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Posted by niamhoc (ireland) (Questions: 5, Answers: 2)
Asked on March 10, 2018 1:52 pm
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Hi Niamhoc,
The science behind cooling before despatched is to;-
1) prevent condensation when hot surfaces come in contact with cold surface
2) avoiding “strike-through” from occuring due to condensation hence potentially can compromise sterility
From occupational health and safety;-
1) to prevent hazard of scalding from handling hot items
2) to prevent potential work cover
Checked with your local body governing infection control standard. By referencing this, you may find yourself supported.
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Answered on September 16, 2018 1:37 pm
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science behind leaving packs cool prior to dispatch

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hi i am looking for reference articles re leaving sets cool before dispatch. i want to implement a qip. it says this in the standards etc but nothing referenced to back the statement up. thanks

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Posted by niamhoc (ireland) (Questions: 5, Answers: 2)
Asked on March 10, 2018 1:52 pm
177 views
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Private answer

Hi Niamhoc,
The science behind cooling before despatched is to;-
1) prevent condensation when hot surfaces come in contact with cold surface
2) avoiding “strike-through” from occuring due to condensation hence potentially can compromise sterility
From occupational health and safety;-
1) to prevent hazard of scalding from handling hot items
2) to prevent potential work cover
Checked with your local body governing infection control standard. By referencing this, you may find yourself supported.
R
Norlidah

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Posted by no_tawaduk (Australia) (Questions: 0, Answers: 6)
Answered on September 16, 2018 1:37 pm
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