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Initial innovates to support the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out

Health care providers are now considering the impact of the vaccine roll-out

Initial is delighted to announce a new range of sharps disposal units and flexible service options in advance of the COVID-19 vaccination roll out. As a long standing, existing partner to many of the country's pharmacy, pathology, GP and Medical Clinic networks, Initial has now extended its range of sharps containers to cater for larger quantities of needle sticks and syringes. In addition, we have developed a range of service options tailored to increased frequency of collection and disposal, using our 213 strong fleet of technicians. This will allow customers to cope during what will be an unprecedented project to vaccinate quite possible an entire population over the coming months.

All our clinical waste units are supplied with comprehensive servicing that’s completely compliant with the Environment Protection Authority’s guidelines for sharps disposal waste. Rigorous testing in the manufacturing process ensures all Initial sharps units are puncture, leak and shatter proof and are compliant with standard AS 4031 1992.

Designed to reduce the risk of vandalism and access to used needles and available in various sizes and configurations, we can offer a tailored solution to suit the scale of your specific vaccination volume.

Read here the Australian Government's recent plan for vaccine distribution

Why choose Intital?

*We have been an established supplier of sharps disposal units for over 50 years

*Our extensive 210+ strong fleet operates throughout Australia and is agile to tailor specific servicing frequencies according to the individual needs of every customer

*We operate to stringent industry governance

For a complimentary review of your current sharps disposal processes call Intial today on 1300 73 1234

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5th February 2021
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