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Licensing information | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk We license more than 800 establishments that store and use human tissue for purposes such as patient treatment, organ transplantation, post mortem examination, research, teaching, and public exhibitions.

Human application | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk Under the Human Tissue (Quality and Safety for Human Application) Regulations 2007 (Q&S Regulations), the HTA licenses and inspects establishments that undertake the procurement, testing, processing, storage, distribution, import and export of tissues and cells for human application.

Inspections | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk Under the Human Tissue Act 2004 (HT Act) the HTA has a statutory responsibility to make judgements about the suitability of: the Designated Individual; Licence Applicant (Holder); premises and practices in relation to the licensed activities. These responsibilities are set out in Schedule 3 to the HT Act and are summarised below for ease of reference.

HTA Guide to Quality and Safety Assurance for Human ...

Www.hta.gov.uk HTA Guide to Quality and Safety Assurance for Human Tissues and Cells for Patient Treatment . Published: January 2021 . Preamble This guide explains the …

Designated Individuals and Licence Holders under the Human ...

Www.hta.gov.uk Designated IndividualsDesignated Individuals have a key role to play in implementing the requirements of the Human Tissue Act. They are the person under whose supervision the licensed activity is authorised to be carried out. They have the primary (legal) responsibility under …

Site visit inspection report on compliance with HTA ...

Www.hta.gov.uk 2017-10-31 – 11-1 12073 Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital inspection report – FINAL 1 Site visit inspection report on compliance with HTA licensing standards

Key information for Designated Individuals | Human Tissue ...

Www.hta.gov.uk We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic is presenting establishments with unprecedented challenges and we recognise the current pressures they are facing.During this emergency period, it is likely that Designated Individuals (DIs) will have to adapt quickly to …

Storage capacity and contingency arrangements in mortuaries

Www.hta.gov.uk 5 About the HTA 14. The Human Tissue Authority (HTA) is a regulator set up in 2005 following events in the 1990s that revealed a culture in hospitals of

When should I report an SAE / SAR to the HTA? | Human ...

Www.hta.gov.uk Jun 26, 2019  · The initial notification to the HTA should be made within 24 hours of the discovery or determination of the SAE or SAR by the licensed establishment. Third parties and end users should be instructed to report to the licensed establishment within 24 hours of their discovery of SAEs or SARs. Tissue establishments should be able to respond to SAEs and SARs within this time frame

Guidance on traceability procedures of the deceased ...

Www.hta.gov.uk The HTA traceability licensing standards aim to ensure that procedures to identify the deceased are robust. This is important to protect the dignity of the deceased.T1(a): Bodies are tagged or labelled upon arrival at the mortuary.T1(b): There is a system to track each body from admission to the mortuary to release for burial or cremation (for example, mortuary register,

Organ trafficking: modern day slavery | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk In part, the Human Tissue Act 2004 was introduced to ensure that living organ donors have made an informed and voluntary decision to donate their organ; free from duress, coercion and reward.Organ trafficking and modern day slavery is a concern for all healthcare professionals.

HTA licensing of emergency mortuary facilities | Human ...

Www.hta.gov.uk The HTA regulates establishments in England, Wales and Northern Ireland that conduct licensed activities under the Human Tissue Act 2004 (HT Act).

Satellite premises | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk What are satellite premises? The HTA licenses premises in three ways: standalone premises, hub premises and satellite premises. Standalone premises are where an …

Preparation Process Dossiers guidance | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk It is a mandatory requirement that the processes used to prepare tissue or cells for patient treatment (human application) do not render them clinically ineffective or harmful, and they must be validated.The validation of the processes may be based on:

Management and traceability of tissue samples retained by ...

Www.hta.gov.uk It is a mandatory requirement that the processes used to prepare tissue or cells for patient treatment (human application) do not render them clinically ineffective or harmful, and they must be validated.The validation of the processes may be based on:

Licence application guidance | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk The HTA licenses a number of activities relating to human tissue. We are also responsible for carrying out inspections to ensure licence conditions are being met. These activities are laid out in the Human Tissue Act and associated Regulations.The activities licensed by the HTA are:

Donating your body | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk Coronavirus: COVID-19 Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, medical schools have been unable to accept body donations.

