Let's together make needlestick injuries a thing of the past
The 2015 EXPO STOP study conducted across the United States estimates 320,000 needlestick and other sharps related injuries are sustained by healthcare personnel in the USA annually. We are passionate about reducing this number. Learn how Daniels can partner with you in reducing risk exposure and increasing sharps injury awareness in your facility:
Sharpsmart. World Leading Sharps Safety Technology
Peer reviewed in four independent studies, clinically proven to reduce Sharps Injuries by up to 87%, and relied on by healthcare facilities around the world, the Sharpsmart system is driven by a single objective – To Save Lives. Designed with 13 safety features, manufactured with needle-impenetrable plastic, and engineered with a gravity balanced safety tray, the Daniels Sharpsmart collector is the most advanced sharps containment system in the world, and the only container to be classified by UN regulations as a safety engineered device.
Infection risk… could this be reduced by safe waste practices?
With safety as our primary driver, learn why Daniels has invested millions of dollars in R&D to develop world-leading leakproof containment systems, robotic washing processes achieving the highest levels of bacterial load reduction, and a suite of space-optimizing accessories that enable hands-free operation and point-of-use accessibility. Daniels recognizes that a clinical environment requires a clinical solution, and safety in an infection controlled environment is not simply a ‘nice to have’.
Infection Prevention and Waste | A new paradigm
Rethinking how medical waste impacts the clinical environment
We talk about hand-hygiene, we talk about “touches” and the spread of infection, what we don’t talk about is the impact waste in a patient environment has on infection control. Bins being wheeled from ICU through to a loading dock, static containers that never undergo high-pressure wash or sanitization, open-lidded bins in patient wards. At Daniels, we are rethinking what clinical means when it comes to medical waste management.