On 29th August CrestClean Nelson attended its first Health and Safety Expo, at the Suburban Club Sports Hall. The expo was organised by the Chamber of Commerce and the Health and Safety Network. Guest speakers from business, ACC and MBIE covered the business essentials in health and safety, including the need to manage hazards, train
Dunedin had its annual team get together recently with a brilliant turnout. Over the past year the Dunedin CrestClean team has grown vastly, so it had to be held in the Edgar Centre Port Otago Lounge on the Dunedin waterfront. With the background feature on the Forsyth Barr stadium and the Dunedin harbour basin, the
Here’s Nelson franchisee Sarah Richards at the Oaks Expo held recently. She’s with Gavin Smith the Waiwhetu Distributors Southern Regional Manager. There was a good turn out on the day and all who went enjoyed themselves. It’s great to have a look at the latest gear out there and Gavin is a wealth of knowledge.
Recently 5 children from Nelson schools were selected to receive CrestClean Principal’s Sponsorships for the LeslieRugby Coaching Clinic held on 2nd May at Nelson College, Nelson. The children had a great day, and they participated very well, learning new skills from a team of experienced trainers. Over the last couple of months CrestClean has sent
Congratulations to Mel Fearn who has recently finished her training to become an ‘Induction Trainer’ for CrestClean Nelson. Induction Training is an important part of the CrestClean franchisee training process. New franchisees will work alongside Mel for three weeks learning effective and efficient cleaning before they begin their formal training through the Master Cleaners Training
We changed to CrestClean Nelson in April 2010. Brendon and his team spent three weeks – at no extra cost, bringing our offices up to a high standard of cleanliness. We are more than happy with their performance. During the last year they have proved to be consistent and reliable. We have found them excellent