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COVER STORY 22 6


GET SIRIUS ABOUT CLEANING


Here, we learn more about Star Tissue UK’s growing operation and their dedication to manufacturing the highest quality products: Save Money, Clean Better.


NEWSFLASH


WHAT’S NEW Your essential industry news,


including all the latest appointments, contract wins and exciting company announcements and product launches. This month, nominations open for the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2019, and there’s announcements aplenty from ISSA, CHSA and the BCC.


REGULARS 24


SETTING THE STANDARD


When it comes to safety and compliance, who should be setting the standard? Paul Thrupp considers the complex web of accreditation schemes which prevail in the cleaning sector.


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A JOB WORTH DOING: TRAINING DAY


Lee Andrews of DOC Cleaning asks whether enough is being done to fund training and technology in the cleaning industry?


29


E-LEARNING IS ON THE INCREASE


Jangro CEO, Joanne Gilliard, discusses the rise in online learning and the benefits it can bring to business.


FEATURES


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KEEPING IT CLEAN FirstMats discusses what


makes a cleanroom ‘clean’, and what can be done to eliminate threats coming from underfoot.


DISTRIBUTING SUCCESS In this Case Study, Nilfisk


helps Ocado’s new distribution centre revolutionise their cleaning regimes.


www.tomorrowscleaning.com 60


WASHROOM OF FORTUNE


Denise Hanson from BICSc asks: would you trust a facility with filthy washrooms?


CONTENTS | 3 LEISURE & HOSPITALITY 39 42


A FRESH APPROACH Facilicom UK’s Jan-Hein


Hemke highlights that commercial cleaners must offer added value and positive customer experiences to leisure and hospitality facilities.


THE KEY TO HOTEL HYGIENE


Kaivac’s Marc Ferguson shows us what hotel keys can tell us about hotel floors.


CONTENTS 56


EDITOR’S PICK


OFF-THE-WALL WASHROOMS


Steve Palmer looks at some of the weird and wonderful washrooms from around the world.


EVENT CLEAN-UP 34


UNDER A BLUE MOON OCS’ Sean Roberts explains


how OCS strives to maintain the world-class facilities at the prestigious Manchester City Football Club.


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AN INTELLIGENT CLEAN Diversey discusses how the


latest IoC service can enhance on- premise laundry operations in the hospitality industry.


SUSTAINABLE HOSPITALITY


Chicopee investigates high-tech cleaning materials, their performance and environmental friendliness.


HAZARD PERCEPTION Dr. Emma Saunders explores


the benefits of bacterial solutions to keep the waters of ornamental and recreational water features free from algae and contaminants.


WASHROOM HYGIENE


IN THE SUMMERTIME Northwood’s Paul Mulready


reminds us how holiday traffic doesn’t just affect the roads: it can impact washrooms too!


THE INVISIBLE ENEMY Cleanology explains how to


ensure that the smallest room makes a big impression.


DISPENSING WITH COMPLICATIONS


Diversey discusses how we can protect people by using simpler hand hygiene solutions.


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