Halyard Health 2017 Smart-Fold Wrap Race Kicks Off


Think you can out-wrap just about anybody? Enter the 2017 Wrap Race to find out. Halyard Health, a global medical technology company focused on preventing infection, eliminating pain and speeding recovery, kicks off the fourth annual SMART-FOLD* Wrap Race.

Halyard invites you to put your 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 Central Services (CS) professionals using SMART-FOLD* Sterilization Wrap, Halyard’s 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 you make to the delivery of safe, high-quality patient care through cleaning, decontaminating, sterilizing and distributing medical and surgical instrumentation. Come show your peers how it’s done.

CS professionals should work with their Halyard representative to submit a video entry of their fastest wrap time now through Feb. 1, 2017. Round two qualifiers are announced and work with their Halyard Representative to submit a second videotape of their fastest SMART-FOLD* wrapping time.  Halyard representatives submit video entries Feb. 8 through March 8, 2017. Four Wrap Race finalists are announced on March 22, 2017 and invited to IAHCSMM to compete head-to-head in the final round at the conference, held May 7-10, 2017 in Nashville, Tenn.

For additional information visit http://www.halyardhealth.com/wraprace.aspx/.

Source: Halyard Health, Inc.

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