Biomedical Waste (BMW) will be handled in compliance with Section 381.0098, F.S. and Chapter 64E-16, Florida Administration Code (FAC) and includes any solid or liquid waste which may present a threat of infection to humans. The term includes, but is not limited to, non-liquid human tissue and body parts, discarded sharps, human blood, human blood products, laboratory waste which contain human disease-causing agents, and body fluids.
When filled, all sharps containers and red bags shall be sealed properly by the generator. Employee Training for OSHA FDOH Compliance shall detail Compliance with your "Biomedical Operating Plan" and shall include: Identification, Segregation, Handling, Labeling and Procedures for Decontaminating Spills and Leaks.