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Infection Control System

The Common Services Agency (more commonly known as NHS National Services Scotland) | Published September 9, 2016
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Infection Control System.

Health Protection (Infection Control Service).

Leeds City Council | Published April 14, 2015
Winner
Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust
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85000000

Health Protection (Infection Control Service).

SHSCT - Trustwide ~ Infection Control Works

Health Projects | Published August 23, 2012  -  Deadline September 24, 2012
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SHSCT - Trustwide ~ Infection Control Works

9TVG-HXC1VS Health Protection (Infection Control).

Leeds City Council | Published February 25, 2015
Winner
Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust
cpvs
85000000

9TVG-HXC1VS Health Protection (Infection Control). This is a 2 year contract commencing 1.4.2015 with the option to extend for a further 2 x 12 month periods.

9TVG-HXC1VS Health Protection (Infection Control).

Leeds City Council | Published February 25, 2015
Winner
Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust
cpvs
85000000

9TVG-HXC1VS Health Protection (Infection Control). This is a 2 year contract commencing 1.4.2015 with the option to extend for a further 2 x 12 month periods.

ESCC PS - Infection Control Champions and Accreditation Programme

East Sussex County Council | Published June 25, 2016  -  Deadline July 21, 2016
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80500000, 85000000

East Sussex County Council, Hastings and Rother, Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford and High Weald Lewes Havens Clinical Commissioning Groups intend to commission a service provider to train staff that are responsible for the infection prevention and control standards within residential and domiciliary care organisations.

The aim of the Infection Control Champions and accreditation Programme is to provide a training and resource package and an accreditation opportunity for care homes, to work towards accreditation. To improve outcomes of care for residents and to reduce the number and spread of outbreaks within care homes which could lead to the temporary closure of care home beds and result in unnecessary admissions.

Participation in the programme can be used to support CQC reviews and inspections, commissioning organisations and safeguarding visits, and can provide a positive message in the marketing and promotion of the home.

There are 300 are Homes registered with the CQC in the 3 Clinical Commissioning Groups areas High Weald Lewes & Havens, Eastbourne Seaford and Hailsham and Hastings & Rother.

This programme has been created for registered care homes to help them meet the legal requirement for infection prevention and control with the Code of Practice of the Health and Social Care Act 2008. The service will provide support through offering high standard training, ongoing support and a process of audit. The programme will be aimed at the person responsible for infection control in the nursing; it will be their responsibility to cascade learning from the programme within the care home and domiciliary agency staff. This would be followed up with meetings, a link to guidance on the ESCC extra net web site and newsletters.

ESCC PS - Infection Control Champions and Accreditation Programme

 | Published June 24, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
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80500000

East Sussex County Council, Hastings and Rother, Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford and High Weald Lewes Havens Clinical Commissioning Groups intend to commission a service provider to train staff that are responsible for the infection prevention and control standards within residential and domiciliary care organisations. The aim of the Infection Control Champions and accreditation Programme is to provide a training and resource package and an accreditation opportunity for care homes, to work towards accreditation. To improve outcomes of care for residents and to reduce the number and spread of outbreaks within care homes which could lead to the temporary closure of care home beds and result in unnecessary admissions. Participation in the programme can be used to support CQC reviews and inspections, commissioning organisations and safeguarding visits, and can provide a positive message in the marketing and promotion of the home. There are 300 are Homes registered with the CQC in the 3 Clinical Commissioning Groups areas High Weald Lewes & Havens, Eastbourne Seaford and Hailsham and Hastings & Rother. This programme has been created for registered care homes to help them meet the legal requirement for infection prevention and control with the Code of Practice of the Health and Social Care Act 2008. The service will provide support through offering high standard training, ongoing support and a process of audit. The programme will be aimed at the person responsible for infection control in the nursing; it will be their responsibility to cascade learning from the programme within the care home and domiciliary agency staff. This would be followed up with meetings, a link to guidance on the ESCC extra net web site and newsletters.

