From Monday 26 to Wednesday 28 September, HPC Healthline will be exhibiting at IPS’ annual conference in Harrogate. Aimed at medical infection prevention professionals, the three-day event at Harrogate International Centre provides an invaluable chance for nurses and staff to learn more about HPC Healthline’s gloves, pulp and workwear.
“Each year the IPS conference offers a unique opportunity for us to meet industry professionals, and old and new customers under one roof. Together as product innovators and product users, it’s great to be able to share ideas and possible solutions in an industry so focused on and well educated in infection prevention.”
– Michael Knight, HPC Healthline Area Sales Manager
Last year, over 800 delegates attended the conference and this year promises to be even bigger. This is because IPS aims to:
- Lead, shape and inform the infection prevention agenda at an international level
- Influence and promote the evidence base for a universally adopted infection prevention practice
- Be the organisation of choice for all involved in infection prevention to sustain improvements in practice.
With its cutting edge innovation within the infection prevention industry, HPC Healthline will be a key exhibitor at this year’s conference. Bringing our latest developments in examination gloves and pulp, we will be showcasing how customers using our products will be thoroughly equipped within the healthcare workplace to combat contamination and fight against the spread of HAIs.
Particularly, we are passionate about returning the everyday examination glove to its original role as a highly effective infection control device. Through our SafeDon® range of exam gloves, aprons and accompanying dispensing solutions, we do just that. And although the most technologically advanced products are commonly the most expensive, SafeDon bucks this trend thanks to its economical and waste-reducing packaging.
A large part of infection prevention also takes place in the sluice room. Samples of our pulp products will be available for conference delegates to handle, including our detergent proof washbowl, which is 30% stronger than other washbowls available on the market. And its unique soap proof agent ensures that it doesn’t leak and removes the need to double bowl.
We also offer accompanying accessories, such as racks and dispensing stands on wheels to help users meet CQC guidelines. These allow hospitals to be more flexible: avoiding expensive wall mounting charges and allowing improved access in tight sluice rooms.
If you’re attending the conference, we encourage you to visit Stand 54a, sample our products, meet our team and enter our Twitter competition.