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Industry body says list of ‘essential workers’ entitled to testing leaves out cleaners in critical sectors

The voice of the cleaning industry, the British Cleaning Council (BCC) is calling for all cleaners to be to be included in the expanded first wave of testing for Coronavirus for ‘essential workers’ announced last week. Last Thursday, the Government ...

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MoJ outsourced service workers set to strike over pay

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is expected to be forced to close for the duration of a 48 hour strike by security guards, cleaners and receptionists between 21-23 January organised by the trade union United Voices of the World (UVW). ...

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A Training Revolution – Cleaner Engagement Through Training 

This year UhUb launched into the market place with a new training solution. Created due to companies constantly alluding to training that isn’t there, and understanding that training a few managers, paying a fee, and claiming that you train to ...

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Unsung heroes

Cleaning projects are undervalued, argues Julian Fris, Director at FM Consultancy Neller Davies, but recognising the importance of presenting a clean, well maintained facility should not be overlooked Cleaning is an under-valued profession but an extremely important component of every ...

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Cleanin’ up attitudes

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has recently launched The Cleaning Taskforce. Supported by industry bodies like the British Cleaning Council and a multitude of firms, including Servest, the taskforce aims to: • Promote employers’ compliance with employment law and ...

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