ESCC PS - Infection Control Champions and Accreditation Programme - AWARD

SE Shared Services | Published September 7, 2016
Winner
IPC Management Ltd
cpvs
80500000

East Sussex County Council, Hastings and Rother, Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford and High Weald Lewes Havens Clinical Commissioning Groups intend to commission a service provider to train staff that are responsible for the infection prevention and control standards within residential and domiciliary care organisations. The aim of the Infection Control Champions and accreditation Programme is to provide a training and resource package and an accreditation opportunity for care homes, to work towards accreditation. To improve outcomes of care for residents and to reduce the number and spread of outbreaks within care homes which could lead to the temporary closure of care home beds and result in unnecessary admissions. Participation in the programme can be used to support CQC reviews and inspections, commissioning organisations and safeguarding visits, and can provide a positive message in the marketing and promotion of the home. There are 300 are Homes registered with the CQC in the 3 Clinical Commissioning Groups areas High Weald Lewes & Havens, Eastbourne Seaford and Hailsham and Hastings & Rother. This programme has been created for registered care homes to help them meet the legal requirement for infection prevention and control with the Code of Practice of the Health and Social Care Act 2008. The service will provide support through offering high standard training, ongoing support and a process of audit. The programme will be aimed at the person responsible for infection control in the nursing; it will be their responsibility to cascade learning from the programme within the care home and domiciliary agency staff. This would be followed up with meetings, a link to guidance on the ESCC extra net web site and newsletters.

Infection Control Service.

East London NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 17, 2012  -  Deadline February 24, 2012
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85142300

The Infection Control service will work closely with the Deputy Director of Infection Prevention and Control (DDIPC) and nominated officers to ensure that infection control is given due consideration at a senior level within the organisation and at board level. The Infection control service is committed to continually improving healthcare services by promoting excellence in the practice and prevention of infection prevention and control. The infection control service will promote these principles through reactive and proactive elements of the infection control programme. The key components of this are: — Provision of a specialist advisory service. — Policy development. — Audit. — Surveillance. — Education. — Outbreak prevention and control. — Infection control Doctor service. — Provision of strategic direction from a nurse consultant or senior staff member to ensure ELNFT meets all of its statutory obligations. The service will ensure all new policy and guidance relating to Infection Prevention and Control is considered, advising the Deputy DIPC where there are implications for practice and actions to be taken. The service will work with the East London NHS Foundation Trust to ensure compliance with the Health & Social Care Act 2010 or superseding act/bill and N.I.C.E. guidance. The service will respond to changes in healthcare associated infection rates within East London NHS Foundation Trust and the the wider health economy to develop appropriate management action plans.The ICS will support staff within East London NHS Foundation Trust to undertake root cause analysis on any community associated infections as appropriate. This service will provide specialist infection control advice to Community Health Services Adult Mental Health Services, Mental Health Care for Older People, CAMHS, Forensics and addiction services for ELNFT.

Infection Control Service.

East London NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 17, 2012  -  Deadline February 24, 2012
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85142300

The Infection Control service will work closely with the Deputy Director of Infection Prevention and Control (DDIPC) and nominated officers to ensure that infection control is given due consideration at a senior level within the organisation and at board level. The Infection control service is committed to continually improving healthcare services by promoting excellence in the practice and prevention of infection prevention and control. The infection control service will promote these principles through reactive and proactive elements of the infection control programme. The key components of this are: — Provision of a specialist advisory service. — Policy development. — Audit. — Surveillance. — Education. — Outbreak prevention and control. — Infection control Doctor service. — Provision of strategic direction from a nurse consultant or senior staff member to ensure ELNFT meets all of its statutory obligations. The service will ensure all new policy and guidance relating to Infection Prevention and Control is considered, advising the Deputy DIPC where there are implications for practice and actions to be taken. The service will work with the East London NHS Foundation Trust to ensure compliance with the Health & Social Care Act 2010 or superseding act/bill and N.I.C.E. guidance. The service will respond to changes in healthcare associated infection rates within East London NHS Foundation Trust and the the wider health economy to develop appropriate management action plans.The ICS will support staff within East London NHS Foundation Trust to undertake root cause analysis on any community associated infections as appropriate. This service will provide specialist infection control advice to Community Health Services Adult Mental Health Services, Mental Health Care for Older People, CAMHS, Forensics and addiction services for ELNFT.

