The range of medical waste gloves stocked here at Easy Gloves are ideal for dealing with waste in hospitals, cleanrooms and other similar medical applications. The selection of medical waste gloves offer impressive levels of protection against a number of threats including needles and contaminated waste and of course, meet the necessary requirements needed for the industry. Browse our products below.
We understand as key suppliers of disposable gloves that waste produced in medical facilities has every potential to be extremely hazardous and dangerous to your health. As such, it is important to ensure that you have an exemplary level of protection against threats such as unclean needles, contaminated waste and general objects that pose a risk to human health. Thankfully, the range of medical waste gloves stocked here at Easy Gloves thrive when handling medical waste items in any medical environment. Some of the range offers puncture resistance when dealing with sharp equipment such as needles, while others excel when keeping your hands free from contaminated objects or other hazardous substances like bodily fluids.
For more information regarding sizing, styles and general advice on our medical waste gloves, contact our highly knowledgeable and friendly team today. We're more than happy to help.
Typically, healthcare workers will use nitrile gloves when disposing of medical waste. These gloves are known for their strong chemical resistance and puncture-proof properties. They are an effective form of hand protection that will keep your hands safe when handling medical waste.
Once gloves are used, they're classified as clinical waste and must be disposed of correctly to avoid spreading infection. The NHS advises all its professionals to dispose of all single-use gloves as clinical waste.
The short answer to this question is yes. You should always be wearing gloves when disposing of and handling medical waste. More specifically, your gloves must be impermeable. We wear medical waste gloves to avoid spreading infection after handling medical waste.