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Compliance accreditation for ServiceMaster Clean

Published 16th August, 2013 by Neil Nixon

Compliance accreditation for ServiceMaster Clean

ServiceMaster Clean has been awarded an exor accreditation as an approved contractor. exor's approach towards compliance is based on an active and robust programme of checking, testing and independent validation and proves that a business has been accredited to a standard where competency, viability and adherence with legal requirements and current codes of practice have been assessed.

National commercial cleaning and disaster restoration specialist, ServiceMaster Clean, has been awarded the gold accreditation from exor, which demonstrates that its standards are acknowledged as being amongst the highest in the industry.

Alan Lewin, business development director at ServiceMaster Clean, said: “We are delighted to have achieved exor accreditation as a gold accredited contractor. We pride ourselves on a sterling reputation for our service delivery, auditing and tendering processes.”

Established in 1997 to supply an efficient, outsourced supply chain service, exor understands that the management of risk is a central issue in the procuring of goods and services, adopting a thorough and robust approach to independently check and validate supplier information. Only suppliers and contractors that can attain and maintain these high standards will gain admission to the approved exor supplier database.

John Kinge, technical director of exor, said: “Organisations need to be able to ensure that their supply partners are reliable, financially stable and compliant with all relevant legislation. A third party accreditation scheme can be an efficient way in which to manage complex compliance issues such as these. With robust supplier management in place, the company at the top of the supply chain will have the confidence they need to outsource vital services, which removes the hassle of verification and gives peace of mind that they are adhering to regulation and industry best practice.”

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