The deadline for Sharps Compliance’s semiannual scholarship is Friday, June 16, 2017. Undergraduate students studying healthcare at an accredited university this Fall are eligible to participate. First, second, and third prize winners will be selected to win $1,500, $1,000, and $750 scholarships, respectively.
Sharps Compliance is committed to helping communities dispose of unused medications to combat the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse and accidental poisonings. We are running a contest for a chance to win one of twenty MedSafe medication disposal collection receptacles along with a year’s worth of inner liners.
Sharps Compliance is now offering its semiannual scholarship, available to undergraduate students studying healthcare at an accredited university this Fall. First, second, and third prize winners will be selected to win $1,500, $1,000, and $750 scholarships, respectively.
Medical waste is regulated by many government agencies. This can make staying in compliance complicated and time-consuming. Since states, counties, and even cities can differ in their requirements, waste generators must be aware of all the different regulations. In this blog, we will discuss a number of differences between state medical waste regulations.
With so many pharmaceuticals, it can be difficult to know how to dispose of them all properly. This post will explore the differences between and proper disposal for over-the-counter medicines, controlled substances, non-controlled medications, and hazardous waste pharmaceuticals.