There seems to be an undercurrent of change going on in the South Florida Yacht Service industry. A sweeping move to remove risk from ofd the shoulders of shipyards, boat owners but most importantly the men and women who carry out the services. This starts with an understood mandate the everyone must have an OSHA (Occupational Saftey and Health Administration) 10 hour course that educates employees on hazards that exist in the work place. Many shipyards and programs are not letting anyone on property that has not taken this course, effectively cutting risk down substantially. The cost to send employees to a 2 day course is moderate yet may companies are ignoring the call. This is effectively purging contractor groups from service yards who don’t share the ideal of safety. At Freedom Yacht Services we are proud to be the very best yacht detailing group in South Florida yet realize our commitment to yacht services starts first with our employees. Educating our boat cleaning teams in ft lauderdale on ways to minimize the risk of them not going home that night to see their family.
Monthly Archives: February 2020
Recently we’ve been increasing our organization within our company and have found that it drastically helping our bottom line. We’ve found that a tight organization of our detail products leads to a tighter approach to our detail cleaning jobs. By showing employees these unwavering systems and holding them accountable for keeping them up, our performance has increased. Stocking our storage in an excellent detailed manner meant stocking our vans in this manner. This transferred over to stocking our ceramic coating kits and yacht detailing kits in a very specific way to make sure our detailers have just what they need when the job called. This dedication to being the best yacht detailing group is transferring over in the way we prep Windows and yacht cosmetics before we wash, wax or ceramic coat our clients boat. By organizing we can better prepare and job and execute on the minute. In the end the client is happy and our crew stay happy.