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- Medical gases
- Hospital equipment
- Homecare equipment
- Products and services by medical speciality
- Products and services by care area
This is a three hour training course which includes tuition, course notes, practical demonstration and assessment. Courses can be organised for delivery at customers’ premises. Upon completion delegates receive a certificate of attendance.
Course programme and learning outcomes:
This course will enable delegates to help reduce accidents and incidents by:
Distinguishing between “normal” and “fault” medical gas alarm indications
Dealing with damage to terminal units and serious gas leaks
Using an Area Valve Service Unit (AVSU) for emergency isolation of a medical gas supply
Reacting correctly in the event of fire
Reacting correctly in the event of total electricity supply failure
Reacting correctly in the event of total or partial gas supply failure
Identifying a contaminated gas supply
Planning effective remedial actions to deal with shutdown or failure of medical gas systems in order to maintain patient safety
Permitting isolation of a medical gas system in accordance with the MGPS permit-to-work system
Accepting an MGPS back into service following maintenance, repair or modification by correct use of the MGPS permit-to-work system
Using and effectively maintaining an active Analgesic Gas Scavenging System (AGSS) in an operating environment
Identifying fault conditions on an active AGSS and taking appropriate remedial action to ensure operating staff and patient safety.
* The maximum number of delegates this course is fifteen.