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Manchester City To Clean Up Next Week

The full programme for the second Manchester Cleaning Show has been announced - with the show opening its doors April 11-12.

Already set to be bigger and busier than the first Manchester event held in 2016, the two dayer at Event City will see a packed conference programme.

Issues focussed on will include raising professional standards, improving skills provision, the need for more robust and fair procurement practices and the impending recruitment crisis facing the industry.

The conference programme will start with a session called Preparing for the Future, which will see the British Cleaning Council present the headline findings from their recent in-depth research into the sector.

This will then be followed a series of themed sessions from a diverse range of speakers and organisations. Health and Safety will be very high on the agenda, with a series of workshops facilitated by the HSE.

The potential impact of Brexit on employment will also be discussed by Bespoke Cleaning Solutions, while the consequences of the UK leaving Europe from a more commercial perspective will be explored by contract cleaning firm Cleanology.

SmartTask will be examining the issue of improved efficiency, while experts from the worlds of sales, marketing and PR will be demonstrating how digital channels and integrated communications can boost customer engagement and drive new business.

Staffing, recruitment and employee wellbeing are set to be other key topics.

 

Expo

In the exhibition area Nilfisk, Karcher, Killis, Floorbrite, Bunzl, SmartTask, Host, Duplex, Greyland, Prochem, Dennis Rawlins, Sebo, Vaclensa, Telelog, Templa and UhUb will have stands alongside niche suppliers including Osprey Deepclean, RPC, Arrow County Supplies, Biovation, GermXit, Moreclean and Cromwell Polythene.

Suppliers to sectors such as healthcare, retail and leisure, transport, public buildings and window cleaning will also be well represented.

The British Cleaning Council and The British Institute of Facilities Management, who combined represent nearly every industry which works within the UK’s cleaning, hygiene, waste management and FM sectors, will also have dedicated stands.

For more details of the Manchester Cleaning Show visit www.cleaningshow.co.uk/manchester

 

Wednesday 11 April 2018

10:00 - The British Cleaning Council - leading the industry towards a prosperous future.

10:15 - The British Cleaning Council's Research Report - Preparing for the Future.

10:45 - Psychological safety - the missing link to productivity in the cleaning sector.

11:15 - Creating a career in cleaning.

11:45 - Window cleaning - removing the risk.

12:15 - Redefining entry level jobs - how the cleaning industry can lead post-Brexit.

13:30 - The facilities sector in post-Brexit Britain.

14:00 - Is your recruitment strategy fit for purpose?

14:30 - Increasing efficiencies in your business - how to respond to opportunities and challenges with efficiency to maximise profits.

15:00 - If banking can create digital contracts why can't you?

 

Thursday 12 April 2018 - Health & Safety Workshops in association with the HSE

10:00 - Health and safety in the cleaning industry - Helping Great Britain Work Well strategy in practise.

10:15 - Preventing slips and trips - the importance of good cleaning practice.

10:45 - Musculoskeletal risk assessment and debate.

11:15 - Understanding MSD risks of using long reach water fed poles in the cleaning industry.

11:45 - Occupational respiratory health in cleaning.

 

Thursday 12 April 2018 - Promoting Your Business Workshops

13:30 - New Dynamics of Selling in the Digital World.

14:00 - Getting your message across.

14:30 - Integrated marketing communications - how to attract interest and move prospects through the sales funnel.

Picture: The Manchester Cleaning Show opens its doors April 11-12

 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis

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