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Appendix 1. Commentation from nursing ethic committee for scientific study of Bien Hoa General Hospital

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Appendix 2. The self-administered questionnaire

THE SELF-ADMINISTERED QUESTIONNAIRE

STUDY ON ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE REGARDING HEALTH-CARE

WASTE MANAGEMENT AMONG HEALTH CARE STAFF

I. GENERAL INFORMATION

No.

1.1



Contents

Sex



□ (1) Male

□ (1) 20-29



Values

□ (2) Female

□ (2) 30-39



1.2



Age



□ (3) 40-49



□ (4) 50-59



□ (5) ≥ 60

□ (1) Elementary school

□ (2) Secondary school

1.3



Level of education



□ (3) High school

□ (4) Graduate/college

□ (5) Postgraduate

□ (1) Bien Hoa Health Center



1.4



Working facilities



□ (2) Bien Hoa General Hospital

□ (3) Health stations

□ (1) <5 years

□ (2) 5-9 years



1.4



Working experience



□ (3) 10-14 years

□ (5) 20-24 years

□ (1) Doctors



1.5



Working position



□ (4) 15-19 years

□ (6) ≥ 25 years



□ (2) Nurses/pharmacists/technicians

□ (3) Hospital Orderly



II. KNOWLEDGE REGARDING HEALTH-CARE WASTE MANAGEMENT

2. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT EXISTENCE OF AND ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE WASTE MANAGEMENT DOCUMENTS

Have you ever heard about

□ (1) Yes

2.1 regulations for health-care

□ (2) No 美 GO TO SECTION 3.1

waste management?

□ (1) Decision No.2575/1999/QD-BYT

2.2



2.3.



IF YES, the regulation for



□ (2) Decision No.43/2007/QD-BYT



health-care waste



□ (3) Circular 18/2009 / TT-BYT



management is



□ (4) Others.



Have you ever read that



Detail...................................................

□ (1) Yes



regulation?



How do you get

2.4. information about that

regulation?



□ (2) No 美 GO TO SECTION 3.1

□ (1) From seminar/workshop in my working

place

□ (2) From newspaper/magazine

□ (3) From radio/TV/internet

□ (4) Others.



Namely...................................................

3. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT CLASSIFICATION OF HEALTH-CARE WASTE

In your opinion, health□ (1) Infectious waste

3.1



care waste include which



□ (2) Hazardous chemical waste



of following wastes



□ (3) Radioactive waste



(Multiple choices



□ (4) Pressure vessels



question)



□ (5) Non-hazardous waste

□ (1) Sharps waste



Infectious waste includes

3.2. (Multiple choices

question)

Hazardous chemical waste

3.3



includes

(Multiple choices

question)



3.4



□ (2) Non-sharp waste

□ (3) Highly infectious waste

□ (4) Pathological waste

□ (1) Pharmaceutical waste

□ (2) Hazardous chemical waste

□ (3) Genotoxic waste

□ (4) Waste with high density of heavy-metal



Radioactive waste includes



contents

□ (1) Solid radioactive waste



(Multiple choices



□ (2) Liquid radioactive waste



question)

Pressure vessels include

3.5



(Multiple choices

question)



3.6



□ (3) Gas radioactive waste

□ (1) Oxygen tank

□ (2) CO2 tank

□ (3) Gas cylinder



Non-hazardous health-care



□ (4) Aerosol cans

□ (1) Waste comes from clinical wards



waste includes



□ (2) Waste from health-care activities



(Multiple choices



□ (3) Waste from paper works



question)

□ (4) External waste

4. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SEGREGATION OF HEALTH-CARE WASTE

□ (1) Yellow

4.1



What is the colour coded



□ (2) Black



for infectious waste?



□ (3) Green



What is the colour coded

4.2



for hazardous chemical

waste?



4.3



□ (4) White

□ (1) Yellow

□ (2) Black

□ (3) Green

□ (4) White

□ (1) Yellow



What is the colour coded



□ (2) Black



for radioactive waste?



□ (3) Green

□ (4) White

□ (1) Yellow



4.4



What is the colour coded



□ (2) Black



for non-hazardous waste?



□ (3) Green

□ (4) White

□ (1) Yellow



4.5



What is the colour coded



□ (2) Black



for small pressure vessel?



□ (3) Green

□ (4) White

□ (1) Yellow



4.6



4.7



What is the colour coded



□ (2) Black



for recycling waste?



