As a specialist provider of mobile medical units, EMS Healthcare prides itself on providing innovative solutions that address some of the healthcare sector’s most pressing challenges.

Working closely with healthcare providers, EMS Healthcare has developed the UK’s first fleet of mobile endoscope decontamination units – a groundbreaking innovation for the endoscopy market that is saving hospitals considerable time and money.

In another first for the market, EMS Healthcare has partnered with reprocessing equipment provider, Cantel (UK) Ltd and RO plant provider, Veolia Water Technologies, to provide a one-stop solution for endoscope reprocessing needs.

The unit enables hospitals to continue endoscope reprocessing services without disruption, creating efficiencies either when in-house decontamination is running at full capacity, department refurbishments are required, or equipment has reached the end of its eight- to-ten year lifecycle.

They Said: Keith Austin, CEO of EMS Healthcare, said: “The response from healthcare providers since launching our first Quest+ Decontamination unit has been phenomenal.

“It is a great honour to gain recognition for this innovative solution. Its development was the result of working closely with healthcare providers to ensure it responded directly to their needs – a crucial approach if we are to truly make a difference to healthcare facilities in the UK.”

“A great asset for any hospital to be able to utilise. A brilliant self- contained department, equipped with first class, state of the art machinery.”



StepJockey is a workplace wellness company that has been transforming corporate wellness through a range of powerful building health and occupant activity programmes. As companies face unprecedented levels of employee sedentary behaviour, StepJockey is stepping up to fight the problem and start a revolution in building wellness.

An innovative, yet simple solution to a problem that affects every company in the world. StepJockey combines behavioural economics ‘nudge theory’, smart signage, a mobile application, and most importantly the existing staircases in buildings. In a nutshell, psychological insight and exciting innovative technology synergise to combat a growing health epidemic.

The StepJockey solution has become increasingly relevant for the facilities industry. The important role that buildings play in public health is now acknowledged by both the property and health industries. This shift is reflected by healthy building accreditations such as WELL, Fitwel, LEED and BREEAM that are increasingly sought after by landlords, asset and building managers across the world to differentiate their portfolios. They Said:

Zarir Vakil, CEO of StepJockey, said: “Thank you to everyone who voted for StepJockey, and it is a real honour to have been voted as one of the UK’s top 3 facilities management service providers in 2019. StepJockey has been working closely with the facilities management sector over the past couple of years and it is fantastic to see the work we are doing validated with this award.

“There is an increasing focus on wellness initiatives amongst facilities managers and StepJockey is really excited to be at the forefront of this trend. By working with landlords, building managers and tenants we can, together, start to transform workplace health in a sustainable way.”

“Really imaginative (and

inexpensive) use of existing structures to benefit users’ health and well-being. Highly recommended.”


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