DEVELOPMENT OF RESEARCH AND WAYS TO IMPROVE LEGISLATION ON THE MANAGEMENT OF MEDICAL WASTES
The problems of medical wastes management demand the attention, as medical wastes are dangerous in epidemiological terms since they may contain pathogenic microorganisms and helminth eggs, as well as their wastes, may be contaminated with toxic chemical and radioactive substances. The state of legal regulation in the field of medical wastes management cannot be considered to be satisfactory, as it is characterized by significant legal gaps and therefore objectively needs to be improved at the legislative, subordinate and normative-technical levels. The best way to improve the legislative regulation of medical wastes management is to develop and adopt a separate Federal law “On medical wastes”.
About the authorsRusakov Nikolay V.
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