Enhancing its ‘technical capability’, Spotless has reported (31 October) it had signed a conditional acquisition agreement for the purchase of the customer contracts and associated assets of ACG – a national security business with turnover of more than $80 million annually.
Now in its seventh year and quickly becoming a celebrated tradition, the Building Service Contractors Association of Australia (BSCAA) NSW division hosted its 2014 AustralianSuper Excellence Awards at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf in Pyrmont (Sydney) on 30 October overlooking ...
ISS Facility Services won nine awards at the Customer Service Institute of Australia's (CSIA) 2014 Service Excellence Awards, announced earlier this month. These annual awards recognise the highest achievement in customer service for individuals and organisations.
Reinforcing the '365-day a year' commitment to their industry, INCLEAN and AUSCLEAN are further upping their investment in 2015 with a new magazine title and an active events program. The initiatives were announced by INCLEAN publisher and Interpoint (AUSCLEAN organiser) ...
It’s a new era for the BSCAA Victoria with a ‘re-energised’ committee and member engagement initiatives
With a newly elected and 're-energised' committee, along with member engagement initiatives planned for the coming year, the Victorian Building Service Contractors Association of Australia (BSCAA) believes it's a new era for the association, from which its members will only ...
Training, employee induction, waste recycling savings and an insight into new technology discussed at the last WFBSC 2014 Congress. Those were the main topics covered at an 'information-fest' delivered at a recent Building Service Contractors Association of Australia (BSCAA) NSW ...
The NSW branch of the Specialised Cleaning and Restoration Industry Association (SCRIA) gathered together under the leadership of NSW president Penny Tralau for its first 'revival' event in hope of encouraging members to become more involved.
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In an exposé by Daily Telegraph journalist, Sarah Crawford, she claims that ‘cleaners have blamed job cuts at hospitals for the filthy emergency waiting areas exposed in a Daily Telegraph hygiene audit’. She also claims that Health Minister Jillian Skinner said it was up to staff, patients and visitors to make sure they ‘slather themselves with the sanitising solutions dotted throughout hospitals to stave off infections,’ states the 30 October article.
Now in its seventh year and quickly becoming a celebrated tradition, the Building Service Contractors Association of Australia (BSCAA) NSW division hosted its 2014 AustralianSuper Excellence Awards at Doltone House, Jones Bay Wharf in Pyrmont (Sydney) on 30 October overlooking a stunning view of the harbour. More than 170 guests were treated to an entertaining speaker over a two-course lunch, which offered BSCs the chance to celebrate the unwavering loyalty and handwork of their frontline cleaners
“Spotless has done its turnaround and is now looking for growth,” said Spotless chairman Margaret Jackson at the annual general meeting on 27 October at Melbourne Town Hall.
Messe Berlin says its marketing efforts to attract exhibitors to CMS 2015 Berlin – Cleaning.Management.Services. (CMS) have reaped early rewards. One year out from the bi-annual cleaning trade fair, exhibitor demand for floor space is higher than ever before, with two-thirds of CMS 2013′s display area already booked, says the organiser.
With flights cancelled, roads blocked and train stations transformed into river canals, Sydney’s phenomenal overnight storm on 15 October sent the transport network into chaos. In the vanguard of cleaning up a flooded Sydney Domestic Airport were Tennant’s versatile T16 ride-on auto scrubbers, presently used in the Airport.
As part of its series of advisories on how cleaning professionals can protect themselves from serious infection – especially now that Ebola has made it to countries including the United States and Europe – Kaivac suggests one way is to avoid handling paper currency.
Pulire’s 2015 edition will further expand this major event with a new element, the ‘PULIRE Clean’ project. Addressing fabric care and laundering equipment manufacturers, the Verona exhibition centre’s pavilion one will be dedicated entirely to this market segment.
In early October South East Queensland Professional Housekeepers Association (SEQPHA) members gathered for a breakfast meeting and tour of the impressive Sunfresh Linen’s Darra facility.
ISS Facility Services won nine awards at the Customer Service Institute of Australia’s (CSIA) 2014 Service Excellence Awards, announced earlier this month. These annual awards recognise the highest achievement in customer service for individuals and organisations.
Pacvac Pty Ltd has announced a new ownership structure with Rodolfo Ponce de Leon recently acquiring part ownership of the business. He has been integral to Pacvac’s management team since starting with the company in June 2013 as industrial designer/product manager.
Judging innovation awards is always a tough task but AUSCLEAN 2014′s judges possessed both the knowledge and experience to find worthy winners. Building Service Contractors Association of Australia (BSCAA) national president George Stamas and BSCAA Victorian president Paul McCann selected products that reflected both international and local research and development.