Used Medical Device Packaging
REDUCE YOUR RISK & LIABILITY WHEN SHIPPING USED MEDICAL DEVICES
The Issue: A Potential
The primary regulatory concern with Used Medical Devices (UMDs) is the potential for exposure to an infectious substance (a disease-causing agent). Consequently, failure to comply with the regulations as set forth by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Authority) and IATA (International Air Transport Association) can result in civil or criminal penalties.
The Challenge: Reducing
Risk & Liability of Exposure
Used Medical Devices may contain Biological residue.
- Shipments of UMDSs within the U.S. are subject to the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) regulations, found in 49 CFR, part 173.134.
- Medical Devices that fail or are returned are the responsibility of the manufacturer.
- Human error is the greatest cause of hazardous materials incidents.
- Failure to comply with IATA regulations may result in civil or criminal penalties.
The Solution: Saf-T-Pak’s
Proper UMD shipping training is the best way to protect against exposure to infectious substances and potentially serve financial penalties.
Saf-T-Pak® Offers training solutions to fit
- Self-paced Online Training with mobile access
- Webinar Training Sessions are available to groups and organizations
- Function-specific training