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Covid Security in Care Homes and Hospitals Webinars

12.08.2020, 00:07

Covid Security in Care Homes and Hospitals Webinars

AMETEK Land is hosting a series of webinars from Thursday 20 August on preventing the spread of the new coronavirus in care homes and healthcare facilities.

Healthcare facilities and care homes have been severely affected by outbreaks of COVID-19 across the world.  Protecting the safety and wellbeing of people in these facilities including patients, staff and visitors, has been a key priority for health organisations in this current pandemic. 

Individuals working in the healthcare sector and those living in care and health facilities are at a significantly higher risk of becoming infected as patients and residents are often at higher risk due to underlying conditions, limited infection control and lack of PPE.

To webinar series will answer key questions around temperature measurement systems that can be used to screening for fevers associated with coronavirus.

Drawing on 70 years of AMETEK Land’s expertise in designing products to accurately measure temperature, experts Chris Leonard, and Dr Fiona Turner, Head of Physics, will be discussing the fundamental principles of non-contact infrared temperature measurements, which provide safe, accurate measurements that conform to social distancing guidelines. 

Questions to be addressed include how temperature measurement systems can work in healthcare facilities, what different measurements systems can and cannot do, and how systems can help prevent the spread of infection. 

Register for the first 30 minute webinar on 20 August 2020 at 4.30pm BST/11:30am EDT HERE.

Questions can be submitted in advance or during the webinar itself.

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