A step-by-step run through of the recently published cleaning protocols in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Free to ASSC Members, this is a no-nonsense, easy-to-follow course created for property owners, managers and their cleaners looking to ensure their properties operate safely when they open. These protocols have been developed in partnership between the Association of Scotland’s Self Caterers (ASSC), The Professional Association of Self Caterers (PASC) and the Wales Tourism Alliance. The protocols are supported by the Tourism Alliance, the Scottish Tourism Alliance and the Wales Association of Self-Catering Operators.
The training is delivered by Jenny Burton. Jenny was commissioned by the ASSC to help create a robust yet accessible and achievable set of cleaning guidelines for the self-catering sector. Jenny was asked to do the work due to her reputation in Edinburgh as the director of holiday let cleaning company, Landlords’ Little Helper. Her background, as a Physiology graduate enabled her to look behind the science, the myths and work to create the cleaning protocols which are now widely accepted as the benchmark that the self-catering industry needs to achieve to be able to ensure safety for staff and guests alike.
A short interview between Jen Burton, who delivers the training and Robert Kennedy from SuperControl, who has gone through the training and been certified.
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An updated version of the FAQs has been uploaded. You can now also download word versions of the Risk Assessment and Cleaning Checklist.
SuperControl is delivering a webinar on Wednesday 17th June 2pm. Join Chief Executive of ASSC, Fiona Campbell, who has been instrumental in developing industry standards and opening guidelines, whilst lobbying the Scottish Government to obtain clarity and sensible policy for Scotland’s self-caterers. Here you will get the lowdown on what to consider, what to expect, how to prepare guest messaging, understand cleaning protocols and boost guest confidence, and have a chance to ask questions.