Kingdom has renewed its membership of the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) for another year. Being a Corporate Member demonstrates active and material support of the Institute in its aims to raise environmental standards through training and education.
The BICSc is the largest independent, professional and educational body within the cleaning industry, with over 10,000 individual and corporate members in the UK and internationally. Their mission is to “raise the status and standards of the cleaning industry, through education and accredited training.”
Kingdom’s site-managed commercial cleaning and maintenance service is committed to using the best people who are trained not just in cleaning techniques and technology, but also in Health and Safety, and the importance of environmental issues. They remain steadfast in their “commitment to quality” (C2Q) by embracing five key components: Safety, Health, Environment, Service and Outcomes.
As a member of the British Institute of Cleaning Science, Kingdom undertakes to abide by the principles of the code of practice of the Institute. Members and Corporate Members must agree to:
1. Maintain a high standard of integrity in all his or her working relationships whether inside or outside the organisation in which he or she is employed.
2. Foster the highest possible competence and expertise among those for whom he or she may be responsible.
3. A member should seek to take a positive role in Institute regional and national affairs, by attending meetings and assisting in appropriate ways at regional and national events. A Corporate member should also support such events and encourage employees to participate in them.
4. Comply with both the letter and spirit of the appropriate legislation of the country in which he or she works.
5. Discharge any obligations into which he or she may have entered in the course of their employment or matters of business.
6. Reject working practices, which might reasonably be deemed improper and/or dangerous.
7. Ensure the availability of appropriate training for any staff under his or her control and encourage staff to take part in such training.
8. Raise his or her standards of professional competence by taking advantage of any training that may be made available.
Formed in 1961 by a group of like-minded individuals seeking to give the cleaning industry recognition, the BICSc originally aimed to raise the profile of the cleaning industry as a profession. It then went on to establish educational standards, and over the years the services and training provided by the Institute have evolved to reflect changes within the industry. BICSc have maintained an active role in setting standards and procedures for cleaning, training and education and is the leading provider in educational accredited standards and qualifications within the cleaning industry.
Innovative, independent and driven to explore new ways Kingdom successfully manage thousands of service personnel to the highest standard specialising in security, cleaning and environmental protection. Our national network of regional support offices manage thousands of service personnel to the highest standard, benchmarked by all the major UK quality accreditation bodies.
Established in 1993 and operating nationally, commercial and service strength supported with organic and acquisition growth has seen Kingdom become one of the largest independently owned companies in the UK within their areas of service expertise. Commercially strong they have a strategy to continually grow and strengthen by expanding their services and offering a complete support service to their customers.
Kingdom take a fresh approach to the support services market: adapting to the proliferation of new technologies and emerging security threats, whilst also offering their customers a leaner, smarter and more connected way of working.
For more information about Kingdom and all their services, please visit www.kingdom.co.uk