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Contractor Checklist
Section A: All contracts
Purpose of visit (new application / review existing practice / other) Visited by (Name, Job Title, Representing) Business type? (individual / partnership / body corporate) Is the contractor using a protected title? (Section 28 Opticians Act 1989) (65) Is this correctly used? (Section 28 Opticians Act 1989) (65) Companies House registration number (BC only) Are the business details held by NHS England/AT accurate and up-to-date? Contracts applied for/held (mandatory / additional / both) Hours of practice opening (including lunchtime closure) 6: Hours GOS normally provided (29, 66.3) 7: Performers in regular attendance (46, 66.4) Professional indemnity insurance by? (specify AOP, FODO, etc) Included in the Ophthalmic Performers List (OPL)? 8: Other clinical staff in attendance (51) DoB or first registration date (if applicable) Professional registration number (if applicable) Qualifications for post? (if unregistered, e.g. trained in house) Does the contractor ensure that all clinical staff have up to date professional registration? Does the contractor check the references of all registered clinical staff (including locums)? Does the contractor check that all performers are covered by up to date professional indemnity insurance(where applicable)? Has the contractor produced evidence that all employed optometrists and OMPs are included in the NHSEngland ophthalmic performers' list? Does the contractor ensure that NHS England/AT is informed of any changes to the performers providingGOS at the practice? (Please include method e.g. email/phone/fax as a note.) Does the contractor ensure that staff assisting in the provision of GOS are appropriately trained andsupervised for the tasks that they undertake? Does the contractor ensure that clinical procedures are appropriate, especially at times when a supervisingpractitioner is not on the premises, eg. repeat fields and pressures or child or blind or partially sighteddispensing? Contractor has up to date arrangements for cover in cases of clinical negligence? (89) Current Employers liability cover? (Employers Liability [Compulsory Insurance] Act 1969) (100) Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA registration)? (assemblers/manufacturersonly) (28) 11: GOS sight test application procedures Practice staff routinely undertake Point of Service checks? (37) Practice staff understand that they must routinely note date of last sight test (not just date of last NHS sighttest) on GOS 1 and GOS 6 (37.3) Practice staff are familiar with recommended minimum GOS sight test intervals as set out in theMemorandum of Understanding and reproduced in Vouchers at a Glance? Contractor records reasons when sight tests are refused to patients except in cases where a sight test isnot necessary or the patient is not eligible? (40) Patient is offered a choice of performer where appropriate (25A) The practice offers all GOS patient groups equal access to appointments during GOS hours (39) The practice is aware of the ongoing requirement to notify NHS England/AT of changes to the times atwhich the contractor is willing to provide GOS (29) Contractor has an up to date Freedom of Information Act statement and this is available to patients? (100)(Freedom of Information Act 2000) Registered with Information Commissioner for Data protection (patient data held on computer or otherelectronic device)? (100) (Data Protection Act 1998) Name and title of person responsible for practices and procedures relating to confidentiality? (56) The practice policy on handling patient data is available to patients? (100) (Data Protection Act 1998,Freedom of Information Act 2000) Staff are aware how to handle patient data correctly? (100) (Data Protection Act 1998) Has the practice received from NHS England/AT (or have you obtained for yourself) details of local childprotection arrangements? (100) Has the practice received from NHS England/AT (or have you obtained for yourself) details of arecommended lone worker policy for optometry? (100) Has the practice received from NHS England/AT (or have you obtained for yourself) details of arecommended chaperone policy for optometry? (100) If gifts valued at more than 100 have been received does the contractor maintain a gifts register? (92) Patient records are securely stored. If electronic, backups are made regularly and kept separately andsecurely? (52) GOS records are retained for 7 years in either paper or electronic form? (54) Contractor is aware of professional recommendations to keep records for longer? (i.e. adults and deceasedpatients for 10 years; children to 25th birthday) The practice maintains full and accurate contemporaneous records for all GOS patients? (52) Each clinical record contains items from the following list as appropriate to the individual patient:symptoms/reason for visit, ocular history, general health, medications, family ocular history, unaidedvision/visual acuity, BV, etc.
