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Tomorrow’s


News Sponsored by ABM helps companies re-open in the


wake of COVID-19 ABM UK has created a comprehensive programme of services designed to help businesses re-open, in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.


The three-step programme is underpinned by ABM UK’s market-leading EnhancedClean service, which will help organisations provide healthier spaces, while also utilising expertise from the company’s full suite of services. It will give companies the support they need to prepare and execute a safe re-opening. It also considers the new normal for safely maintaining public spaces moving forward.


John McPherson, MD at ABM UK, commented: “Businesses across the globe will continue to face challenges they have never faced before as they look to reopen and recover from the impact of Coronavirus. It’s not a case of business as usual; we must all find new ways of working to keep built environments safe.


“From leisure facilities to office buildings, this programme includes three steps tailored to how each space is used. These will prepare sites for re-occupation; consider what facilities management operating models should look like and suggest ad-hoc procedures that can reduce the risks to people and business operation.”


Available now, ABM UK’s new programme has been built using expertise from its full suite of capabilities. Using the EnhancedClean service as the lynchpin, it also considers


https://www.abm.co.uk/services/enhancedclean/


security, electrical and lighting, energy solutions, facilities engineering, HVAC and mechanical, data centre cleaning and landscaping.


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Facilicom's 'Return to Work' pack


To help its customers ensure their post-lockdown return is safe and hygienic, contract cleaning and services provider Facilicom has launched a ‘Return to Work’ care pack.


The packs, which include hand sanitiser, latex gloves, multi-surface wipes and 3-ply face masks, are available to all existing and new customers (price per box available upon request).


The included products can be used to protect workers from many potential infection risks, as well as to maintain a clean and hygienic workspace, from cleansing surfaces to sterilising keyboards.


Jan Hein Hemke, Facilicom’s Managing Director, said: “The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of continuously maintaining high levels of cleanliness, at home, in the workplace and in public spaces. As many businesses hope to return to work in the near future, they need to ensure that their social distancing, cleaning practices and hygiene etiquette are strengthened to prevent further spread of infection.


“Alongside a robust cleaning provision – delivered by a team of specialists – businesses should also be looking to their employees to play their part in reducing the risk of further outbreaks, by keeping their workstations as sterile as possible. Our Return to Work care packs provide colleagues with everything they need to keep spaces clean and hygienic at all times.”


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