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Ravensbourne University London Hygiene Contract

15.01.2021, 04:00

Ravensbourne University London Hygiene Contract

Churchill Group has been awarded a three-year contract with Ravensbourne University London to provide cleaning services and implement its PRISM workplace hygiene programme.

 

Under the terms of the agreement, the company will provide a range of services to help the team at Ravensbourne manage bacteria scores and reduce the local Covid-19 R rate.

With a focus on digital media and design, Ravensbourne is an innovative higher education institution which is located adjacent to the O2 indoor arena on the Greenwich Peninsula in South East London. It has a community of approximately 2,600 students and hosts over 100 creative technology businesses onsite.

Charlotte Parr, Churchill director, comments: “We are thrilled to be working with Ravensbourne on such an important contract. Now, more than ever, it is essential for users of any space to feel confident that it is as hygienic as possible. We are looking forward to working with the team at the university to create a safe and healthy space.”

Linda Alexander, Ravensbourne University’s director of Estates and Facilities, adds: “We were very keen to work with a partner that understood the importance of ensuring a safe environment for all of our community, and Churchill were proactive in delivering just that. Churchill proved it was as focused as we are on having a people first culture and an innovative approach to creating a Covid secure environment.”

Churchill’s PRISM workplace hygiene programme enables workplace, property and facilities managers to understand the bacterial and viral content of their environments, and implement tailored infection prevention solutions.

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