How to Secure The Safe Return: The Impact Of New Hygiene Expectations
With the latest lock downs occurring across Australia, how do we ensure a safe return to facilities and places of operation once the restrictions begin to ease? Occupant health and wellness will be a key focus of concern.
COVID-19 has brought to the forefront the significant importance of hand hygiene. The general public have become more consciously aware of their behaviours and the responsibilities of venues. As a result, there are higher hygiene expectations when it comes to the places one visits or works within.
Join the upcoming free ISSA webinar to learn:
- How the pandemic has increased awareness about the importance of hand hygiene
- What hand hygiene behaviours have changed as a result of Covid-19
- What are the current hand hygiene regulations and how to ensure compliance
- Why hygiene has the potential to impact business profitability
- What are the new hygiene expectations from the public
- How to make people feel safe to return to facilities away from home.
Rochelle Lake, Head of B2B Marketing, Essity
Rochelle Lake is the Head of B2B Marketing at Essity Australasia. Essity is a global leader in hygiene and health, developing, producing, and selling leading brands such as Tork, TENA, Libra, and Leukoplast. Lake has a commerce degree and an MBA and has worked in the paper/tissue manufacturing industry for over 35 years. At Essity, Lake has led the introduction of many first to innovations that help customers to improve hygiene, save time, enhance facility décor, and reduce environmental impact.
Carrie Spinks, Infection Control Specialist, Arcare Aged Care
Carrie Spinks has worked in the aged care sector for the last 14 years and is a specialist in aged care infection prevention and control and immunisation programs. Her work at Arcare focuses on healthcare management, clinical governance, quality and compliance, education, project management and continuous improvement. Spinks has more than 25 years’ experience in acute, residential aged care and community health care settings, in Australia and the United Kingdom. Spinks has a Master of Science—Advanced Nurse Practitioner and a Master of Advanced Practice— Infection Prevention and Control.
Rachel Meryment, Certification Manager, HACCP International
Rachel Meryment has worked for HACCP International for the last four years assisting license holders with product certifications. Meryment is a food technologist with an MBA and a passion for food safety, having a background of 10 years’ experience in food manufacturing quality assurance roles before working with The Heart Foundation’s Tick programme, certifying food products for nutrition compliance.
September 23 2021, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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