Infection Control

  • Supports your CQC Compliance under The Care Act 2014 and The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2015
  • Policies & Procedures are fully customised to you as required by the CQC
  • Save Time — How long would it take you to create and update 2300+ pages of guidance?

Practitioners should consider that all patients are a risk for cross infection and procedures followed by all clinical staff should ensure a high standard of infection control is achieved. The CQC standards expect you to assess the risk of and to prevent, detect and control the spread of healthcare associated infection. The QCS Infection Control Module provides a framework that enables you to achieve this.

View the system

  • Dashboard

    Navigate your policies, procedures, compliance tools and more. Everything you need for compliance is located on your dashboard.

  • System Details

    Customising your system is quick and easy, just fill out your System Details section, and we’ll customise the policies for you!

  • Search Function

    It’s easy to find the policy you’re looking for using our Find a Document Box

  • Policy Centre

    Our Policy Centre houses all the policies included in your Infection Control Pack.

  • Custom Upload

    Our Custom Upload tool allows you to add your own documents to your system. This gives you the convenience of storing all your compliance documents in one place that your staff can access from any computer with internet access.

  • Manage Staff

    You can grant access to your system to as many staff as you like, then manage their status, and view when they last logged in and what they are looking at. A great way to ensure your staff are staying up to date on compliance.

Policies and procedures included in Infection Control package

Simply choose the category:

  • GHR01 - Risk Assessment Policy and Procedure

    GHS01 - Health and Safety Policy and Procedure

    GHS06 - Hazard Reporting Policy and Procedure

    GHS07 - Health and Safety Training Policy and Procedure

    GHS10 - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Policy and Procedure

  • GME04 - Water Temperature Policy and Procedure

  • GCH01 - General Health and Safety Policy and Procedure

    GCH02 - Infection Control and Decontamination Policy and Procedure

    GCH05 - Legionella Policy and Procedure

    GCR02 - Risk Management Policy and Procedure

    GCR01 - Risk Policy and Procedure

Benefits of managing Infection Control with QCS

  1. Simplicity

    just log-in and use the simple dashboard for all activity

  2. Inclusive of

    staff training and cleaning routines

  3. Assessments and action plans

    covering premises, substances (COSHH)

  4. Receive printed manuals

    for office use, updated regularly

  5. Easily upgrade

    to the Full Management System

  6. Comprehensive Content

    over 10 complete policies and procedures covering infection control guidelines

  7. Unlimited

    upload your own documents too

  8. Customisable

    alter text fields to personalise policies

  9. Regular email updates

    reminders for action and text messages

  10. Compliance

    with the Health and Social Care Act 2008

  11. Personalised documents

    not generic or blank policies

  12. Ease of mind

    feel confident in the process

  13. CQC

    compliant with Outcome 8

Time saver

over 54 pages of infection control guidance ready for you now

Infection Control Management Systems for Medical Providers

The health of patients and staff may be compromised by failing to implement the right systems and policies. Consequently, it is important to manage all aspects of infection control and adopt an approach that exceeds acceptable minimum standards of safety. The QCS Infection Control Module is fully maintained to ensure it is up to date and in step with regulatory change and adaptations to best practice. This involves cleaning procedures and personal protection policies and procedures.

Shining some further light on this area, the Department of Health  issued ‘Decontamination of reusable medical devices in the primary, secondary and tertiary care sectors (NHS and Independent providers) – 2007 clarification and policy summary’. This states local decontamination should meet with the appropriate “essential requirements” of the Medical Devices Regulations 2002. The implication is medical practices should ensure that their policies give rise to the production and use of sterilized instruments for use with patients.


Case Studies

Many of our clients choose to go ‘on the record’, telling the story of why they selected QCS to solve their problems and how it has helped them to take control of compliance.

  • A flexible system with automatic updates

    Having recently acquired the software, we can see this being a valuable asset to our newly established care planning system and realted paperwork. We would like to thank you and your team for the help you have provided in setting up our company with the Policies and Procedures which we needed. The assurance that we remain CQC compliant is very reassuring in this rapidly changing environment. Thank you Mahmood Ahmad Owner/Director The Clitheroe Residential Home
  • Informative back up and support for a growing buisness

    as our company has expended the system has helped us create a solid profile of policies. Quality Compliance Systems has saves our company valuable time and money. There have been times when the documents have not been updated, so it is vital to ensure all documents are read and checked before making them available to your team. when this occurred contacted the help line who rectified the issue quickly. Cerrie
  • Fantastic

    I cant praise the helpful staff within this company enough. Nothing is ever a problem. carole sansom

Pricing Great Discounts available for Groups and Multiple locations – Call us to find out more

Standard Plan Full Payment (+VAT) Premium Compliance Plan 12 simple monthly payments including VAT
£195 £24.50

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