BOC Healthcare

Stand: A35

Company Profile

BOC HEALTHCARE – PROVIDING A COMPREHENSIVE GAS FACILITIES AND RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICE

 

BOC Healthcare is committed to the safe supply and distribution of medical gases. The company’s end-to-end service gives hospitals and healthcare professionals everything they need to establish and manage their medical gas pipeline system (MGPS) in line with HTM 02-01, all delivered by a trusted and experienced team with a global reputation for excellence.

 

The comprehensive service includes:

 

Gas Facilities Management

The team from BOC Healthcare can negotiate and manage every stage of a new medical gas facility, reducing risk and streamlining the entire process. Liaising closely with the AP throughout, they will design and install a bespoke solution, supported by As-fitted plan drawings and everything needed to maintain an accurate and safe overall view of the MGPS.

 

Vocational and Engineering Training Courses

As a BTEC-accredited training centre, BOC Healthcare delivers effective medical gas training courses that educate and empower staff to manage the MGPS safely. Courses can be delivered on site, at BOC premises, or via the e-learning portal, to ensure maximum accessibility.

 

Consultancy

BOC Healthcare’s consultancy provides a risk management service designed to help hospitals provide the highest levels of patient safety. A complete array of services from audit and risk assessments to the provision of an AP (MGPS) addresses all gas installation needs, leaving hospitals free to concentrate on patient care.

 

For more information on BOC Healthcare’s medical engineering services and to pick up a complimentary wall planner, visit the team on Stand A35 at Healthcare Estates 2017.   You could also e mail training@boc.com or phone the team on 0845 850 1892 or visit www.bocmes.co.uk

 

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