How COVID-19 is defining the rise and need to digitally transform tradition WHS practices.
How have cleaning procedures changed and what will they look like in the 'new normal' of the post-COVID-19 world?
Investing in a temperature-monitoring system will take the risk out of uncertainty and provide kitchen operations with the confidence and assurance needed to manage food safety compliance and risk.
Since January, guidance for safe and high-quality health care during the pandemic has been rapidly developed by a range of organisations.
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reveals that hospital admissions rose by an average 3.3% per year between 2014–15 and 2018–19.
Infectious Clothing Company supplies scrubs and corporate uniforms to the medical and healthcare industry, catering to individuals, small practices and entire hospital teams.
The Electrical Leakage Tester is designed to test the electrical safety of all types of diagnostic ultrasound transducers.
The range is manufactured from high-quality materials under strict quality-control conditions, individually tested to EN 1822 and ISO 29463 standards.
Workforce management tools have helped organisations make decisions about the future and respond to uncertainty with flexibility.
All too familiar food safety problems persist at unacceptably high rates.
A reliable medical-grade air supply is essential for ventilator function, anaesthesia and general patient care across the healthcare system.
Leadership has been a critical factor in Australia's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Victorian doctor's registration has been cancelled until 2025 following findings of sexual misconduct and inappropriately prescribing drugs of dependence.
This is an excerpt from a published technical article titled 'Design Considerations for Hospital Class N isolation Rooms'.
More than 180 health professionals and health groups have signed an open letter warning that Australia must strengthen its weak environment laws to protect human health.