Is it easy to identify from the records which performer undertook the sight test? Contractor is aware of any local protocols for referral to GPs / referral management or triage centre /ophthalmology department? (31)(100) When required a written referral is made to the patients GP/referral management centre/ophthalmologydepartment and the urgency of the referral is indicated when appropriate? Is the patient informed in writing of the details of their referral? (Sight Testing [Examination and Prescription][No. 2] Regulations 1989) (100) Contractors ensure that patients are handed their prescription or statement? (33) Contractor has a written NHS compliant complaints procedure and is aware of requirement to reportannually the number of complaints received? (It is helpful for NHS England/AT to provide a notification formfor this purpose.) (103A) The complaints procedure is available to patients and staff? (101) Name of person responsible for dealing with complaints? (108) Contractor maintains a separate record of all complaints and associated paperwork for 2 years? (112) Contractor is aware and has ensured that all staff are aware of the obligation to report adverse incidentspotentially affecting the performance of the contract? (66) The contractor receives Safety Alerts from the NHS England/AT within an appropriate timescale? Contractor adheres to the requirements or recommendations of MHRA medical device alerts (MDAs) andsafety alert broadcasts (SABs)? (28) Section B: Mandatory contracts only
Type of premises? (purpose built / converted / commercial / health centre / other) Practice is on? (ground floor / first floor / other) Car parking? (own parking / on-street parking / nearby public car park / difficult) Current Notice of eligibility for NHS eye examination is displayed (description of services)? (57) Current Notice of eligibility for NHS voucher towards the cost of spectacles is displayed? (57) A complaints notice including the name of responsible person and contact details is displayed? (57) Valid Certificate of Employers Liability is displayed? (Employers Liability [Compulsory Insurance] Act 1969)(100) Details of business ownership/registered office are displayed? (Business Names Act 1985) (100) Health and Safety Poster is displayed (or copies supplied to individual employees)? (25) No smoking sign is displayed? (Health Act 2006) (100) Health and safety risk assessment done? (must be documented if >5 people working there) Contractor is aware of reporting responsibilities under RIDDOR? (100) (Reporting Injuries Diseases andDangerous Occurrences Act 1995) A suitable first aid kit is available and location clearly identified? (100) (First Aid Regulations 1981) Contractor has an identified person who is responsible for first aid arrangements? (100) (First AidRegulations 1981) Contractor has an accident record book? (100) (First Aid Regulations 1981) Portable appliance and fixed installation electrical (PAT) testing and/or regular visual inspection ofappliances is carried out? (100) (Electricity at Work Regulations 1989) 20: Risk assessment: non clinical areas (25) Non clinical areas (stairs, passageways etc) are clean and tidy? Non clinical areas areas has adequate lighting? Non clinical areas areas are clear of trip hazards? Traffic routes in non clinical areas are clear of obstructions? Reasonable patient access in non clinical areas? (100) (Disability Discrimination Acts 1995 & 2005) 21: Risk assessment: reception and waiting areas (25) Reception and waiting areas are clean and tidy? Reception and waiting areas have adequate lighting? Reception and waiting areas are clear of trip hazards? Traffic routes in reception and waiting areas are clear of obstructions? Reasonable patient access in reception and waiting areas? (100) (Disability Discrimination Acts 1995 &2005) Suitable and sufficient seating in reception and waiting areas? Layout of reception and waiting areas respects the need for patient confidentiality? There is a facility for confidential telephone calls to be made by the optometrist/OMP, eg for urgentreferrals? 22: Risk assessment: dispensing area (25) Dispensing area has suitable and sufficient seating? Dispensing area is clear of trip hazards? Traffic routes in dispensing area are free from obstructions? Reasonable patient access in dispensing area? (100) (Disability Discrimination Acts 1995 & 2005) Layout of dispensing area respects the need for patient confidentiality? 