NHS Ventilation Audit Assistance

As part of the NHS’s commitment to providing safe and high-quality healthcare, all healthcare facilities are required to undergo an independent annual audit of their ventilation systems. This audit is carried out by an Authorising Engineer and is intended to ensure that the systems are fit for purpose, and that they are providing a safe and comfortable environment for patients, staff, and visitors.

However, preparing for an independent annual audit can be a daunting task for healthcare organizations, especially when it comes to ventilation systems. The audit process can be complex, and it requires a detailed understanding of the relevant standards and regulations.

To help healthcare organizations navigate this process, M&M Consultancy and Training Services offers a comprehensive NHS Ventilation Audit Assistance service. We can assist your organization at all levels, from setting up your Safe System of Work and asset capture of ventilation through to training of staff. Our team of experts will work closely with you to help you prepare for the audit, and we will provide you with the guidance and support you need to ensure that your ventilation systems meet the requirements of the relevant standards and regulations.

Our NHS Ventilation Audit Assistance service includes:

    • Reviewing your existing ventilation systems and identifying any potential issues or areas of non-compliance
    • Providing guidance on the latest standards and regulations relevant to NHS ventilation systems
    • Assisting with the preparation of documentation, including Safe Systems of Work, asset capture, and staff training
    • Support during the audit process, to ensure that your organization is fully prepared and that the audit runs smoothly

By working with M&M Consultancy and Training Services, healthcare organizations can minimize patient and staff risk, and prevent serious reputational damage. With our help, you can ensure that your ventilation systems are fit for purpose and that your organization is meeting the requirements of the independent annual audit process.