We offer all of the training your facility needs to be knowledgeable on all OSHA, DOT, and EPA regulations for medical waste disposal. Eco Medical Waste Disposal offers a one-stop online compliance solution that you and your team can conveniently access and manage.
Bloodborne Pathogens Training
Required for any individual with occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens and must be taken upon initial assignment and at least annually.
Hazard Communication Training
Required for any individual with hazardous materials in their work are and must be taken prior to assignment with hazardous chemicals and when new hazards are introduced.
DOT - RMW Training
Required for any individual who prepares regulated medical waste for transportation, including those who package the waste or prepare and sign the medical waste manifest documents. Required within 90 days of assignment to specified work function and at least every 3 years after.
Online safety audits
Over 70 interactive assessments to analyze compliance requirements, find deficiencies, and assign and track corrective actions.
MSDS / SDS Management
Millions of SDS / MSDS available for search, view, save, and print are all accessible online that are organized by location, department, and room.
OSHA Logs 300 / 300A / 301
Employers with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses.
Healthcare Safety Plans
Emergency Action Plan
An employer must have an Emergency Action Plan and a Fire Prevention Plan in writing which is available for employees to view.
Fire Prevention Plan
An employer must review the plans with employees when initially assigned to a job or if the job or plan details change.
Exposure Control Plan
If employees have “occupational exposure” to blood or other potentially infectious materials then the facility must establish a written Exposure Control Plan that is reviewed at least annually to reflect any changes in your facility.
Hazard Communication Program
All workplaces where employees are exposed to hazardous chemicals must have a Hazardous Communication Program. Failure to produce a completed written Hazard Communication Program is a common OSHA violation.