Sharps Disposal Bins

The safe management and disposal of sharps waste is vital to eliminate the risk of sharps injuries and ensure compliance with hazardous waste regulations.

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Why do we use sharps bins?

There are a number of benefits to having safe yellow sharps bins in the workplace. The biggest advantage is to reduce the risk of blood-borne viruses such as HIV, HBV & HCV and other diseases that can be contracted through contaminated sharps i.e., syringes, scalpels or needles.

How does a sharps bin work?

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A sharps container is a hard plastic container that is used to safely dispose of hypodermic needles and other sharp medical instruments, such as IV catheters and disposable scalpels. They are often sealable and self-locking, as well as rigid, which prevents waste from penetrating or damaging the sides of the container.

What should go into a sharps container?

Officially though, says you should put things like needles, syringes, lancets, auto-injecting pens, and connection needles into the sharps container.