What is OSHA and OSHA Compliance?
OSHA is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. In 1970, OSHA was created with the goal of helping to create a safer work environment by working with businesses to establish standards that were workplace-specific. The Health Care industry needs to follow steps to identify some of the major OSHA requirements and guidance materials that may apply to your health care facility. These steps will lead you to resources on OSHA’s website that will help you comply with OSHA requirements and prevent workplace injuries and illnesses.
Texas Medical Waste is 100% OSHA compliant and offers an affordable, easy to use suite to ensure your business is too! Keep scrolling to learn more.
Our OSHA Compliance Suite
Texas Medical Waste offers a comprehensive suite with easy online training and tools for you and your staff. Here’s what you can count on with our program:
ELECTRONIC MANIFEST – Tracking and Reporting
OSHA AUDITS – Know if Your Facility is 100% Compliant
SAFETY PLANS – Build Your Own or Use and Edit Existing Plans
MSDS/SDS – Print, Store, Search and Add Product Safety Sheets
TRAINING CREDIT BULK RATE PRICING – Multiple Location Discount also Available
DOCUMENTS & FORMS – W-9, Company Forms (Yours & Ours)
OSHA TRAINING – All Required Courses Available (10 credits free at initial set-up)
INFECTIOUS DISEASE – All You Need to know – Always Current
GROUP & INDIVIDUAL TRAINING – Controlled by Your Facility Administrator
FEDERAL & STATE REGULATIONS – Easy to Read and Current
ICD-9 & ICD-10 – Simplify the Conversion
ADDITIONAL OSHA TRAINING CREDITS – at a low cost per credit or bulk pricing.
OSHA 300 – Tracking and Reporting
24/7 ONLINE ACCESS & SUPPORT – Provided at an Industry Low Annual Fee