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Step up

If you think about cleaning at height, you probably think of ladders, elevated platforms or abseiling. Each of these has an important role to play, but you could be overlooking the fundamental aspect of working at height, according to Sean ...

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It’s NOT just the product, it’s the process

Environmentally friendly service provision has been a feature on the political and business agenda for many years. In this article Scott Newland, ECS chief operating officer, discusses the importance of approaching environmentally friendly cleaning from a lifecycle perspective Making its way ...

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Boosting business through training and development

Jan-Hein Hemke, managing director of soft services and contract cleaning specialists, Facilicom UK, looks at how businesses can reap the benefits of developing the people who work with them Training and development is great for the individual concerned, helping them ...

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Transport’s silent Army

With extremely heavy pedestrian footfall, a high level of security threats and dangerous trackside environments, rail transport is one of the most challenging sectors a facilities management professional can work in. Kevin Murgatroyd, sector director for transport at Interserve, gives ...

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Strategic pest management

Strategic Pest Management has become more relevant over the past 10 years in the pest control industry. This is mainly due to the number of changes in pesticides used, legislation changes, increases in pesticide resistance and greater awareness. Emprise explain ...

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Manchester Cleaning Show 2016

A brand new cleaning show is heading to Manchester on the 6th and 7th of April. Held at Event City, The Manchester Cleaning Show 2016 follows on from its successful London event and is being organised by the British Cleaning ...

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Fair deal for cleaners

As a member of two of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) Cleaning Task Force’s working groups, Phil Smith, corporate relationship director at Facilicom UK is well placed to explain its campaign to improve the working conditions of those ...

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Cleaning for all to see

QAC is a residential college for people with visual impairment and other disabilities. The college has 55 residential students and clients, more than 160 day students and 200-plus teaching and other staff. Based in Harborne, Birmingham, it provides students with life ...

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Protecting the environment

Waste management is a concern for many businesses, particularly those that store/use fuels, chemicals and other hazardous materials. Removing and disposing of this waste safely is essential for legislative reasons and to protect the environment – infact waste management and ...

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Working out cleanliness

When your entire business is based around promoting a healthy lifestyle the last thing you want is for dirt and germs to infiltrate your premises. This is the constant battle fought by gyms and fitness centres, which, with their high ...

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