In healthcare facilities, sharp disposal containers are an essential tool for managing medical waste. They are used to store and dispose of used needles, syringes, scalpel blades, lancets, and other sharp medical items. The containers are usually made of puncture-resistant materials, such as heavy-duty plastic or metal, and have tight-fitting lids to prevent injury and exposure to sharp objects. These containers are placed in patient care areas and treatment rooms to provide a safe and convenient means of disposing of sharps. The use of sharps disposal containers is crucial for preventing needle sticks and reducing the risk of infection, as well as complying with federal regulations for the safe disposal of medical waste. Additionally, regular training is provided to healthcare workers on the proper use and disposal of sharps containers to further ensure the safety of patients and staff.