The Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK) has appointed Christopher Wan as Director of Facilities for the centre.
Formerly positioned as the Senior Manager, Corporate Services at the centre, Christopher’s experience in Management and Procurement puts him in good stead to maintain his responsibilities as the Director for the Central Procurement department, the Chairman for BCCK’s Integrated Management System, which includes ISO 22000 (Food Safety Management System), ISO 14001 (Environment) and ISO 9001 (Quality Management System and the additional caretaker of the maintenance of the centre’s building, facilities and equipment.
As always, client and customer satisfaction remain at the forefront of BCCK’s drive, and the Director of Facilities has assured that his new appointment will come with renewed dedication towards customer safety and comfort within the facility by delivering new vibrant experiences when it comes to audio-visual, with the investment of new equipment.
Built in 2009, BCCK recently celebrated its 10th year anniversary. As time passes, ongoing maintenance has become a major focal point for the centre, to reverse the signs of aging, and maintain its competitive edge and attractiveness as a venue of choice for business events in the region.
The centre has already begun projects to look at the upgrading of the audio and visual facilities within the centre to ensure that all event organisers within the centre have best-inclass equipment at their fingertips.
The centre is also continuing its efforts to adopt greener practices to reduce the Centre’s impact on the environment, by reviewing its Building Management System, and addressing energy saving opportunities, including phasing out fluorescent light bulbs and replacing with energy conserving LED alternatives, and practicing waste segregation, recycling and composting.
BCCK will continue implementing strict food safety and general safety measures, in line with the centre’s certifications in ISO 9001, ISO 22000 and ISO 14001. In addition to these safety measures, the Centre enforces COVID19 relevant precautions, such as social distancing, mandatory mask wearing, temperature checks, contact tracing and frequent sanitisation, in accordance with developing mandates set by the government.