Guidance for professionals - | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk Guidance for professionals. The filter and search function on this page allows you to refine down the full list of guidance that we provide for professionals to find specific items.

Protecting public confidence; ensuring professional standards

Www.hta.gov.uk Contents 1 - 2 3 - 4 5 - 6 20 19 17 - 18 15 - 16 13 - 14 11 - 12 9 - 10 7 - 8 A message from our Chair About the Human Tissue Authority Our year in highlights

Standards and guidance | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk Dec 02, 2018  · We have created separate documents that provide additional guidance for our licensing Standards for Codes B, C, D and E.The purpose of these guidance documents is to assist licensed establishments to meet the HTA’s licensing requirements. The documents contain additional information and examples of how to meet certain Standards. These documents will be reviewed regularly to

Site visit audit report on compliance with HTA requirements

Www.hta.gov.uk 2013 – 05 – 21-22 NHS Lothian 40024 – audit report 3 Background to the establishment and description of audit activities undertaken The transplant unit at the …

HTA legal directions | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk Under the Human Tissue Act, the HTA has the power to issue its expected standards (or Directions) to establishments. This means that the HTA can issue general Directions to establishments to take into account changes in policy and legislation. The HTA may also make Directions that are specific to a particular establishment.

Code of Practice and Standards - Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk 3 Introduction to the Human Tissue Authority Codes of Practice 1. The Human Tissue Authority’s (HTA) regulatory remit is defined in the Human

Importing tissues and cells for human application if you ...

Www.hta.gov.uk The Transition Period ended on 31 December 2020. This has resulted in regulatory changes within the UK. These may differ for Great Britain and Northern Ireland as the Government ensures it meets its obligation of implementing the Northern Ireland Protocol.The HTA will continue to be the ‘Competent Authority’ in Northern Ireland for the regulation of tissues and cells for human

Eight things you should consider before setting up a ...

Www.hta.gov.uk Jun 27, 2019  · Professor Andy Hall, a member of our board, explains what needs to be considered before setting up a biobank.. 1. Why do I want to do it? Setting up a tissue biobank can be time-consuming and challenging and will generally lead to neither fame nor fortune so it pays to think carefully about the reasons for starting such a project in the first place.

Licence fees and payments 2021/22 | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk Information on Human Tissue Authority licence fees for the 2021/22 business year can be found in the table below.

Cord blood banking FAQs | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk Dec 14, 2020  · Get the facts on cord blood banking; your rights, your options and what you should know. This information is provided by the Human Tissue Authority, the regulator for human tissue.

Organ/part organ that cannot be transplanted into the ...

Www.hta.gov.uk This is an explanation of the measures that transplant units should take when preparing living organ donors for the very rare possibility that their organ/part organ (which is otherwise transplantable), cannot be transplanted into the intended recipient. The purpose of this process is to ensure that living donor organs are not “wasted”.The Human Tissue Act 2004 (Persons who

Post Mortem Standards and Guidance

Www.hta.gov.uk HTA Guidance Updated: April 2020 5 HTA licensing standards Consent C1 Consent is obtained in accordance with the requirements of the Human Tissue Act 2004 (HT Act) and as set out in the HTA’s Codes of Practice a) There is a documented policy which governs consent for post-mortem

Material covered by the Human Tissue (Quality and Safety ...

Www.hta.gov.uk The list below provides guidance on which types of tissues and cells are regulated under the Human Tissue (Quality and Safety for Human Application) Regulations, 2007 (as amended) (the Regulations).It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of the tissues and cells covered by the Regulations; rather, it provides information about various tissues and cells that stakeholders

Record retention | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk HTA-licensed NHS Trusts should adhere to the Records Management: NHS Code of Practice, available on the Department of Health and Social Care website, Records Management Code of Practice for Health and Social Care 2016.. This sets out what people working with or in NHS organisations in England need to do to manage records correctly.

About Independent Assessors (IAs) | Human Tissue Authority

Www.hta.gov.uk May 20, 2020  · IAs act as a representative of the HTA to ensure the requirements of the Human Tissue Act 2004 (The HT Act) and associated Regulations are met in all cases of living organ donation.

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