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January 19, 2021
Dr. Brill recommends: Hytrain training set
Patented process developed for hygiene training: Making germs, transmission paths and disinfection visible, thereby improving hygiene compliance. Germs are invisible...Unknowingly, this can create a deceptive feeling of security. After all, the transmission of microorganisms from one surface to the next happens in secret. But it is precisely this mechanism that must be consciously demonstrated in hygiene training courses, so that correct behavior can then be anchored and successfully transferred into practice. A white surface - the trainer takes a colorless spray and sprays it on the surface: blue dots gradually appear in front of the participants' eyes - astonishment and questioning looks... are these the germs that are on the surface? Now the leader uses the blue "germs" to illustrate transmission paths: from a surface via gloved hands to the sterile packaging of a venous catheter and on to the arm of a patient manikin. After appropriate explanations, the next "aha effect" follows. The success of disinfection becomes visible: Another colorless solution - applicable as a spray or cloth soaking solution - makes the blue "germs" disappear again before the eyes of the participants. However, this is only possible if the correct technique is used and the surfaces are sufficiently wetted. Neither UV light nor a darkened room are necessary: The deceptively real simulation takes place in daylight and in front of a large audience. This is made possible by the HyTrain® training set - a new and patented training system.  Depending on the field of activity, many practical processes can be simulated with the HyTrain® training set: specifically for doctors, nurses and cleaning staff. The visual power of the demonstration makes any language barriers of the participants less important. Even the effectiveness of hand disinfection can be demonstrated on gloved hands. The HyTrain® training set was recently patented. Further information: ©HyTrain GmbH    
November 17, 2020
Virtueller Biofouling Workshop - Aktuelle Branchenentwicklung
Am 24.11.2020 von 10:00 – 12:00 Uhr findet der "Virtuelle Biofouling Workshop" statt. Eine gute Möglichkeit, um die aktuellen Entwicklungen und Innovationen zum Thema Biofouling aus verschiedenen Perspektiven zu betrachten und zu diskutieren. Als Sprecher ist unter anderem Bernd Daehne aus unserem Hause mit dem Thema: "Testmethoden zur Erprobung innovativer Antifouling-Systeme" vertreten. Bis zum 22.11.2020 können Sie sich  HIER zum Workshop anmelden.    Das Programm: 10:00 Uhr: Begrüßung Dr. Susanne Neumann, Maritimes Cluster Norddeutschland e. V. 10:05 Uhr: Vorstellung der Marktübersicht „Lösungsansätze gegen Biofouling an Schiffsrümpfen“ Dr. Rainer Henking, EurA AG Eva von Soosten, Maritimes Cluster Norddeutschland e. V. 10:20 Uhr: Anforderungen an Biofouling-Systeme aus Sicht der Anwender Jürgen Gerdes, Maritime Engineering & Solutions GmbH 10:35 Uhr: Erforschung innovativer Antifouling-Systeme am Beispiel des Projektes FoulLas: Fouling-Entfernung von maritimen Oberflächen mittels Laserstrahlung unter Wasser Dr.-Ing. Benjamin Emde, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. 10:50 Uhr: Testmethoden zur Erprobung innovativer Antifouling-Systeme Bernd Daehne, Dr. Brill + Partner GmbH 11:05 Uhr: Aktuelle Entwicklungen in regionalen, nationalen und internationalen Gremien Dr. Katja Broeg, BSH Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie 11:20 Uhr: Roadmap Biofouling – Kollaborative Wege zu praxisorientierten Lösungen Dr. Rainer Henking, EurA AG 11:35 Uhr: Fragen und Diskussion 11:55 Uhr: Zusammenfassung der Veranstaltung und Abschluss Eva von Soosten, Maritimes Cluster Norddeutschland e. V. 12:00 Uhr: Ende der Veranstaltung Im Anschluss Offener Austausch Alle Interessierten