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Looking for tips and advice for waste disposal and compliancy? Find the latest news and information about biohazarous waste, HIPAA, OSHA and more from the Stericycle blog.

Healthcare Solutions 14 October, 2015

Evolution of Compliant Sharps Disposal Methods

The evolution of sharps management over the past few decades, recently detailed in Greenhealth Magazine, tells a unique story about hospital and health care system innovation.

Healthcare Solutions 26 May, 2015

Discover the Importance of Medical Waste Incineration

We are very fortunate in the U.S. to have an excellent and readily available healthcare system.

Healthcare Solutions 22 May, 2015

5 Steps Hospital CEOs Can Take to Minimize Risk Through Partnerships

Leading a healthcare system means balancing risks and rewards.

Healthcare Solutions 20 May, 2015

Staying OSHA Compliant with Personal Protective Equipment

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is in wide use throughout general industry workplaces today in the form of masks, gloves, eye shields, etc.

Healthcare Solutions 29 April, 2015

Understanding OSHA Color Coding & Biohazard Label Requirements

Three signals can alert you to the presence of a biohazard or biohazardous waste

Healthcare Solutions 16 February, 2015

Minimizing Risk Is Top of Every Great Leader’s Mind

Hospital leadership and its teams are focused on cost management and risk-reduction strategies while also juggling government mandates, patient safety and quality.

Healthcare Solutions 19 January, 2015

19 OSHA & Regulatory Action Items for 2015

Ensure that your facility complies with OSHA deadlines and regulations.

Healthcare Solutions 16 October, 2014

Centers for Disease Control Prevention & Control of Ebola Checklist

The CDC provides the latest in healthcare resources on infectious diseases such as Ebola.

Healthcare Solutions 13 October, 2014

Understanding Ebola Requires the Right Resources

Because Ebola Viral Disease (EVD) continues to impact communities and health care workers, important questions have arisen, including ways to reduce risk of exposure.