JACIE accreditation

JACIE accreditation

Joint Accreditation Committee of the ISCT and the EBMT accreditation. Accreditation by JACIE (see there), which is regarded as confirmation that a haematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSC) centre in Europe is performing to the required level of practice in accordance with agreed standards of excellence.

JACIE accreditation allows a centre to certify that it operates an effective quality management system, that procedures are being performed in line with agreed standards with full participation by all staff members and that the centre’s clinical, collection and laboratory units are working together to achieve and sustain excellence in HSC transplantation.
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The service provider shall provide comprehensive stem cell storage and processing for the purchaser, Barts Health NHS Trust All activities must comply with Direction given under the Human Tissue Acts 2004 (HTA) and any subsequent Direction given by the HTA and JACIE Accreditation and European Union Directive (EUD) 2004/23EC, Setting standards on quality and safety for the donation, procurement, testing processing, preservation, storage and distribution of tissue and cells and the implementing EUD 2006/17EC and EUD2006/86EC.
The service provider shall provide comprehensive stem cell storage and processing for the purchaser, Barts Health NHS Trust All activities must comply with Direction given under the Human Tissue Acts 2004 (HTA) and any subsequent Direction given by the HTA and JACIE Accreditation and European Union Directive (EUD) 2004/23/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, Setting standards on quality and safety for the donation, procurement, testing processing, preservation, storage and distribution of tissue and cells and the implementing EUD Commission Directive 2006/17/EC and EUD Commission Directive 2006/86/EC.
Statutory requirements for traceability and documentation according to Cell Regulation (EC Cell Directive ), JACIE accreditation standard and "Directive 2010/32/EU-prevention from sharp injuries in the hospital and healthcare sector" must be followed.