This publication contains guidance on the standards and principles applicable to all health technical memoranda in this series in relation to the management of engineering and technical service provision in the NHS and other healthcare facilities. It seeks to ensure that everyone concerned with the management, design, procurement and use of the healthcare facility understands the requirements of the specialist, critical building and engineering technology involved, in order to provide effective and reliable systems and a safe and caring environment for patient care. It is divided into nine chapters and topics covered include: an overview of the Health technical memoranda (HTM) series; statutory and legislative requirements; appropriate professional and technical support; operational policies; emergency preparedness; staff training; design and access availability.Best Practice Guidance for Healthcare Engineering Great Britain. ... Sockets. etc. (Safety). Regulations. 1994. I hese regulations require domestic plugs in the UK to be independently certificated as complying with BS 1 363. Domesticanbsp;...
|Title||:||Policies and Principles|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Department of Health. Estates and Facilities Division|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2006-01-01|