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Consultation Draft - Health Technical Memorandum 01-01: Decontamination of Reusable Medical Devices - Part C: Sterilizers (Includes Covering Note) (Responses by: 29/05/2009)
Health Building Note 00-02: Core Elements - Sanitary spaces
Health Building Note 00-04: Core Elements - Circulation and Communication Spaces
Health Building Note 04-01: In-Patient Care - Adult in-Patient Facilities
Health Building Note 09-02: Maternity Care Facilities - Children, Young People and Maternity Services
Health Building Note 13 Supplement 1: Ethylene Oxide Sterilization Section
Health Building Note 14-01: Medicines Management - Pharmacy and Radiopharmacy Facilities
Health Building Note 15-03: Emergency Care - Hospital Helipads
Health Building Note 15: Facilities for Pathology Services
Health Building Note 20: Facilities for Mortuary and Post-Mortem room Services
Health Building Note 22: Accident and Emergency Facilities for Adults and Children (Includes 2006 Amendment)
Health Building Note 57: Facilities for Critical Care
Health Building Note 6: Facilities for Diagnostic Imaging and Interventional Radiology
Health Building Note 6: Volume 2: Diagnostic Imaging - Picture Archive and Communication Systems (PACS) and Specialist Imaging
Health Technical Memorandum 00: Policies and Principles - Best Practice Guidance for Healthcare Engineering
Health Technical Memorandum 01-01: Consultation Draft - Decontamination of Reusable Medical Devices - Part B: Additional Management Guidance and Common Elements (Responses by: 29/05/2009)
Health Technical Memorandum 01-01: Consultation Draft - Decontamination of Reusable Medical Devices - Part D: Washer-Disinfectors and Ultrasonic Cleaners (Includes Covering Note) (Responses by: 29/05/2009)
Health Technical Memorandum 01-01: Impact assessment for Health Technical Memorandum on Decontamination of Surgical Instruments in Acute Care (HTM 01-01)
Health Technical Memorandum 01-05: Decontamination - Decontamination in Primary Care Dental Practices
Health Technical Memorandum 05-03: Firecode - Fire Safety in the NHS - Operational Provisions - Part A - General Fire Safety
Health Technical Memorandum 05-03: Firecode - Fire Safety in the NHS - Operational Provisions - Part D - Commercial Enterprises on Healthcare Premises
Health Technical Memorandum 05-03: Firecode - Fire Safety in the NHS - Operational Provisions - Part F: The Prevention and Control of Arson in NHS Healthcare Premises
Health Technical Memorandum 05-03: Firecode - Fire Safety in the NHS - Operational Provisions - Part H - Reducing False Alarms in Healthcare Premises
Health Technical Memorandum 05-03: Firecode - Fire Safety in the NHS - Operational Provisions - Part J: Guidance on Fire Engineering of Healthcare Premises
Health Technical Memorandum 05-03: Firecode - Fire Safety in the NHS - Operational Provisions - Part K - Guidance on Fire Risk Assessments in Complex Healthcare Premises
Health Technical Memorandum 06-01: 'Electrical Services Supply and Distribution' - Part A: Design Considerations
Health Technical Memorandum 06-01: Electrical Services Supply and Distribution - Part B: Operational Management
Health Technical Memorandum 06-02: Electrical Services - Electrical Safety Handbook
Health Technical Memorandum 06-03: Electrical Services - Authorised Person's Logbook
Health Technical Memorandum 07-04: Environment and Sustainability - Water Management and Water Efficiency - Best Practice Advice for the Healthcare Sector
Health Technical Memorandum 07-07: Environment and Sustainability - Sustainable Health and Social Care Buildings - Planning, Design, Construction and Refurbishment
Health Technical Memorandum 08-02: Lifts
Health Technical Memorandum 08-06: Specialist Services - Pathology Laboratory Gas Systems
Health Technical Memorandum 2005: Building Management Systems - Design Considerations
Health Technical Memorandum 2005: Building Management Systems - Management Policy
Health Technical Memorandum 2005: Building Management Systems - Operational Management
Health Technical Memorandum 2005: Building Management Systems - Validation and Verification
Health Technical Memorandum 2009: Pneumatic Air Tube Transport Systems - Management Policy
Health Technical Memorandum 2010 Part 1: Management Policy - Sterilization
Health Technical Memorandum 2010 Part 3 (Including Amendment 1): Validation and Verification - Sterilization
Health Technical Memorandum 2010: Part 5: Sterilization - Good Practice Guide
Health Technical Memorandum 2010: Sterilization - Part 2: Design Considerations
Health Technical Memorandum 2010: Sterilization - Part 4: Operational Management (New Edition) with Part 6: Testing and Validation Protocols
Health Technical Memorandum 2030: Washer-Disinfectors - Design Considerations
Health Technical Memorandum 2030: Washer-Disinfectors - Operational Management
Health Technical Memorandum 2030: Washer-Disinfectors - Validation and Verification
Health Technical Memorandum 2031: Clean Steam for Sterilization
Health Technical Memorandum 2035: Mains Signalling - Management Policy (Archived)
Health Technical Memorandum 2050: Risk Management in the NHS Estate - Design Considerations
Health Technical Memorandum 2050: Risk Management in the NHS Estate - Management Policy
Health Technical Memorandum 2050: Risk Management in the NHS Estate - Operational Management
Health Technical Memorandum 2050: Risk Management in the NHS Estate - Validation and Verification
Health Technical Memorandum 2065: Healthcare Waste Management - Segregation of Waste Streams in Clinical Areas
Health Technical Memorandum 2070: Estates Emergency and Contingency Planning (Archived Historic Document)
Health Technical Memorandum 69: Protection (Building Components Series)
Health Technical Memorandum 82: Firecode - Alarm and Detection Systems
Health Technical Memorandum 88: Fire Precautions in Housing Providing NHS-Supported Living in the Community (An Update of HTM 88)

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