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Paul Thrupp to step down from FWC management committee after 16 years

* Paul-Thrupp.jpgExecutive Member Paul Thrupp will step down from the Federation of Window Cleaners management committee in April, following 16 years of dedicated service.

Paul joined the FWC management committee with a window cleaning background, having been in the industry since 1977. Co-opted onto the FWC executive management council in 2007, he has been an enthusiastic member throughout his 16 years of loyal and voluntary service, whilst keeping FWC overheads to a minimum.

Paul was the director of retail destinations for OCS Group UK Destinations & Venues Division and has an active interest in matters of compliance and, in particular, health and safety. With a great respect for the work of the federation, his experience within OCS and the wider FM industry added value to the FWC and he was always flying the flag for the Federation.

Paul was keenly involved in all the FWC's activities, which included monthly conference calls and periodic management meetings, supporting the FWC at Cleaning Shows, on the British Cleaning Council where he became chairman, and via his involvement with the HSE Cleaning Industry Liaison Forum (CILF), which included active discussions on legislative and other health & safety issues that affect the window cleaning industry.

"I could not praise Paul highly enough for his efforts and commitment to the Federation and the window cleaning industry,” says FWC chairman Andrew Lee.

"He always had the FWC's back and would jump in and help myself, staff at head office and any other committee member with any issue or project we had going.

"The FWC would like to thank him wholeheartedly for his support and guidance over the past 16 years, we will certainly miss his enthusiastic commitment and dedication, and we wish him our very best for the future."

www.f-w-c.co.uk

7th March 2024




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