Water Microbiology – Current & Emerging Issues In Healthcare
ALS Environmental are delighted to announce that we will be one of the Gold Sponsors of The International Biodeterioration Biodegradation Society (IBBS) event; in conjunction with Public Health England (PHE). The focus of the two-day event will be “Current and Emerging issues in Healthcare“ in terms of Water Microbiology and will be held at the University of Winchester on September 7th and 8th
The main speakers at the IBBS event will be prominent microbiologists concerned with the use of water in healthcare, analytical scientists specialising in microbial testing and disinfection specialists involved in water supply and microbial control. With a particular focus on healthcare topics ALS Environmental recently published a technical datasheet on theESKAPES pathogens as well as producing a peer reviewed paper on the potential impacts of these bacteria in healthcare settings.
The IBBS conference will give industry experts the opportunity to discuss revolutionary approaches to the issues impacting Water Microbiology in Healthcare settings. Amongst the items ALS Environmental are able to assist with include:
- UKAS & DWTS accredited rapid confirmations
- Full speciation of Microbiological results using our MALDI-ToF
- 56 Legionella species in our database
- ESKAPE pathogen speciation
- HTM04-01 compliant Pseudomonas aeruginosa analysis
- Legionella PCR analysis
Nick Barsby, ALS Environmental’s Sales & Marketing Manager who will be attending the event, comments:
The IBBS event will be a gathering of industry leaders to discuss some of the critical matters affecting water systems in healthcare establishments in the UK.
By offering our accredited rapid confirmation techniques, PCR analysis and an ever expanding microbiological library from our MALDI-ToF; we hope to gain a valuable insight into the problems of tomorrow so we can work on the analytical solutions for the Water Treatment industry.
If you would like more information on our MALDI-ToF, PCR analysis, HTM04-01 compliant Pseudomonas aeruginosa testing or ESKAPES pathogens then please liaise with your Customer Service Co-Ordinator or request a quotation. If you would like to speak to the team please call us on 02476 42 12 13 and your call will be dealt with appropriately.