Wimbledon cleaning staff were 'not paid enough to buy food'

24th of July 2018
Wimbledon cleaning staff were 'not paid enough to buy food'

Cleaning staff at the Wimbledon's recent tennis championships claim they had to take food from bins because they were not paid enough by the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) to buy lunch and dinner when they working - reported The Guardian.

Cleaners also said they had to crouch in corridors during breaks because there was no official break

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Cleaners face increased risk of multiple sclerosis, says study

23rd of July 2018
Cleaners face increased risk of multiple sclerosis, says study

Cleaners, beauticians, decorators and anyone coming into contact with potent solvents in paint thinners and cleaning chemicals are 50 per cent more likely more likely to develop multiple sclerosis (MS), a new study has found.

The risk of developing the neurodegenerative disease is seven times higher in people who work with solvents and have a

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European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards - entry deadline extended to August 1

20th of July 2018
European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards - entry deadline extended to August 1

The closing date for entries to the European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2018 has today been extended to Wednesday August 1.

The professional cleaning sector employs millions of people across Europe and plays a vital role in health, wellbeing, image and perception. The European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards is the only pan-European programme

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'Sanitary bins in public toilets should be higher priority'

19th of July 2018
'Sanitary bins in public toilets should be higher priority'

Sanitary bins in in public toilets should be a higher priority for councils, according to a charity in Northern Ireland which provides hygiene products for homeless women.

The plea from Homeless Period Belfast came after it was revealed that one council has not installed sanitary bins in any of its 31 public toilets - saying there is "no

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Students raise £1,500 to send cleaner on Jamaica trip

18th of July 2018
Students raise £1,500 to send cleaner on Jamaica trip

A university cleaner in the UK is heading to Jamaica on a trip of a lifetime - funded by donations from the facility's students.

A group of Bristol University students set up an anonymous fundraising webpage and together stumped up €1800 to pay for Herman Gordon's trip. The cleaner has worked at the educational facility for 12 years.

Gordon

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Woman dies after cleaning her kitchen with ammonia products

17th of July 2018
Woman dies after cleaning her kitchen with ammonia products

A 30-year-old Spanish woman has died of apparent intoxication after cleaning her kitchen for two hours using a product containing ammonia.

The woman, who lived in Madrid, called the emergency services complaining of feeling faint. But when they arrived she was found on the floor of her kitchen suffering from cardiac arrest. Paramedics tried CPR

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