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    Hello Infection Prevention People

    Does anyone have any experience reviewing portable handwashing sinks for use in healthcare please?

    In particular, have you:

    * Approved any
    * Approved with risk mitigations
    * Recommended restrictions on areas for use
    * Have a work instruction for cleaning and disinfection you are willing to share
    * Recommended them to be put on your organisation’s Legionella monitoring plan?

    Responses may need to include manufacturer’s branding, so if you’d like to email me back directly (if you have time), please feel free to do so via the email address below.

    With thanks

    Deb Rhodes
    The Royal Women’s Hospital | Locked Bag 300 | Cnr Grattan St & Flemington Rd, Parkville VIC 3052
    Days working: Mon-Fri | Pager: #52791
    Direct P: +61 3 83452794
    Unit P: +61 3 83452791
    Deb.Rhodes@thewomens.org.au | http://www.thewomens.org.au

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