Salus Support Services are a family owned cleaning and Facilities Company with designated operations teams servicing many industries within London. With over 35 years experience in the cleaning and facilities industries, we provide many services for both public and private sectors including leisure, healthcare, education premises and offices of all sizes.
Our dedicated team of fully trained operatives are able to provide round the clock assistance via our 24-hour emergency hotline.
Backed by fully vetted staff, with full and on-going training in all latest cleaning and health and safety methods, the service you will receive from Salus Support Services will not only meet, but will exceed your expectations.
Salus Support Services have achieved our high standards and long lasting customer relationships over the years by:
Helping our customers identify that their waste has an effect on the environment and helping them to achieve minimal environmental impact by reusing and recycling their waste.
Salus Support Services appreciates the importance of ensuring Safe working practices are enforced at all times. Obviously this will preserve the welfare of our staff, but also prevent any issues or inconveniences caused by the service we provide.
Our Management Team are certified with IOSH Managing Safely, and our Operations Management and Supervisors are certified with IOSH Working Safely or CEIH Level 2 Health & Safety in the Workplace.
Additionally we train our Supervisors to be able to carry out PAT Testing. This allows us to fulfil our obligatory duties of testing all our electrical equipment “in house”. This ensures our machines are safe for use, and assists with a rapid response to repairing and replacing faulty equipment.
All work that we undertake is governed by our Risk Assessments and C.O.S.H.H Assessments.
3.1 Salus Support Services is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to ensuring within the framework of the law that our workplaces are free from unlawful or unfair discrimination on the grounds of disability, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sex, gender (including gender reassignment), sexual orientation, age, marital status, religious or other similar philosophical belief.
3.2 We aim to ensure that our employees achieve their full potential and that all employment decisions are taken without reference to irrelevant or discriminatory criteria. We have adopted this policy as a means of helping to achieve these aims.
3.3 Direct discrimination occurs where someone is put at a disadvantage on discriminatory grounds in relation to his or her employment. Direct discrimination may occur even when unintentional.
3.4 Indirect discrimination occurs where one individual’s employment is subject to an unjustified provision criterion or practice which e.g. one sex or race/nationality or age group finds more difficult to meet, although on the face of it the provision criterion or practice is ‘neutral’.
3.5 For example, a requirement for GCSE English as a selection criterion. This would have a disparately adverse impact on people educated overseas and may not be justified if all that is needed is to demonstrate a reasonable level of literacy.
3.6 We are committed to ensuring that all of our employees and applicants for employment are protected from unlawful discrimination in employment.
3.7 Recruitment and employment decisions will be made on the basis of fair and objective criteria.
3.8 Person and job specifications shall be limited to those requirements which are necessary for the effective performance of the job.
3.9 Interviews will be conducted on an objective basis and personal or home commitments will not form the basis of employment decisions except where necessary and relevant.
3.10 All employees have a right to equality of opportunity and a duty to implement this policy. Discrimination is a serious disciplinary matter that will normally be treated as gross misconduct.
3.11 Anyone who believes that he or she may have been disadvantaged on discriminatory grounds should raise the matter through the Company’s grievance procedure.
Salus Support services are always looking for hardworking, proven and trustworthy operatives to represent us on a daily basis within our client’s workplaces.
As one of London’s high end commercial and facilities companies, we insist on maintaining the quality of service that has lead us to be a successful company thus far. As such all of our successful operatives are provided with comprehensive training and on-going support.
If you are a hardworking, honest individual with a passion for service excellence and the desire to train and become a longstanding and valued member of our company, we would welcome receiving your application for employment.
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