11-12 APRIL 18 A10

Networking Café


G01 Lavorwash 6x3 A11 Ezit Tracker 4x3

SHOW 2018 C21 Hygiene BIFM 3x3

Networking Seating




Floorbrite Cleaning Facilities Services



3x6 E01 Greyland 3x6

A02 Buckeye

International 3x6 D01 3x6 A01 Astley Hire 3x4 C01 Karcher Karcher CHSA

Signature Aromas

G02 G09

UHUB 3x3 F03 F09 3x3

G03 G04 G08 G07

BPCA 3x3

Worldwide Cleaning Support

3x3 RBL 3x3

Insuraclean 3x3


G10 G15

4x3 Sure Chem 3x3 Spinaclean F07

Kennedy Hygiene

F10 Viper

F20 6x3 6x3

Arrow County

The Hygiene Company

Nexon Group

Blue Rock Systems

F21 F26

3x3 3x3 4x3

F22 F25


Oxygen Power

E02 E03

Bona Systems e B01 Vaclensa

OspreyDeep Clean

A40 3x3 A39 Sprintus 3x5



A14 The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) will spread the word about its Accreditation Schemes at the Manchester Cleaning Show, joining the British Cleaning Council (BCC) on its stand.

3x3 3x6

E05 The


Supplies House

E10 Killis

6x6 3x6

E20 E21

3x3 3x6

D09 D16

9x6 9x6 British Bins Prochem

D15 D14 D10

Decitex 3x3

C10 Nilfisk

Rotowash 3x3

C14 C11

9x6 B10 TC Cleaning 6x6

B15 Bunzl

Sebo 3x3 Skillweb 3x3 Templa 3x3

Dual Pumps Access Industries 3x3

C20 C27

Goizper 3x3 Key:

Enquiries: Vanessa VanSanten-Smith +44 1737 855041 • Michelle Andrews +44 1737 855086 WWW.CLEANINGSHOW.CO.UK/MANCHESTER

Stephen Harrison, CHSA Chairman, said: “Our focus is on driving up and maintaining standards in the industry. We’re delighted, therefore, to join the BCC at the Manchester Cleaning Show. It is the perfect opportunity to spread the word about our respected Accreditation Schemes to those who use cleaning and hygiene products as well as those who sell them.”

B21 B20

Lifterz 7x3 VDM 6x6

B11 B12 Battery

Anglian Chemicals

6x9 3x3

Service Hub 3x3

B18 Connected 4x3 6x6

B19 P-Wave

2x3 4x6 6.5x6

B23 Makita

6x10 A37

Window Cleaning Competition

6x3 Booked Stand A35

Samulations 3x3

A34 Telelog

3x3 Provisional Stand Available Stand

Networking Café


C14 At the Manchester Cleaning Show, Templa will be showcasing various new features of its management software, each representing a hands-on solution to a real challenge encountered by cleaning contractors.

Special Works Teams Management helps contractors who manage a significant volume of planned periodic work or ad hoc client requests using their own internal van fleet and specialist operatives. Resource allocation is fully optimised using a calendar-based scheduling tool which sends each job to an operative’s mobile device at the start of each working period. The functionality includes integrated employee pay and automated client billing.

Standard 2-Way T&A Integration provides single point of data entry with real-time data exchange from a full range of on-site hardware technologies covering biometric and one-time password devices, through to a mobile app or SIM and client phones.

Roster Management provides field managers with a drag and drop, calendar-based resource planning tool. It allows the planning of cover quickly

C21 C26

U Cloth 3x3 6x3

D20 D27

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

D22 D25

Alpha D23 Bayersan Consumables

3x3 3x3

4x6 6x3 C25 3x3

C23 C24


Bio-Pro Research


Advanced HPC Healthline Mopping

4x3 B22

Lincoln Cleaning

3.5x3 A31

Cleaning Warehouse


A32 Jangro

3x5 Morclean A30

Buyers of cleaning and hygiene products which carry the CHSA Accreditation Scheme marque can be confident ‘what’s on the box is what’s in the box’. Those selling products stamped with the CHSA Accreditation Scheme marque are offering their customers products which are uniquely underwritten by an independent inspection process.

As well as being invited to join the relevant Accreditation Scheme, all members of the CHSA have to sign

E24 Arco

4x3 3x5 A27 Moerman Cromwell Polythene 7x3

F23 F24


Host Von Schrader


Anderson Electrical


Cleanlink Software

3x4 Equipmart A22 3x6

A26 Atrium

A12 A13 A14 BCC

3x3 6x3

G11 G12 3x3 G13

G14 GermXit BioVation 4x2

Conference Area

The CHSA operates Accreditation Schemes for distributors and for manufacturers of soft tissue, plastic refuse sacks and industrial cotton mops, each of which is supported by a rigorous and independent auditing process.

the Association’s stringent Code of Practice.

Gaining admittance to one of the CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes is challenging. Applicants must pass the initial audit of their product range and existing quality assurance processes conducted by the CHSA’s independent inspector. They are then audited frequently throughout the first year to ensure they maintain the standard that is required of them to maintain membership of one of the Schemes. Thereafter members are visited by the Independent Inspector repeatedly through each year, product being selected from both the warehouse and production line for inspection.

and easily, with any changes made to an employee’s schedule automatically updating all affected timesheets – current and future.

Advanced Forms enables the design of bespoke electronic forms, e.g. employee new starter forms, which can be completed on a field manager’s mobile device before automatically synchronising with the central database, entering workflow for approval or action, and automating the creation of new records.

Advanced Workbills improves profit reporting of periodic or special works by making provision for accrued


revenues and costs, as well as accurately allocating materials usage on jobs where they are used. This results in precise budget versus actual spend comparison and a discrete P&L report for each job.

Franchise Network Support helps centralised cleaning franchisors manage their distributed franchisees’ access to relevant elements of the software. It takes care of data security and discrete processing, yet offers overarching franchisor management and reporting.



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