Medical Waste Disposal

By: BJ Neller   /   March 12, 2015

At Secure Waste Disposal, Inc. we live by one motto: What we do protects you. It is imperative that precautionary measures are taken when it involves the proper disposal of medical waste. This will help to prevent unnecessary exposure to infectious diseases for both you and your employees. “Regulated medical waste (RMW), also known as ‘biohazardous’ waste or ‘infectious medical’ waste, is the portion of the waste stream that may be contaminated by blood, body fluids or other potentially infectious materials, thus posing a significant risk of transmitting infection” (Healthcare Environmental Resource Center). Due to the level of risk involved in spreading infection, you will want an expert in the field to ensure compliance standards are met. With over 25 years of industry experience, you know you will be in good hands with Secure Waste Disposal. Their industry leading familiarly and understanding of the compliance standards are always well above the minimum standards. “Nearly all 50 states have enacted medical waste regulations to some extent” (Healthcare Environmental Resource Center). Once they enter the scene, there are two main concerns that Secure Waste handles immediately. First, they want to make sure that they reduce the possible exposure to any harmful or infectious contaminants in the surrounding area. Ensuring the health and safety of all employees is first and foremost their main priority. This is not a matter to be taken lightly as it can affect a person’s future, forever. The second factor is to meet the highest compliance standards. This will help to reduce any and all possible fines the company may face at a later date. Using Secure Waste Disposal services will help to minimize company fines later because compliance standards will be met every time. There are several different types of medical waste that Secure Waste Disposal can help regulate Human Blood, Sharps, Cultures, Pathological Waste and Contaminated animal carcass.  When it comes to any of these categories you want to protect you, your environment, and your employees. As with any industry, the law and regulations are ever-changing. Secure Waste is up-to-date with any and all changes to ensure the highest level of safety possible. It is not worth taking the risk with such a sensitive substance. Ensure you have hired the experience level necessary to tackle the clean-up properly.

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