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NEWS JSP INVESTS IN PPE PRODUCTION


JSP has announced that it is investing in new manufacturing facilities to increase production capacity of PPE in both its UK and Germany factories, as well as further supporting the growth of its overseas operations in its main international markets in Europe, USA, UAE, Asia Pacific and China.


The company specialises in head, eye, face, hearing and respiratory protection and has seen a sharp rise in demand for PPE and Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, JSP has restructured its healthcare division to meet an increasing demand from both new and existing UK and international customers and has played a key role, along with its distribution partners, in supplying products to more than 120 NHS Trusts in England.


New investment will include large scale automated production lines capable of mass production of RPE and will support the growing demand for disposable and reusable masks as well as Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR), protective eyewear and face- shields.


Further investment has been made with additional ISO9001 BSI approved test-houses in each manufacturing facility together with quality assurance laboratories and a new team of research and development engineers for future product innovation and development.


Mark Johnstone, CEO at JSP, said: “We are pleased to have been able to support our customers by supplying


them with highest quality JSP products during this unprecedented period. The additional investment not only allows us to continue to invest in new technology, as well as increase our production capabilities, but also to create new employment opportunities, support our business and meet growing customer demand.”


JSP will officially open these new production facilities in the UK and Germany as early as April to strengthen capacity to guarantee a sustainable supply of large volumes of respiratory masks and other requirements of PPE in the UK and internationally for frontline workers in healthcare and the NHS, and other key workers.


www.jspsafety.com


CHURCHILL BAGS RAVENSBOURNE UNIVERSITY DEAL


Churchill Group, an independently owned soft service provider, has secured a three-year contract with Ravensbourne University London to provide cleaning services and implement its PRISM workplace hygiene programme.


Churchill will provide a range of services to help the team at Ravensbourne manage bacteria scores and reduce the local COVID-19 R rate.


Ravensbourne is an innovative, industry-focused university located next to the O2 on the Greenwich Peninsula in London. It has a community of approximately 2,600 students and its site also hosts more than 100 creative technology businesses.


Charlotte Parr, Director at Churchill, commented: “We are thrilled to be working with Ravensbourne on such an important contract. Now, more than ever, it is essential for users of any space to feel confident that it is as hygienic as possible. We are looking forward to working with the team at the university to create a safe and healthy space.”


Linda Alexander, Director of Estates and Facilities from Ravensbourne University added: “We were very keen to work with a partner that understood the importance of ensuring a safe environment for all of our community, and Churchill were proactive in delivering just that. Churchill proved it was as focused as we are on having a people first culture and an innovative approach to creating a COVID secure environment.”


www.churchillservices.com/cleaning/ 8 www.tomorrowshs.com


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