are properly stored at all times.
The purpose of a Fire Safety Director (FSD) is to ensure the safety of all high rise buildings and its occupants. It is a full-time, permanent position. An FSD works directly with the building owner and is responsible for hiring and managing Fire Guards and other fire safety personnel for permanent or temporary positions during fire safety system outages, onsite construction, or replacement of equipment. The FSD must hold a Certificate of Fitness through the FDNY and have an extensive working background in building maintenance, floor plans, and fire safety.
He or she is responsible for conducting fire drills, building and evacuation routes and manning the Fire Command Center in accordance with the Fire Prevention Code. They will assign Fire Guards and other fire safety personnel in assistance with fire drills and the building evacuation process and have them report back to FSD for further instruction. The FSD also checks and maintains all fire safety equipment and makes sure it is installed properly and is in good working condition. In the event of fire, the FSD will verify that the local FDNY has been notified, and will be their first line of contact upon their arrival; they must also contact the building’s owner and keep records of all events, maintenance, and routine drills.