Water Hygiene Centre retains their place on the NOE CPC Framework

by Sarah Morley, on 31-03-2022

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For the 4th year running, the Water Hygiene Centre has maintained it’s place on the NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) for Minor Works, Trades and Associated Services Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS).

The reappointment on this DPS enables the Water Hygiene Centre to continue to support NOE CPC customers and demonstrates the high quality of professional consultancy services sustained over the last four years.

 

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Peter Tyson, Senior Development Director says “We are committed to driving improvement and delivering the highest quality water hygiene services within the industry. Maintaining our position on the NOE CPC DPS helps to provide our clients with the confidence and peace of mind that our services have been vetted and endorsed to a high standard. We look forward to continuing to work with NOE CPC and its customers.”

 

Established in 2007, and wholly owned by the NHS, NOE CPC provides collaborative and bespoke procurement solutions to the NHS and other public sector organisations. Through category expertise and harnessing their collective buying power they deliver comprehensive, compliant, and innovative procurement solutions which save the NHS money.

 

The Water Hygiene Centre provides expert, independent water hygiene consultancy services, achieved through a team of consultant's extensive knowledge and experience, which help the NHS and public sector with proactive management and support on water safety with a comprehensive range of risk management services.

 

The firms approach to supporting clients is through long term partnerships, providing the continuity and assurance of expert risk management solutions for water safety, including the control of Legionella, Psuedomonas aeruginosa and scald risk. The primary focus is to support clients to comply with legislation and guidance for water safety, including ACoP [L8], HSG 274 and [S]HTM 04-01.

 

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About the author

Sarah Morley

Sarah joined the Water Hygiene Centre in 2012 to lead on all marketing activities, and is responsible for all social media, mailshot, website and manages our 'Open' training course program.

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