Sharp container manufacturer:
Dailymag manufactures a whole range of biomedical waste collection centers. Dailymag sharps container range is very reliable. All of our products are specially designed following their supposed use. We use high quality polypropylene (plastic) for the manufacturing of sharps containers which makes our containers leakage, puncture, and spillage resistant. Sharp containers are essential to be placed at hospitals, vaccination centers, dispensaries, health care centers, nursing homes, blood collection centers, and laboratories and research centers because of the production of sharps on daily basis. Most of the biomedical sharps, for which Dailymag sharps containers are designed, include hypodermic needles, blades, syringes, lancets, ampules, injections, drug containers, etc. As sharps are very harmful, they must be disposed of as soon as possible. The best and most appropriate solution is to segregate the sharps at the site of their production and put them in specific sharps containers to reduce the possibility to get injured by them. Dailymag sharps containers range to include a wide variety of containers that meets the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines. All containers are designed to have hinged lids that are temporarily locked along with a specific opening through which sharps can be placed into the containers. Our sharps containers are eco-friendly and extremely reliable. Dailymag sharps containers are available in the market at a very reasonable price that does not burden our customer's budget.
Dailymag sharps container range includes disposable sharps containers, medical sharps boxes, needle containers, Sharp bin containers, sharps boxes, sharps safe containers, biomedical waste bins, and plastic sharps boxes. All these containers are available in different capacities I.e., from 1L to 20 to 30 L according to their supposed usage. Some of our containers are disposable while others are reusable. The disposable containers are disposed of along with the biomedical sharps waste present in them while the disposable containers can be used again after the removal of biomedical sharps waste from them. All of the Dailymag containers are properly color coded and contain biohazard symbols for the proper indication of the type of biomedical waste present in them. There are some key features of Dailymag sharps containers:
●Dailymag biomedical sharps boxes are very intact, hard and stable.
●Our containers are manufactured with heavy duty polypropylene plastic.
●The disposable containers do not produce harmful gases during the incineration process.
●Dailymag sharps boxes are puncture resistant and leakage proof from either side of the container.
●Dailymag containers are designed with curved corners which reduces the accumulation of waste in the corners.
●Good capacity for containing needles and sharps produced per day at a specific site.
●Our containers are equilibrated due to which they remain upright and stable while in use.
●A relatively small opening in the lid prevents the out-thow of sharps unless they are intentionally withdrawn with extreme care.
●Properly labeled and color coded (mostly yellow or red color)
●Prominent biohazard signs are printed on the medical sharps boxes.
Importance of sharps containers:
Biomedical sharps are extremely sharp tools or apparatus that are designed to puncture or cut the skin for medical purposes. These sharps may include needles, syringes, blades, ampules, broken glass vials, etc. When any of these sharps come in contact with the patient’s body fluid I.e., blood, serum, urine, or other samples, these sharps become infectious. Biomedical sharps waste is a major source of needle-stick injuries in medical occupational staff. If the biomedical sharp is not disposed of properly, it can pose a serious threat and accidental injuries. Besides injuries, biomedical sharps waste also spread blood-borne pathogenic infections. In 1984, the very first case of sharps-based injuries was reported which lead to the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Later on, several cases of needle stick injuries started to report due to which strict guidelines and recommendations were made. OSHA, Food and Drug Administration, World Health Organization, and many other health related organizations highly recommend the proper disposal of sharps waste by using Sharps containers. Dailymag, therefore, manufactures a wide range of sharps disposal containers that are safe and easy to handle.
According to the Centre of Disease Control (CDC), healthcare workers and waste management staff mostly encounter needle stick injuries, and almost 35% of the total needle stick injuries occur during the collection and disposal of sharps. After physicians, the most affected occupational group is waste collection staff because most of them are not educated and do not know much about the harms of infectious material. For this, Sharps waste must never be mixed with general waste, rather it must always be put into the specific and prominently labeled sharps containers. The waste collection staff of hospitals and heath related centers should also be properly trained before their duty to reduce the extent of needle-stick injuries. WHO states that the most commonly occurring blood-borne infection due to needle stick injuries is Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and AIDS.
Basics for using a Dailymag sharps container:
Dailymag provides their customers with a wide range of sharps containers of different capacities. These containers must always be placed at the site where sharps are supposed to be produced on daily basis. Here are some key takeaways while using Dailymag sharps containers:
●Dailymag sharps container should always be placed near the source of sharps production or where medical apparatus or needles are supposed to be used.
●Before putting sharps into the container, it must be examined properly to make sure whether it contain space for more sharps or not
●Sharps containers should not be stuffed more than their limit I.e., 3/4 of the container.
●Needles should be put upside down so that they are not directly exposed to the handler.
●If a needle or syringe got stuck into the opening of the container, it should not be managed by hands rather forceps or tongs could be used.
Dailymag sharps containers are color coded (yellow or red) along with a prominent biohazard sign on them to warn the handler. The plastic material of our containers is puncture, spillage, and leakage resistant from either side of the container. Moreover, it also does not produce any harmful gases during incineration. Our sharps containers are designed for the proper facility and prevention of the handler. Dailymag is well known for its reliable products and affordable pricing.