The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is tasked with enforcing federal regulations regarding health and safety. Safety is of the utmost importance in doctors’ offices, and OSHA plays an integral part in ensuring all employees in the medical field comply with safety-related legislation. In large part, this process involves employees completing yearly OSHA trainings.
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Are You on Top of OSHA Compliance Requirements?
When it comes to regulating waste, it’s not just the EPA. OSHA develops and enforces mandatory occupational health and safety requirements across more than six million US workplaces. If you handle hazardous waste—and especially regulated medical waste—your enterprise is certainly among them.
Avoid OSHA Fines in 2017—Tips for OSHA Compliance in Doctors’ Offices
If you thought OSHA fines were bad before, then your doctors’ office could be in for a shock because there’s big news you need to know about recent OSHA compliance issues. For the first time since 1990, the maximum civil penalties for OSHA violations have been raised. Significantly. The fines, in some cases, have raised 78 percent!
OSHA Compliance Training for Medical Practices: Where to Get Certified
If you work in a medical practice of any variety, OSHA compliance training is undoubtedly on your radar every year. But where exactly can you get certified in these OSHA trainings? How does that process work, and what are the various pros and cons of the different available methods?
Is Your OSHA Training Expensive and Inconvenient?
If your facility’s employees are required to undergo OSHA training, you are probably very familiar with all the regulations and rules surrounding those trainings. You are probably also frustrated year in and year out with how expensive and inconvenient those trainings seem to be. It doesn’t need to be that way, though! There are ways to cut down on the time, expense, and headache of OSHA trainings without compromising on quality or your level of compliance.
Choosing Medical Waste Management: 9 Things Surgery Centers Must Know
Hiring medical waste management services at a surgery center is an essential part of ensuring those centers are in full legal compliance with all medical waste disposal laws. However, not all waste management companies are created equal. Before you commit to any one company, keep the following nine points in mind.
Why OSHA Online Training Is So Beneficial
Anyone in the medical field knows that full OSHA compliance training is required, but fewer people know that OSHA online training can make that process a lot more seamless and convenient. If you operate, manage, or work at a medical facility that requires OSHA trainings every year, consider the wide range of benefits that come with implementing the online training course.
OSHA Compliance Training for Atlanta, Georgia, Doctors’ Offices
Keeping your Atlanta, Georgia, doctor’s office in full compliance with all relevant laws and regulations can be difficult, but one such regulation that you’re probably quite familiar with relates to OSHA compliance training. However, if you’re at all confused by what OSHA requires or what your office needs to implement to be compliant, read on!
Important Waste Management Tips for OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Training
For any worker in the medical field who comes in contact with patients, it’s imperative to undergo OSHA bloodborne pathogen training. This ensures workers can operate in a safe and informed way, but completing the training also means those workers will be in full federal OSHA compliance. Not being in compliance can lead to fines, and continued willful noncompliance can result in escalating penalties.
Different Types of OSHA Training for Doctors’ Offices
If you work in a medical facility—a doctor’s office, a hospital, or any other clinical setting—one of the most important things you can do in your profession is being up to date with (and knowledgeable about) all your required OSHA trainings. Some trainings are required every year, while others are more about continually updating and staying on top of new developments in the field. Either way, you want to ensure you’re in full compliance with OSHA’s requirements to avoid fines or other consequences.