Atalian Servest launches project to discover hidden talent

3rd of April 2020
Atalian Servest launches project to discover hidden talent

Facilities management service provider Atalian Servest has invited its 27,000 employees in the UK and Ireland to join in a competition that will identify the company's top in-house entrepreneur.

The ONE progamme is designed to uncover hidden talent, encourage entrepreneurial spirit within the business and inspire people to put forward innovative

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Which areas of a car need to be cleaned most?

2nd of April 2020
Which areas of a car need to be cleaned most?

A professional car cleaner has put together a list of frequent touch-points in a bid to prevent the spread of germs in vehicles during the coronavirus crisis.

Ben Murphy is a car detailer for Toyota and is responsible for keeping the company's UK fleet of press vehicles cleaned and professionally maintained.

Murphy, who cleans an average of 30

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Brewers and distilleries respond to crisis by producing free sanitiser

1st of April 2020
Brewers and distilleries respond to crisis by producing free sanitiser

A Scottish gin distillery has switched from producing spirits to making free hand sanitiser for vulnerable people.

Leith Spirits had to pay out £35,000 (€39,000) in duties to repurpose 1,000 litres of alcohol for sanitiser production. Working around the clock, the distillery has so far made 12,000 bottles of sanitiser which have been

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OCS marks 120 year anniversary with rebrand

31st of March 2020
OCS marks 120 year anniversary with rebrand

UK-based facilities services group OCS is marking its 120-year anniversary with the launch of its new brand, Partnership Made Personal. The new brand promise, the group says, encompasses OCS values and enshrines its commitment to work in partnership with customers to help them achieve their goals and improve the experience of their customers.

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ANIP-Confindustria campaigns against in-sourcing of school cleaning

27th of March 2020
ANIP-Confindustria campaigns against in-sourcing of school cleaning

Following a ruling by the Italian government adopting a law that encompasses - among other measures - the insourcing of cleaning in schools, cleaning sector organisation ANIP-Confindustria has become more vocal about the negative consequences.

It says insourcing will be damaging for cleaning businesses, employees and standards of cleaning

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‘Extraordinary’ role of cleaners praised in UK parliament

26th of March 2020
‘Extraordinary’ role of cleaners praised in UK parliament

British prime minister Boris Johnson and leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn paid tribute in parliament yesterday to the ‘extraordinary' role of cleaners during the Coronavirus crisis.

The British Cleaning Council (BCC) has welcomed the supportive comments and is repeating its call for cleaners to be recognised as essential

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