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Transcript of TEAM: A
CREATED BY: ABBASI, GRIFFITHS, DAVIS, ROBERTS, CARTWRIGHT, RYAN, JAMES, THOMAS
OPERATING DEPARTMENT DESIGN
COSHH Regulations (2002)
Chemical Spillage Kit
Call fire brigade if more than 5 Litres
Dignity and Respect is
down to you!
Radios, calming music or option for service user to bring music for local, spinal procedures. Could even supply head phones or TVs in waiting rooms.
Waiting room just for family, carers, etc.
Segregated Recovery for male and female service users
Separate theatre complex for paediatrics.
Automatic closing doors. Pros and cons.
Frosted Glass on doors and windows.
'In Use' light system outside the anesthetic room and theatres.
One way system design feature within the theatres.
Security in the theatres (limited access to public, swipe cards).
Privacy and Dignity of Service Users
in the Operating Theatre Department
Use of sharp instruments
UV shoe cleaner
Needle & Swab checks
Entering one point leaving from another
Short travel of distance
Separates and control of public
- NFC Access
- E-record entry and swipe card generation
- GPS and barcoded wristband
- Error prevention
- Pharmacy designed
- iDrug register
- Touch ID – signing for drugs
- Storage (Misuse of Drugs Act 1973)
- NFC Access for emergency
- Theft prevention GPS
Easy links to blood bank, radiology, pathology
Not top floors
Avoiding outdoor noise/ traffic
As close to the ventilation system as possible
Numerous theatre departments within the hospital
Facilities are important to keep staff morale high
- Happy workforce, Happy patient
Stress-free, calm environment
- Cater for all
- Room Aesthetics
- Quiet, relaxing areas
Basic facilities and equipment available
- Coffee room facilities - TV's, Xbox, Michelin Star Cafe, Laptops
- Changing room facilities - Organised uniforms and lockers
- Educational rooms
- Conferencing and meeting rooms
Technology available to aid work
- Cutting edge technology throughout the department
Dispenser and sink location
Hand cleaning agent
Information posters located by dispensers
Doors on exits to rooms open with ‘no touch switches’
Hand Washing Facilities
- Lamina Flow
- Air conditioning
- Natural light
- General Lighting 500 lux
- Low heat LED operating lights 25,000-125,000
- Gas and electricity points
Surgical Control Panel
- Temperature 18-24ºc
- Humidity 40/50%
- Duel access cupboards
- Floors and Walls
Fire Exits – Fire Doors – Extinguishers - Alarms
Multiple electrical outlets/circuits
Regular check of appliances
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