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Preface

This is the first edition of CAN/CSA-Z314, Canadian medical device reprocessing. It replaces CSA Z314.0, Z314.3, Z314.8, Z314.10.1, Z314.10.2, Z314.14, Z314.15, Z314.22, and Z314.23.

This Standard addresses the safe and effective reprocessing of medical devices and supplies.

CSA acknowledges that the development of this Standard was made possible, in part, by the financial support of the governments of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, and Yukon, as administered by the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH).

Scope

1.1
This Standard is intended to address the safe, effective, and reliable reprocessing of reusable medical devices at each phase of the reprocessing workflow, including

a) establishing a QMS for the MDRD, including

    i) key performance indicators;

    ii) policies and procedures;

    iii) documentation;

    iv) roles and responsibilities;

    v) management review;

    vi) planning, resources and operations;

    vii) environmental conditions and infrastructure; and

    viii) recalls and alerts;
b) personnel requirements, including

    i) qualifications;

    ii) occupational health and safety; and

    iii) infection prevention and control;
c) manufacturer?s instructions for use (MIFUs);

d) evaluation and purchase of reprocessing equipment and reusable medical devices;

e) loaned, reusable medical devices;

f) work areas and design;

g) environmental conditions;

h) utilities (e.g., power supply, water, and steam quality);

i) the reprocessing workflow, including

    i) decontamination;

    ii) preparation of medical devices for reprocessing;

    iii) sterile barrier systems;

    iv) sterilization methods;

    v) storage, transportation, and distribution; and

    vi) equipment maintenance and quality assurance;
j) sterile storage;

k) selection and use of gowns and drapes; and

l) laundering, maintenance, and preparation of reusable gowns, drapes, and wrappers.

1.2
This Standard applies to health care settings or providers where medical device reprocessing occurs including, but not limited to

a) all acute care hospitals;

b) trauma centres;

c) emergency care facilities;

d) medical clinics with or without overnight stay or observation;

e) endoscopy centres;

f) laser eye clinics;

g) outpatient surgical services;

h) cosmetic surgical offices;

i) dental general and surgical facilities;

j) other office surgical facilities;

k) general physician offices (with and without treatment spaces);

l) stand-alone laboratory facilities;

m) diagnostic imaging centres;

n) nursing homes;

o) long-term care facilities;

p) assisted-living facilities;

q) mental health facilities;

r) forensic facilities;

s) rehabilitation facilities;

t) additional services facilities;

u) chronic care facilities;

v) group homes;

w) hospice care facilities;

x) stand-alone dialysis clinics;

y) ambulatory clinics;

z) walk-in health clinics;

aa) physiotherapy clinics;

ab) pediatric clinics;

ac) public health clinics;

ad) adult daycare centres;

ae) third-party reprocessors;

af) educational settings; and

ag) private entrepreneurs.

1.3
This Standard does not address

a) single-use/disposable medical devices; and

Note: Information concerning safety, technology, cost/benefit, and legal issues involving the reuse of such medical devices is found in such publications as, CADTH (2015). See also https://www.canada.ca/en/healthcanada/services/drugs-health-products/medical-devices/activities/announcements/update-noticestakeholders-regulatory-approach-commercial-reprocessing-medical-devices-originally-labelled-single-use.html.

b) medical devices that have been used with patients who are known or suspected to have Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) or prion-related diseases.
 

Document History

  1. CAN/CSA Z314-18

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    Canadian medical device reprocessing

    • Most Recent
  2. CSA Z314.23-16


    Chemical sterilization of reusable medical devices in health care settings

    • Historical Version
  3. CSA Z314.22-16


    Management of loaned, reusable medical devices

    • Historical Version
  4. CSA Z314.15-15


    Storage, transportation, and distribution of single use and reusable medical devices

    • Historical Version
  5. CSA Z314.14-15


    Selection and use of packaging (sterile barrier systems) in healthcare settings

    • Historical Version
  6. CSA Z314.10.1-15


    Selection and use of gowns and drapes intended for use in health care facilities

    • Historical Version
  7. CSA Z314.10.2-15


    Laundering, maintenance, and preparation of reusable gowns, drapes, and wrappers for health care settings and laundries

    • Historical Version
  8. CSA Z314.3-14


    Effective sterilization in health care settings by the steam process

    • Historical Version
  9. CSA Z314.8-14


    Decontamination of Reusable Medical Devices

    • Historical Version
  10. CSA Z314.0-13


    Medical device reprosessing - General requirements

    • Historical Version
  11. CSA Z314.23-12


    Chemical sterilization of reusable medical devices in health care facilities

    • Historical Version
  12. CSA Z314.22-10 (R2015)


    Management of loaned, reusable medical devices, Includes Update No. 1 (2011)

    • Historical Version
  13. CSA Z314.14-10 (R2015)


    Selection and Use of Rigid Sterilization Containers

    • Historical Version
  14. CAN/CSA Z314.15-10 (R2015)


    Warehousing, storage, and transportation of clean and sterile medical devices

    • Historical Version
  15. CAN/CSA Z314.10.1-10 (R2015)


    Selection and use of gowns, drapes, and wrappers in health care facilities

    • Historical Version
  16. CAN/CSA Z314.10.2-10 (R2015)


    Laundering, maintenance, and preparation of multiple-use gowns, drapes, and wrappers in health care facilities

    • Historical Version
  17. CSA Z314.3-09 (R2014)


    Effective sterilization in health care facilities by the steam process

    • Historical Version
  18. CAN/CSA Z314.8-08 (R2013)


    Decontamination of Reusable Medical Devices

    • Historical Version
  19. CAN/CSA Z314.14-04


    Selection and Use of Rigid Sterilization Containers

    • Historical Version
  20. CAN/CSA Z314.22-04


    Management of Loaned, Shared, and Leased Medical Devices, Includes Update No. 1 (2006)

    • Historical Version
  21. CAN/CSA Z314.15-03 (R2008)


    Warehousing, Storage, and Transportation of Clean and Sterile Medical Devices

    • Historical Version
  22. CAN/CSA Z314.10-03 (R2008)


    Selection, Use, Maintenance, and Laundering of Reusable Textile Wrappers, Surgical Gowns, and Drapes for Health Care Facilities

    • Historical Version
  23. CAN/CSA Z314.3-01 (R2006)


    Effective Sterilization in Health Care Facilities by the Steam Process

    • Historical Version
  24. CAN/CSA Z314.8-00 (R2005)


    Decontamination of Reusable Medical Devices

    • Historical Version
  25. CAN/CSA Z314.10-97


    Selection, Use, Maintenance and Laundering of Reusable Textile Wrappers, Surgical Gowns and Drapes for Health Facilities

    • Historical Version
  26. CSA Z314.14-93 (R1999)


    Selection and Use of Rigid Sterilization Containers

    • Historical Version
  27. CAN/CSA Z314.3-M91


    Effective Sterilization in Hospitals by the Steam Process

    • Historical Version