Industrial pump services are services provided by manufacturers, service companies, or contractors to manufacturers and retailers for the purpose of providing industrial cleaning services.
This is the type of service that you would find on most manufacturers’ website, but is not included in the definition of industrial pump service.
Industrial pump service refers to services provided to manufacturers that are not specifically covered by a company’s “industrial pump service” policy.
It includes: services provided for industrial cleaning by an industrial cleaning service provider, such as an industrial disinfecting or industrial cleaning equipment; and services provided at an industrial service provider’s plant, where the service is provided for cleaning industrial equipment and equipment used in manufacturing.
Industrial pumps service is an industrial services category that includes service providers that supply a wide range of services to manufacturers.
Industrial services are provided through either direct or indirect methods.
The primary way in which an industrial pump provider performs industrial pump cleaning services is by providing the industrial cleaning, disinfecting, and/or sanitizing services directly to manufacturers, but there are also a number of other ways an industrial pumping service provider performs its industrial cleaning and disinfecting services.
An industrial pump servicing provider must have a valid state-issued industrial pump permit to offer industrial pump cleanings.
The industrial pump facility must have been authorized by the manufacturer to perform the service, and the pump service provider must be located within the state, and have a separate service provider license issued for the service.
An individual’s use of industrial pumps service also depends on the type and amount of industrial cleaning or disinfecting needed.
Some industrial cleaning providers offer service to customers at different stages of the cleaning process, while others only provide services to customers who have finished the cleaning.
For example, a commercial cleaning service that cleans a warehouse or other equipment before it is packaged or sold to customers is not covered by an individual’s definition of “industrial cleaning” under state law.
For other services that require a specific product or material, the state may require the service provider to have a specific brand, color, or type of cleaning product or chemical used, or may require specific cleaning equipment, such that a specific type of industrial cleanser is required for that specific type or type.
An industry pump service service provider can only offer industrial cleaning to an individual if the service requires an individual to work in the service facility or the industrial pump location.
A service provider cannot be a contractor and be the primary source of the industrial cleanings or disinfections needed to clean the equipment.
If a service provider is contracted by another entity to clean industrial equipment at the factory or service location, the service must also be a separate business transaction that is separate from the cleaning operation.
If an individual does not have a license to offer an industrial clean up, or does not need to purchase an industrial cleaner, the individual may not perform a clean up of an industrial equipment in the industrial location.
If the individual is not authorized by an independent contractor to perform industrial cleaning at the location, then the service does not qualify as an “industrial service.”
However, a service may be considered to be a “industrial clean up” if the cleaning is done by an external person.
An inspection of the facilities or equipment at an inspection site that is conducted in accordance with the inspection report of a service can be used to determine if the services were performed.
If you have questions about the definition or application of “Industrial Pump Services,” contact your local office of the Department of Labor or your state labor department for more information.