Maintaining our efforts to reduce our carbon footprint, BMS have recently installed two charging points for company use on site. As all of our employees live within a 10 mile radius, this has reduced the amount of carbon emissions generated as employees can now travel to and from work on all electric power.
BMS Critical care would like to thank everybody that came to visit us on our stand at the BACCN exhibition at Nottingham 2023. it was a great opportunity to showcase our products to you all and we look forward to seeing you again next year!
From 1st December 2022 BMS Critical Care will no longer be selling products carrying the CE mark. All of our products will carry the UKCA mark and will therefore continue to be placed on the market in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and there will be no interruption in supply. Thank you to all […]
215.150E – PVC Wide Bore Infusion Line, 150cm x 4mm ID (LATEX FREE) By popular request BMS Critical Care has now launched a 150cm version wide bore line to its portfolio. This DEHP free wide bore line is the newest edition to our ‘Eco range’ and is available to order directly or through NHSSC. Conveniently […]
Dear Customers, As the Coronavirus pandemic is still very much on-going, we wanted to update customers on our company movements and new procedures we have in place to ensure safety for both staff members, customers, and patients. Stock We are working hard and doing our best to ensure product lead times and deliveries are met. […]
Dear Customers, In light of recent events and developments regarding the outbreak of COVID-19, BMS Critical Care wanted to take the time to reassure you that the supply, safety and wellbeing of all customers is and remains our top priority. We wish to take a precautionary approach to how we engage with our customers and […]
We endeavour to make the world a greener place. Continuing our mission of reducing our carbon footprint, BMS has recently purchased a cleaner and more economical forklift. Equipped with modern safety aspects such as blue light reversing and sporting the highly visible lime green for our busy warehouse environment. Key benefits: Fewer parts and minimum […]
In 2017 there was an announcement by NHSSC that customers and suppliers should use GS1 barcoding standards and transact via PEPPOL. The Department of Health’s ‘eProcurement’ strategy lays out changes that will improve patient safety, drive efficiencies and achieve savings. A key element of this strategy is the adoption of common global standards as […]
In an effort to minimise our impact on the environment, BMS Critical Care have changed from bleached white cardboard boxes to environmentally friendly recyclable brown boxes. In addition to this we have increased shipment size and decreased shipment frequency to reduce our carbon footprint.