□ (3) Green



Which materials are



□ (4) White

□ (1) PVC



yellow and black waste



□ (2) PE



containing bags made of?



□ (3) PP



□ (4)



4.8



4.9



The recommended



Other.Namely.......................................................

□ (1) at least 0.3 mm



thickness of waste



□ (2) at least 0.2 mm



containing bags must be

The maximum capacity of



□ (3) at least 0.1 mm

□ (1) 0.3 m3



waste containing bags



□ (2) 0.2 m3



must be



□ (3) 0.1 m3

□ (1) An alert line at two-third of the bag



In your opinion, outside of

4.10



waste containing bags

must have which of

following characteristics?

What kind of waste does

each of waste containing



4.11



bags contain?

(Matching types of bag

and types of waste by a

line)



□ (2) The sentence "DO NOT CONTAIN OVER

THAT LINE?”

□ (3) The sentence “PLEASE PUT THE

GARBAGE IN HERE”

Types of bag

Types of waste

□ (1) Infectious waste

□ (1) Yellow bags

□ (2) Hazardous chemical waste

□ (2) Black bags

□ (3) Radioactive waste

□ (1) Green bags

□ (4) Pressure vessels

□ (2) White bags

□ (5) Non-hazardous waste

□ (1) The cover and bottom musr be sturdy

□ (2) Water-proofing

□ (3) Easy open lid



Which of following

characteristics does a sharp

4.12 container must have?

(Multiple choices

questions)



□ (4) Large opening

□ (5) Labeled "FOR SHARPS WASTE ONLY"

and alert line with sentence "DO NOT CONTAIN

OVER THAT LINE"

□ (6) Easy open lid

□ (7) Yellow

□ (4) Having straps or fixed system

□ (5) Sharps waste does not spill out as moving

the sharps containers



Metal-made waste

4.13



containing bags are used in

which of following

settings?



Before reusing, plastic

4.14



waste containing bags

must be



□ (1) Large sharp waste

□ (2) Health-care facilities have incinerator for

metal materials

□ (3) Health-care facilities have syringe needle

destroyers or syringe needle cutters

□ (1) Clean up

□ (2) Disinfection

□ (3) Drying

□ (4) Both (1) and (2)

□ (5) Both (1) and (3)



Before reusing, platic

4.15



waste containing bags

must be



□ (1) Clean up

□ (2) Disinfection

□ (3) Drying

□ (4) Both (1) and (2)

□ (5) Both (1) and (3)



What kind of waste bags

does each of waste bins

4.16



Types of waste bin



Types of waste bag



contain?



□ (1) Yellow bags



□ (1) Yellow bags



(Matching types of waste



□ (2) Black bags



□ (2) Black bags



bins and types of waste



□ (1) Green bags



□ (1) Green bags



bags by a line)



□ (2) White bags



□ (2) White bags



□ (1) Infectious waste

Metal-made waste bins are

4.17 used for containing which

of following waste?



4.18



4.19



The capacity of waste bins

may range



□ (2) Hazardous chemical waste

□ (3) Radioactive waste

□ (4) Pressure vessels

□ (5) Non-hazardous waste

□ (1) Between 10l to 100l

□ (2) Between 10l to 250l



In your opinion, outside of



□ (3) Between 10l to 400l

□ (1) An alert line at two-third of the bag



waste containing bins must



□ (2) The sentence "DO NOT CONTAIN OVER



have which of following



THAT LINE?”



characteristics?



□ (3) The sentence “PLEASE PUT THE



GARBAGE IN HERE”



What do the following



□ (1) Cytotoxic waste



symbols stand for?



□ (2) Hazardous biomedical



4.20 (Matching types of



waste



symbol and types of



□ (3) Recycling waste



waste by a line)



□ (4) Radioactive waste



5. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT COLLECTION OF HEALTH-CARE WASTE

Is it necessary that each

of department in your

5.1



working place must



□ Yes



have proper waste bins



□ No



for proper type of

waste?

Could hazardous HCW

5.2



mix together with nonhazardous HCW?



5.3



The frequency of

collecting waste



□ Yes

□ No

□ (1) At least once a week

□ (2) At least once a day

□ (3) At least once an hour



Could infectious HCW

5.4



be transport to storage



□ Yes



areas without prior



□ No



treatment?

6. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE OF

HEALTH-CARE WASTE

6.1 Could hazardous and



□ Yes



non-hazardous HCW be □ No

transported together to

storage areas within



health-care facilities

6.2



The frequency of

transportation of HCW

Is it necessary to design



6.3



a separate pathway for

HCW transportation?

