(1) An emergency spill response and decontamination plan must describe, at a minimum, procedures for:
(a) preventing access or exposure to the spill location by unauthorized persons;
(b) the containment of spilled or leaking infectious waste;
(c) the safe repackaging and relabeling of spilled waste or broken or leaking containers; and
(d) reporting the spill or leak to the department and local authorities.
(2) A spill containment and cleanup kit must contain, at a minimum:
(a) absorbent material for spilled liquids;
(b) hospital grade disinfectant;
(c) packaging and labeling supplies;
(d) a shovel, broom, and bucket; and
(e) protective clothing, including gloves, masks, and protective eyewear.
(3) A spill or release of infectious waste during transport, storage, or treatment must be reported to the department within 24 hours of the spill or release.