About National Custodial Worker’s Recognition Day
A custodial worker is responsible for maintaining a clean and organized environment in a variety of settings.
This can include offices, schools, hospitals, and other public spaces. The duties of a custodial worker typically involve sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dusting, and cleaning windows and surfaces. They may also be responsible for restocking supplies such as soap and toilet paper in restrooms or replenishing office supplies like paper and pens.
Custodial workers may also be required to perform minor maintenance tasks such as changing light bulbs or unclogging toilets. In some cases, they may also be responsible for disposing of trash or recycling materials.
Ultimately, the goal of a custodial worker is to ensure that all areas are safe and sanitary for those who use them.