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Medical Waste Management

 

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The regulations governing  medical waste disposal are found in the . Medical waste is defined as biohazardous, pathology, pharmaceutical, trace chemotherapy, or sharps waste that is generated or produced as a result of the:

  • diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of human beings or animals in a health care setting
  • research pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or animals
  • production or testing of microbiologicals
  • research using human or animal pathogens
  • the accumulation of properly contained home-generated sharps waste
  • the removal of trauma-scene wastes

Disposal of Medical Waste

NEW! MEDICAL WASTE MANAGMENT TRAINING*

  • Disposal locations
    • S&E 1: Room 144 (cage in loading dock)
    • S&E 2: Main floor cage on opposite wall from the freight elevator
    • Castle: Caged area in the rear parking lot
  • Dry Waste? Liquid Waste? Sharps?
    • View/print the medical waste disposal guidelines table HERE
    • When sealing the dry waste bag, use tape to "gooseneck" the bag (see images below)
  • Waste labeling must include the name of your PI and lab location
    • Request waste labels specific to your lab by emailing biosafety@net-alisveris.com and include the PI's name, building and lab room number

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* Training Photos Credit