MPD.SSM.01.07 – Selection and Approval of External Suppliers

The following course will cover Management Process Description (MPD) MPD.SSM.01.07

The purpose of MPD.SSM.01.07 is to provide you with training on how PBB ensures that all critical materials and services sourced from external suppliers have been selected and audited as suitable.

If you are reading this as a document update, any changes that have been made to the document since the previous version will be highlighted in grey so pay careful attention to these.

Restrictions for this MPD:

  • This MPD does not cover financial aspects of supplier audit or financial benefits to PBB.

Please Note: Any associated documents or forms referred to in this course will be available via our secure document site Nexus or on request from the Training Department.

SOP.QUA.05.01 – Product Quality Issue Procedure

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.QUA.05.01

The purpose of SOP.QUA.05.01 is to:

Investigate potential blood quality issues to ensure product quality is maintained at the highest standard.

Restrictions for the SOP:

  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBBUK staff who have been trained in this procedure

SOP.COL.01.08 – DA Pre-donation screening and registration

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.COL.01.08

The purpose of SOP.COL.01.08 is to train you with regards to how PBB:

  • Ensure that only dogs meeting the criteria for donation are accepted by donors
  • Ensure that the donor dog will not be harmed by the process
  • Ensure that blood collected is safe for recipients

Restrictions for this SOP are:

  • Approval of dogs to donate must always be carried out by a veterinary surgeon
  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBBUK staff who have been trained in this procedure
  • Clean PBB uniform should always be worn

Please Note: Any associated documents or forms will be touched upon in this course, however these will also be available in more detail as stand alone courses.

SOP.COL.02.07 – DA Pre-donation sample collection and phlebotomy site preparation – canine

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.COL.02.07

The purpose of SOP.COL.02.07 is to train you with regards to:

  • Ensuring that the correct samples for pre-donation and reference laboratory testing are collected in a safe manner
  • To begin preparation of the phlebotomy area

Restrictions for this SOP:

  • May only be carried out by a qualified veterinary surgeon of veterinary surgeon or veterinary nurse
  • May only be carried out by staff who have been trained to this SOP
  • Clean PBBUK uniform and name badge should be worn

Please Note: Any associated documents or forms will be touched upon in this course, however these will also be available in more detail as stand alone courses

Courier – July Training Update 2022

As you are aware whenever a document or process is update or created, updated training must be issued. You are therefore required to review the following SOP’s & MPD’s.

All changes to existing documents are highlighted in grey but please be aware they may all not be relevant to your role.

OOH Call Support

Welcome to the OOH Call Support course.

 

This short course includes examples of edited real calls to the OOH service and a guidance document to help you best support our customers.

MPD.QUA.07.01 – Process Risk Planning

The following course will cover Management Process Description (MPD) MPD.QUA.07.01

The purpose of MPD.QUA.07 is to ensure that Senior Managers carry out a periodic review of the organisation’s processes, risks and opportunities and planned future changes or changing circumstances.

If you are reading this as a document update, any changes that have been made to the document since the previous version will be highlighted in grey so pay careful attention to these.

Restrictions for this MPD:

  • This process can only be carried out by authorised Pet Blood Bank process owners
  • It applies to all Pet Blood Bank UK operational processes
  • In conjunction with the management team, it is the responsibility of all process owners to coordinate the activities of this process

SOP.QUA.06.05 Donor Adverse Reaction (Collection Team)

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.QUA.06.05

The purpose of SOP.QUA.06.05 is to train you with regards to:

  • ensuring that donors who have an adverse reaction to the donation procedure receive treatment and preventative care is taken to reduce further issues
  • ensuring that blood collected is safe for recipients
  • ensuring donors are fit and well to donate in the future
  • to report and monitor donor adverse reactions

Restrictions for the SOP:

  • Decisions on the donor continuing on the donor programme can only be carried out by a qualified veterinary surgeon
  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBBUK staff who have been trained in this procedure

Stock & Distribution (without processing) – July 2022 update

As you are aware whenever a document or process is update or created, updated training must be issued. You are therefore required to review the following SOP’s & MPD’s.

All changes to existing documents are highlighted in grey but please be aware they may all not be relevant to your role.

Post Session Coordinator – July Training Update 2022

As you are aware whenever a document or process is update or created, updated training must be issued. You are therefore required to review the following SOP’s & MPD’s.

All changes to existing documents are highlighted in grey but please be aware they may all not be relevant to your role.

Distribution & Lab Manager – Training Update July 2022

As you are aware whenever a document or process is update or created, updated training must be issued. You are therefore required to review the following SOP’s & MPD’s.

All changes to existing documents are highlighted in grey but please be aware they may all not be relevant to your role.

