Healthy GateWays – Preparing and responding to chemical events at Points of Entry: ports – 28/05/19

  • Venue: Digital/Webinar
  • Date(s): Tuesday 28 May 2019
  • Web: http://surveys.shipsan.eu/index.php/134547/lang-en

Preparing and responding to chemical events at Points of Entry: portsTuesday, 28th of May 2019, 14:00 (Central European Time)Join us at the upcoming live webinar session! Title:Preparing and responding to chemical events at Points of Entry: ports Presenters:Dr Tom Gaulton, UKTom is currently a Health Protection Scientist in the Chemical and Environmental Effects Department (CEED) at Pubic Health England (PHE) in the UK, where he works on and manages various projects on chemical threats, chemical incidents (including cross-border incidents) and surveillance of chemical incidents. Tom has participated in, organised and delivered multi-country exercises on serious cross border chemical health threats and has previously worked on the SHIPSAN ACT JA, providing technical input into the management of chemical and radiological incidents on ships and at ports. Dr Charlotte Hague, UKCharlotte is a Health Protection Scientist in the Chemical and Environmental Effects Department (CEED) at Pubic Health England (PHE) in the UK. Charlotte is also part of the chemical incident surveillance team within the CEED at PHE and has experience participating in, organising and delivering multi-country exercises on serious cross border chemical health threats. Charlotte has previously been a project manager of two collaborative EU funded projects which aim to improve EU level response to chemical incidents that may pose a cross-border public health risk; The European Chemical Emergency Network (ECHEMNET) and The Alerting System for Chemical Health Threats phase three (ASHTIII). Mr Matej Ivartnik, SloveniaMatej is an expert associate from NIJZ (Slovenian National Institute of Public Health), with a career in sanitary engineering and environmental science spanning almost 20 years. Matej is also a member of the expert group for chemical safety and drinking water and a member of the coordination group for preparedness and serious cross-border health threats. Matej has previously participated in multiple EU-wide exercises on cross-border threats to health, both as an individual and country representative for Slovenia. Date:Tuesday 28 May 2019 Time:14:00 Central European Time (https://www.timeanddate.com/time/zones/cest) (Duration 1 hour).  FULL INFORMATION & REGISTRATION HERE

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Pall Medical – Armitage Shanks – Water Hygiene Masterclass 2019 – 11/06/19

  • Venue: Aubrey Park Hotel, St Albans, Hertfordshire
  • Date(s): June 11th, 2019
  • Web: https://go.pall.com/Medical-19-114-LMC-London-MasterClass-EMEA-RegistrationLP.html?utmsource=%20invitation&utm-medium=email&utm-campaign=19-114-LMC&utmterm=%20London%20Masterclass%202019&utm-content=button&

Pall Medical - Armitage Shanks - Water Hygiene Masterclass 2019June 11th, 2019, Aubrey Park Hotel, St Albans, Hertfordshire 09.00 – 10.00 Registration & Reception 10.00 – 10.15 Welcome & Chair Dr. Susanne Lee, Director, Leegionella Ltd., BsC (Hons) PhD C Biol., FrSB, FRSPH, FIHEEM, FWMSoc 10.15 – 11.00 Bacterial Evolution – Guideline Revolution? Elise Maynard, Managing Partner, Elise Maynard Associates LLP, Council Member, Water Management Society 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break 11.30 – 12.15 Risk assessment: same words – different meaning Dr. Elaine Cloutman-Green, Lead Healthcare Scientist, Department of Microbiology, Virology and Infection Prevention Control, Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London 12.15 – 13.00 You can lead a horse to water …… Dr. Paul McDermott, Consultant Microbiologist, PJM-HS Consulting 13.00 – 14.00 Lunch break 14.00 – 14.45 Legionella in Water systems: How much do we really detect and under which circumstances? Dr. Christian Lück, MD, Consultant Laboratory Legionella (Robert Koch- Institute), Technical University Dresden 14.45 – 15.30 Microorganisms’ intelligence in a healthcare environment: assessment of waterborne HAI’s risk Prof. Dr. Martin Exner, Institute of Hospital Hygiene and Public Health, University Hospital Bonn 15.30 – 15.45 Coffee break 15.45 – 16.30 Are you proactive or reactive? 10 reasons why developing a water safety plan is a good idea Dr. Susanne Lee, Director, Leegionella Ltd., BsC (Hons) PhD C Biol., FrSB, FRSPH, FIHEEM, FWMSoc 16.30 – 17.00 Q & A Session FULL INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION HERE

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