Throughout the healthcare industry, soiled linen is one of the principle vehicles for harmful bacteria or viruses. For those working in care homes and healthcare facilities, that means coming into contact with potentially dangerous contaminated items, such as bed sheets, towels and clothing, every day. All soiled or contaminated linen should be bagged at the location where it was used, and the collection bag must be of sufficient quality to contain wet soiled linens and prevent leakage during handling and transportation. OSHA mandates that linens must be placed and transported in labeled or color-coded bags or containers.
Our biohazard liners have Contaminated Linen message printed clearly on the bags in both english and spanish. All are free of heavy metals and safe for landfills or incineration according to CONEG (Coalition of Northeastern Governors) legislation regarding the use of heavy metals in packaging.
These red or yellow contaminated linen disposal bags with a large Bio Hazard symbol printed on each bag in english and spanish can be used for the safe disposal of used contaminated linen, biohazard contaminated linen and pillow covers, gowns, robes and contaminated material such as gloves, bandages, aprons, face masks, eye protection.
High quality contaminated disposable liners for the safe transportation or disposal of linen materials in hospital facilities, private clinics and long term care facilities. Compatible with corona virus waste (Covid-19) Contaminated Linen Liners.
Hospitals, labs and clinics use these bags to contain bio hazardous products on linen, pillow cover, gowns, robes or other items, and having it marked correctly eliminates the chance of contamination. These contaminated linen bags are used for human and animal blood, tissues, and waste with body fluids, recombinant DNA, and human, animal or plant pathogens. Biohazardous waste is any waste contaminated with potentially infectious materials.