Bury St Edmunds facilities firm Servest celebrates after achieving British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) standard
- Credit: Servest
A Bury St Edmunds facilities firm is celebrating after it was awarded a cleaning industry status after an intense six month training period to reach the standard.
Servest’s retail and leisure division has been awarded training centre accreditation and assessor status by the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc), the UK’s largest independent, professional and educational body for the cleaning industry.
The division, which involves around 8,000 employees working across 2000 sites, now has four qualified assessors at its helm.
Thanks to the accreditation, the four can lead and deliver BICSc standard training in-house to operatives. Servest is currently working on a plan to roll out the training programme to all divisional area managers, to improve standards across the division.
“This as a great achievement for the division,” said retail boss Sean Fisher.
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“This accreditation really sets us apart and highlights our dedication to cleaning excellence.”
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