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This needs personal involvement and frequent controls. 10 May 2004 47 A EUROPEAN CODE OF GOOD PRACTICE FOR HBO THERAPY Annex 3 Annex 3 – COST B14 Working Group «Technical Aspects» Final Report 2001 (informative) WG Technical Aspects: Presentation of the results In order to push forward the development of a European norm for therapeutic hyperbaric facilities, the COST B14 Working Group «Technical Aspects» conducted a risk analysis, following the format of the European Norm “Medical Devices – Risk Analysis” (EN 1441).
Whatever their previous experience might be, the Hyperbaric Operator need good knowledge in the following subjects: 1. General Pneumatics. 2. General Mechanics and Electromechanics. 3. Decompression Theory. Decompression schedules. 4. Diving and Hyperbaric Technology. 5. Medical First Aid 6. General principles of Medicine, and Medical Therapeutics. Courses on Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine for auxiliary staff, will provide good training in all these matters. D) Academic requirements and degrees.
F) Dedication. May 2004 30 A EUROPEAN CODE OF GOOD PRACTICE FOR HBO THERAPY Annex 1 Depending on the amount of work and of the technical characteristics of each Hyperbaric Centre, maintenance of the facilities might be performed by full-time Hyperbaric Technicians or by subcontracted specialised firms or enterprises. Both conditions are equally acceptable. May 2004 31 A EUROPEAN CODE OF GOOD PRACTICE FOR HBO THERAPY Annex 1 6 - OTHER STAFF Many other professionals with different qualifications may and should be engaged with a Hyperbaric Medical Centre, depending on the special characteristics of each and the hospital or institution where it is situated.