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Title: Medical Gas Pipelines (Maintenance of)
Published by: NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership
Publication Date: 08/11/2019
Deadline Date:
Deadline Time:
Notice Type: Contract Award Notice
Has Documents: No
Has ESPD: No
Abstract: MAINTENANCE OF MEDICAL GAS SYSTEM - This specification details the requirements for the ongoing maintenance and emergency repairs of the equipment schedule enclosed.
CONTRACT TERM:
One Year, with an optional year, and another optional year after. (Optional years are strictly at the health board’s discretion)
CONTRACT COVER:
Preventative.
NUMBER OF MAINTENANCE VISITS PER CONTRACT TERM:
2 Service visits per year.
RESPONSE TIME:
An emergency call out service, providing an immediate response within 2 hours, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, for emergency work.
HOURS OF WORK FOR MAINTENANCE VISITS AND PLANNED WORKS:
During Normal Working Hours (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm)
Medical Air Compressors
It is recommendation that maintenance work on an MGPS, should be carried out by specialist contractors who are registered to BS EN
ISO 9001/BS EN ISO 13485, with scope of registration defined to cover maintenance of MGPS, and who can demonstrate compliance.
As BS ENISO 9001/BS EN ISO 13485 is desirable, when submitting your proposal, please can you do one of three things below:
Either submit your BS EN ISO 9001/BS EN ISO 13485 accreditation documents
Or if you are working towards this accreditation, submit proof of this
Or outline how you ensure maintenance work is carried out, within the scope of these standards.
Technical standards. All works undertaken by the Contractor must comply with Health Technical Memorandum 02-01 and any relevant Supplement(s) (all latest editions). No variations to these publications should be made, unless specifically authorised in writing by Cwm Taf University Health Board.
The successful supplier will agree to stock spares commonly required in maintaining the equipment listed in the equipment schedule.
As per an instruction issued from the Health Board’s Head of Operational Estates, all Contractors awarded business for CTUHB, must be members of Constructionline.
General Distribution System
Check for:
Damage, especially serious abrasion, flattening of pipework and corrosion due to chemical or water leaks.
Absence of, or damage to pipework protection methods, especially damage to ductwork and sleeving/mechanical shielding.
Security of/damage to electrical bonding.
Leaks – in any area, from fittings etc.
Damage to, or removal of, fire stopping.
Absence of, or paintings over of, exhaust/blow-down and pipeline identification labels, flow direction arrows, valve box labels etc.
Breaches of security to MGPS plant rooms, AVSU’s, LVAs, valves, VIE compounds etc.
Accuracy of as-fitted drawings, identification markings, labelling etc.
Note:Only sections of pipework visible during PPM will be inspected.
AVSU’s/Valves (and LVAs where accessible)
Valves in plant rooms are not normally locked, but the room door should be.
Valves in ducts should be kept locked in the normal operating condition.
All AVSU’s should be kept locked, and keys should be subject to a proper key control system.
Examine location cleanliness – clean as required.
Check correct labelling – rectify, as necessary, orientation of on/off valves for ease of operation.
Note: Valve operation can be checked on shut down of all services to a ward/department.
Pressure reducing sets.
Examine condition of all pressure regulators.
Check security of safety valves regulator mounting locking devices – where fitted.
Test creep regulators for correct settings.
Pendant units/booms
Examine security of fixings/mountings, freedom of movement (as applicable), labelling and colour coding of hose assemblies.
Check leakage from hose assemblies.
It is not normally possible to ascertain the condition of hose assemblies by visible means. They should therefore be assigned a service life based on the complexity of the pendant fitting, the amount of movement it is capable of providing, and criticality of function of the pendant.
Inspection of pendant fixings and mounts could be carried out at the same time as hose replacement.
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CONTRACT AWARD NOTICE – NATIONAL

SERVICES

1 Authority Details

1.1

Authority Name and Address


NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership

Maintenance Team, Neath Port Talbot Hospital, Baglan Way,

Port Talbot

SA12 7BX

UK

Graeme Morris

+44 1639684417

Graeme.Morris@wales.nhs.uk

http://www.procurement.wales.nhs.uk

2 Contract Details

2.1

Title

Medical Gas Pipelines (Maintenance of)

2.2

Description of the contract

MAINTENANCE OF MEDICAL GAS SYSTEM - This specification details the requirements for the ongoing maintenance and emergency repairs of the equipment schedule enclosed.

CONTRACT TERM:

One Year, with an optional year, and another optional year after. (Optional years are strictly at the health board’s discretion)

CONTRACT COVER:

Preventative.

NUMBER OF MAINTENANCE VISITS PER CONTRACT TERM:

2 Service visits per year.

RESPONSE TIME:

An emergency call out service, providing an immediate response within 2 hours, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, for emergency work.

