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Cleaning team celebrates after gaining nationally recognised awards
Cleaning staff working at a Shropshire dairy are celebrating after gaining nationally recognised industry standard awards.
The operatives, who all work for commercial and industrial contract cleaning company Servicemaster, carry out cleaning duties at the Nom Dairy at Donnington in Telford and have each achieved Level 2 NVQ Awards.
Servicemaster managing director David Edwards says: " Nom Dairy is a leading international yoghurt manufacturer supplying a number of the UK's major supermarket chains.
"Nom built its state-of-the-art facility in Donnington two years ago and to meet its customers' stringent standards for quality and hygiene, it chose ServiceMaster to provide professional cleaning services seven days a week and 52 weeks of the year.
"Our on-site team headed by local woman Fern Shaw, from Trench, has delivered constantly high standards and we recognise NVQ training as a very important part of staff development, so we are justifiably very proud of Fern and her team."
Fern Shaw adds: " Our closely knit team works with all the staff at Nom Dairy to ensure that we meet their exceptionally high standards.
"I am sure that the training given while attaining these NVQ Awards has been a great help and has allowed my team to focus on their skills and techniques.
"They are all delighted with their awards and this recognition has given them a real boost in the workplace."
Servicemaster, based at Halesfield in Telford, provides contract cleaning for large and small companies across the region, including Severn Hospice, NFU and Shropshire Fire & Rescue.
Pictured with certificates are local workers, Kelly Critchley (front right), with from left, David Edwards, Becky Holland (HR Manager), Sompong Laokhen, Anthony Jackson, Saruta Boyes, Tamara Piper and Fern Shaw.
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7th July 2011