To reach the top of Jewel, the cleaners need to scale the full height of the building - about 40 metres.
Due to the dome shape of Jewel’s structure, instead of a boom lift, the cleaning crew needs to perform their tasks while suspended on an abseil, with the highest point at the top of Jewel reaching about 40 metres. These specialised workers are Rope Access certified by the Industrial Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA).
To ensure the safety of the cleaners at both Changi Airport and Jewel, weather patterns are closely monitored and cleaning operations will be scheduled to avoid days with adverse weather conditions.
Without a doubt, keeping Changi Airport and Jewel clean is part of delivering a pleasant and delightful experience to passengers and visitors alike, as well as to ensure that these iconic landmarks continue to dazzle under the Singapore sky.