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The results of 407 inspections conducted in all nine provinces in the public health care sector in 2014/2015‚ showed that only 91 facilities complied while 316 did not comply.This showed that the compliance level for hazardous biological agents stood at just 22%.In 2014/2015‚ the worst performing provinces included the Eastern Cape at 18%‚ Gauteng Province at 9% and Limpopo at a shocking zero%.“This resulted in some facilities being closed down as a result of the outcome of inspections conducted.Many of the severe cases were found in clinics in rural areas in particular‚” said the department. The Eastern Cape improved to 67% but Gauteng Province and Limpopo continued on their downward trend and noncompliance at zero% respectively.Northern Cape and Kwa Zulu-Natal also decreased their compliance level.
“No country can afford deaths or injuries that take place in the workplace and also the burden that this places on a country’s social security system‚” said Tibor Szana‚ Chief Inspector at the Department of Labour.
He was speaking at a Hazardous Biological Agents (HBA) Seminar in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday as the results of inspections conducted in the public health care sector presented gross levels of non-compliance.
Hazardous biological agents are infectious and toxic.
They can also cause allergic reactions such as hypersensitivity pneumonitis‚ allergic rhinitis‚ some types of asthma and organic dust toxic syndrome.
In health care institutions‚ employees are exposed to them while treating patients suffering from infectious diseases.