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11-12 APRIL 18 A10 SMARTTASK


C11 SmartTask, the provider of employee scheduling and mobile workforce management solutions, will be showcasing a new vetting and onboarding module at the Manchester Cleaning Show.


SmartTask Vetting has been designed to ensure that pre- employment screening and background checking are not being overlooked, while following a consistent and approved process.


DENIS


RAWLINS D27


Visitors to Manchester are being invited to think afresh about the returns they achieve on cleaning as Denis Rawlins Ltd shares its philosophy of ‘return on innovation’.


The Sutton Coldfield cleaning consultant and equipment supplier specialises in identifying new systems and techniques that produce both superior cleaning results and a faster return on investment.


Two products showcased on the Rawlins Stand D27 embody these principles: REN Clean, for manual


Networking Café


By systemising and streamlining vetting procedures, the management tool will allow cleaning businesses to create multiple role-based standards in line with the contractual expectations of new and existing clients. This will enable them to safely offer a range of personnel dependent on the nature of a location and required security clearance.


Paul Ridden, CEO of SmartTask, explained: “We have developed the module in conjunction with a number of service providers with varying vetting requirements. Whether you require the BS7858 vetting standard


A06 BICSc


G01 Lavorwash 6x3 A11 Ezit Tracker 4x3


SHOW 2018 C21 Hygiene BIFM 3x3


A12 A13 A14 BCC


3x3


or simply want to bring on board new unvetted cleaning staff, this management tool will ensure the appropriate checks are being made and provide peace of mind that contractual obligations are being met.”


Networking Seating


3x6


A05 RPC


F01


Floorbrite Cleaning Facilities Services


3x7


A04 NWC


3x6 E01 Greyland 3x6


A02 Buckeye


International 3x6 D01 3x6 A01 Karcher


Oxygen Power


E02 E03


Bona Systems 3x3 3x6


Paul will also be speaking as part of the Manchester Cleaning Show’s Seminar Programme. The future-ready workshop, titled ‘Increasing efficiencies in your business - how to respond to opportunities and challenges with efficiency to maximise profits’, will take place at 2.30pm on 11 April.


D09 D16


Astley Hire 3x4 C01 Karcher


C10 Nilfisk


C14 C11


Entrance B01 Vaclensa


OspreyDeep Clean


A40 3x3 A39 Sprintus 6x9 3x5


A38 FWC


3x3 A37


Window Cleaning Competition


6x3 Booked Stand A35


Samulations 3x3


A34 Telelog


3x3


Stand Enquiries: Vanessa VanSanten-Smith +44 1737 855041 • Michelle Andrews +44 1737 8 Key:


Provisional Stand Available Stand www.smarttask.co.ukWWW.CLEANINGSHOW.CO.UK/MANCHESTER Net


Anglian Chemicals


3x3 6x6


B11 B12 Battery


Service Hub 3x3


B18 Connected 4x3 6x6


B19 P-Wave


2x3 4x6 6.5x6 9x6 B10 TC Cleaning 6x6


B15 Bunzl


Skillweb 3x3 Templa 3x3


Dual Pumps Access Industries 3x3


C20 C27


Goizper 3x3


B21 B20


Lifterz 7x3 VDM


B23 Makita


C21 C26


U Cloth 3x3 6x3 C25 3x3


C23 C24


Bio-Pro Research


4x3


Advanced HPC Healthline Mopping


4x3 B22


Lincoln Cleaning


3.5x3 9x6 British Bins Prochem


D15 D14 D10


Decitex 3x3 Rotowash 3x3 Sebo 3x3 6x3


D20 D27


6x3 Denis Rawlins 9x6 3x3 F03 Spinaclean 6x3 F07 Nexon Group 6x3


E05 The


Supplies House


E10 Killis


3x6 6x6 3x6


E20 E21


F09


Kennedy Hygiene


F10 Viper


F20


Arrow County


The Hygiene Company


Blue Rock Systems


F21 F26


3x3 3x3


F22 F25


3x3 3x3 E22 Motor Scrubber 6x3 Shorrock Trichem 9x3 Jet Wash


D22 D25


Alpha D23 Bayersan Consumables


3x3 3x3


4x6 3 A31


Cleanin Wareho


A32 Jangro


3 Morclea A30


E24 Arco


4x3 3


A27 Moerm


Cromwell Polythene 7x3


F23 F24


A20


Host Von Schrader


4x3


Anderson Electrical


4x3


Cleanlin Softwar


3 Equipm A22


Signature Aromas


G02 G09


UHUB 3x3 3x3


G03 G04 G08 G07


BPCA 3x3


Worldwide Cleaning Support


3x3 RBL 3x3


Insuraclean 3x3


Duplex


G10 G15


4x3 Sure Chem 3x3 4x3 4x4 G14 6x3


G11 G12 3x3 G13


GermXit BioVation 4x2


Conferenc Area


3


A26 Atrium


cleaning of escalators, and SpaceVac, for high-level cleaning from ground level.


James White, MD of Denis Rawlins, said: “Smarter innovation isn’t necessarily about the latest technology or mechanisation – but the evidence of actual cleaning results, costs and efficiency. Our exhibits empower non-specialist cleaning teams to complete challenging cleaning tasks more cost-effectively than the usual methods.”


With REN Clean, one person can clean an escalator or travelator in minutes, using an engineered sponge pad that slots into the treads. When held against the comb plate, this automatically removes soils and grease from oncoming treads. The pads can be cleaned and reused, and


also incorporate cleaning solution and a system designed for cleaning risers. It avoids the cost, disruption and abrasive effects of more expensive, specialist cleaning equipment.


SpaceVac, meanwhile, is a simple, safe and cost-effective way to clean at height without the need for powered access equipment or scaffolding. Using super-lightweight carbon-fibre poles and cleaning accessories, SpaceVac enables operators to clean up to 15 metres from ground level. An additional wireless videocam allows the operative – or a supervisor viewing a recording – to monitor results.


Denis Rawlins Ltd offers free demonstrations of these and other cleaning solutions.


www.rawlins.co.uk


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


MANCHESTER CLEANING SHOW - LIVE ISSUE | 57


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