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CHARITY GOLF DAY


SWITCHES LOCATION The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association’s (CHSA) annual Pro-Am Charity Golf Tournament is moving to a new venue.


Taking place on Thursday 13 September 2018, the tournament has relocated to Rockliffe Hall, an 18-hole championship course designed by Hawtree, which offers a unique challenge to players.


Shaun Chatterton, CHSA Council Member and driving force behind the golf day, said: “We’re looking forward to the challenges of this wonderful


KEEPING TRACK OF HAND HYGIENE


COMPLIANCE DebMed has partnered with RFiD Discovery to combine breakthrough technologies, to accurately record real time hand hygiene moments across hospital wards.


The companies have teamed up to launch an RFID Asset Tracking Solution that uniquely links with point of care dispensers. The frequency of moving patients across wards is a common activity within a hospital, resulting in the risk of infections spreading further.


The RFID solution incorporates a unique tag into the bracket that sits at the end of the bed. The technology is part of the DebMed Hand Hygiene Compliance System, allowing trusts to accurately report hand hygiene data by recording the exact location of each event, even if a bed is moved to another part of the hospital.


The flexibility of the system will also ensure that hospitals can capture and monitor hand hygiene compliance following the WHO 5-Moments, which recommends when exactly healthcare workers clean their hands. The 5-Moments include; cleaning before touching a patient, before cleaning or aseptic procedures, after body fluid exposure or risk, after touching


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a patient and after touching patient surroundings.


Paul Jakeway, Marketing Director at Deb, said: “It’s important that hospitals track hand hygiene compliance rates across each ward, not just the hospital at top-level. This will ensure that accurate results of hand hygiene moments are captured.


“We’re looking forward to working with RFiD Discovery to roll this system out across hospitals, which we believe will ensure a higher standard of hand hygiene behaviour and allow us to improve standards on a ward by ward basis.”


www.debmedgroup.com


course. Our members and their guests have come to expect the very best in terms of facilities and, at Rockliffe Hall, they won’t be disappointed.”


In 2017, the CHSA’s Golf Day raised almost £4,000 for the Chairman’s Charity, the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).


Every team playing will be paired up with a member of the Yorkshire Professional Golfers Association, while


one of the packages available includes a treatment at the award-winning spa, and access to the facilities throughout the day. The evening will be hosted by comedian Jed Stone.


www.chsa.co.uk COSTLY FINE FOR


DISCOUNT RETAILER Discount retailer Poundworld has been fined almost £1.2m following a rodent infestation at a shop in Croydon, south London.


A customer reported evidence of rodents in the shop to Croydon Council, and local authority inspectors discovered what they describe as an “out-of-control infestation” upon visiting the store in February 2016.


The floor was reportedly littered with mouse droppings, and food products were sodden with urine. Some packets of food had been returned to shelves after being gnawed through by rodents, with the holes ‘repaired’ by tape.


A Croydon Crown Court judge said: “The smell of rodents’ urine was discernible upon immediate approach to the food section of the store.”


Officers consulted with the shop’s management, who immediately ceased selling food at the store. Along with the rodent problem, the goods lift was out of commission, forcing staff members to manually carry goods up to the shop floor without a risk assessment. The store also had no hot water, inadequate heating and poor housekeeping.


The store has since reopened. twitter.com/TomoCleaning


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