Topic no6. Collected J HPatel. BIOMEDICAL WASTES REGULATIONS. BIOMEDICAL WASTES (M&H) RULES 1998 - E(P) ACT 1986 as amended in 2000, 2003 ,(draft amendment)2011 MOE&F- NODAL AGENCY PRESCRIBED AUTHORITY-IMPLEMENTATIONBy decima
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Disposal of Biomedical Wastes. Biomedical Waste Presents a Serious Health Problem Risks Include: Outright Injury to Workers Exposure to Infectious Agents Psychological Trauma Regulatory Actions Legal Actions Environmental Issues The Risks involve: Medical Staff
Wastes. 7 at one blow. Definition. Any human activity which absorbs resources but creates no value Muda. Magnificent Seven. Transporting Inventory Motions Waiting Overproduction Overprocessing Defects. Transporting. Moving materials between work stations, buildings, desks, machines
Antimicrobials use in intensive farming of animals and fish. Livestock Wastes:. Sandra Cointreau Solid Waste Management Advisor The World Bank February 2008.
Solid Wastes. Composition of solid waste in 1993 (% by weight). Solid Wastes in Hong Kong. An average of 2x10 7 kg solid waste daily in 1993. About 3.5 kg per head of population. Plastic, paper and metals occupied about 40% by weight of the domestic waste. Disposal of solid waste.
Excreting wastes. 7.3. Introduction. Many products from metabolism harmful. Lungs eliminate CO2 Large intestine removes toxic waste digestive system Liver transforms toxins (alcohol & heavy metals) into soluble compounds that kidneys can deal with.
Solid Wastes. I. Approaches to waste management. A. Waste = any unwanted material or substance that results from human activity or process 1. Municipal solid waste = non-liquid waste that comes from homes, institutions, and small businesses
Producing more than the customer needs right now Not joined up thinking e.g. p ills given early to suit staff schedules. 7 Wastes. Scrap, rework, correction Work that is less than the level the customer (the next process) has requested e.g. missing information. Mistakes.
8 WASTES. 95%. Typically . of time the product is within the plant is non. value added. -. Lean =Systematically Eliminating the Waste. VALUE ADDED. Non-Value Added Overproduction Inventory Waiting Motion Transportation Defects Extra Processing Underutilized People.