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Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Year: 2018  |  Volume: 13  |  Issue: 2  |  Page No.: 376 - 383

Influence of External Factors on Medical Waste Management Practices among Public Hospitals in Libya

Mohammed Khalifa Abdelsalam, Ahmed Yusni Bahaudin and Ahmed Mohammed Kamaruddeen    

Abstract: Previous studies have shown that certain organizational characteristics such as culture, government policy and operational location of an organization will influence the medical waste management practice. Underpinned by the organizational control theory, a survey was conducted to examine the statistical relationships between organizational external factors and the medical waste management practice among public hospitals in Libya. The correlation analysis illustrates that the environmental factors and government policy significantly influence medical waste segregation, collection and disposal.

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