UKAS & BSI
UKAS & BSI
Electrical safety analyser calibration services are available either onsite at a customer's premises or at our Durham based laboratory. UKAS calibration of electrical safety analysers is available on all makes and models of unit to ensure the highest level of accuracy is provided in this most important of areas.
Electrical safety analysers allow clinicians to perform safety testing on all medical devices, which helps to negate the risk to patients and users of these devices providing an electrical shock. Calibration of electrical safety analysers involves checking these instruments periodically against a standard of higher accuracy to ensure they are still accurately detecting any dangerous faults in medical devices.
Safety analysers are used extensively in the NHS and wider healthcare sector by biomedical engineers to test the electrical safety of medical devices, so it is essential these items are working within specified parameters to ensure the safety of patients, staff, and visitors to healthcare establishments. In-accurate readings can lead to potentially dangerous medical devices being passed as safe and ultimately causing electrical shock and risk of death to users.
Calibrationhouse provides a number of calibration services to the NHS and wider healthcare sector, with one of the most sought after because of value for money and expertise being our medical electrical safety analyser calibration service. Our team have significant experience and are backed by several years of design manufacture and calibration experience from our Seaward Group brand partner Rigel Medical. Engineers use modern techniques and state of the art testing equipment to calibrate electrical safety analysers of all brands and models.
The Calibrationhouse team recommends that all medical electrical safety analysers are calibrated at least once a year. The team keep a record of calibration dates in order to provide annual reminders for following year’s calibrations. Electronic UKAS certificates are provided as standard.
Being the first company to launch an electrical safety tester for IEC 601 safety requirements for medical equipment Rigel are a key voice and partner when it comes to developing best practice and standards for the calibration and service of these devices.