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March 2017

Near perfect compliance!

Analysis of the auditing results for the CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes for Soft Tissue, Plastic Sacks and Cotton Mops in 2016 has shown Scheme members have achieved near perfect compliance.

Every Scheme Member was inspected by Martin Yates, the CHSA’s Independent Inspector, who made at least two visits to every member company.

Click here to read the full story.  

Have you seen our advertisement?

We've been advertising across the cleaning and facilities management media in the first few months of this year, announcing the launch of our new Accreditation Scheme for Distributors.  

Watch this space.  We'll be announcing the first distributors to gain admittance to the Scheme in our April newsletter.  

A huge thank you ...

... to our members who have generously donated a raffle prize for our Gala Ball: SCA Hygiene, DJB Supplies, Polaris Plastics, Cromwell Polythene, Metsa Tissue, Arco, HPC Healthline, RPC bpi refuse, Jangro, Harrison Wipes and Deb.  

If you want to add to this haul of wonderfully generous gifts contact Linda Belcher.  


Last year we raised more than £8,000 for our chosen charity.  This year we'd love to raise even more for the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People).  

Say thank you to your employees with our Bursary

Our bursaries are only open to the sons and daughters of our members' employees.  This year up to three are available.

We're distributing posters now for you to put up around your business.  Keep your eyes peeled for your posters then put them on the staff noticeboards.
 
Click here to find out more about the Bursary and email Cathy Connan to get additional copies of the poster.  

Come and say hello at the Cleaning Show

We're joining the British Cleaning Council (BCC) on stand number B30. Come and say hello and find out more about our Accreditation Schemes for Distributors, Soft Tissue, Plastic Refuse Sacks and Industrial Cotton Mops.

About CHSA
The CHSA represents more than 200 manufacturers and distributors of away from home cleaning and hygiene products, from global multinationals and national networks to privately owned independent businesses.
The CHSA welcomes applications from manufacturers and distributors in the cleaning and hygiene industry as well as associate businesses active and influential in the sector.
Check out the latest news from the CHSA.
Use the members directory to search for manufacturers or distributors of away from home cleaning and hygiene products.

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News from our members

Join RPC bpi at the Cleaning Show on stand B06

Innovation is at the heart of RPC bpi refuse.  As well as product development, the company innovates across its business helping customers run their businesses better, save money and reduce their carbon footprint.  Continually undertaking research and design, investing in new machinery and technology, and introducing new manufacturing processes ensures its sacks remain the best on the market.
 
Click here for the whole story.  
 

Chicopee showcases microfibre range at the Cleaning Show on stand F60

Visitors to the Chicopee display will be able to see first-hand the wipes, cloths and mops, that use the very latest microfibre technology.
 
Chicopee’s new range of microfibre mops is nominated for one of the show’s prestigious Innovation Awards, which are judged by a panel of industry experts and recognise excellence and intelligent use of technology.
 

Bubble King reaches new hygiene heights with CJS Portsmouth's latest Comic Strip competition


CJS Portsmouth has launched a comic strip competition to all Primary Schools across the South Coast to help highlight the importance of effective hand hygiene.  This latest competition follows last year’s Design a Hygiene Character Competition where 8 year old Charlie Wreford won with his Bubble King character.  CJS Portsmouth has been so thrilled with this design that they are now using it as the main hygiene character for this year’s comic strip competition to mark Global Handwashing Day in October.

Click here for more information.

Vectair Systems expands in-house sales support team to cover nine languages, to service its EMEA customers

As a global hygiene manufacturer servicing more than 100 countries from its head office in Basingstoke, UK, Vectair Systems has always strived to provide the language skills so that staff can communicate with customers in their mother tongue wherever possible.
 
As the company has grown and expanded into new territories, Vectair has seen a growing need for these language skills, and has therefore invested in expanding its team of multi-lingual sales support staff to further service its customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
 
The team, now made up of six experienced Sales Support Executives, covers nine languages including: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Bulgarian and Romanian.
 
Click here for more information.
Shaun Chatterton Named vice president of the CHSA

Your News

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