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All manufacturers in CHSA to be assessed for manufacturing standards

From 1 January 2014 all members of the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers’ Association (CHSA) that manufacture soft tissue products, plastic refuse sacks or industrial cotton mops must be approved members of the relevant Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Scheme. “We understand that ...

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Asbestos specialists, PTL Occupational Hygiene at your service

PTL Occupational Hygiene Consultants are an Asbestos Management Company with expertise in the environmental field with an excellent reputation for offering a premier environmental service with UKAS Inspection and Testing accreditation. Consultants are accredited to undertake the following: Management and ...

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FMA’s chief discusses highs and lows of populating its new MBA

This month, Chris Hoar, chief executive of the Facilities Management Association (FMA), discusses the highs and lows of populating the new FMA MBA. We began devising the FMA MBA in association with Sheffield Hallam University after carrying out thorough research ...

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Making a difference: the CHSA’s accreditation schemes at The Cleaning Show

The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers’ Association (CHSA) Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Schemes (soft tissue, plastic refuse sacks and industrial cotton mops) have had a significant impact, driving up standards and giving buyers confidence whenever they see the logos of the Schemes. ...

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Lighting manufacturer invests in safety and gains coveted accreditation

Emergency lighting manufacturer, P4 Limited, has announced it has become the first, independent, solely dedicated emergency lighting manufacturer to gain certification under the BAFE SP203-4 scheme. To satisfy BAFE’s (British Approvals for Fire Equipment) requirements for SP203-4 emergency lighting certification, Fakenham ...

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Safe and effective hand washing in food service environments

Hands are recognised worldwide as one of the most common vehicles of contamination within the food industry. Dangerous pathogens can be picked up by food handlers handling raw meats, bins, dirty equipment, door handles, phones and even computer keyboards. There ...

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No food scheme is 100% fool-proof admits industry body

When Malcolm Walker, the boss of Iceland, suggested that catering is often more vulnerable than the supermarkets to price pressure, the Soil Association agreed and added, that when it comes to food in our schools and hospitals, checking the label ...

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Instarmac can manufacture & schedule order deliveries within just a few hours

Instarmac group has been ISO accredited for over a decade. This is a significant achievement for any business, especially a UK privately-owned manufacturer. With many similar companies following suit, Instarmac has recently been audited as part of their ongoing commitment to lean efficiency and business management, and have received a positive report worthy of their 30+ years.

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Driving towards the benefits of sustainable business practice

Approved Design Consultancy have recently announced that they are embarking on a third year of sustainable practice certification, because the improvements have been vast, particularly their cost savings.

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