Could HCW be



6.4



□ (1) At least once a week

□ (2) At least once a day

□ (3) At least once an hour

□ Yes

□ No



transported across



□ Yes



patient care areas and



□ No



other clean areas?

How far are HCW

storage areas away from □ (1) At least 10 m

6.5



canteen, hospital wards, □ (2) At least 20 m

public pathways, and



□ (3) At least 30 m



crowded areas?

Is it necessary to have a

separate pathway for

6.6



HCW transporting

vehicles entering to



□ Yes

□ No



health-care facilities?

□ (1) Ceiling

□ (2) Fences

HCW storage areas must

have which of

6.7



followings

(Multiple choices

questions)



□ (3) Doors and locks

□ (4) Hand-washing tools

□ (5) Cleaning tools and chemical

□ (6) Means of protection for personnel

□ (7) Drainage system

□ (8) Water-proofing walls and floor

□ (9) Air ventilation

□ (10) Air condition



Storage time of

6.8



6.9



hazardous HCW within

health-care facilities is

not

Health-care facilities



□ (1) Over 24 hours

□ (2) Over 48 hours

□ (3) Over 72 hours

□ (1) Yes



must have contracts with

legal establishments in

transportation and



□ (2) No



disposal of HCW

Hazardous HCW prior

to transportation to the

6.10 disposal site do not need

to be packed in the



□ (1) Yes

□ (2) No



carton?

Which of following



6.11



activities need to be



□ (1) Put in two slayers of yellow bag



done prior to transport



□ (2) Separately packed in barrels or boxes



for disposal



□ (3) Sealed lid and labeled "ANATOMICAL



(Multiple choices



WASTE"



questions)

7. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL OF HEALTHCARE WASTE

What are treatment

methods for infectious

7.1



HCW?

(Multiple choices

questions)



□ (1) Autoclave

□ (2) Microwave disinfection

□ (3) Burning

□ (4) Burying

□ (1) Sourrounding fences

□ (2) Far away from well and houses at least 100m



7.2



In case of burying of



□ (3) The bottom of the pit must be under the level of



infectious HCW, what



surface water at least 1.5m



are requirements of a



□ (4) The opening of the pit must protrude high and



standard waste burial



be covered to avoid rain



pit?



□ (5) Each of waste layer must be covered by a layer

of soil with thickness of 10-25 cm

□ (6) The top layer of soil must be 0.5 m



Is it alright if

7.3



infectious and general



7.4



HCW buried together?

Infectious HCW could

be reused or recycled



□ (1) Yes

□ (2) No

□ (1) Autoclave

□ (2) Microwave disinfection



if treated by which of

following treatment

methods

What are treatment

methods for sharps

7.5



waste?

(Multiple choices

questions)

What are treatment

methods for anatomical



7.6



waste?

(Multiple choices

questions)

What are treatment

methods for chemical



7.7



waste?

(Multiple choices

questions)

What are treatment

methods for



7.8



pharmaceutical waste?

(Multiple choices

questions)

What are treatment



□ (3) Burning

□ (4) Burying

□ (1) Autoclave

□ (2) Microwave disinfection

□ (3) Burning

□ (4) Burying

□ (1) Autoclave

□ (2) Microwave disinfection

□ (3) Burning

□ (4) Burying

□ (1) Returning to manufacturers

□ (2) Burning in high-temperature incinerators

□ (3) Destroyed by means of neutralized or alkaline

hydrolysis

□ (1) Autoclave

□ (2) Microwave disinfection

□ (3) Burning

□ (4) Burying

□ (1) Returning to manufacturers



methods for genotoxical □ (2) Burning in high-temperature incinerators

7.9



waste?



□ (3) Using a number of oxidizing agents (KMnO4,



(Multiple choices



H2SO4)



questions)

What are treatment



□ (4) Burying



methods for heavy metal

7.10 containing waste?

(Multiple choices

questions)

7.11 What are treatment



□ (1) Autoclave

□ (2) Microwave disinfection

□ (3) Burning

□ (4) Burying

□ (1) Returning to manufacturers



methods for pressure



□ (2) Reusing pressure vessels



vessels?



□ (3) Burning



(Multiple choices

questions)

What are treatment

methods for solid non7.12 hazardous waste?

(Multiple choices

questions)



□ (4) Burying

□ (1) Returning to manufacturers

□ (2) Reusing or recycling

□ (3) Burning

□ (4) Burying



THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION!



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