medical consumables and equipment

Rules for Ordering POM   (P medications are okay to order)

WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU THE COMPANY  -

A signed requisition on your company letterhead clearly stating your certifications with registration numbers and the general use for the medications. Please fax or email (high-quality scan) to: 0208 8594 0324 or websales@le-west.co.uk.

We will proceed with your order but YOU MUST THEN MAIL the HARD COPY to us for our records :

L E West, Ltd – Online Services
The iO Centre – Unit 18
59 – 71 River Road
Barking
IG11 0DR

ALTERNATIVELY YOU MAY USE THIS READY-MADE FORM BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW

 

Please note these rules are non-negotiable. If you have any questions, please email us at websales@le-west.co.uk with the subject “Occupational Health POM enquiry”.

Further guidelines and clairification is below.

A person operating an “occupational health scheme,” that is, a scheme in which a person, in the course of  a business, provides facilities for his employees for the treatment or prevention of disease may supply all medicinal products.

However, the supply must be in the course of the scheme. In the case of prescription-only medicines (POM), these may only be supplied to the person operating the scheme in response to an order in writing signed by a doctor or a registered nurse.

The individual supplying or administering the medicines in the course of the scheme, if not a doctor, must be a registered nurse acting in accordance with the written instructions of a doctor. The written directions should state the circumstances in which the POM in question should be used. The supply must only be made in the course of an occupational health scheme.

The administration of parenteral POMs shall be in the course of an occupational health scheme. The individual administering the POM to the patient, if not a doctor nor a person action in accordance with the directions of a doctor must be a registered nurse acting in accordance with the written instructions of a doctor. The written directions should state the circumstances in which the POM in question should be used.

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