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Berendsen is now Elis – more than just a name change
In September 2017, Berendsen was acquired by Elis, a leading international multi-service provider, offering textile, hygiene and facility services solutions. Berendsen and Elis have been part of the same business for more than a century. Over the years, both companies have developed leading positions in their markets through industry insight, operational excellence and focus on high quality and close customer relations.
The most overlooked workplace safety issues in the heavy and mechanical industries
For the heavy and mechanical industries, the risk of injuries and accidents is a factor that must be taken seriously, and which affects the workers as well as how the different job tasks are solved. There are, of course, numerous concerns to be dealt with, but in this article, you will find the seven most widespread safety issues that many companies tend to overlook.
Berendsen Cleanroom Services achieve BSI 9001:2015
Berendsen Cleanroom Services Limited are delighted to announce they have successfully achieved the transition to British Standards Institution (BSI) standard 9001:2015.
How to comply with food safety standards for workwear
In order to keep consumers safe and to avoid contamination risks, companies in the food industry follow different standards to fulfil legal requirements and regulations for food safety. The standards need to be followed within the whole supply chain, which means that food companies must ensure that their suppliers also follow the standards and are audited regularly.
10 key considerations when choosing workwear for the food industry
There are many things to consider when choosing workwear for employees in the food industry. Most importantly, the garment should support the overall risk management for food safety and ensure that the products are not exposed to contamination risks from the employees. And of course, the workwear should be comfortable to wear for all employees, regardless of the tasks they are performing.
4 things to consider when deciding on your workwear solution
Deciding on the right workwear solution is a complex task. It requires highly specialised knowledge about the various steps in the lifecycle of your workwear and the competencies to keep the cycle running – everything from functionality, design, and fabrics to fittings, maintenance, washing and correct repairs. A workwear supplier can guide and assist your company, so you can focus on your core business instead.