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BCC columns in the news

The British Cleaning Council and members write monthly columns for both Cleaning and Maintenance and Tomorrow’s Cleaning magazines. You can read the latest columns below. To read the columns as they originally appeared, please visit https://cleaningmag.com/issues and https://www.tomorrowscleaning.com/2021-1949 The path towards accredited training for the cleaning and hygiene sector By British Cleaning Council Chairman Paul …

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MPs and Peers to be briefed by leading cleaning and hygiene sector figures

Some of the most prominent figures from the cleaning and hygiene sector will brief MPs and Peers on Tuesday April 20, from 2pm, about how to restore people’s confidence in using work and public spaces following the Covid-19 pandemic. The key session is being run by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on the UK Cleaning …

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All frontline industry staff who support cleaning and hygiene deserve key and essential worker status

The British Cleaning Council (BCC) has expanded on its major initiative to achieve ‘key and essential worker’ status for employees in the cleaning and hygiene sector. BCC Chairman Paul Thrupp said: “As everyone is now aware, the BCC has been very keen to get government recognition of the significant contribution that the cleaning and hygiene …

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The BICSc Annual Awards return

The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) has announced that The BICSc Annual Awards are planned to return this year on Thursday 30 September, at the pleasantly located Forest of Arden Hotel & Spa in Birmingham. This important and much-anticipated event has long celebrated industry excellence, and rewards those who strive to uphold BICSc standards. …

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Audit results show exceptional conformance to CHSA accreditation schemes

The coronavirus pandemic did not stop the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) auditing members, giving buyers of cleaning and hygiene products the certainty that ‘what’s on the box is what’s in the box’. During 2020, a total of 146 audits took place, equalling the number of audits conducted in 2019. Members across all the schemes …

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