Industrial dishwasher maker Meiko is hosting an online convention in June that will focus on hygiene safety in kitchens and in utility rooms.
The roundtable discussion will cover the standards we use to plan the care homes and hospitals of the future and how intelligent planning assures hygiene protection.
The first session of the virtual event spread over two days begins on Tuesday 22 June at 9am BST.
The session will feature a presentation on ‘Stopping pathogens: how intelligent planning assures hygiene’.
That will be followed by Meiko’s introduction to brand new cleaning and disinfection technology - the new pearl in Meiko’s care collection www.meiko.info/pearl, with features facilitating the everyday care routine.
Finally, managing director of care directory Autumna Debbie Harris and other industry experts from the healthcare and planning sector will discuss what standards should be used for planning the hospitals and care homes of the future.
The second session takes place on Wednesday 23 June at 9am BST, kicked off with a talk on ‘Improving hygiene with smart kitchen processes’.
That will be followed by a panel discussion on the structural change in catering in care settings with Philip Shelley, who has 20 years of experience in hospital catering, design consultant Duncan Hepburn FCSI from Hepburn Associates, and food trend expert Hanni Rutzler from Zukunftsinstitut in Germany.
Also unveiled during the event will be Meiko's new generation of washer-disinfectors.
Interested parties can register now for the online conference free of charge at www.meiko-global.com/care-convention.
The conference language is English and the number of participants is limited.