RESOURCES

Waste and Resource Management (WaRM) group has developed wide range of resource material targeted at different levels of healthcare functionaries. The material developed has been translated in various regional languages. Updation and transliteration of the existing material and development of new one is undertaken on regular basis.

 

 

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The material developed exclusively on biomedical waste management in English and Hindi comprises of –

In English-

  1. Audio Skit
  2. Video spots
  3. Audio Spots
  4. Theatre slides
  5. 10 Poster set on BMWM
  6. Stickers for different categories of waste
  7. Wall Calendar/ Chart on integrated BMWM
  8. Booklet on integrated health care waste management
  9. Folder on sharps management
  10. Interpretation book on BMWM
  11. FAQ booklet
  12. Comic book on biomedical waste management
  13. Pamphlet on Home healthcare waste management
  14. OHP Presentations.
  15. Training manual on biomedical waste

 
In Hindi-

  1. Audio Skit
  2. Video spots
  3. Audio Spots
  4. Theatre slides
  5. 10 Poster set on BMWM
  6. Stickers for different categories of waste
  7. Wall Calendar/ Chart on integrated BMWM
  8. Booklet on integrated health care waste management
  9. Folder on sharps management
  10. Interpretation book on BMWM
  11. FAQ booklet
  12. Comic book on biomedical waste management
  13. Pamphlet on Home healthcare waste management
  14. OHP Presentations.

In Tamil-
10 Poster set on BMWM

In Kannada-
10 Poster set on BMWM

Apart from the material on biomedical waste, material on solid waste management, biodiversity and conservation is also developed by the group. All this material is available on request.

The WaRM team is also credited with papers and publications in the field of biomedical waste management. This material can also be circulated on request.

  1. Education for healthcare waste management in India; Handbook of Blended Shore Education, Adult program Development and Delivery edited by Dr. Gabriele Strohschen, DePaul University, Chicago, USA; Springer Publications January 2009; DOI 10.1007/978-0-387-09443-4_14 © Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2009.
  2. Biomedical Waste Management in Nursing Homes & Smaller hospitals in Delhi; Science Direct Waste Management 28 (2008) 2723-2734, Elsevier, USA. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2007.12.013.
  3. Turning a Health risk into a Resource and Healthcare waste contributed in A Community Guide to Environmental Health edited by Jeff Conant and Pam Fadem; Hesperian publishers, Berkeley, California, USA, May 2008; pp 386 to 447.
  4. Codes of Practice and Related issues in Biomedical Waste Management, published in the Journal of the Indian Society of Hospital Waste Management, Vol. 6, No.1, Sept. 2007, New Delhi, India; pp 25-28
  5. Common Healthcare waste Appropriate Management Plant (CHAMP) – An economically appropriate approach for Bio Medical Waste Management in rural and smaller cities of India; Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management, March 19-21st, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  6. A Unique Endeavour of an NGO, Government and End Users towards Biomedical Waste Management; Proceedings of the International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) Annual Congress held in Copenhagen, Denmark from October 1-4, 2006.
  7. Biomedical Waste Management- Current Trends and Practices; published in the Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Indian Society for Hospital Waste Management, held on October 1, 2006 in New Delhi, India, 2006
  8. Analytical Model used as a tool to provide effective solutions to Biomedical waste management in Capital of India; Proceedings of the International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) Annual Congress on Solid waste management in Rome, Italy from October 19thh - 22nd, 2004.
  9. National Kit of Educational Material on Biomedical Waste Management; Proceedings of Seminar on Urban Wastes Management organised by The institution of Public Health Engineers, India, North India Centre, Delhi, April 16-17, 2004, New Delhi, India.
  10. Bio- Medical Waste Management in India – Issues, Challenges and Solutions; National Workshop on Biomedical Waste (NWBMW – 2004), February 21-22, 2004, Choitram Hospital and Research Centre, Indore, MP, India; pp 84-87
  11. How to plan and Execute a Common Biomedical Waste facility Proposed for Delhi; Proceedings of National Conference on Environment, Health and Sustainable Development, Delhi, February 12-13, 2004, New Delhi, India; pp 42-46
  12. Biomedical waste management in India – issues, challenges and solutions; Proceedings of National Seminar on Emerging Environmental Issues and Technological Challenges organized by Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Guru Jambeshwar University, Hissar, India; pp 70-72
  13. Biomedical waste and its impact on Environment and Health in Indian cities; Solid Waste Management –Current Status and Strategies for the Future Proceedings of National Seminar on Waste Management, December 9-10, 2002, Bangalore University, Jnanabharathi, Bangalore, India; pp 92-97
  14. Towards an Integrated Health-care Waste Management Plan; published in the source book of the First National Workshop on Hospital Waste Management organized by Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, India in May 1998.
  15. Addressing Urban Environmental Issues through Environmental Education; Planning education to care for the earth published by IUCN Commission on Education and Communication, IUCN, 1995; pp 57-65

