NZ contractor calls for national standard to encourage workforce training

New Zealand’s commercial cleaning company CrestClean has called for the introduction of a national standard for the $1 billion commercial cleaning industry after figures released by New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) revealed a ‘shocking level of training uptake by cleaners,’ stated a 26 March press release.

Cleaners exonerated for breaking King Tut’s mask

New Zealand commercial cleaning company CrestClean welcomed reports that ‘the cleaners were not to blame for breaking the beard of the priceless King Tutankhamen mask at the Egyptian National Museum’, stated a 5 March media release.

Changes to procurement rules good for industry, says CrestClean

CrestClean believes recent changes to the New Zealand Government’s Rules of Procurement have been positive for the cleaning industry in New Zealand. In a press statement (19th August 2014), the company said, ‘While the Building Service Contractors New Zealand (BSCNZ) are upset that their stranglehold over government contracts has been replaced by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s Principles of Government Procurement, CrestClean welcomes the move

CrestClean instigates BICS NZ base by establishing Master Cleaners Training Institute

Dunedin-based CrestClean has established a training organisation that it says will provide new training skills to New Zealand cleaners. The CrestClean press release said that the initiative was in response to ‘the collapse of the Building Service Contractors Industry Training Organisation (BSCITO)’. However, Building Service Contractors of New Zealand’s Bob King has told INCLEAN that […]

CrestClean asks NZ Government to fix labour law changes

According to a 14 May article by the New Zealand Government is being called to fix Part 6A in Labour law changes. ‘Any changes to the industrial relations laws must address the mess resulting from Part 6A in the Employment Relations Act 2000 says New Zealand’s leading privately owned cleaning and hygiene company CrestClean.’ […]


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