Communication officer Katarina Ryckenberg and project manager Lena Stig will attend the annual members meeting in Berlin the 4-5th of May. A meeting to share result, network and hopefully initiate some after Life+ activities. The agenda
You will find the LCA report by Miljögiraff here. A critical review of the LCA has been performed by Extracon AB.
The project has together with HCWH Europe been working for a ban of EDC’s and CMR’s in medical devices for several years. Read the press release from the European Commission here.
The webinar is free of charge and will present final result including the pre-audit for CE-labelling and the life cycle assessment. While you wait for registration details you could read the latest newsletter. Newsletter Nr1 2017
Alice Ravizzas abstract regarding “Human factors engineering and user friendly design in the PVCfreebloodbag project” was accepted in the Italian Biomedical Engineering summit. She will represent and present the project at the national congress in Genua. XVII Convegno Nazionale AIIC Genova- Italy 6-8 April The poster is in Italian but the headline in English is: […]
Today the project manager is visiting Haemotronic together with Christian Vendramin and Tomaso Villa from the notified body Italcert s.r.l. Alice Ravizza, who prepared the technical file, is our host.
The project is prolonged to the 30th of June 2017.
At the premier of Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare three actors, in three different categories, will be awarded for showing – via their sustainability work – that it is possible to make a difference. PVCfreeBloodBag is nominated in the category Innovation within Sustainable Healthcare. Read more (in swedish)
Project manager Lena Stig will be one of the speakers at the Nordic Conference on Sustainable Healthcare the 15th of February in Stockholm. Among the other speakers are Anja Leetz from HCWH, Rachel Billod-Mulalic from C2DS and several members of NCSH. All from cooperating organisations sharing the same objective to phase out harmful chemicals from […]
The second round of user tests has started in Trollhättan, Jönköping, Östersund and Uppsala. 125 sets of bags are tested at each hospital. Green water is used to simulate the handling of the bags instead of blood. You will find a short video demonstration of the user tests here.