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OCS celebrates successful first year of talent programme

On 21st December, OCS celebrated the success of ten graduates of the company’s inaugural Facilitating Futures Talent Programme. Welcomed by Jane Sheard, OCS CEO of Australia and New Zealand, who championed the scheme, the ceremony saw the ten graduates present what they’d learned from the year-long programme, followed by an inspirational leadership talk from polar explorer Alan Chambers, who was awarded the MBE for determined leadership in constant adversity.

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OCS flies high with PPG Aerospace

OCS has been awarded a three year contract by PPG Aerospace. The contract, which started in October, sees OCS providing security, cleaning and catering at PPG Aerospace’s Shildon site in County Durham.

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Changing face of the cleaner in the digital world

OCS Head of Cleaning, Yvonne Taylor, has contributed to an article in the European Cleaning Journal entitled ‘Changing face of the cleaner in the digital world’. The article considers the skills required of a cleaner today and the skills tomorrow’s workforce will need as the industry becomes increasingly automated and digitalised

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Leah Moorby, British Junior & Senior Taekwondo champion, wins OCS Young Sportsperson of the Year 2016

Leah Moorby, 17, from Keighley, Yorkshire, was voted OCS Young Sportsperson of the Year at a glittering Awards ceremony held at City Hall in London last night which was hosted by BBC Sport commentator and former international gymnast, Gabby Logan, and attended by a host of sporting personalities.

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OCS rolls out lanyard for passengers with hidden disabilities to other UK airports following success of scheme at Gatwick

A new lanyard for passengers with hidden disabilities, first introduced at Gatwick Airport to assist passengers with hidden disabilities, is set to be rolled out to other UK airports following a successful trial over the summer.

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