Welcome! IEHA - Hawaii Chapter

The Hawaii Chapter of IEHA
Uniting Facility Managers Worldwide

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Next Meeting

Wed., Nov. 4; 10 a.m.
McKinley Community School
Room 110
634 Pensacola St.

Speaker: Gene Davis, public relations manager, Ronald McDonald House

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To RSVP, contact Teresa Calabrese at t.calabrese60@gmail.com or 808-294-2242.


Chapter News

Happy Housekeeping Week

From left: Marissa Cacacho, Madeline Chang, Ivy Kwok, Hao Tanacsos, City & County of Honolulu Managing Director Roy Amemiya Jr., Heidi Maxwell, Derrick De Mello

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Contact Us

President Hao Tanacsos
IEHA Hawaii Chapter
P.O. Box 15213
Honolulu, HI 96830-5213
Tel: 808-896-0880
E-mail: haotan@hawaii.rr.com

Kūlia i ka nu‘u
(Strive to reach the highest)
"The best of me to my association,
the best of my association to me"

The Hawaii Chapter of IEHA represents facility housekeeping at the management level. Members represent a variety of industries, including hospitality, health care, education, contract cleaning and suppliers. We provide members with an array of channels through which they can achieve personal and professional growth.

Our Objectives, Goals and Mission

The objectives of this association are to provide and promote leadership, education, resources and opportunities.

1. Promote professional leadership in IEHA, the Hawaii Chapter and professional cleaning.

2. Provide educational services for members.

3. Provide resources services for members.

4. Provide growth opportunities in professional cleaning at all levels, management and front line.

5. Position and market IEHA, the Hawaii chapter and professional cleaning in Hawaii and globally

6. Promote membership in IEHA and the Hawaii chapter.

7. Talk, walk and believe that we clean for health and safety and that cleaning is a science and an art.

Leadership is ...
  • Knowing that commitment, consistency, dedication and passion are important principles and values for successful results
  • Knowing what to do next; and why that is important
  • Knowing how to bring appropriate resources, to bear on the need at hand