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Finalists Announced for Golden Service Awards

17 November 2017 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

The finalists have been announced for the Kimberly-Clark Professional Golden Service Awards 2018.

A total of 57 finalists from 36 companies are to be congratulated, the full list of finalists is available at www.goldenserviceawards.co.uk.

The announcement follows the first stage of judging carried out independently by The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc).  This year the standard of entries across the 14 categories spanning healthcare, office, education, retail, manufacturing, hospitality, environmental and training sectors all exceeded expectations. With more excellent entries into the Cleaning Operative and Supervisor of the Year awards, the judges job this year was made very difficult.

 

The finalist companies are:

ABM Facilities Solutions

ABM Facilities Services

ABM UK

Aramark

Atkins Gregory Ltd

Brayborne Facilities Services part of The Exclusive Services Group

Building Cleaning Service - Gateshead Council

Cleanology

Derrycourt Cleaning Specialists

The Exclusive Services Group

Exclusive Contract Services Ltd

Floorbrite Cleaning & Facilities Services

Grosvenor Services

Interserve

intu Eldon Square

ISS Facilities Services Healthcare

ISS Mediclean

Julius Rutherfoord & Co

JPC Cleaning Services Ltd

Key Enviro Solutions

LCC Support Services Ltd

Mitie Cleaning & Environmental Services Ltd

Mitie - Healthcare Clean Environments

Mitie Clean Environments

Momentum Support

Noonan Services Group

Nviro

OCS Group Ltd

OCS/Norton Rose Fulbright

Principle Cleaning Services Limited

Savills UK Ltd County Square Shopping Centre

Serco Health

Sodexo

Thames Cleaning and Support Services

VINCI Facilities

Xenon Services Ltd

Peter Oliver, General Manager UK, Ireland and France, Kimberly-Clark Professional said: “We set up the Awards to recognise excellence and inspire the raising of standards which we can see demonstrated through high levels of first-rate entries from across the cleaning industry.”

The 57 finalists will now go through to the next stage of judging which for most categories includes a site visit by a BICSc judge. The site visits will take place during November and December and the judging panel are looking for innovation, staff training, and client relationships as the main criteria to be assessed.

The judges work to the BICSc Best Value document before they carry out their site visits. In addition, there will be a head judge and a compliance officer.

Stan Atkins, Chief Executive Officer, British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) said: “The standard of entries was exceptionally high with evidence of clear innovations and achievements across the industry. The judges look forward to meeting the finalists at the site visits, and it is important to stress that they will be judging standards achieved and not just whether the entry specifications are followed.”

BICSc is overseeing all stages of the judging. An independent judge has been appointed for the BICSc Industry Training Award, in the interests of fairness.

Picture: The Golden Service Awards ceremony 2015

 

 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 17 November 2017

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