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TIANB launches 'Clean It Right' certification in French; 'Nettoyez-le bien'

Fredericton, NB, July 29, 2020 – On July 14, the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick (TIANB) launched a new cleanliness certification program in English called Clean it Right. Today, they are very pleased to introduce the French version, Nettoyez-le bien. TIANB is the only association offering this certification in French.

At a time when the Tourism and Hospitality industries are reeling from the impact of COVID-19, TIANB is pleased to announce the launch of the Clean it Right Training Program, an online, self-study training program to increase the safety of guests, visitors and workforce in the Tourism, Hospitality and Retail Industry.

The purpose of Clean it Right is not to replace the existing business' cleaning standards of practice; but to enhance it.

The goals of the Clean it Right training program are to:

  • help people who work in Hotels, Motels and B&Bs, Restaurants and Food services, and Retail businesses understand the significance of following the cleaning and disinfection procedures by adjusting current practices
  • help re-gain consumer confidence in the industry by making the commitment to provide a clean and safe environment for customers and employees.

A 100% pass rate is required to receive individual certification. Businesses that train all of their cleaning staff, or contracted cleaners, will receive a window decal to display in their business to show they are committed to provide a clean and safe environment.

"We're thrilled with the support we've received and pleased to launch this program to assist businesses across the province," commented Carol Alderdice, President and CEO. "We're offering the first 500 access codes FREE to support our industry." she added.

Clean it Right Training is supported and endorsed by provincial and national bodies including, Tourism HR Canada, the Retail Council of Canada.

The tourism industry in New Brunswick supports over 30,000 employees and represents close to 9% of the province's labour force. Visitors spend roughly $1.6 billion dollars in New Brunswick. Tourism contributes more than $520 million annually to the provincial GDP. The tourism share of provincial GDP ranks with the combined share of agriculture, forestry, fishery and mining in New Brunswick's economy.

 


 

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MTEC Launches Clean It Right for Business Offices and Service Centres

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, July 8, 2020 – Just six weeks after launching the Clean It Right training program for the tourism, hospitality and retail industries, the Manitoba Tourism Education Council (MTEC) announced the official launch of Clean It Right training program for Business Offices and Service Centres.

MTEC launched 3-Modules of Clean It Right on, May 26, 2020. One module each for:

  1. Hotels, Motels and Bed & Breakfasts
  2. Restaurants and Food Services
  3. Retail Establishments

Like the other programs, Clean It Right for Business Offices and Service Centres is not meant to replace the company's existing cleaning practices or standards, but to enhance it. The goals are to:

  • Help re-gain consumer and employee confidence by making the commitment to provide a clean and safe environment for everyone
  • Help people who work in offices and services centres understand the significance of following the cleaning and disinfection procedures by adjusting current practices

"As soon as we launched the first three-modules we started getting calls asking for training specifically for office environments, so, we developed this new Business Offices and Service Centres training," commented Shannon Fontaine, CEO of MTEC. "It's been a whirlwind, but we're thrilled to offer this training FREE to businesses who are in the tourism, hospitality, retail and customer service industries in Manitoba." Fontaine also reported that over 3,400 people have registered for the Clean It Right program, and 171 businesses have qualified to be Clean It Right Certified, since it's launch six weeks ago.

Clean It Right is endorsed by city, provincial and national bodies who are looking for resources to help restore confidence in businesses across all industries in Canada.

MTEC, established in 1989, is a not-for-profit that receives federal and provincial funding to assist the tourism, hospitality and retail industries in Manitoba remain viable by training industry managers, supervisors and employees.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MTEC Launches FREE Clean It Right Training Program

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, May 26, 2020 – At a time when the tourism, hospitality and retail industries are reeling from the impact of COVID-19, some good news. The Manitoba Tourism Education Council (MTEC) is pleased to announce the launch of the, Clean It Right Training Program, an online, self-study and classroom training program to increase the safety of guests, visitors and workforce in the Tourism, Hospitality and Retail Industry.

The purpose of Clean It Right is not to replace the existing business's cleaning standards of practice; but to enhance it.

The goals of the Clean It Right training program are to:

  • Help people who work in the industry understand the significance of following the cleaning and disinfection procedures by adjusting current practices.
  • Help re-gain consumer confidence in the industry by making the commitment to provide a clean and safe environment for customers and employees.

A 100% pass rate is required to receive individual certification. Businesses who train all cleaning staff will receive a window decal to display. These businesses will also be recognized as a Certified Clean It Right Business in Travel Manitoba's 2021 Visitor's Guide.

"We're thrilled with the support we've received and pleased to launch ahead of schedule to assist businesses as they reopen across the province," commented Shannon Fontaine, CEO of MTEC. "We're offering Clean It Right as an online course, self-study and as classroom training FREE to industry businesses until June 2021," she added.

Clean It Right Training is supported and endorsed by provincial and national bodies including, Travel Manitoba, Tourism Winnipeg, the Manitoba Hotel Association, the Manitoba Restaurant & Food Services Association, Tourism HR Canada and the Retail Council of Canada.

The Manitoba Tourism Education Council, established in 1989, is a not-for-profit organization that receives federal and provincial funding to assist the tourism industry in Manitoba remain viable by training industry managers, supervisors and employees.

Download a PDF of this Media Release here.