COMMITMENT TO WORK. CUSTOMER COMES FIRST. PROFESSIONAL MANPOWER SUPPLIER

SERVICES OFFERED:

We can provide staff for the following works (non-exhaustive list):

A- CIVIL WORKS:

  1. CONSTRUCTION
  2. FLOORING
  3. WALL TILING
  4. PARTITONS AND FALSE CEILING (PARTITIONS)
  5. PLASTER AND CLADDING (PLASTERING)
  6. INSULATIONS
  7. PLUMBING AND SANITARY
  8. CARPENTRY

B- ELECTRICAL WORKS:

  1. VENTILATUION AND AIR FILTRATION
  2. WELDING
  3. METAL PARTS AND ERECTION
  4. FIBRE OPTIC
  5. CABLE PULLING WORKS
  6. ELECTRICITY

C- CLEANING SERVICES:

  1. BUILDING CLEANING(INCLUDING DEBRIS REMOVAL)
  2. RESIDENTIAL CLEANING
  3. OFFICE CLEANING
  4. WINDOW CLEANING
  5. WATER TANKS CLEANING
  6. CONSTRUCTION SITE CLEANING(INCLUDING PRE & POST SITE PREPARATION)

 

D- FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERVICES:

As an Integrated Facilities Management organization, we know the asset is just the beginning. Our clients’ facilities are ultimately about the people and businesses within them. We present ourselves in our clients’ organization and ensure our service is integrated and aligned with their short and long-term strategic intentions.

OOMMAA Facilities Management provision is subject to constant innovation and development. We strive hard continuously to enhance cost efficiency and add value to our Clients’ core businesses by giving them a fool proof solution in taking control of their Support Services’ needs.

OOMMAA Facilities Management professionals are highly experienced with training and internationally recognized professional qualifications to best serve the requirements of our vast range of Clients.

Facilities management (FM) operates across business functions.

The number one priority of an FM is keeping people alive and safe.

Facility management operates at two levels:

  • Strategically-tactically: helping clients, customers and end-users understand the potential impact of their decisions on the provision of space, services, cost and business risk.
  • Operationally: ensuring corporate and re and cost effective environment for the occupants to function.

This is accomplished by managing:

 

1-Health and safety

The FM department in an organization is required to control and manage many safety related issues. Failure to do so may lead to injury, loss of business, prosecution and insurance claims. The confidence of customers and investors in the business may also be affected by adverse publicity from safety lapses.

2-Fire safety

The threat from fire carries one of the highest risks to loss of life, and the potential to damage or shut down a business. The facilities management department will have in place maintenance, inspection and testing for all of the fire safety equipment and systems, keeping records and certificates of compliance.

3-Security

Protection of employees and the business often comes under the control of the facilities management department, in particular the maintenance of security hardware. Manned guarding may be under the control of a separate department.

4-Maintenance, testing and inspections

Maintenance, testing and inspection schedules are required to ensure that the facility is operating safely and efficiently, to maximize the life of equipment and reduce the risk of failure. Statutory obligations must also be met. The work is planned, often using a computer-aided facility management system.

5-Cleaning

Cleaning operations are often undertaken out of business hours, but provision may be made during times of occupations for the cleaning of toilets, replenishing consumables (such as toilet rolls, soap) plus litter picking and reactive response. Cleaning is scheduled as a series of periodic (daily, weekly, monthly) tasks.

The training and certification of cleaning operatives is increasingly a factor in the award of contracts to cleaning services providers.

6-Operational

The facilities management department has responsibilities for the day-to-day running of the building, these tasks may be outsourced or carried out by directly employed staff. This is a policy issue, but due to the immediacy of the response required in many of the activities involved the facilities manager will often require daily reports or an escalation procedure.

Some issues require more than just periodic maintenance, for example those that can stop or hamper the productivity of the business or that have safety implications. Many of these are managed by the facilities management “help desk” that staff are able to be contacted either by telephone or email. The response to help desk calls are prioritized but may be as simple as too hot or too cold, lights not working, photocopier jammed, coffee spills, or vending machine problems.

Help desks may be used to book meeting rooms, car parking spaces and many other services, but this often depends on how the facilities department is organized. Facilities may be split into two sections, often referred to as “soft” services such as reception and post room, and “hard” services, such as the mechanical, fire and electrical services.

7-Business continuity planning

All organizations should have a continuity plan so that in the event of a fire or major failure the business can recover quickly. In large organizations it may be that the staff moves to another site that has been set up to model the existing operation. The facilities management department would be one of the key players should it be necessary to move the business to a recovery site.

8-Space allocation and changes

In many organizations, office layouts are subject to frequent changes. This process is referred to as churn, and the percentage of the staff moved during a year is known as the churn rate. These moves are normally planned by the facilities management department using computer-aided design. In addition to meeting the needs of the business, compliance with statutory requirements related to office layouts include:

  • the minimum amount of space to be provided per staff member
  • fire safety arrangements
  • lighting levels
  • signage
  • ventilation
  • temperature control
  • welfare arrangements such as toilets and drinking water

Consideration may also be given to vending, catering or a place where staff can make a drink and take a break from their desk.

 

E- MEP Maintenance Services:

OOMMAA Comprehensive Maintenance Services include a directly employed, highly skilled workforce dedicated to Total Integrated Facility Management Solutions, General Maintenance, Emergency Repairs, Preventative Maintenance and the regular upkeep of all specialty facilities. Through an Integrated Customer Service Process and the latest technological devices, we provide “real-time” work-orders and rapid responses to all Service requests.

 

F- RECRUITMENT SERVICES:

 

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  1. Applicant Tracking System
  2. Candidate Submittal
  3. Ethnic penalty
  4. Firing
  5. Human resource management
  6. Human resource consulting
  7. Industrial and organizational psychology
  8. On boarding
  9. Personality-Job Fit Theory
  10. Sourcing (personnel)
  11. Trends in pre-employment screening

 

G- REAL ESTATE SERVICES

OOMMAA GROUP OF COMPANIES DEALS WITH THE RENTAL PROPERTIES AS WELL AS THE SALE OF THE PROPERTIES.

RENTAL PROPERTIES

  1. Apartment/ Flat
  2. Villa/ House
  3. Commercial
  4. Rooms for Rent

 

SALE OF PROPERTIES

  1. Apartment/Flat
  2. Villa/House
  3. Commercial
  4. Multiple Units
  5. Land

 

H- GENERAL SERVICES:

  1. TROUBLESHOOTING
  2. MAINTENANCE
  3. NEW INSTALLATIONS