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MORE, MORE, MORE. ARE YOU READY?
Healthcare Estates 2019 is just a few short weeks
away (8-9 October), with preparations really
ramping up now for the biggest event yet; more
exhibitors, more speakers, more exhibition
theatres, a fabulous new venue for the Dinner
and Awards, and a very special plenary theatre.
The event hosts the International Federation of
Hospital Engineering, and delegates from around
the world will be visiting Manchester to attend
the event, as well as experience Manchester’s
famous northern hospitality.
The two-day conference programme and
exhibition theatres have something of interest
for everyone: Estates and Facilities Director, an
apprentice, or any professional level in between.
The learning opportunities are many and varied and
this year, with the event hosting the International
Federation of Hospital Engineering, experts from
all over the world are attending and speaking at the
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Healthcare Estates is a truly unique event in the
UK market – the only national conference and
exhibition to bring together those who design, build
manage and maintain healthcare facilities.
The exhibition o ers visitors the opportunity
to come and browse new products, new ideas,
innovative solutions and talk with experts from over
250 organisations working across the healthcare
sector. A packed hall full of interesting ideas and
technical expertise for two full days in Manchester.
With over 200 stands – two days gives you the
complete technical, practical, professional and
political framework in which to make e ective
decisions. If you want to know if you’re doing things
right, this is the right place to begin.
Healthcare Estates is the unrivalled platform for
Estate Managers, Directors, and Facilities Managers
running and managing hospitals to network with
industry colleagues, services and other contractors
while sourcing and specifying the latest healthcare
products and services.
The conference has four streams – Strategy and
Leadership, Engineering and Facilities Management,
Planning Design and Construction, and Innovation.
Keynote speakers: Simon Corben, Director and
Head of Profession NHS Estates and Facilities, NHS
Improvement, Alasdair Coates, Chief Executive
O icer, Engineering Council, Darryl Pitcher,
President of the IFHE, and Professor Michail
Kagioglou, Dean of the University of Huddersfield,
Alan Sharp, Chief Executive O icer, Mater Hospital
Dublin, and the motivational speaker is Sally
Becker, the “Angel of Mostar”. In addition, there is
a workshop from NHSI, and an international case
study session – all free to attend, including seven
exhibition theatres to choose from.
Register now www.healthcare-estates.com
INNUSCIENCE SCORES INDUSTRY FIRST WITH
ITS IOT PRODUCT MONITORING SYSTEM
Fast-growing InnuScience believes it is
the first cleaning product manufacturer
in the UK to launch an Internet of
Things (IoT) based product monitoring
Connected Cleaning works by
monitoring product usage, which is
reported on a monthly basis against
budget per site allowing proactive
management of any deviations from budget.
InnuScience, an established global leader in
commercial cleaning systems based on biotechnology,
can achieve the upfront results of strong chemical
products by using biological actives – fermentation
extracts, enzymes and microbes – to create a residual
A router integrated into InnuScience’s dispensing
equipment communicates product usage data back
to the company via Wi-Fi or 4G. InnuScience then
issues simple customer reports in a tra ic light format,
indicating if product usage is in line with budget.
InnuScience UK, based in Milton Keynes, is the
youngest and fastest-growing of the top 15 manufacturers in the country
supplying biotechnology-based cleaning
products to the Facilities Management,
Building, Hospitality and Care Sectors.
CLEEN AND CHANGING PLACES TEAM UP TO
IMPROVE WASHROOM STANDARDS
The Changing Places Consortium,
which campaigns for the provision
of specially-adapted washroom
facilities, has adopted an innovative
system to help raise standards
across the UK.
More than 1,300 Changing Places
facilities are now registered across
the UK and monitoring these will
now be far easier thanks to Cleen
- the UK’s first fully integrated
washroom services management
tool and review app – which has
been developed by Derby-based
Hygiene Services Group (HSG).
Cleen enables washroom users to
log and publish reviews – good and
bad – via a free app that is easily
downloaded onto a smartphone.
These are monitored by the Changing Places Consortium via the Cleen
Dashboard. Now venues who have Changing Places washrooms can use the
technology to also monitor reviews, take action and post positive reviews
Facility providers can also purchase the Cleen Tablet which are installed in
or near washrooms and enables reviews to be posted directly on site without
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