Today Majac Healthcare has released a series of complementary Infection Control Learning Cards to the public. The cards are designed to educated and inform healthcare professionals on the important elements of Infection Control in a interesting and fun way.
Director James Keogh explains their importance, “Education and Science is the backbone to the way we do business, so we are always looking at new ways we can engage our customers with information.”. There are 12 cards that can be collected ranging from topics such as “Whats the difference between Viruses and Bacteria?” to “Detergents Vs Disinfectants”.
The 12 Learning Cards can be downloaded and shared amongst your Clinic here:
Infection Control – Best Practice
Majac is proud to be a guest lecturer at The APA’s Infection Control Workshop held in Brisbane on the 5th August. The Conference will cover a range of topics including best-practice principles for cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilization. For more information, please visit: APA Infection Control Workshop.
Majac Healthcare has successfully launched its new web site today, the culmination of 6 months development. Amongst other features, the new web site has improved navigation, quick product search capability and an expanded learning centre portal. Company Director James Keogh has applauded the upgrade, “We are very happy to finally present a new and improved experience for our customers and prospects. We are all about support, guidance and making things simple… our new web site delivers on this.”. One key strength is that the new site has an expanded library of multimedia designed to educate customers on a range of subjects, including best-practice in Infection Control.
Majac is very pleased to launch its new brand logo – Majac Healthcare Innovation. The new device combines some of the themes from the original identity which has been in market for approximately 15 years. Company Director James Keogh explains, “The market and our business is evolving rapidly, we are excited about this and knew it was time to introduce a fresh look for our brand. We always have, and always will be 100% focused on innovation for our customers, so we wanted something that communicated that in a contemporary way”. The new logo has layers of symbolism integrated into its design based on medical and healthcare advancement, biology, growth and progress. A key part of its design is that there is a star as a central focal point. “The star traditionally has been a powerful symbol of aspiration, and in a functional sense, of guidance and navigation”, Mr Keogh notes, “Its what we are about as an organisation, helping our customers strive to be the very best they can be by providing support and guidance with the provision of world-class products and services”.
Today Majac announces the appointment of their new NSW and ACT State Manager. Majac welcomes Mr John Di Varo to the team. John brings over 10 years working in the healthcare field assisting and servicing a range of clients. Amongst other distinguished qualifications John has completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and a Doctor of Philosophy (Molecular Biology) from Sydney University. James Keogh, Company Director of Majac has welcomed Mr Di Varo to the team, “John brings a great deal of experience and scientific knowledge to the team. This will be invaluable in how we service and support our customers.”.
Today Majac Healthcare announces its Gold Sponsorship of the 12th Annual National Dental Assistants Professional Association Conference. This year it’s is being held in Sydney on the 16th September at the world-class Sydney International Conference Centre at Darling Harbour. Managing Director of Majac Healthcare Michael Keogh has lent his support, “We love this conference, and wanted to be the principle sponsor this year. We have been involved with these incredible conferences for many years and wanted to show our encouragement and support for this important event. We will be there, so come and visit us.”