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Must see seminars at Cleanscene 2011

15-02-2011
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The National Cleaning Suppliers Association (NCSA) has announced its seminar program, to be held concurrently with CleanScene in Melbourne in April.

There will be nine free one-hour seminars, covering a variety of topics including sustainable cleaning, fair work laws, slips trips and falls, measuring cleaning standards and indoor air quality. All seminars are free but bookings will be essential.

The program is designed to provide valuable information on all aspects of cleaning to facility managers, building and operations managers involved in healthcare, manufacturing, hospitality, retail and government.

The seminars include a presentation by Diversey on the use of sustainable resources in the maintenance of buildings.

Entitled Sustainable Cleaning To Create Healthy High Performance Buildings, this seminar is a must for facility managers.

Holding Redlich’s Understanding Fair Work Laws will explain complicated, ever changing employment laws.

The seminars will also have a strong focus on health and safety issues.

CETEC will have a presentation on The Impact of Cleaning Products on Indoor Air Quality.

For full details visit: cleansceneshow.com.au and follow the links to the industry seminar series.

The National Cleaning & Hygiene Expo will be held at the Melbourne Exhibition and Conference Centre from April 5-7.
 
Australian Exhibitions & Conferences Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9654 7773
www.cleansceneshow.com.au

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