The Importance of the Safer Choice Label

What’s Inside Does Matter

US EPA Safer Choice program logo

Product labeling can be technical and difficult to understand. This is true for ice cream, frozen meals, shampoo, home cleaning products, and cleaners used in the Sterile Processing Department. You shouldn’t need a degree in chemistry to understand whether the products you use at home or in your work environment is safe and effective. Choosing the safest products is easier when you look for the Safer Choice label.

When you see the Safer Choice label on a product, it represents the entire Safer Choice Standard—a set of commitments regarding the safest product ingredients, product performance, pH standards, sustainable packaging and more to ensure that products with the label are safer options for human and environmental health.

The Case Medical Commitment

Sustainability is not simply a good habit, it is the right thing to do for people and for the environment. That’s why Case Medical is a participant in the US EPA Safer Choice program and has been named Safer Choice Partner of the Year for three consecutive years.

Case Solutions® and SuperNova® cleaners and lubricant all display the Safer Choice label and are composed of only the safest ingredients in their class. They are validated for effectiveness and meet all US EPA requirements for safety and environmental preference, including to be biodegradable and free of toxic and hazardous chemicals.

In addition, the same Case Medical instrument chemistries meet ANSI/AAMI standards as ideal cleaning agents: to be compatible with medical devices, efficacious for all types of clinical soils, non-abrasive, low foaming, free rinsing, biodegradable, non-toxic, able to rapidly dissolve and disperse soil, and have a shelf-life consistent with clinical use.

Sustainable Choices for Your Facility

If you are interested in bringing safer and sustainable instrument chemistries to your facility, read more about our Instrument Chemistries, email info@casemed.com, or contact your local Case Medical representative.

For more information on the Safer Choice program, visit US EPA Safer Choice Program.