Australian Exhibitions & Conferences (AEC Pty Ltd) and the National Cleaning Suppliers Association (NCSA) are pleased to announce the launch of a new National Trade Show, CleanScene: The National Cleaning & Hygiene Expo.
CleanScene will showcase the latest in cleaning equipment and supplies for the commercial cleaning sector.
CleanScene will also include features of interest to healthcare, aged care, hospitality, food and beverage and the public sector industries where a high level of hygiene and cleanliness are of importance.
The CleanGreen feature will incorporate cleaning products and services that are either eco-friendly, are made of recycled material, can be recycled or which use significantly reduced amounts of water.
Feature areas will be just one of a number of initiatives designed to make a visit to CleanScene an interactive experience. Various networking opportunities, such as the NCSA Dinner, as well as a series of informative industry seminars are amongst other activities.
CleanScene also features an interactive product demonstration area where anything from spill containment products, through to heavy duty sweepers, will be demonstrated in front of live audiences. In many instances the demonstrations will allow prospective customers to investigate new products or services to a level not normally possible, due to the type, or size, of the product involved.
Co-located with The Safety Show Sydney, New South Wales’ workplace safety event, CleanScene will take place between 27– 29 October 2009 at Sydney Showground at Sydney Olympic Park.
“We see the co-location of CleanScene alongside The Safety Show Sydney to be of major benefit to our members” said Gerry Goldberg, National President, NCSA, “especially in view of the large crowds that attend all of the Safety Shows”.
Organiser, Marie Kinsella of AEC Pty Ltd, stated there is a strong synergy between the cleaning and safety industries. OH&S is as relevant to cleaning as any other industry. Cleaning companies need height safety equipment, non slip mats and protective clothing just like pharmaceutical or car manufacturers. Whilst the requirements for cleanliness and hygiene for food and beverage production, are of course obligatory, she pointed out.