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Sharps safety box:
A sharps safety box is a container in which biomedical sharps waste is discarded, contained, and disposed of. Sharps safety boxes are very essential to be placed at the sites where the possible use of sharps is expected I.e., operation theaters, blood collection centers, vaccination centers, dispensaries, hospitals, and laboratories. The biomedical sharps waste may contain infectious syringes, hypodermic needles, blades, suture needles, broken vials, glass pieces, and ampules, etc. Biomedical sharps waste poses a serious threat not only to the handler but also to the environment if does not dispose of properly. Therefore, their disposal is extremely important for which these safety boxes must be used. Dailymag manufactures very reliably, eco-friendly, and easy to handle sharps safety boxes to facilitate the handling of sharps. Dailymag provides both types of sharps safety containers I.e., the one made of cardboard and the others made of plastic. Our containers are manufactured according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines. Our containers are made of eco-friendly material that does not produce any harmful gases upon incineration. Dailymag sharps safety boxes have good capacity and remain stable while in use. Our containers have special openings which do not let the out-throw of sharps present in the sharps safety boxes. Dailymag’s sharps safety boxes are available in very affordable price rages that do not burden our customer's budget.
Biomedical sharps waste can cause extremely serious injuries to the handlers. Therefore, their immediate disposal is highly recommended. Dailymag sharp safe containers have the following key features:
- Dailymag sharps safety boxes are made of cardboard and plastic
- The Dailymag cardboard sharps safety boxes contain only one opening in their cover which prevents the out throw of the sharps from the container.
- Our containers have an equilibrated bottom due to which they remain stable while using.
- Handles are positioned above the container in such a way that the handler does not get in contact with the sharps or even the aperture of the container.
- Our containers are color-coded.
Dailymag sharps safety box contains a prominent biosafety hazard symbol on its vertical face.
The functionality of sharps safety box:
Sharps safety boxes are made for the proper containment and disposal of extremely sharps biomedical waste that can not only injure the skin but also can cause serious life-threatening infections. Sharps are placed in this container via The only opening present in the lid. Sharps are temporarily stored in such containers before they are transported for their proper disposal. Sharps must not exceed a limit of the box that is three-quarters of the box.
Biomedical sharps waste can cut or slice the body. Certain medical apparatus and tools are intentionally made sharp to puncture or cut the skin for medical purposes. When these sharps once come in contact with the patient's body fluids, they become infectious. Even the glass vials which are normally used to collect patient fluid samples, when broken, also become an infectious agent. The injuries, that happen by accidental puncture or cut in the skin by biomedical sharps are called needle stick injuries. The United States Department of Health and Science reports that more than 6 lac to 8 lac medical staff got injured by needle-stick injuries per year. The data of the World Health Organization (WHO) reports that almost one thousand biomedical occupational staff got injured per day. Most of the needle-stick injuries occur in operation theaters and inpatient units. Usually, six devices cause almost 70 to 80% of sharps-based injuries. These devices are suture needles, winged needles, syringes, scalpels, winged needles, and phlebotomy needles. Besides physicians and nurses, the other most affected group is waste management staff. Most of them are not highly educated, hence, do not understand the seriousness of the sharp-based injuries. The first event of needle stick injury was reported in 1984; the person got affected with AIDS. After that, the number of reported needle-stick injury cases started to rise due to which OSHA passed several guidelines for the prevention of such injuries. The guidelines of OSHA highly recommend the proper safety measures for the healthcare workers along with their free of cost immunization. Precautions should be practiced to prevent needle-stick injuries:
- The use of protective gloves should made mandatory while using sharps
- Needle should be dealt with intense care
- Sharps must be handled in proper lighting.
- Recapping of syringes is not appreciated.
- Broken glass apparatus I.e., vials or test tubes should not be used.
- Patient should be strictly guided to show the least movement while taking an injection.
- Broken ampules or injections should not be wasted in general waste.
- Needles must not be handed or pass on directly from one person to another.
- Broken syringes or glass vials should not be used.
- Sharps must never be handles bare handed.
Importance of Sharps safety box:
Needle-stick injuries can cause severe infections such as hepatitis B virus infection, Hepatitis C virus infection, and Acquired immunodeficiency virus. To prevent such infections, the most appropriate way to dispose of sharps is to put it in the sharps safety box. There are some basics of using Dailymag sharps boxes:
- Sharps safety containers are to be placed near the source of sharps production.
- Container's capacity must be examined before putting more sharps into the container.
- Sharps and needle should not exceed the limit i.e., 3/4 of the container.
- Container should be sent for proper disposal after reaching its limit or sharps are withdrawn for disposal and container is reused.
- Needles and broken glasses should never be left open
- If a needle or syringe got stuck into the opening of the container, it should not be managed by hands; forceps or tongs could be used.
- Waste needles are treated under the sharp biomedical waste category. The working staff must handle it with all precautions.
Dailymag sharps safe boxes are color coded as per the. Our containers are designed for the proper facility and prevention of the handler. Dailymag high-quality products are available for our customers in very reasonable prices.