Protecting yourself is just as important as protecting those who may need attention. Doing so protects against forms of infection and keeps both parties at a clean and safe standard.
The biohazard equipment we offer ranges from kits to gloves, protecting yourself and others in various areas. Combination and specialty kits include all the forms of clean-up needed for any given situation. Within the handy kit, instructions are featured to encourage proper practice and advice on disposal.
Gloves are available for general use in many areas, especially as a part of your primary biohazard equipment selection. If you have a Latex allergy, other forms of gloves are possible to be obtained – Nitrile and Vinyl.
The clean-up process is just as important as hazard prevention during an event. Surface wipes tackle body fluid with ease, removing any form of infection and removing the chance of issues after an event has taken place.
Whenever a person needs to receive attention, the person taking on the task must use biohazard equipment at all times. As the person receiving treatment, due to illness or injury, is vulnerable, all safety steps must be followed.
Similarly, if you’re not in direct contact with the patient, safety biohazard equipment must be used to prevent contamination through body fluids.
After using your biohazard equipment and disposable items have been used, disposal of these is a must. Despite the temptations of throwing them into regular waste, correct procedures must be followed. To dispose of biohazard equipment safely, you must contact your local council or waste disposal contractor and request a clinical waste collection. The majority of biohazard materials are incinerated to negate contamination during the disposal process.
If you have any further questions regarding our range of biohazard equipment, feel free to get in touch and our professionals will happily provide details.
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