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Holchem carries out training sessions in Ghana for Blue Skies Foods

11 July 2016

Holchem, a provider of hygiene technology solutions, has carried out a series of training sessions with Blue Skies Foods in Ghana. 

Holchem’s technical service manager, Sarah West, carried out a four-day tour designed to educate the team at Blue Skies’ fruit slicing and juice plants.  This included carrying out hygiene audits and Cleaning-in-Place (CIP) investigations as well as extensive CIP background training with the Blue Skies Hygiene team that involved how CIP works and operates as well as chemical safety and hygiene training.

The trip was part of Holchem’s commitment to imparting its knowledge to international companies to help them meet their hygiene and cleaning needs. 

 “The visit to Ghana was a great experience and is an important part of Holchem’s commitment to working with and helping companies achieve the required levels of hygiene standards and chemical safety knowledge,” said West. “I was impressed with how the work force of Blue Skies took on board so quickly all the information from the training sessions and advice on how to implement a successful hygiene plan.  It’s such an impressive site and the standards of hygiene were very impressive.  It’s testament to the quality of Holchem’s offering that we can impart our knowledge far and wide and help train our peers around the world.”

Stephan Morris, Blue Skies group technical manager, said: “All our people in Ghana enjoyed the visit. Sarah’s enthusiasm and energy, combined with her knowledge and experience enabled her to communicate complex information very effectively, and there is nothing that Ghanaian people appreciate more than education.”


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