Harmony® Equipment Management Systems (EMS)

Harmony® Equipment Management Systems (EMS)


This on-site training for Equipment Technicians will provide you with the knowledge to operate and perform basic maintenance on the Harmony EMS.

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 Harmony® Equipment Management Systems (PDF)

Course Goal:

This course provides the student with an in depth understanding of how to operate the Harmony EMS and perform basic troubleshooting and adjustments. The student will learn the theory of operation and functional descriptions for major components and how to access the STERIS® website for technical information, technical assistance or place a service request.

Course Outcomes:

At the end of this course, the student will be able to:

  • verify all utilities are available to operate the Harmony EMS.
  • operate the Harmony EMS using the applicable arm accessory handles (single or double).
  • locate the preventive maintenance guide and learn how to use it to perform basic preventive maintenance on the Harmony EMS.
  • perform basic troubleshooting and adjustments.
  • put the Harmony EMS into a safe state.
  • clean the Harmony EMS.
  • access the STERIS service websites for assistance.
Why train at this location:

Training can be tailored to fit your specific needs and scheduled to fit your timeframe, at a time and location that are most convenient to your staff. Without ever leaving your facility, your staff can gain new skills, boost their confidence, and improve their productivity.

Equipment Needed:

Harmony EMS, meeting room, projector (optional), tools, personal protective equipment, fall protection

Additional Details
Duration 8 hours
Training Location Customer Facility
Target Audience: Healthcare Biomedical Equipment Technicians and Hospital Maintenance Technicians
Prerequisites: None
Min./Max. Class Size: 1 to 5
Assessment: None
Evaluations: End of course evaluation

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