Interpreting Technical Guidance for Endoscope Decontamination
This dedicated NHS course has been developed to give endoscopy staff a relevant and useful guide to managing and understanding decontamination. If you would benefit from the opportunity to refresh your knowledge of what the guidelines are, what they mean in practice and how they should influence your decision making then this is the event for you.
If you are unsure of the reasons why your TVC is coming back non-complaint or wish you had a better understanding of how to deal with mycobacterium in your water supply, then this interactive forum will enhance your understanding and help you to end unnecessary shut downs and infections in your endoscopy service. Come together to learn strategies to:
- Benchmark with other NHS services and discover how they respond to alerts and challenges
- Stay up to date with the guidelines, implementing changes clearly and effectively
- Achieve value with a better understanding of repairs and delivering cost-effective change
- Clearly define standards when it comes to signing off on water counts
- Share knowledge amongst a group of supportive like-minded professionals
Previously described as “Very informative and enlightening on what we should be doing!” this unique workshop will illuminate the grey areas for endoscopy decontamination and answer your questions on resolving recurring issues and procedures to follow after non-compliant test results. Take one day out and inform your approach to the technical side of decontamination guidance:
- Standards, management definition and top 10 tips: clarification for the HTM 01-06 guidance
- Examples of initiating events and circumstances: how to decide what raised water counts are acceptable
- Exploring repeatedly raised TVCs and mycobacterium
- Understanding infection incidents and how guidance and legislation helps
This specialised endoscopy decontamination course will provide a useful guide to standards, challenges and technical procedures. Past attendees include:
- Endoscopy Technicians
- Sterile Services Manager & Deputy Manager HSSD
- Decontamination Manager & Endoscopy Decontamination Supervisor
- Clinical Support Worker & Senior Clinical Support Worker
- Endoscopy Sister & Staff Nurse
- Director of Decontamination Services
- Medical Engineering Manager
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View further details and find out how to buy the documentation for Interpreting Technical Guidance for Endoscope Decontamination 2018
A practical guide to water quality, risk assessment and meeting standards for endoscopy professionals
|9.20||Registration and refreshments|
|9.50||Opening remarks and attendee introductions|
|10.10||Clarification for the HTM 01-06 guidance |
What does this mean to staff working with endoscopy decontamination?
Terminology within the HTM’s
What are Essential Quality Requirements? What is Best Practice?
Standards, management definition and top 10 tips
|11.20||Raised water counts and risk assessments: what standard might you use? |
Examples of initiating events and circumstances: how to decide what counts are acceptable
Who gets the water results? Who takes responsibility? And what happens to the water results?
How is the information disseminated? Measured response and an example of SOP
Examples of initiating events and circumstances: how to decide what counts are acceptable
|1.30||Repeatedly raised TVCs and mycobacterium|
High TVCs in machine and high TVCs in RO or your RO is clear but your machine has raised TVCs
Understanding the gap between the RO and machine
Biofilm: who to work with and contingency plans when it all goes wrong
Testing for mycobacterium with a level of 0: what needs to happen and who you will need
|2.50||Minimising infection outbreaks: how we have improved|
Understanding infection incidents and an insight into MHRA alerts
How guidance and legislation helps: JAG recommendations, HTM 01-06 and ISO 15883:4
Why have an endoscopy decontamination Technician? Training for Technicians
|3.50||Recap of objectives and understanding|
|4.00||Close of day|
Helen Campbell from the Institute of Decontamination Science has been described as “An excellent speaker – very knowledgeable”, “Really good and approachable” and “A font of knowledge and experience”.
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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