OPHARDT hygiene partners with renowned agency to offer hand hygiene course.
What requirements do hand care dispensers in hospitals need to fulfil? How often do dispenser systems need to be checked and maintained? Answers to these and other questions concerning hygiene dispensers are now covered in the first TÜV-certified dispensing expert course.
OPHARDT hygiene will begin to train those working in hand-hygiene relevant sectors by the end of 2018. The course, recognised by TÜV-Rheinland, is aimed at employees from marketing, sales and product management departments within the hygiene sector as well as those responsible for hygiene in medical and public facilities.
The TÜV-Certificate – Specialist for Hygiene Dispensers – is valid indefinitely and allows the holder to provide specialist information and advice on all questions surrounding hygiene dispenser systems.
Training centre offers unique environment
The two-day course will be held in the Compliance Campus – centre for hand hygiene – in Issum. Following an introduction on the importance and history of hand hygiene, the course will focus on the characteristics of hand hygiene dispenser systems, taking current regulations and recommendations into consideration.
The course ends on the second day after a written examination with a TÜV-Rheinland examiner. After successful completion of the course and exam, a TÜV Certificate is issued.
The state-of-the-art Compliance Campus offers the perfect setting for the course: The Mini-Hospital, modelled closely on advanced medical facilities, allows dispenser systems to be tested and presented in a real-world situation.
Kick-off in December 2018
The first course, offered in German, is planned for the 3rd and 4th of December – with spots quickly filling up. Those seeking more information can contact OPHARDT via email@example.com .