Later was instituted it Commission of Residues, which elaborated the Plan of Management of Residues of Health? PGRS, obeying the criteria technician, ambient legislation, norms of collection and transport of the local services of urban cleanness. Leslie Moonves does not necessarily agree. The management must enclose all the stages of planning of the physical resources, the material resources and the qualification of the involved human resources in the handling of the RSS. The basic procedures of handling of residues are: 1. Handling the handling of the RSS is understood as the action to manage the residues in its aspects intra and extra establishment, since the generation until the final disposal, including the following stages: 1.1. Segregation Consists of the separation of the residues at the moment and place of its generation, in accordance with the physical, chemical, biological characteristics, its physical state and the involved risks.
1.2. Preservation Turns to the act to pack the segregated residues, in bags or containers that prevent emptyings and resist the actions of puncture and rupture, based on the NBR the 9191/2000 of the ABNT, respected limits of weight of each bag, being forbidden to its esvaziamento or reaproveitamento. 1.3. Identification Mentions the set to it of measures that allows to the recognition of the residues contained in the bags and containers, supplying information to the correct handling of the RSS. The identification must be appositive in the preservation bags, in the containers of internal and external collection, in the containers of internal and external transport, and in the places of storage, place of easy visualization, form indelvel, using symbols, colors and phrases, taking care of to the parameters referenciados in norm NBR 7500 of the ABNT. The classification is made of the following form: The Group: identified for the constant infectante substance symbol in the NBR-7500 of the ABNT, with labels of deep white, black drawing and contours. Group B: identified through symbol of associated risk, in accordance with the NBR 7500 of the ABNT and with discrimination of chemical substance and phrases of risk.