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IHEEM - Water Quality: The Invisible Threat!

Venue: Leeds

IHEEM water quality seminars – 17 July 2012 (LEEDS) and 19 July 2012 (LONDON) [h5] Special offer for HefmA Members - save 10% on the IHEEM non-member rate [/h5] Two new speakers confirmed for IHEEM Water Quality Seminars – “The Invisible Threat”.Dr Nick Hill – Technical Director, the Water Hygiene Centre and Clare Reynolds – Laboratory Manager (Water Testing), Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust will join David Harper, who is one of the leading experts in the field of Legionella, water borne contamination prevention and emergency response to speak at the IHEEM water quality seminars in July. Nick is the chairman of the newly established IHEEM Water Technical Platform.These water quality seminars will incorporate Legionella and water borne diseases, and with the assistance of leading experts in the field, it will explore water hygiene issues, competing and antagonistic risks such as scalding and environmental impact and various other water management and impact reduction issues. More details soon.Following on from the successful decontamination of medical instruments seminar “Dirty Little Secrets” on 9 February 2012, IHEEM would like to thank three organisations for participating in the new CASP (Company Affiliate Support Package) initiative.  They were:•    Environmental Water Systems (UK) Ltd•    Medical Equipment Supplies Ltd•    Belimed LtdPlease let IHEEM know what topics or issues you would like to see addressed at their future seminars or if you would like to offer your knowledge or skills to support one of their events (and also to find out more about CASP and other sponsorship opportunities).For up-to-date information about all IHEEM’s events please contact: Siân Barker – the IHEEM Events & Education Manager – on 02392 823186, [email protected] or for more details go to