Australian owned and operated, Sterequip is committed to providing your Health Service a compliant, cost effective reprocessing of Reusable Medical Devices to meet AS/NZS 4187 now and in the future.
Our unrelenting focus on compliance and risk mitigation is achieved with investment into state-of-the-art equipment and a highly-skilled, professional team of specialists in sterilisation and infection control.
Sterequip Reprocessing Super Centres will be compliant to AS/NZS 4187 and audited by an approved regulatory body.
We will remain a transparent and collaborative partner with Health Service Organisations, providing full tracking and audit reporting.
Sterequip is working towards having facilities servicing most major cities across Australia with dates to be confirmed post COVID-19. Melbourne facility is expected to be operational by early 2021.
Sterequip’s highly-skilled, professional team are specialists in sterilisation and infection control.
With more than 80 years’ experience operating hospitals, surgical theatres and sterilisation departments across Australia and internationally, the Sterequip team understands the challenges facing health service organisations.
We are committed to assisting health services meet the new standard in sterilisation, while also ensuring patient safety
Dr Bruce Bellinge
Since his involvement in the early days of IVF in the 1980s, reproductive biologist Bruce Bellinge has been an innovator. Bruce and his team have a long-standing commitment to outstanding outcomes in healthcare.
With significant experience in health-related research; establishing and managing hospitals; and implementing new business models in existing health service enterprises, Bruce is ideally positioned to help health service organisations meet the new standard in sterilisation while also ensuring patient safety.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Dirk has more than 20 years of experience across operations, project management and general management in the property, health, transport and events sectors.
As a specialist in operational effectiveness and efficiency, Dirk’s background includes system and process design, quality assurance, inventory management and logistics. This includes managing process flows and just-in-time inventory strategy.
He also has extensive knowledge and experience with contract management and financial agreements.
NATIONAL STERILISATION SERVICES MANAGER
Teressa has 35 years of experience as an infection control and sterilisation services specialist. She is a member of the Australian Standards AS/NZS 4187 committee.
Teressa has consulted to public and private hospital sterile services units to develop, implement and review sterilisation policies, procedures and processes.
Her extensive experience includes; sterilisation audits, standardising sterilisation practices, designing, selecting and validating sterilisation equipment, and delivering staff training and education.
Teressa is President of the Sterilising Research Advisory Councils Association Western Australian and is a member of the Federation of Sterilising Research and Advisory Councils of Australia (FSRACA).
NATIONAL PROJECTS & FACILITIES MANAGER
Robert Owen has more than 30 years’ experience in the construction industry with extensive Institutional and Healthcare project portfolios as well as experience managing large, complex multi-use development projects.
Robert led various medical solution start-up redevelopments with a special focus on Central Sterilising and Life Science Services for major health authorities across both Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
Robert’s vast understanding of health care projects spans both local and global medical groups and authorities. He is highly qualified in technical construction and engineering disciplines, holds qualifications and certifications within project and program management, senior business administration, engineering surveying, workplace health and safety, infection control and sterile surroundings to name a few.