Central Alerting System Data

Central Alerting System is a web-based system for issuing patient safety alerts and other safety critical guidance to the NHS and independent health and social care providers, in England. NHS trusts are required to respond to alerts and to indicate, using CAS, when they have completed the actions required to implement alerts, or to confirm that no action is required.

This monthly response data is made available on the last Thursday of each month in the form of Excel workbooks. Previous spreadsheets (from January 2011 – February 2012) are available on the NPSA’s website.

Download Interpreting response data from the Central Alerting System (PDF,40K).

CAS response monthly data published in 2013

The Department publishes monthly snapshot data on responses received from all NHS Trusts to NPSA alerts going back to 2004.  The data, in the form of a spreadsheet, indicates the current status of NPSA alerts within each trust as recorded … Read more → – CAS response monthly data published in 2013

CAS response monthly data published in 2012

The Department publishes monthly snapshot data on responses received from all NHS Trusts to NPSA alerts going back to 2004.  The data, in the form of a spreadsheet, indicates the current status of NPSA alerts within each trust as recorded … Read more → – CAS response monthly data published in 2012