Global biotech cleaning solutions provider, InnuScience, is celebrating after being shortlisted for two awards by leading trade magazines.
The company, based in Milton Keynes, Bucks, has been shortlisted by Tomorrow’s Facilities Management for its hospitality training app, while sister title Tomorrow’s Cleaning has made InnuScience a finalist for its long-championed cleaning concept ‘Justified Disinfection’.
InnuScience had been pioneering the use of smartphone training apps for more than five years before introducing its popular InnuScience UK Hospitality app which features tailored Health and Safety quizzes and training videos. It has proved to be a valued learning tool for kitchen porters, chefs, front of house personnel, housekeepers and restaurant cleaners.
‘Justified Disinfection’ argues that effective and thorough cleaning with high quality detergents across all non-critical touch points such as floors, ceilings and most walls is as effective as the widespread use of potentially harmful disinfectants, which is reported to have increased greatly during this year’s pandemic.
Public voting for the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2021 and Tomorrow’s Facilities Management Awards 2021 opens later this month with both announcing their top ten finalists next April. The trio with most votes will be presented with trophies later in the year.
Paul Twiss, Marketing Director at InnuScience UK, said: “We are delighted our commitment to sustainable cleaning and pioneering smartphone training apps has been recognised by the awards judges.
“We have a vision to change the way the world cleans by harnessing the power that nature offers us to replace harmful chemicals, eliminate waste and deliver truly sustainable cleaning solutions.”
Tomorrow’s Facilities Management and Tomorrow’s Cleaning are owned by Cheshire-based Opus Business Media Ltd, one of the country’s leading publishers of digital B2B magazines and annual directories.