BIO MEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
Faculty of paramedical Sciences is now accepting applications for its short-term Certificate in Bio-Medical Waste Management (CBMWM) course for session 2020-2021
Here are a few things you must know about the course that will help you understand the relevance and admission-related details about the course.
About the course:
The relationship between environment and health and illness is a growing concern in the community. This needs segregation of biomedical waste and treats each of the categories appropriately and effectively, to render the biomedical waste harmless. This certificate program has been developed to create essential knowledge and skills in health care waste management. After pursuing this course student will be equipped with the latest knowledge regarding management of health care waste based on WHO guidelines with special reference to BMWM Rules, 2016 and BMWM (amendment) Rules 2018, Govt. of India.
Medical colleges, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Clinics are a generator of biomedical waste and need personnel to manage its disposal. Various inspecting authorities, disposal units need personals who are trained in these affairs. This course addresses their requirements.
Inter-relationship between Health and Environment: The relationship between environment and health impact, impending need to segregate waste and treat each of the categories appropriately and effectively, to render the waste harmless.
Worker Safety and Patient Safety: The risk to the patient and the worker in the health care settings, both at the level of health care facilities or the central treatment and disposal facilities.