Services

In line with international best practice standards, we offer extensive operational support.

Essential service delivery during COVID-19 lockdown

During the national lockdown we will still be delivering essential services that include:

  • Cleaning
  • Catering
  • Security
  • Hygiene
  • Sea transport

Our colleagues who do not form part of the essential services teams will be working from home and are ready to assist you. Integrated Facilities Solutions? Think Servest.

To stay informed, visit the South African COVID-19 resource portal

Essential service delivery during COVID-19 lockdown

During the national lockdown we will still be delivering essential services that include:

  • Cleaning
  • Catering
  • Security
  • Hygiene
  • Sea transport

Our colleagues who do not form part of the essential services teams will be working from home and are ready to assist you. Integrated Facilities Solutions? Think Servest.

To stay informed, visit the South African COVID-19 resource portal

The Servest value proposition

We form strategic partnerships with our clients to integrate people, places, processes and technology to achieve their triple bottom line and strategic business objectives. We deliver multiple solutions that enable functionality, create comfort, safety and enhance efficiency of the built and marine environment.

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Case Studies

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Servest’s Hospital Security Offering

Security in the healthcare sector is particularly complex, partly because of the different types of facilities, the varying threat levels and the compliance requirements. Here is our approach to security in this sector.

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Servest supports Mossel Bay gas exploration

Our Marine solutions supports shipping companies across a number of ports in South Africa to transfer personnel, official documents, fresh water, ship stores, and other urgent requirements.

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St Stithians and Servest: sharing a 17-year journey

As part of our integrated solutions offering, Servest has provided landscaping and turf solutions for the St Stithians campus facilities

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News

Office plants make the atmosphere unbe-leaf-able

The average person will spend up to 90 000 hours in an office, according to a study conducted by Business Insider. This is a large chunk of the average lifespan, why not make it a place of solace and fresh air? No, we don’t suggest you work outdoors all the time, but the introduction of […]

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More needs to be done to ensure stronger security systems in healthcare facilities

According to the South African Medical Association (SAMA) more than 30 hospitals across the country have reported serious security incidents this year. “One criminal offense in a healthcare facility is one too many, and while our crime levels in hospitals are moderately low, we cannot have a society where hospitals are not safe,” says Derek […]

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The cleaning services industry presents opportunities for unemployed youth

As the class of 2019 matriculants wrap up their high school years, some will proceed to higher education institutions, while others will not make it. There are matriculants from as far back as five years ago who are still sitting at home; they could not proceed into higher learning institutions for a number of reasons […]

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COVID-19

The safety of our colleagues and you, our valued customer, is our greatest priority. The impact brought about by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a challenge we take seriously.

At Servest, we are doing everything we can to protect our colleagues and empower them with the relevant information on personal hygiene and preventative measures in line with the guidelines from the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD), the World Health Organisations (WHO) and the National Department of Health (NDoH).

We are therefore, on an ongoing basis reviewing all options available to us to ensure that as an essential service provider, we continue to operate during the national lockdown working within the parameters of the protocols provided; along with safety plans that we have put in place.

We want to ensure that all essential businesses have the services and solutions they need from us, and we will continue to take safety measures across all our sites. Should you have any concerns, or suspicion that anyone may be infected by COVID-19 in your business, ,we urge you to contact the Government COVID-19 emergency hotline number 0800 029 999 and notify us via email on [email protected].

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Please be assured that we are dedicated to ensuring business continuity in this unprecedented time.

Thank you for your continued loyalty.

For more information and updates on the corona virus, please visit www.sacoronavirus.co.za