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The E. Coli Outbreak

What you need to know It’s all over the news and the web, the outbreak of E. Coli that’s causing widespread concern and panic among many people across the United States. Should you be worried? The short answer is yes, because even though they’ve traced the outbreak to romaine lettuce grown in Arizona, experts are…
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Safe Medicine disposal: Best Practices

Trash, flush or authorized collector? When was the last time you cleaned out your medicine cabinet? If you’re like many Americans, it’s likely you haven’t touched many of the items in a year, maybe more. A survey conducted in 2017 showed that one-third of Americans hadn’t cleaned out their medicine cabinets in a year and…
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EpiPens: Safe disposal

Best practices for EpiPen users To those with allergies, EpiPens are lifesaving tools that they cannot be without. People with severe allergies often have several of these epinephrine auto injectors, keeping one at home, one in their car and one on their person at all times to ensure they are never caught in a dangerous…
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Your Medical Waste: What happens when it’s hauled away

What happens next? If you’re working with a qualified medical waste disposal company, it’s likely that you never give your medical waste a second thought after it leaves your facility. As a healthcare professional, managing hazardous and bio hazardous medical waste is key to your safety and the health and safety of your team and…
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Diabetes: Proper disposal of waste materials

Best practices to reduce risk Diabetes has become more and more common in the United States, a condition that can require the patient to inject themselves with insulin and check their blood sugar levels, two to four times a day. In 2015, more than 30 million Americans had diabetes, that’s nearly 10 percent of the…
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Following OSHA Regulations

Top Three Ways to Get in Big Trouble As a professional in the healthcare industry, it’s critical to ensure that your facility follows the regulations set forth by OSHA and your local and state government. But when you’re running a busy organization, it’s easy to let certain regulations slip or to become complacent on rules…
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Regulated Medical Waste: What does it mean?

And what belongs in the red bag? Although most medical facilities spend their share of time training staff members about proper disposal of waste materials, it may surprise you to know that many items that don’t belong still end up in the red bag. And, it’s not uncommon for items that should be discarded in…
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Is your tattoo parlor OSHA compliant?

What you need to know to protect your business As the owner of a tattoo parlor, you’re no doubt well aware of the danger of needles and the risks involved with improperly discarding them. But it’s also critical for you to not only know and understand the mandates dictated by OSHA when it comes to…
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Glass in your Medical Practice

Sharps Waste or not? When it comes to needles, syringes, lancets, auto-injectors, scalpels and any other sharp objects that can prick or cut the skin—the protocol for disposal is widely understood. These items, deemed by the medical industry as sharps, have their own approved waste disposal containers. But what about glass in your medical practice…
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Sharps: Managing disposal safely

Top rules to follow to reduce risk As a medical professional you are well aware of the risks associated with sharps, needles and other materials used in your practice. Reducing the potential for exposure via an accidental prick, cuts or other forms of contact is key to protecting your staff, your patients, the environment and…
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