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News Sponsored by New directors for the BCC


Two new directors have been elected onto the board of the British Cleaning Council (BCC): Delia Cannings and Kim Phillips.


Delia is the National Lead for Education & Training at the Association of Healthcare Cleaning Professionals (ahcp), while Kim is the Chair of the Association of Building Cleaning Direct Service Providers (ABCD). They both regularly represent their trade associations at the BCC.


BCC Chair Paul Thrupp said: “I warmly congratulate Delia and Kim on their election as directors. They are both highly talented and experienced people who will add real value and more balance to the BCC board.”


Delia Cannings has over 40 years’ experience with the cleaning sector, with specific expertise gained whilst providing services to the NHS. As well as her position with the ahcp, which is the principal organisation which defines the standards and represents the interests of the healthcare cleaning sector throughout the UK, Delia is the Director of Environmental Excellence Training & Development Ltd, which she set up.


Delia commented: “During the recent pandemic situation, I have had the opportunity to evaluate my position, review what really matters and dismiss that which has no real meaning.


“I have reviewed my contribution to the cleaning industry and whilst I believe I have always promoted our cleaning colleagues, I want to re-focus my efforts and energy on the battle for serious recognition for our cleaning workforces, which will be a key focus of mine as a director with the BCC.”


As well as being Chair of the ABCD, which is comprised mainly of local government cleaning managers and a number of suppliers and trainers, Kim Phillips is Network Head for the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) and Head of Catering & Facilities Services at Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council.


Kim added: “I’m delighted to be elected as a director for the BCC. I look forward to bringing diversity and a broader understanding of cleaning matters, along with an excellent track record of task and finish project management, to the strategic work of the BCC.”


www.britishcleaningcouncil.org


CCS placement for Office Depot


The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has awarded Office Depot UK a place on their Office Supplies framework.


The CCS plays an important role in helping the UK public sector save money when buying common goods and services. Office Depot is on the Office Supplies framework (RM6059) which launched in April 2020 and will run until April 2022.


Amanda Mckitty, Head of Public Sector UK for Office Depot, said: “We’re extremely pleased to have forged this new relationship with Crown Commercial Service. We have a proud track record of working with the public sector and I’m excited that Office Depot will be able to support CCS with our huge range of products and services.”


As a supplier on this framework, Office Depot will be able to provide government and public sector organisations with everything from non-medical personal protection equipment (PPE), hand sanitiser, anti-bacterial wipes, first aid and fire safety, janitorial and catering supplies, art and teaching supplies and of course a range of office products and machines.


CCS is the UK’s biggest public procurement organisation and in 2018/19, it helped the public sector achieve commercial benefits worth £945m – supporting world- class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.


It helps buyers in central government, and across the public and third sectors, to purchase everything from locum doctors and laptops to police cars, electricity and office products.


www.whyofficedepot.co.uk/CCS/


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