Air Filtration: How to Have Your Cake and Eat It!
- Chris Hews Camfil
Explain the Correlation between the HTM 05-02 and UK Approved Document B.
• Highlight the recent changes in the regulations and how to ensure compliance with the UK Building Regulations.
• Key points to look for when scrutinising a Fire Certificate for Wallcovering or Vinyl Graphics.
1) Relevant fire safety and smoke control products and their history
2) Smoke control requirements.
3) Look at the HTM documents in the light of the above
4) Consider responsibilities and some suggestions for design.
How accurate is your waste recording and reporting? The use of technology to improve the way in which waste is recorded and reported can make waste management easier and allow for full transparency and greater governance on your waste reporting requirements. This session will cover what is ‘different’ about the Curo approach, how simple changes can have a significant impact and what benefits the innovative approach can bring to your organisation.
Reflecting changes in harmonised European standards, the UK code of practice for the installation of emergency lighting BS5266 Part 1 is to be updated at the end of 2023.
As a result, some changes and additions to requirements set out in the current 2016 version of the code of practice will be introduced.
This presentation will examine in detail those requirements, discussing how they can be achieved and compliance with the new version of the BS5266 Pt. 1 assured.
The presentation will also refer to the registration of competence for those working in all areas of emergency lighting in accordance with the requirements of the Building Safety legislation.
During this presentation, you will receive practical guidance that will help you to cut costs and maximise resource:
• Knowing when to outsource work to save man-hours and mitigate risk
• How to maximise the utility of your internal resource
• Optimise your planned preventative maintenance according your unique situation to save both money and carbon
• Be clear on healthcare estates responsibilities to ensure compliance to fire safety regulations
• Understand that there are new standards requiring digital compliance
• Understand available options to help you achieve strong compliance for your estates
Lessons learnt from world leading study into air distinction (AAirDS) conducted at Cambridge University Hospitals and East London Foundation Trust
Context and importance of cleaner environments from a clinical prospective
How you can meet the needs of quality improvement while saving significant costs
Steps needed for successful implementation and expectations
1. Differences between different forms of isolation rooms
2. Consequences of getting isolation wrong
3. Commissioning pitfalls
Balancing the provision of clean air into the critical Healthcare environment with an ever increasing need to save energy and move towards net carbon zero, this presentation will explore how it is possible to achieve the highest levels of filtration to protect human health whilst reducing energy consumption to help towards your net carbon zero goals
This CPD explores the current UK standards landscape that applies to Cable Management Systems which don't currently require any fire testing and offers an alternative standard as a solution to those looking for reassurance that their installations meet the requirements of both BS7671:2019 and BS8519:2020.
This presentation gives an overview and summary to specifiers and installers of lighting control equipment for hospitals. The seminar considers types and methods of control, including a look at technical guidance and industry drivers. Monitoring and maintenance are also considered along with relevant Regulations and Standards.
Waste costs are on the rise again and doing the same things and expecting different outcomes will never improve our overall situation. The vision is to make waste work for trusts to bring to life the circular economy and possibilities for making waste work to generate income and reduce the amount organisations burn or bury. The session will cover the innovative processes employed, how organisations can collaborate and innovate solutions for them and how this can all save money and carbon impact.
Tarkett are a worldwide leader in flooring solutions; including Healthcare where we are one of the largest suppliers in the world.
Our investment into the product performance and Sustainability speaks for themselves.
With a clear focus on Sustainability and pioneers of the Circular Economy we (Tarkett) aim to bring an understanding and merger of 2 key areas in the NHS and material selection: impact on the environment, Lifecyle and Maintenance.
Sustainability and the Circular Economy have almost become daily phrases in everyday life - certainly within the built environment and refurbishment schemes – we aim to provide knowledge and case study examples of how this can be brought to life.
Lifecyle and Maintenance are imperative when selecting products and has a direct correlation with Sustainability. Afterall, if we don’t need to replace or can extend a product or service with minimum effort that our impact on the environment and of course budgets are considered.
Even when we do need to replace the initial investment of the original product has a significant impact; again we will draw on our experiences to provide successful insights into this area.
Understand correlation between Lifecycle and Sustainability
Understanding of the importance of Eco-Design and Circular solutions
Understanding of Lifecyle analysis
Manual reporting processes can tie up hundreds of hours of resource; teams must not only collect data from different sources and spreadsheets but also check accuracy, reformat data points for consistency, then create combined reports. This not only uses up precious resource hours but increases the risk of human error creeping in at every stage.
With all the information you need to report on facilities, energy, waste and space management integrated into a single source of truth, you can provide over 80% of the data points required for your ERIC submission in just a few clicks.
1. The Difference Between Operational & Strategic Data – Is there one?
2. Current Reporting Methodologies
3. Industry Tools Used
A technical paper that clarifies and untangles the performance requirements for acoustic and hygienic ceilings for UK healthcare premises, referencing relevant standards, regulations, and guidance.
Offers a detailed assessment of the resilience of ceilings to hygiene and cleaning whilst simultaneously achieving good acoustic absorption, and pleasing design; further considerations discussed include acoustic privacy, fire safety, particle emissions, pressurised spaces, humidity resistance, sustainability and light reflectance.
A further chapter looks at the varying performance and design requirements relevant to each specific room or space within healthcare environments, whilst also demonstrating good ceilings design to enhance the experience of room occupants, whether staff, patients, or visitors