Social Care Training For Adult Services (Medication, Infection Control and Leadership & Management Level 5).

Hampshire County Council | Published October 10, 2012  -  Deadline November 27, 2012
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80000000

A term framework arrangement with three lots to cover training in the field of Adult Services for: medications; infection control; and learning & management to Level 5 diploma in QCF. It is intended to appoint three providers in each lot.

BCHC-15-0009 - CONTRACT FOR THE PROVISION OF INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL SUPPORT SERVICES (2)

Birmingham Community Healthcare | Published September 11, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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85112000

The Trust has an in-house Infection Control team that has been supported previously by external staff. The Infection Control service is looking to continue this structure, however they are looking to move from a Service Level Agreement (SLA) to a contractual relationship in order to better define the expectations of both parties. As an NHS organisation BCHC is required to put infection control at the heart of good management and clinical practice. BCHC has a duty of care to its patients and preventing infection forms part of that duty of care. The successful contractor is expected to support BCHC to fulfil our infection control requirements. Further information is contained within the attached documents.

Software Maintenance - Management & Surveillance Software

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn Nhs Foundation Trust | Published August 3, 2016
Winner
ICNET
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48612000

Provision of Software Maintenance for Infection Control Database System

Medical furniture

States of Jersey Health and Social Services Department | Published July 2, 2016  -  Deadline July 8, 2016
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The states of Jersey Hospital is looking to replace its existing bedside lockers with a product that satisfies all aspects of infection control requirements.

HCAI Technology Innovation Programme - Technical/Scientific Consultants

Commercial Medicines Unit | Published December 30, 2008  -  Deadline January 31, 2009
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Technical/Scientific Consultants (Infection Control Product Specialists) to provide advice to the Department of Health on possible further support for Rapid Review Panel Recommendation 2 technologies 

Cleaning products

NHS Countess of Chester Hospital | Published October 19, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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39830000, 42995000

A national Framework Agreement for the supply of UVC Cleaning solutions which are intended to be used as part of infection control as a supplement to standard cleaning and disinfection protocols in an attempt to reduce healthcare associated infections.

IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support

The Common Services Agency (more commonly known as NHS National Services Scotland) (‘the Authority’) | Published September 9, 2016
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NHS National Services Scotland wishes to procure an Infection Control System under a single supplier framework on behalf of all NHS Boards in Scotland. This framework can be used by any Board at that Board's choice.

Fitzmary 1 Decant Unit Refurbishment

South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 11, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
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23200000

These works comprise the stripping out and replacement of ligature risk items throughout Fitzmary 1 ward and the replacement with anti-ligature fitting and infection control items and general decoration.  These works involve adjustment and replacement of mechanical and electrical services installations. 

SOJ-HSSD-T Hospital Bedside Cabinets (2016)

States of Jersey | Published June 24, 2016  -  Deadline July 8, 2016
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42000000, 56000000

The states of Jersey Hospital is looking to replace its existing bedside lockers with a product that satisfies all aspects of infection control requirements.

 

For full details of the specification please register your interest below.

 

 

Cleaning Materials.

Scottish Ambulance Service | Published April 9, 2015
Winner
Bunzl Cleaning And Hygiene Supplies
cpvs
39830000

A full range of cleaning materials used for infection control purposes such as chemicals and cleaners, mops heads (disposable and re-useable), brushes to gloves and spill kits. Tenderers will be required to deliver directly to approximately 100 Ambulance Stations/Sites across Scotland and the Islands.