It does not go into 62353. Without going into copyright issues:
This British Standard specifies requirements for quality, safety and competence in medical physics, clinical engineering and physiological science services in healthcare. It can be used by service providers in developing their quality management systems and assessing the performance of their service and the competence of their staff. It specifies an ethical framework for good practice and research, and development and innovation, including the required roles, responsibilities, activities, facilities and equipment, education and training and competencies that are required for the delivery of such clinical scientific services. This standard can be used for confirming or recognizing the competence of these professional services by service users, regulating authorities and accreditation bodies.
Services for the maintenance of buildings and environmental conditions of healthcare facilities are not covered by this standard, although its main principles can be used to improve the provision of such services.
This standard does not address regulatory or legal requirements.