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TOMORROW’S CLEANING NOVEMBER 09
The ABCD Annual
Training Day 2009
Each year in October, over 100 cleaning
managers and supervisors from local authorities
LCC expands in the North
get together for a day of training and networking
LCC Support Services, the
at the ABCD Annual Training Day. This year, the
national independent contract
event was held at Haigh Hall in Wigan and we
looked at a number of high profile issues
cleaning specialist, has started a
including: pandemics, marketing of public
new cleaning contract at
services, the new ISA regulations requiring extra
Piccadilly Place, adjacent to
checks on staff working with children and
Piccadilly Station in Manchester
vulnerable people.
- a vibrant landmark City
development, managed by
www.abcdsp.org.uk
Carillion plc.
The contract for the cleaning of
the common parts of some of
the development consists of five
spectacular buildings totalling
657,000 sq ft of demised office, retail and
monitoring standards and practices to ensure
residential accommodation. It was awarded to LCC
continual improvement of service delivery"
in August 2009 and will be operated from its new
Looking forward to a long-term relationship with LCC,
Warrington offices.
Desmond Hill, Accounts Director for Carillion said “I
Clive Bartlam, Project Director for Argent, Asset
have been impressed with the commitment shown by
Managers for the development, confirmed his faith
LCC in delivering mobilisation, which has reinforced
in its choice of LCC saying " During the tender
my opinion that in them, we have found a company
process LCC impressed us with its openness and
that we can work with in a true partnership.”
transparency of its bid along with its approach to www.lccss.co.uk
Pat Wherton: They told me I was training to
Charapak creates
be a pole dancer!
speedy swine flu
Web
The FWC Annual
Trade Show station
Watch
An estimated 300 people Corrugated packaging and
Gems spins
attended The Federation of display manufacturer
new web
Window Cleaners annual
Charapak has designed and
trade show at the De Vere
manufactured shelf ready
Leading cleaning products supplier,
Hotel in Blackpool on the 9th October.
packaging and floor standing
Sheffield-based Gems Hygiene, is launching
a new website to offer new and existing
They managed to attract four new members to their
display units for the UK’s first
customers an even greater choice of online
Federation and sold numerous DVD’s of their new
Swine Flu prevention hand
services.
window cleaning safety production over the course
and surface wipe from
of the day.
Kingfisher Healthcare. Due to Gems’ latest website provides detailed
the urgency of the project, information about its extensive range of
The window cleaning competition presented by
speed cleaner Terry Turbo Burrows was also a huge
Charapak was able to deliver
products and for the first time, lets consumers
success. Terry also managed to beat his own world
20,000 shelf ready displays
from across the UK place an order via the
record as the world’s fastest window cleaner,
within just ten days of
internet.
shaving 0.10 seconds off his time of 9.24 seconds
receiving the initial enquiry
Other new features include a series of
to clean three windows, to rewrite the record books
from Kingfisher, with the floor
interactive guides that invite the visitor to
once again.
units delivered the following week.
browse room settings from various industries,
The day’s activities also raised money for several
The shelf ready displays hold 12 travel packs, each
in which potential cleaning issues are
charities, including water for Africa and Cerebral
of which contains 25 wipes. The floor standing
highlighted along with suitable products to
combat them. Careers vacancies and latest
Palsy.
units can hold both the travel pack and the larger
75 wipes family container.
news are now also available online.
Visit www.f-w-c.co.uk/show.htmfor more
www.gemshygiene.co.uk
information and photos of the day.
www.charapak.co.uk
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