 

Some of the resources on BMWM developed by other organisations could be accessed on the links mentioned below-

1) http://cag.gov.in/html/reports/civil/2008_PA14_SD_civil/contents.htm

2)http://www.docstoc.com/docs/22068865/Biomedical-Waste-Management-Status-in-National-Capital-Territory-of

3) http://www.punenvis.nic.in/News_2009/September/Sep16.htm

4) http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTRANETENVIRONMENT/1705736-1127758054592/20677728/HCWMText.pdf

5) http://health.delhigovt.nic.in/Health/files/bio.html

6) http://www.indiaurbanportal.in/bestpractice/national/BP-Cities/gujarat/SMC-Centralised%20Biomedical%20Waste%20Treatment%20Facility.pdf

7) http://jnnurm.nic.in/nurmudweb/best_prctices/English/Vol-II/06.PartIV.pdf

8) http://www.oppapers.com/essays/Biomedical-Waste-Management/191332

9)http://www.chem.unep.ch/mercury/Sector-Specific- _Information/Docs/Chair's%20Summary%20_Mercury%20Waste%20Management%20Partnership%20Meeting%202009.pdf

10) http://www.ipen.org/ipepweb1/library/ipep_pdf_reports/2ind%20pops%20awareness%20raising%20in%20west%20bengal.pdf

11) http://nihfw.org/pdf/Shimla%20Report.pdf

12) http://www.searo.who.int/LinkFiles/SDE_SDE_mgmt-bio-medical-anx.pdf

13) http://www.whoindia.org/EIP/HSR/Report/Karnataka/karna-BW.pdf

14) http://www.faculty.ait.ac.th/visu/pdfs/Conference/HWMS.pdf

15) http://www.cpcb.nic.in/upload/Publications/Publication_441_sec14_2.pdf

16) http://www.wdu.co.in/downloads/Operators_Manual_21%20oct%2006.pdf

17) http://www.gmcahjammu.org/waste.pdf

18) http://220.156.188.21/CDAC/ASCNT_2009/ASCNT%202009/Paper/HIS/Abstract26.pdf

19) http://www.cag.org.in/link/Managing%20Bio-medical%20waste.pdf

20) http://medind.nic.in/maa/t01/i2/maat01i2p144g.pdf

21) http://www.medwasteind.org/pdf/No.3%20Jan-Mar%202001.pdf

22) http://urbanindia.nic.in/publicinfo/swm/chap7.pdf

23)http://www.bioline.org.br/pdf?mb05002

24) http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/medicalwaste/decisionmguiderev221105.pdf

25) http://mohfw.nic.in/NRHM/IMEP/IMEPPolicyFramework.pdf

26) http://www.cag.org.in/link/Status%20Report.pdf

27) http://www.3rkh.net/3rkh/files/2005-%20Understanding%20and%20simplifying%20biomedical%20waste%20management.pdf

28) http://www.wbpcb.gov.in/html/downloads/bmw_report.pdf

 (The above links are result of internet search and the website developer does not owe responsibility towards authenticity of the web resources)

 

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