Compliance

Compliance’ the word is thrown around a lot, but what does it mean in a real-world context?

For CCS, compliance really comes down to two things, being informed and being accountable.

As CCS are operating in 8 countries, a huge part of remaining compliant is adhering to the specific laws of each jurisdiction.

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Compliance with international standards

Our HR teams are experts in local legislation and employment practices and ensure that we are always hiring and operating within the law.

Our expertise in local employment practices also means that we will never hire anyone from vulnerable populations that are open to exploitation.

Due-diligence

At CCS we take due-diligence very seriously. All of our people are audited before they begin working with us. Audits are carried out by HR team members who are trained to identify fraudulent documentation and carry out security / reference checks.

CCS manages our people’s details through a secure, central system that can be accessed on demand via authorised login. This means that in the event of an on-site inspection, we can access relevant documentation for all of our people, including their right to work.

This simple system was created to de-risk CCS and our client’s businesses.

Standards

CCS adhere to international auditing standards. We have been registered to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 for 10 years.

We’re proud to mark our transition to the latest release of this important benchmark of Environmental and Quality Management excellence.

It’s the hard work of all our people who drive our cleaning standards to the highest level and ensure environmental compliance is to the forefront in every store we clean. These accreditations keep us accountable and ensure that we maintain high standards for ourselves and our customers.

GDPR

GDPR is another important part of compliance and it’s something CCS has been practicing since long before the 2018 deadline.

Nevertheless, we conducted a thorough gap analysis and carried out GDPR workshops in order to close any gaps we identified. We also appointed a Data Protection Officer whose role is to ensure that all of our people are using all data responsibly and within the parameters of GDPR.