June, 10, 2020
NCW Holdings, an international pioneer in offering facility management services to the country, joined hands with the Police Hospital at Narahenpita, Colombo in a generous disinfection program in honor of military personnel who fought COVID 19 bravely at the forefront of the disease outbreak. In the wake of COVID 19, NCW Holdings is offering their cleaning services to both Sri Lanka and Australia markets in an advanced format with Proactive Disinfection Service complied with international standards, maintaining the highest quality standards available in the trade. NCW Holdings is the only facility management company in Sri Lanka that is qualified to provide ISO certified services and it is headquartered in Australia.
The entire disinfection program was carried out on a complimentary basis for the Police Hospital including the supply of technicians, chemicals, equipment and machinery. Technicians who took part in the service were trained thoroughly by the management in line with standard practiced in Australia.
The disinfection program was carried out in two steps as specified by international quality standards prevailing cleaning industry; with the highest quality and hygiene levels. The project was an ultimate success due to NCW’s years of refined experience in the facility management sector, with state-of-the-art tools, accurate measuring systems, standards and sustainable practices.
NCW Holdings is also one of the pioneer companies to successfully introduce and execute Proactive Disinfection processes to several public spaces and mainstream public buildings in Australia when the virus began to spread among many Australian cities.
Joining a press conference, Naveen Wijewickrama, the Founder and Managing Director of NCW Holdings stated: “We send our heartfelt condolences to all those who lost their loved ones to coronavirus. As a company, and above all as responsible citizens, we are continuously helping the Sri Lankan government and as well as Australia to return to normalcy soon.”
Talking to the media, he further said that NCW Holdings will keep working together with the Sri Lankan government even after the pandemic. He also mentioned that it was truly an honor to support Sri Lanka armed forces which is an important part of the country’s administration system.
Adding to this, Danuka Sirinama, Corporate Communications Director of NCW Holdings also expressed: “Helping and caring others during tough times is a quality that is deeply rooted in the DNA of Sri Lankans. We took a step forward and provided this quality work by organizing a program to give our services to the Police Hospital for free. We have already invested money in carrying out simillar programs with a few other important organizations in the country. We are putting all our effort to fight this pandemic. Our plan is to offer support to both public and private institutions, and help everyone to maintain a clean, safe work environment all the time.”
A few distinguished guests including Dr. Kalinga Ginige, Director General of Police Hospital, Jagath D. Seram, Senior Police Officer, Danuka Sirinama, Corporate Communications Director of NCW Holdings, Rohan Sooriyaarchchi, Country Manager for NCW Holdings in Sri Lanka and Thushanthi Ranasinghe, Head of Human Resources and Security Investigations were present on the occasion. The hospital staff and employees of NCW Holdings also joined.
Apart from this massive disinfection project, NCW Holdings also has presented medical supplies and a financial donation to IDH Hospital which is the epicenter of battling COVID-19 outbreak in Sri Lanka.