Mishandling of Biomedical Waste Has, and Will Continue to Be, a Serious Threat to the Health Of
Medical Professionals and the General Population. the Goal of This Research Was to Identify and Evaluate
The Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors of Persons Involved In Biomedical Waste Management. a Crosssectional
Approach Was Adopted For This Investigation. Research Was Done at Several Medical Facilities In
Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia. Health Workers In Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia, Were the Study's Population.
There Were 140 Total Healthcare Professionals That Took Part In the Research. Structured Questionnaire
Was Used to Gather Quantitative Data and Analyzed Using Descriptive Statistical Methods Guided By The
Statistical Package For Social Sciences (Spss) Version 20. According to the Results, Almost All (96.5)
Healthcare Personnel Are Aware That Poor Biomedical Waste Management Might Pose Health Risks. Nearly
All Respondents (97.1) Agreed That Environmental Issues Were Caused By Improper Handling Of
Biological Wastes. According to the Survey, 73.2 Percent of Respondents Said That Cremation And
Throwing Biomedical Waste into Trash Cans Were the Most Common Ways to Dispose of Such Materials.
The Findings Showed That Most Employees (80.3). Had Not Gotten Proper Training on How to Handle
Biological Waste. Saudi Health Care Personnel In Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia, Have a Favorable Attitude And
Perspective Toward Efficient Management of Health Care Waste, However They Have Poor Practice Wh ...