Cleanzine-logo-10a.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 19th October 2017 Issue no. 794

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Matrix makes easy work of training in steam cleaning procedures and machine set up

* matrix-training.jpgWe all know how important it is to get the best out of any cleaning machine, and using any type of cleaning machine correctly is all down to the training being delivered professionally and accurately.

This can be a very costly exercise - especially if the machine has been supplied by a company that is located a long distance away from where the machine is to be used.

British steam cleaning machine manufacturer Matrix, has now added a 'Training Area' to its new-look website. Featuring Health & Safety, Machine Start Up guides, Machine Maintenance guides, Machine Set up videos, General Steam Cleaning Applications and Steam Operating Procedures, it provides a wealth of important information.

"Supplying to large groups with multiple sites can offer a challenge when it comes to machine installations," says Matrix sales director Mike Osiadacz. "Providing access to the training material, enables the training to be carried out very effectively and reduces costs. Ongoing new-starter training can then be delivered in-house via the 'Train the Trainer' system."


T: +44 (0) 1772 431906 (UK)
E: sales@matrixcleaningsystems.co.uk
W: www.matrixcleaningsystems.co.uk

T: 1300 655 598 / Int: +61 3710 8750 (Alphaclean Australia)
E: info@alphaclean.com.au
W: www.alphaclean.com.au

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