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Don Aers joins PASMA
DON AERS, 53,
ProClean Ireland
is PASMA’s new
technical manager.
2010 announced
He joins the lead trade
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Opus Business Media, publisher of ProClean Ireland will deliver the audience
access towers from
Tomorrow’s Cleaning, is pleased to announce exhibitors want to see.
the Maldon-based
the launch of ProClean Ireland.
Youngman Group where he held a similar
For more information, exhibition and booking
position for 14 years.
The two day exhibition, held from 13th – 14th details, please contact Gavin Nicholls at on
A well-known figure in the access industry,
October 2010, is an ideal opportunity to reach +44 (0) 1625 426054 or
Aers is immediate past chairman of the
key buyers, specifiers and decision makers gavin@opusbusinessmedia.co.uk
Ladder Association, a member of the BSI
within the industry. Exhibitors will include
Alternatively, view the exhibition brochure,
B512 Ladder Standards Committee and sits
Manufacturers, Distributors and Support
available at www.tomorrowscleaning.com
as a UK representative on CEN TC93, the
Service Organisations to name but a few.
European Ladder Standards Committee.
Held at the Croke Park Conference Centre in
A PASMA Council member since 2006, he Dublin, ProClean Ireland presents a unique
will support the work of the association’s
environment in which to do business, in a
various committees, liaise with the relevant
fantastic venue. The event is the only place
regulatory bodies and provide advice and
where you can meet face to face with other
guidance to PASMA’s 300 plus members
cleaning industry professionals, all looking to
in the UK and Ireland. www.pasma.co.uk
source the latest products, services and
New appointment
innovations within the Cleaning Industry.
at Cromwell
Gavin Moth has been appointed southern
area sales manager for Cromwell Polythene,
suppliers of a wide range of sacks, bags,
Cut back on cleaning
bin liners and other consumables to the
cleaning and janitorial sector.
A survey of 1,000 workers by support Steve Wright, Chairman of the British Cleaning
services firm resource GB has revealed that Council, commented: “These results show how
Formerly southern
two out of every five organisations have had to staff are reacting against measures by their
director for wiping
cut back on cleaning in maintaining their employers which negatively impact their health
cloth manufacturer
offices because of the recession. and decrease the quality of their workplace
and convertor Saul D
Harrison, he brings
The research displayed a culture of
environment. Legally, employers have a basic
extensive industry
dangerously poor hygiene in workplaces
responsibility to provide their staff with a safe
experience to Cromwell Polythene,
across the UK, which can lead to the spread
workplace and too many firms are falling short
according to key accounts manager Paul
of bacteria and add to the costly and
of this. We need to see businesses match the
Fleetwood. “Gavin has spent some seven
damaging problem of absenteeism through
importance their workers clearly place on
years in the business, both at distributor
ill-health.
cleaning and hygiene.”
level and with a leading manufacturer and
Half of all employees who took part in
Andrew Large, Chief Executive of the Cleaning
is well known within the cleaning and
the research said they were embarrassed about
and Support Services Association, said: “The
janitorial sector,” he says.
clients or customers visiting their work
downturn has been tough on all industries, but
premises because of a lack of cleanliness.
this is no excuse to cut corners on hygiene.
Known to be passionate about most sports,
Not only can such practices have serious
Gavin has played at non-league level as a
Meanwhile, ten per cent of those polled
repercussions on people’s health, but they are
striker and continues to report on a
described their office toilets as “filthy,” a
extremely counter-productive: sub-standard
freelance basis on teams in the southern
quarter claimed that their colleagues did not
cleaning increases the cost of absence through
counties for, among others, the Daily Star
clean up after themselves and over a third
and News of the World.
sickness and harms the image of a business at
complained that poor hygiene was making
precisely the time when they should be doing
www.cromwellpolythene.co.uk
their working environment unsafe.
everything to attract new customers.”
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