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.
Following an enquiry from a customer requesting possible changes to one of our products we have successfully developed the 50-3025W. The customer was using a large amount of the product, 50-3025 – 4 way Stopcock with a 25cm Extension line, but commented that they would prefer white ends as opposed to red. Having considered the volume they would order we completed […]
We recently converted our whole building to state of the art LED lighting with automatic switching and this has resulted in a 77% reduction in electricity usage. LEDs do not have the environmental issues that are common to traditional lighting solutions like fluorescents which contain mercury internal to the bulb therefore requiring special handling at […]
Being aware of the impact of vehicle emissions on the environment, a decision has been made to convert to hybrid or fully electric vehicles. Our first hybrid was purchased in October 2017 and we will continue to monitor the development of these vehicles and introduce more in the future.