Treatment of Medical Waste and Application of Sharps Containers

Medical waste refers to wastes with direct or indirect infectivity, toxicity, etc. produced by various medical and health institutions in medical treatment, prevention, health care, teaching, scientific research and other related activities. According to categories and attributes, it can be roughly divided into infectious wastes, such as medical wastes that carry pathogenic microorganisms and cause the risk of spreading infectious diseases. Harmful waste, such as discarded medical sharps that can stab or cut the human body. Pathological waste, such as human

Syringe Disposal

Syringes are one of the more commonly used medical devices. Please be sure to take them seriously after using them, otherwise they will cause serious environmental pollution. And the medical industry also has express regulations, on how to deal with the syringe disposal after use, let me share with you below.   The medical unit that uses and inoculates should deal with the destruction and disinfection of the syringe.   Build a complete accounting process and system for syringe allocation or

Sharps Waste&Medical Waste Disposal

Sharps waste and medical waste are both hazardous wastes. How to dispose of these medical wastes in specific operations? In today’s article, let’s take a look at how relevant departments deal with these wastes. There are strict safety management procedures for the disposal of hospital medical waste. The medical waste generated by each department is sorted by medical staff and placed in a special medical waste container. When the container reaches 3/4, it must be collected and packaged by the cleaning

Use the Sharps Box Correctly to Avoid Sharps Injury

Sharps injury is the main occupational hazard faced by clinical medical staff. In clinical nursing work, nurses have to complete a large number of injections, blood collection, infusion and other operations every day. It is also relatively large, and the use of medical sharps collection boxes is an effective measure to prevent and reduce sharps injuries to operators.In today’s article, let’s discuss the safe use of sharps boxes.  Volume of Sharps Box   The material of sharps box generally uses

Segregating Medical Waste and Improve Their Environment of Care

Segregating Medical Waste and Improve Their Environment of Care A healthcare facility generates many types of waste, some of which are bio-hazardous or hazardous and need to separate from other waste streams. As a medical waste generator, a healthcare organization is responsible for adequately sorting the waste. It produces and preparing it for disposal. Everyone working in your organization must recognize the different waste types and throw them away in the appropriate containers. There can be safety, compliance, and financial

Regulated medical waste Steps

Regulated medical waste Steps Step 1 segregation Separating waste type base on guideline that allow regulate waste acceptance policy and local requirements. Our company have specific container for biohazard waste, medical sharps waste container and reusable containers for different areas. Step2 packaging and labeling Packaging and labeling the waste base on the guideline requirement set by the government transportation. Packing your box for waste container. Then, marked the boxes by different waste type. Hence, it is easily transportation and incineration. Step

Understand the hazards of Sharps and Proper sharps Disposal

Understand the hazards of Sharps and Proper sharps Disposal Understand the hazards of sharps Sharps Container and Sharps are very common and widely using in our life. What are sharps? Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards state that a sharp is a contaminated and bio-hazardous object that can deeply puncture the skin. In medical environment, sharps include needles, syringes, scalpels, lancets, dental wires and etc. People can use sharps by themselves for ongoing chronic disease care, like insulin injection.

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