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Federation of Window Cleaners 2021 Awards

WINDOW CLEANING COMPANY OF THE YEAR AWARD 2021

This competition is open to all window cleaning Companies, including sole traders who are registered members of the Federation of Window Cleaners, and all employees of registered members.

The competition will be judged by the General Secretary and three independent judges.

Judging will be based on industry achievements, time served and reasons for entering this competition, in addition to client testimonials, evidence of training, qualifications etc.

Download your application form below...

WINDOW CLEANER (EMPLOYEE) OF THE YEAR AWARD 2021

This competition is open to all window cleaners who are registered members of the Federation of Window Cleaners; and all employees of registered members. Employees must have been nominated by their employer; only one employee per company is eligible to participate.

The competition will be judged by the General Secretary and three independent judges. The competition will have one category winner from each region - Judging will be based on industry achievements, time served and reasons for entering this competition: in addition to client testimonials, evidence of training, qualifications etc.

Download your application form below...

 
 
 

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Federation of Window Cleaners

The Federation was established in 1947 as an independent, non-profit making organisation to support the needs of window cleaners in the UK. Owned by and run only for the benefit of our members. Our purpose is to maintain and improve the window cleaning industry and to represent our membership, updating our image in line with the unrivalled federation that we have become today and in turn we continue to re evaluate the service offering we supply to our membership.
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As per the Transport Secretary's announcement in yesterday's press conference, wearing face coverings on public transport will be mandatory in England from Monday 15 June.
Key points to note:
• The new guidance refers to face coverings - not surgical masks - which you can easily make at home.
• Exemptions will be made for very young children, the disabled and those with breathing difficulties.
• You can be refused travel if you don’t comply and could be fined. Alongside transport operators, this will be enforced by the British Transport Police, as necessary. Transport Secretary's full statement here
Further guidance will follow in the coming days, which we will circulate.

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The Federation was established in 1947 as an independent, non-profit making organisation to support the needs of window cleaners in the UK. Owned by and run only for the benefit of our members. Our purpose is to maintain and improve the window cleaning industry and to represent our membership, updating our image in line with the unrivalled federation that we have become today and in turn we continue to re evaluate the service offering we supply to our membership.

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