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Contest Seeks Top EVS Technician

June 15, 2022

Cintas Corp. is now accepting submissions for its 2022 Cleaning to Advance the Patient Experience (C.A.P.E.) Award.

The third-annual awards program recognizes environmental services (EVS) technicians in acute or long-term care facilities for performing exceptional essential services. The Cintas C.A.P.E. Award is open to all acute and long-term care EVS technicians who have worked at their facility for at least one year. Nominations must be 500 words or less on why the nominee is deserving of the award and submitted by August 8.

Cintas will award US$2,500 to eight winners and a $2,500 donation on their behalf to their health care institution. The winning EVS technicians will also receive a Rubbermaid charging bucket with supplies from Rubbermaid Commercial Products.

“EVS staff are the first line of defense against infection at healthcare facilities, but they work outside the spotlight,” said Chad Poeppelmeier, Cintas vice president of healthcare. “We are proud to honor these unsung heroes who display kindness and courage and spend countless hours maintaining facilities to prevent infection.”

For more information on Cintas’ C.A.P.E. Awards, visit www.CintasCapeAwards.com.

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