SCIENTIFIC DISCUSSION ON NORMATIVE ISSUES OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, SANITARY AND HYGIENIC EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DEMANDS IN PHARMACY ESTABLISHMENTS DURING COVID DISEASES IN THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

  • Nana Gorgaslidze MD, PhD, Doctor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Professor of Tbilisi State Medical University, Head of The Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Nodar Sulashvili MD, PhD, Doctor by Theoretical Medicine in Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences, Associate Professor of Tbilisi Open University, International School of Medicine, Division of Pharmacology, Tbilisi, Georgia
Keywords: Occupational, health, normative, sanitary, hygienic, pharmacy, covid diseases

Abstract

Protecting safe working conditions involves the use of ineffective and reliable means of preventing industrial injuries and occupational diseases, technologies, equipment and others. It is natural that the fields, technological processes, etc., are characterized by their specifics and the safety rules should be different for them. In pharmacies, laboratories, training and scientific research laboratories, warehouses, production equipment are subject to daily cleaning. Cabinets in storage rooms should be cleaned as needed, but at least once a week. Wet cleaning of the pharmacy, laboratory/ factory (floor and equipment) before starting work. Only dry cleaning of laboratory / production using disinfectants is not allowed. Waste and rubbish should be collected in special containers with a moving lid and should be removed at least once a day. Hand-washed sinks, toilets and garbage containers should be cleaned, rinsed and disinfected daily. Personnel are required to follow the rules of personal hygiene and industrial sanitation, to carry out the relevant personnel to perform food, smoking, as well as storage of food, tobacco and personal medicines in pharmacies, training and scientific research laboratories and departures. Pharmaceutical establishments do not comply with the hygienic norms of the internal and external environment, physical, chemical and biological factors of the labor process. The facility also does not take into account psychosocial factors related to safety (stress, communication, post-traumatic stress, etc.); Most pharmaceutical establishments (50-60%) do not have a fire board with appropriate equipment, evacuation exit and scheme. Also has no person responsible for the matter; Disobsibility and specialist protection/separation facility prior to pandemic were minimal (increased by 99%) during pandemic; The state should create an appropriate legislative and institutional framework; We think this will help transform the existing department into an effective labor inspectorate. The possibility will be created of the institutional capacity of its independence and efficiency, and the law will also provide guarantees for the individual independence of inspectors. Also, the bill should directly refer to the Labor Inspectorate as the body responsible for law enforcement.

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2021-07-16
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Nana Gorgaslidze, & Nodar Sulashvili. (2021). SCIENTIFIC DISCUSSION ON NORMATIVE ISSUES OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, SANITARY AND HYGIENIC EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DEMANDS IN PHARMACY ESTABLISHMENTS DURING COVID DISEASES IN THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA. Science Review, (3(38). https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_sr/30072021/7637
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