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ELEVATE YOUR ORGANISATION Hurry! Space Is Limited!


Registration is now open for the next “Industry Certification Expert” (I.C.E.) training workshop being held on 13 April 2016 at BICSc, 9 Premier Court, Boarden Close, Moulton Park, Northampton NN3 6LF.


The I.C.E Workshops, run by ISSA’s partner, BICSc Business Services (BBS), are an integral part of the Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS). After completing the one-day workshop and passing a subsequent exam, candidates will qualify as I.C.E. certified professionals. They will be fully equipped to provide training and consulting services to help customers, or their own organisations, comply with CIMS and achieve certification to the Standard.


To register please email: CIMS@bicsbusinessservices.com.


THE CLEANING INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT STANDARD (CIMS)


CIMS is the first consensus-based management standard that allows contract cleaning companies to differentiate themselves from competitors through demonstrating a commitment to quality, customer satisfaction, continual operational improvement, and best use of resources.


By complying with the requirements of CIMS as certified by ISSA—the worldwide cleaning industry association—and supported by BICS Business Services, an organisation’s cleaning department is uniquely prepared to improve the efficiency and overall performance of its services.


“CIMS certification gives us a competitive advantage. It allows our sales team to take their dialogue with prospective clients to a different level. CIMS gives prospects the reassurance that they are talking to a company that cares about and sets the pace when it comes to quality performance”.


– Gary Williamson, Health, Safety, Quality & Environment Director, Regular Cleaning Ltd.


For further membership information visit: www.issa.com/emea and www.bicsbusinessservices.com.


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