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What are the Rules in Florida on Keeping Medical Waste Manifests?

Know the mandates to ensure you’re compliant If your facility generates any kind of medical waste, you are already aware of the many rules and regulations you must adhere to to ensure compliance with state and federal agencies. One such mandate is the record-keeping of all waste generated and removed from your facility. The medical…
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New EPA Rule for Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals in Florida

What you need to know In February of 2019, the EPA issued a new rule for hazardous waste management that establishes streamlined standards for the healthcare industry. If you’re operating a medical facility of any kind in Florida, it’s always important to be aware of and stay on top of the latest rules and regulations…
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Medical Waste Disposal Laws in Florida

Are You in Compliance? Medical facilities in Florida are required to follow state and federal regulations when it comes to disposing of waste—this includes every kind of healthcare-related organization imaginable, including treatment and surgical centers, diagnostic centers, doctor’s and dental offices, veterinarian practices and many more. You may assume that since you’re not blatantly breaking…
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Is it Medical Waste?

Determining if certain items are hazardous Medical waste seems pretty cut and dry, right? If you work in a health-related profession you’re familiar with sharps, pathogens, blood and other bodily fluid waste. But what about other, more obscure items? Here’s a quick guide to a few that you may not have even considered, but could…
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Biohazard waste: Test your knowledge

Top facts healthcare providers need to know Tons of bio hazardous waste is disposed of each year from healthcare facilities, treatment centers, surgical centers and other similar organizations. Although state and federal regulations require healthcare professionals to follow mandates when it comes to disposal, continuous training is necessary to ensure that accidents are minimized and…
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E-Cigarettes & Vape Pens

Safe Disposal E-cigarettes and vape pens are the latest rage—people of all ages across the world are switching from traditional cigarettes to these devices. In fact, stats show that more than 10 million people in America are vaping daily, which equates to one in twenty adults. Because of this, waste management facilities around the United…
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Pet Diabetes

Insulin injections & sharps disposal Approximately 1 in every 100 dogs and 1 in every 500 cats over the age of 12 are diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. Although it mostly effects older dogs and cats, younger pets can also become afflicted. Just like humans, animals who suffer from this disease are having trouble producing enough…
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Unused Opioids: Safe Disposal

Preventing deadly consequences Every day in the USA 130 people die from an opioid overdose—enough to deem this nationwide crisis an epidemic. On April 27, 2019, the FDA launched a campaign to spread awareness about the importance of properly disposing of unused opioids and the role that all Americans play in this critical issue. The…
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Personal Protection Equipment

Priorities for your workers As the operator of a medical facility, it’s your responsibility to ensure the safety and welfare of everyone who visits—and everyone who works for you. While patients and others who may come and go on a daily basis are at risk for exposure to infectious materials, your staff faces an even…
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The Measles Outbreak

Are you at risk? As of this writing, there have been more than 800 people diagnosed with measles in the United States. A disease that was eradicated in the year 2000, measles is highly contagious and presents a potentially serious risk to those who contract it. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the…
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