HOURS OF WORK FOR MAINTENANCE VISITS AND PLANNED WORKS:

During Normal Working Hours (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm)

Medical Air Compressors

It is recommendation that maintenance work on an MGPS, should be carried out by specialist contractors who are registered to BS EN

ISO 9001/BS EN ISO 13485, with scope of registration defined to cover maintenance of MGPS, and who can demonstrate compliance.

As BS ENISO 9001/BS EN ISO 13485 is desirable, when submitting your proposal, please can you do one of three things below:

Either submit your BS EN ISO 9001/BS EN ISO 13485 accreditation documents

Or if you are working towards this accreditation, submit proof of this

Or outline how you ensure maintenance work is carried out, within the scope of these standards.

Technical standards. All works undertaken by the Contractor must comply with Health Technical Memorandum 02-01 and any relevant Supplement(s) (all latest editions). No variations to these publications should be made, unless specifically authorised in writing by Cwm Taf University Health Board.

The successful supplier will agree to stock spares commonly required in maintaining the equipment listed in the equipment schedule.

As per an instruction issued from the Health Board’s Head of Operational Estates, all Contractors awarded business for CTUHB, must be members of Constructionline.

General Distribution System

Check for:

Damage, especially serious abrasion, flattening of pipework and corrosion due to chemical or water leaks.

Absence of, or damage to pipework protection methods, especially damage to ductwork and sleeving/mechanical shielding.

Security of/damage to electrical bonding.

Leaks – in any area, from fittings etc.

Damage to, or removal of, fire stopping.

Absence of, or paintings over of, exhaust/blow-down and pipeline identification labels, flow direction arrows, valve box labels etc.

Breaches of security to MGPS plant rooms, AVSU’s, LVAs, valves, VIE compounds etc.

Accuracy of as-fitted drawings, identification markings, labelling etc.

Note:Only sections of pipework visible during PPM will be inspected.

AVSU’s/Valves (and LVAs where accessible)

Valves in plant rooms are not normally locked, but the room door should be.

Valves in ducts should be kept locked in the normal operating condition.

All AVSU’s should be kept locked, and keys should be subject to a proper key control system.

Examine location cleanliness – clean as required.

Check correct labelling – rectify, as necessary, orientation of on/off valves for ease of operation.

Note: Valve operation can be checked on shut down of all services to a ward/department.

Pressure reducing sets.

Examine condition of all pressure regulators.

Check security of safety valves regulator mounting locking devices – where fitted.

Test creep regulators for correct settings.

Pendant units/booms

Examine security of fixings/mountings, freedom of movement (as applicable), labelling and colour coding of hose assemblies.

Check leakage from hose assemblies.

It is not normally possible to ascertain the condition of hose assemblies by visible means. They should therefore be assigned a service life based on the complexity of the pendant fitting, the amount of movement it is capable of providing, and criticality of function of the pendant.

Inspection of pendant fixings and mounts could be carried out at the same time as hose replacement.

Test pendant unit/boom rotation, retraction, braking etc.

Note: Hose construction/repair is a specialist activity.

If hose damage is identified, it should be reported immediately to the relevant authority.

2.3

Notice Coding and Classification

24111500 Medical gases
42123400 Air compressors
1015 Central Valleys (Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taf)
1017 Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot

2.4

Estimated Total Value

3 Procedure

3.1

Type of Procedure

Single stage - Any candidate may submit a tender.

4 Award of Contract

4.1

Successful Bidders

4.1.1

Name and Address of successful supplier, contractor or service provider





M&M Medical Ltd

B4 Heol-Y-Twyn, Telbot Green Business Park,

Talbot Geen

CF729FG

UK




5 Other Information

5.1

Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority

N/a

5.2

Date of Contract Award

 01-03-2019

5.3

Number of tenders received

1

5.4

Other Information

This notice has been sent as a region specific notice. If you did not receive an alert about this you are not based in the specific region selected by the buying authority. Questions on why this was sent as a region specific notice should be sent to the buying authority.

(WA Ref:97187)

5.5

Additional Documentation

N/a

5.6

Publication date of this notice:

 08-11-2019

Information added to the notice since publication.

Additional information added to the notice since it's publication.
No further information has been uploaded.
Main Contact: Graeme.Morris@wales.nhs.uk
Admin Contact: N/a
Technical Contact: N/a
Other Contact: N/a

Commodity Categories

Commodity Categories
IDTitleParent Category
42123400Air compressorsCompressors
24111500Medical gasesHydrogen, argon, rare gases, nitrogen and oxygen

Delivery Locations

Delivery Locations
IDDescription
1017Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot
1015Central Valleys (Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taf)

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