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QI Risk is the service created for evaluating medical gas systems, in accordance with national and international standards, best practice and regulations of each country.
This study is based on safety, quality of medical gas (medicine), risk management and compliance with applicable standards.
An audit is carried out to indicate any breach and determine potential risk and defects Linde Healthcare applies the methodology of risk analysis using our own database to ensure coherence.
Identifying the risks is not enough. They have to be documented, prioritised and incorporated in a hospital risk register.
An important application of this service is extracted from the international and national standards (UNE-EN ISO 7396-1). These require create a clear operational policy in each hospital to guarantee the delivery of pharmaceutical quality medical gas to the patients.
Other objectives that may be obtained are:
Implementation of contingency plans.
Update of as-built drawings of the distribution network.
Improvements in the storage and supply system.
Provide a qualified, impartial and pragmatic view, using our experience in the supply of gases for more than one hundred years.
Identify the priorities and propose corrective actions. Amongst them, the establishment of operational procedures and the inclusion of the supply system of medical gases in the centre's emergency and contingency plans.
Certify that the management of the gases in the centre complies with the current legislation and regulations.
The detection of new needs that improve the management of the medical gas supply system: from continuous training to the improvement of the requirements for purchasing materials to the dosing.