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“Providing the Human Touch in everything we do”


500,001 reasons for choosing ISS


With more than 100 years of experience in the service industry and over 500,000 devoted employees, we provide the ‘Human Touch’ to those important jobs that our clients outsource. Which is why we are very proud to be signatories to the Corporate Covenant and to be serving the service personnel and their families within the RAF.Wealso maintain the Gold Standard with the Employee Recognition Scheme.


Every day ISS employees work as an integrated part of each Unit’s organisation, ensuring that service value is created through The ISS Wayofcustomising and delivering our service solutions. ISS is one of the largest Facility Service companies in the world with an ambition to lead Facility Services globally, and being the market sector leader in Defence.


Operating in over fifty countries ISS provides services within six different areas: Property Services, Security Services, Cleaning Services, Support Services including Retail and Leisure, Catering Services and Facility Management.


For the last three years we have achieved the highest possible ratings by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®), which is just one more reason why you can rely on ISS.


To find out how you can benefit from the experience and skills provided by our 500,000 service professionals, visit www.uk.issworld.com or www.iss-rafcrl.co.uk Contact us at info@uk.issworld.com


ISS Facility Services, ISS House, Genesis Business Park, Albert Drive, Woking GU21 5RW -www.uk. issworld.com -Phone: +44 845 057 6300 FACILITY MANAGEMENT |CLEANING |SUPPORT |TECHNICAL |CATERING |SECURITY |uk.issworld.com www.raf-ff.org.uk Summer 2016 23


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