23: Risk assessment: consulting area (25) Consulting room is clear of trip hazards? Traffic routes in consulting room are not obstructed? Reasonable patient access in consulting room? (100) (Disability Discrimination Acts 1995 & 2005) Suitable and sufficient seating in consulting room? (25) Constructed to be suitable for confidential consultations? (25) Distance test chart for children/non-English/learning disability? All equipment is in working order and is fit for purpose? Mydriatic drugs available and in date? (e.g. tropicamide) Cycloplegic drugs available and in date? (e.g. cyclopentalate) Staining agents available and in date? (e.g. fluorescein/rose Bengal) Anti-infective drugs available and in date? (e.g. chloramphenicol) (not required) Topical anaesthetics available and in date? (e.g. proxymetacaine/oxybuprocaine) (not required) Drugs are stored appropriately and securely? (e.g. proxymetacaine and chloramphenicol in a fridge) Single dose drugs (eg. Minims) are used once and then discarded? Access to a wash hand basin? (Good practice for this to be within the consulting room) (28) Alcohol gel or alternative anti-bacterial hand rub available? (28) Staff aware of good hand washing practice? (28) Suitable procedures in place for decontamination of hard surfaces? (28) Suitable procedures for decontamination of reusable equipment? (28) Appropriate use of disposable and single use items? (28) Contractor aware of duty of care to appropriately dispose of waste? Contract in place for disposal of pharmaceutical waste? Record relating to medicines disposal kept for correct time period (transfer notes 2 years, consignmentnotes 3 years)? Section C: Additional contracts only
Is contractor aware of domiciliary code of practice? Is contractor aware of notification requirements for domiciliary visits? (24) Liquid soap where this is unlikely to be available at the premises visited or alternative means of cleaning thehands? (28) Paper towels where appropriate hand drying facilities are unlikely to be available on the premises visited?(28) Alcohol gel or alternative anti bacterial hand rub available? (28) Suitable procedures for decontamination of reusable equipment? (28) Appropriate use of disposable and single use items? (28) Contractor aware of duty of care to appropriately dispose of waste? Contract in place for disposal of pharmaceutical waste? Records relating to medicines disposal kept for correct time period (transfer notes 2 years, consignmentnotes 3 years)? Appropriate distance test chart (preferably internally illuminated)? A distance test chart suitable for children / non-English / learning disability? Magnification for anterior eye examination? All equipment is in working order and is fit for purpose? Mydriatic drugs available and in date? (e.g. tropicamide) Staining agents available and in date? (e.g. fluorescein/rose Bengal) Cycloplegic drugs available and in date? (e.g. cyclopentalate) (not required) Anti-infective drugs available and in date? (e.g. chloramphenicol) (not required) Topical anaesthetics available and in date? (e.g. proxymetacaine/oxybuprocaine) (not required) Drugs are stored appropriately and securely? (e.g. proxymetacaine and chloramphenicol in a fridge) Single dose drugs (eg. Minims) are used once and then discarded? Section D: Documentary evidence available for inspection
Clinical negligence insurance certificate for each performer or for contractor itself Evidence of current professional registration of all performers Clinical references for all new performers engaged since last self-assessment Evidence of inclusion in ophthalmic performers list for all new performers engaged since last self-assessment Current Employers Liability insurance certificate Current Public Liability insurance certificate Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) registration (assemblers/manufacturersonly) Record of patients refused a sight test since last self-assessment Up to date Freedom of Information Act statement Proof of registration with Information Commissioner Details of business ownership and/or registered office unless sole or partnership contractor trading underown name Health and safety risk assessment (compulsory to document if more than 5 people working in the business) Fire risk assessment (compulsory to document if more than 5 people working) Sample pharmaceutical waste transfer note and/or consignment note Patient information leaflet (Additional contracts only) Declaration: I certify that the information provided in the Level 1 Quality in Optometry checklist and list ofevidence is accurate to the best of my knowledge and truly represents the practice (contractors) provision ofservices under its current GOS

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