This course has been developed to provide the necessary information to understand the duties & responsibilities of the nominated Competent Person (HTM 03-01). The course will provide awareness of the different types of ventilation and air-conditioning systems, their component parts and typical layout that conform to healthcare applications. The course will identify the inspection, operation and maintenance activities required and are carried out safely without hazard to staff, patients or members of the public. Those required to inspect, verify or maintain ventilation equipment will need to show competence. You should have sufficient knowledge of correct operation and be able to recognise faults.
Who is this course for?
This course has been developed for operations managers technical staff and consultants who require an understanding of how to operate and maintain specialised ventilation systems in healthcare premises.
- Types and purposes of ventilation systems with NHS
- Statutory comfort standards requirements and sources of Department of Health and Industry guidance
- Identifying the role of smoke and fire dampers, their maintenance and inspection requirements
- Identifying the essential components of an air conditioning system
- Identifying appropriate filter grades required for NHS ventilation system
- Humidification and de-humidification, explain its use with the NHS
- What precautions should be in a place in NHS cantillation and air condition system to control Legionella
- Describe the function of control systems within ventilation systems
- Inspection and verification of critical ventilation system. Plus, practical application
- instruments used to collate information from the ventilation systems, and their practical use
- Safe system of Work and the NHS risk assessment process model
York, Slough, Livingston and On-site
This course is run over 3 days.
Everything you require for this course is provided