Keep the colour code at the forefront of their mindsFeatured Products Promotional Features
Posted by: The Probe 11th July 2021
With so many different waste streams in your dental practice, it makes sense that individuals may have difficulty remembering which waste belongs where.
Provide them with a helpful reminder by downloading Initial Medical’s FREE colour code posters!
These highly visual aids help individuals to make the connection between the different waste streams and what items belong in them, all in accordance with the Department of Health’s colour coded guide for best practice waste disposal. We have recently included new posters covering the lateral flow testing and non-infectious PPE waste streams.
You can even choose Initial Medical’s specially designed character colour code posters that feature fun visual representations of each waste stream to better convey the message!
You can download your posters HERE: https://www.initial.co.uk/colour-coding-guide/
For further information please visit www.initial.co.uk/medical or Tel: 0870 850 4045
About Initial Medical Waste
Initial Medical set the standard in healthcare and infectious waste management in the UK, providing a reliable, effective and fully compliant service built around customer needs, and delivered by our highly trained local teams. We are ISO 9001:2015 accredited, with technology fully integrated into our operations, providing full traceability of service delivery, electronic waste documentation and the best customer experience possible. We also offer innovative healthcare waste management services and infection control products, to help break the chain of transmission and prevent cross contamination.
Initial Medical are a company with a ‘World Class’ Health and Safety record, and ISO 45001:2018 accreditation. We are also accredited to ISO 14001:2015 environmental standards, and pride ourselves on our sustainable approach with a focus on delivering eco-friendly products and operational solutions.
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