NITC offers certifications that are crucial to the operation of a hospital or medical center.
In many areas around the country, once-competing hospitals and medical centers have been joining forces and merging into larger health networks. While the debate continues regarding the benefits of such mergers from a patient care and facility-efficiency standpoint, one thing is for certain… In many instances, such acquisitions result in the major renovation of existing facilities or the construction of brand new, state-of-the-art hospitals. Regardless, central to their operation is the need for medical gas systems to be installed and verified before the building can open to patients. Such professionals need to be certified given the gravity of what these systems provide.
Medical Gas Installer 6010
The American Society of Sanitary Engineering (ASSE) developed the Series 6000 Standard for medical gas systems personnel. From the time it was introduced, Series 6000 has become the industry standard. It provides municipalities and employers with a nationally recognized standard, ensuring that personnel working on the installation or maintenance of critically important medical gas systems possess the knowledge and experience required to handle them safely and properly. In addition, these individuals are expected to possess a general knowledge of applicable local, state, and federal laws, codes & regulations. Ideal candidates for the Medical Gas Installer 6010 certification are those who work on (or with) piping and its related components, including brazers.
Medical Gas Verifier 6030
Administered in accordance with the American Society of Sanitary Engineers (ASSE) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 99: Health Care Facilities Code, the Medical Gas Verifier 6030 certification qualifies an experienced individual who competently and proficiently installs, inspects, and verifies medical gas and vacuum systems, along with their components.
Medical Gas Instructor 6050
With requirements similar to the Medical Gas Verifier 6030 certification, the Medical Gas Instructor 6050 is for those who seek to pass knowledge onto a new generation. Administered in accordance with the American Society of Sanitary Engineers (ASSE) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 99: Health Care Facilities Code, this certification qualifies experienced individuals who competently and proficiently installed medical gas and vacuum systems and their components. Such candidates are expected to have prior teaching experience and must possess a general knowledge of applicable local, state, and federal laws, codes & regulations, along with their respective listing agencies.
Why You Should Trust NITC For Your Certification Needs
Candidates seeking any of the aforementioned certifications will want to ally themselves with an organization that has the knowledge and the reputation to properly administer and certify personnel… National Inspection Testing and Certification (NITC) is that organization. Therefore, whether you’re a training director, association representative, employer representative, or an individual applicant, we’ll be there to help you along the way. Contact NITC at (877) 457-6482 to learn more about how our products help prepare the best, most reliable, and safest trade professionals possible through our wide range of industry certifications, all the while helping you exceed customer expectations in the process.
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