Quality Administrator – Training Update July 2022

As you are aware whenever a document or process is update or created, updated training must be issued. You are therefore required to review the following SOP’s & MPD’s.

All changes to existing documents are highlighted in grey but please be aware they may all not be relevant to your role.

SOP.PRO.05.10 Preparation of Cryoprecipitate and Cryo-supernatant

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.PRO.05.10

The purpose of SOP.PRO.05.10 is to train you with regards to:

  • To process whole blood donations into specific, multiple products

Restrictions for this SOP:

  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBBUK staff who have been trained in this procedure
  • All processing of donations must be carried out in the designated clean area with the exception of Fresh Whole Blood where supply is direct from the collection session
  • Personal protective equipment must be worn when processing donations
  • No food or drink may be stored or consumed within the designated clean area

Please Note: Some of the associated documents or forms referred to in this SOP may be included in the lesson, however,  it is expected that if there are documents of forms that are relevant to your role that are not included  you should access them on Sharepoint to complete your training

SOP.PRO.02.11 Separation of Canine Whole Blood into Packed Red Blood Cells and Fresh Frozen Plasma

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.PRO.02.11

The purpose of SOP.PRO.02.11 is to explain the process for processing whole blood donations into multiple products.

Restrictions for this SOP:

  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBB staff who have been trained in this procedure
  • All processing of donations must be carried out in the designated clean area
  • Personal protective equipment must be worn when processing donations
  • No food or drink may be stored or consumed within the designated clean area

Please Note: Some associated documents may be included in this course, but it is expected that you independently reference any that are not, but are relevant to your role as part of this training.

MPD.ADM.02.03 New World Camelid Service

The following course will cover Management Process Description (MPD) MPD.ADM.02.03

The purpose of MPD.ADM.02.03 is to provide you with an overview of our New World Camelid Service.

If you are reading this as a document update, any changes that have been made to the document since the previous version will be highlighted in grey so pay careful attention to these.

Restrictions for this MPD:

  • The process detailed may only be performed by trained staff

 

SOP.ADM.03.03 New World Camelid Veterinary Processing Service

The following course will cover the SOP.ADM.03.03

This SOP covers the process of dealing with a Camelid inquiry to PBB and this training is considered to be necessary for your role.

Note: Some associated documents may be included in this training, but it is expected that any that are not, but are relevant to your role are reviewed by you independently as part of this training.

 

SOP.PRO.08.04 Separation of New World Camelid Whole Blood into Packed Red Blood Cells and Frozen Plasma

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.PRO.08.04

The purpose of SOP.PRO.08.04 is to train you with regards to:

  • Process whole blood donations into specific multiple products

Restrictions for this SOP:

  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBBUK staff who have been trained in this procedure
  • All processing of donations must be carried out in the designated clean area
  • Personal protective equipment must be worn when processing donations
  • No food or drink may be stored or consumed within the designated clean area

Please Note: Any associated documents or forms will be touched upon in this course, however these will also be available in more detail as stand alone courses

SOP.TES.04.06 Quarantine, Release and Failing of Blood Products

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.TES.04.06

The purpose of SOP.TES.04.06 is to explain the process used to prevent the sale and issue of blood products subject to various blood tests until results have been authorised.

Restrictions for this SOP:

  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBB staff who have been trained in this procedure
  • Release or failure of units in quarantine may only be authorised by the Veterinary Supervisor or an authorised veterinary surgeon using INF/TES/14
  • No food or drink may be stored or consumed within the designated clean area.

Please Note: Some associated documents may be included in this course, but it is expected that you independently reference any that are not, but are relevant to your role as part of this training.

SOP.QUA.06.05 (DAT) Donor Adverse Reaction Procedure

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.QUA.06.05

The purpose of SOP.QUA.06.05 is to train you with regards to:

  • ensuring that donors who have an adverse reaction to the donation procedure receive treatment and preventative care is taken to reduce further issues
  • ensuring that blood collected is safe for recipients
  • ensuring donors are fit and well to donate in the future
  • to report and monitor donor adverse reactions

Restrictions for the SOP:

  • Decisions on the donor continuing on the donor programme can only be carried out by a qualified veterinary surgeon
  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBBUK staff who have been trained in this procedure

MPD.EQU.01.05 Pet Blood Bank Equipment Procedure

The following course will cover Management Process Description (MPD) MPD.EQU.01.05

The purpose of MPD.EQU.01.05 is to provide you with training on how PBB classifies and identifies its equipment so that their servicing and maintenance requirements can be met to ensure the equipment is functioning correctly.

 

Restrictions for this MPD:

  • May only be carried out by staff trained to this procedure.
  • No equipment can be put to routine use until full validation and acceptance procedures have been completed.

Please Note: Any associated documents or forms referred to in this course will be available via our secure document site Nexus or on request from the Training Department.