Our inspection process is designed to help facilities meet the requirements of JCAHO. The testing procedure includes:
Upon completion of this process a report will be created and results will be forwarded to the client.
Our highly knowledgeable staff will perform a review of design schematics for medical gas systems in any facility. After all required documents are received, they will be reviewed by our personnel. From this review, a comprehensive report will be developed and created. This report will detail any code violations as well as recommendations to enhance the overall safety and functionality of the medical gas system. We will also create completed construction documents if requested by the architect and/or owners. The goal of this process is to ensure the safety of the facility design and improve efficiency for the end medical gas system.
This process can also be combined with our final certification testing service, wherein a technician from our staff will test the final medical gas system.
We preform all the necessary testing that is required for the purpose of certification. The goal of these procedures is to ensure safety and compliance with current regulations. These tests include:
When the testing is completed, a final report containing the "Letter of Certification" will be issued to the hospital or contractor. If you have any questions or would like further information about the tests we perform, please contact us.
This service is typically found to hold significant value for medical facilities considering renovation plans. This service involves our staff touring and evaluating the medical gas systems of your facility with the renovation plans in mind. This inspection is followed by a detailed report complete with schematics outlining areas of concern and recommendations based on the current medical gas standards.
On-site inspection involves the evaluation of all medical gas system components. This includes:
After the inspection, a comprehensive report will be created and will detail all system deficiencies as well as recommendations for corrective actions. This will also include a schematic diagram highlighting the key points in the report
Our personnel will review final construction drawings and specifications to ensure code compliance. Suggestions will be made, where necessary, for design or installation changes. These recommendations are provided to enhance the safety and operational capabilities of the system. All of these suggestions will be detailed in a report that will be sent to the client.
To ensure the safety and compliance of the current system, Medical Gas Systems, Inc. has the capability to draw samples and test them for purity. These tests include:
1. Sending your department a test kit allowing your personnel to take an air sample by following our step by step instructions. The test kit is then sent back to our office to be analyzed and results will be reported to you for your records.
2. A technician from our staff can visit your station to draw the sample for you.