Entreprise Prémont unveils a revolutionary mask specially designed for people with hearing loss and their family and professional circle
LOUISEVILLE, QC, Dec. 7, 2020
LOUISEVILLE, QC, Dec. 7, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ - Entreprise Prémont invites you to a press conference to unveil a revolutionary mask, specially designed for people with hearing loss and their family and professional circle. Entreprise Prémont's Research and Development team has succeeded in developing a safe and ergonomic product on the technological cutting edge, in compliance with Health Canada requirements.
Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 10 a.m.
Zoom link : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83714846201
You can also connect by phone: 438 809-7799
Webinar number: 837 1484 6201
Instructions: *9 to request the opportunity to speak; *6 to activate your microphone
For this occasion, Luc Girard, Entreprise Prémont Partner, will be accompanied by Dany Charest, General Manager of TechniTextile Québec, the Cluster of excellence in technical textile materials, and Jeanne Choquette, President of Audition Québec.
Media interested in visiting the Entreprise Prémont plant in Louiseville after the press conference should call Sébastien Langevin in advance at 819-228-9461, extension 3919. High-resolution photos will be available on request.
About Entreprise Prémont
Entreprise Prémont launched the production of masks in April 2020, in response to the shortage of medical personal protective equipment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The plant, located in Louiseville, almost exclusively manufactures single-use surgical and procedure masks ranging from protection levels 1 to 3. Sold under the Humask trademark, these masks are compliant with Health Canada.
About Audition Québec
Audition Québec is a non-profit organization serving adults who have hearing loss or who have become deaf and their family and professional circle. Its mission is to promote the autonomy and integration of people with hearing problems in Québec.
About TechniTextile Québec
TechniTextile Québec, a cluster of excellence created in 2017, brings together all the industrial, technical, scientific and government stakeholders involved in the value chain of technical textile materials In Québec. The hub, an initiative of the ACCORD approach of the Ministry of Economy and Innovation (MEI), seeks to promote the industry's sustainable development.
SOURCE Entreprise Prémont
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