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Rochester Midland Invited to Lead Green Housekeeping Training in Saudi Arabia
Rochester Midland Corporation (RMC) was welcomed to Saudi Arabia by Reza Hygiene from April 1st to April 5th, 2012 to present workshops to leading Saudi Arabian organizations on Green Housekeeping and Sustainable Industrial Cleaning. Select members of Reza Hygiene also participated in Rochester Midland’s Certified Green Housekeeping Professional training program.
Green Housekeeping Workshops were conducted in Al-Khobar and Jeddah, and a Sustainable Industrial Cleaning Workshop was held in Al-Khobar. The workshops covered topics related to health and environmental impact of cleaning products, ways to improve productivity in institutional and industrial facilities, and demonstrations of green housekeeping and industrial cleaning products. Over 200 people attended the workshops, including notable organizations like Aramco, Saad Hospital, British Aerospace, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Sea Ports Authority, and Saudi Diesel Equipment Company.
Rochester Midland also trained and certified 13 members of Reza Hygiene’s sales team as Certified Green Housekeeping Professionals. The two day certification program focused on the importance of green housekeeping, steps to improve health, safety, environmental impact and productivity in commercial facilities, and tools for Reza to train and certify their customers and facilities.
Reza and Rochester Midland are excited about their partnership and opportunity to bring new Green Housekeeping and Sustainable Industrial Cleaning programs to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Qatar.
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