Segregation of Healthcare Risk Waste

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Training

Overview - Segregation of Healthcare Risk Waste

In accordance with the chapter 1.3 of the ADR European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road regulations, employees involved in the transport of dangerous goods must have training commensurate to their duties. This training provides information on the segregation and packaging of healthcare risk waste.

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Course Information

Course Objectives

Introduction of healthcare risk waste

  • Legislation
  • Healthcare waste
  • Categories of healthcare waste
  • Segregation of healthcare risk waste
  • Packaging of healthcare risk Waste
  • Transport requirements
  • Documentation

Course Outline

    • Know the legislation relating to healthcare risk waste
    • Be able to recognise healthcare risk waste
    • Apply the methodology for waste identification, classification and disposal
    • Understand the roles and responsibilities of everyone involved in the waste management chain
    • Identify opportunities for waste minimisation

 


 

Evaluation

Quiz

Course Duration

1 hour

 
 
 
 

Certification

Certificate of Attendance. Valid for two years.

 
 
 
 

Trainer Competency

Qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor

 
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Seadna Morey

DGSA Advisor/Consultant

EcoOnline Ireland