Halyard Health 2016 SMART-FOLD Wrap Race Begins

Do you consider yourself one of the best instrument tray wrappers in the nation? Now is your chance to prove it. Halyard Health, a global medical technology company focused on preventing infection and speeding recovery, kicks off the third annual SMART-FOLD* Wrap Race.

Halyard invites sterile processing and central service professionals to put their wrapping skills to the test. The SMART-FOLD* Wrap Race is a fun and fast-paced competition designed to test the wrapping skills and speed of CS professionals using SMART-FOLD* Sterilization Wrap, an innovative sterilization packaging designed with the toughest tasks in mind and engineered to protect heavy trays and loaner sets from tears and cuts in handling.

Halyard recognizes the vital contributions that SPD/CS professionals make to the delivery of safe, high-quality patient care through cleaning, decontaminating, sterilizing and distributing medical and surgical instrumentation.

Practice and perfect your SMART-FOLD* tray wrapping skills and have your Halyard Health representative record a video of your fastest wrap time. If your time qualifies, you may be heading to the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management (IAHCSMM) 2016 Annual Conference & Expo in San Antonio, Texas for the Wrap Race Championship.

Halyard representatives will submit video entries now through Feb. 1, 2016. Round two qualifiers will be announced and Halyard representatives will submit video entries from Feb. 8 through March 7, 2016. Four Wrap Race finalists will be announced and invited to IAHCSMM to compete head-to-head in the final round April 24-27, 2016.

SPD/CS professionals interested in competing in the SMART-FOLD* Wrap Race should contact their Halyard Health representative today through Feb. 1, 2016.  For additional information visit http://www.halyardhealth.com/wraprace.aspx/.

Source: Halyard Health

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