Is DAS 2024 already in your calendar? If you are a decontamination manager or lead, or part of the sterile services team then this is an event not to be missed.
Taking place on 6th February at the National Conference Centre in Birmingham, this transformative conference aims to shape the future of decontamination and sterilisation.
DAS 2024 Speakers and Workshops
Hosting a range of speakers including Trevor Garcia, Chairman of the Institute of Decontamination Sciences, and Sharon Fox, Head of Decontamination at University Hospital Birmingham NHS, talks will cover a range of topics from developing an effective staff competency framework to best practise for patient safety.
There will also be 15 workshops throughout the day, exploring topics including:
- the role of the decontamination lead,
- innovations in ultrasound decontamination,
- advanced endoscope decontamination, and
- the role of surface disinfection.
Other benefits for Decontamination Professionals
As a delegate, you can access a host of other benefits:
- earn 7+ hours of CPD Accredited Points for your Annual Assessments,
- interact with leaders in decontamination and sterilisation,
- connect with professionals and stakeholders in the field, and
- shape practices in decontamination and sterilisation.
Interested in best practice and products?
Come and see us on stand B12 to find out why decontamination and CSSU managers across the UK specify our products and services.
- Stille Surgical Instruments
Come and handle our range of Stille surgical instruments, which are warrantied for 30 years.
You’ll be able to see how these instruments have been carefully designed to optimise longevity through ease of cleaning and maintenance. That’s why they offer exceptional precision, strength and durability despite decades of use.
Covering a wide range of specialisms from general and orthopaedic surgery to cardiothoracic, plastic surgery and more, they can be the stalwarts of your instrument sets for years to come.
To find out more about our Stille surgical instruments click here.
- COSHH Monitoring for Endoscopy
Our workplace exposure monitoring helps endoscopy departments to achieve and maintain their annual JAG accreditation.
This provides important evidence that an NHS or independent UK endoscopy service is competent to deliver against the criteria set out in the JAG standards and fulfil IHEEM annual AE(D) audit part 9.6.
Our monitoring of endoscope decontamination rooms is carried out to assess staff exposure to peracetic and acetic acid.
It enables our customers to demonstrate that their control measures are keeping any exposure within required limits, as stated in regulation 10 of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 2002 Regulations (COSHH).
To find out about our monitoring service for endoscope decontamination rooms click here.
Want to attend the Decontamination and Sterilisation Conference 2024?
To find out more about the DAS 2024 speakers, agenda and how to register just click here now.
We look forward to seeing you at the conference!