Infection Control in Hospitals

System Hygienics will help you meet the requirements laid down in HTM03-01 by using the best practice to help prevent the spread and threat of infection through dirty ductwork systems. A ventilation system is out of sight, but it shouldn't be out of mind.

To control the spread of infections, ductwork internal surfaces must be cleaned regularly. If not there will be a build-up of dust and dirt - a mixture of organic compounds including a high proportion of skin and hair - which are valuable nutrients for micro-organisms. These can easily become airborne and thus transmitted to your patients.

System Hygienics' unique JetVent system will clean your ductwork and reduce the risk of spreading harmful germs such as MRSA, Staphylococcus Aureus and Clostridium Difficile without disrupting the day-to-day running of your hospital.

System Hygienics is the UK's leading air hygiene specialist with 15 years experience of cleaning ductwork systems for NHS and private hospitals.

By cleaning only as far as you can reach is not effective at preventing a fire; only complete system cleaning is effective.

System Hygienics can help control Infection in Hospitals

Statutory Requirements

HTM03-01 Introduction page
"Increased health risks to patients will occur if ventilation systems do not achieve and maintain the required standards. The link between surgical site infection and theatre air quality has been well established."

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