The EFCI works on different topics that are relevant for the Federation through three Committees. They are composed of experts designated by the member associations. The Secretariat provides continuing support to each Committee and ensures internal coordination.
The Economic Affairs Committee
The Economic Affairs Committee is in charge of identifying market developments, including the annual collection of the main economic and social indicators of the sector necessary to complete the survey on the cleaning industry in Europe.
The Social Affairs and Vocational Training Committee
The Social Affairs and Vocational Training Committee is responsible for the monitoring of European social policy, including vocational training. It ensures that the employers’ interests of the sector are considered and participates actively in the European Social Dialogue. The most recent project developed by the Committee is the Cleaning Best Value guide.
The Technical, Innovation & Quality Committee
The Technical, Innovation and Quality Committee is in charge of issues related to the professionalization of the Cleaning Industry; of proposing policy guidelines to the Board with regard to European standardisation in the cleaning sector and implementing its decisions.