Compliance Training

Compliance Training

Our Compliance Training Programs Will Enable Your Team To Meet The Training Requirements Of:

  • OSHA
  • Florida Department of Health (FDOH)
  • Department of Transportation (DOT/FDOT)

We provide online, on-site, and live web training as well as training packages including manuals and mock inspections for your facility.

We provide online OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens, DOT Hazardous Material, FDOH Biomedical waste disposal and HIPAA training. No matter what your need, MWaste can help you keep safe and maintain compliance.
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Compliance Training

Our Online Courses

Narrated And Illustrated To Visualize The Course Material

A link for the online course(s) must be purchased for EACH employee who will

  • Receive their unique login and have full access to the course(s)
  • Work at their own learning pace
  • Save where they left off and resume the course until it is completed
  • Complete each chapter and quiz in sequence prior to moving on to the next chapter
  • Retake the quiz and review previous lessons
  • Receive a weekly reminder if the course has not been completed within the specified time
  • Download outline(s) and handout(s)
  • Download and print their certificate

Our In-person training includes:

  • Walk-through and mock inspection
  • Review manuals (current within the last 3 years)
  • Training certificate
  • Question & Answer session
  • Findings and recommendations report
  • Telephone support

Our Live web training includes:

  • Live PowerPoint presentation
  • Sign in sheet & outline
  • Training certificate
  • Telephone support
  • Microsoft Teams platform
  • Ask about specials

The OSHA Safety Manual includes:

  • Bloodborne Pathogens- Exposure Control Plan (required by 29 CFR 1910.1030)
  • Emergency Action Plan (Including hurricane, tornado, flood, earthquake)
  • Fire Safety Procedures
  • Workplace Violence
  • Hazard Communication Policy including the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) (required by 29 CFR 1910.1200)
  • Instructions for new hires
  • 12 personalized forms and reports
  • Copy of various OSHA standards
Biohazard Compliance

OSHA Requirements:

  • Annual and refresher training for ALL employees who have exposure to bloodborne pathogens in the workplace
  • Maintain an Exposure Control Plan
  • Maintain a Hazard Communication Plan, Emergency Action Plan, Fire Safety & Prevention Plan
  • PPE Hazard assessment
  • Maintain training records

Any employee who has the POTENTIAL for exposure to blood and other potentially infectious diseases as they perform their job duties.

DOH requirements:

  • Annual and refresher training for ALL employees who handle, treat, store or transfer biomedical waste
  • Maintain a written operating plan
  • Maintain training records and waste receipts for 3 years
  • Maintain a contract with a registered biomedical waste transporter
  • Properly package, segregate, handle and store biomedical waste generated at your facility
  • Apply for a DOH Biomedical Waste Permit prior to opening your facility

Any employee who handles, treats, stores or transfers biomedical waste as a part of their work responsibilities.

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HIPAA Compliance

HIPAA Requirements:

  • Initial training for new employees who handle PHI or ePHI
  • Periodic training for employees handling PHI or ePHI
  • Maintain HIPAA policies & procedures
  • Conduct a risk analysis

Any employee who handles PHI OR ePHI as a part of their work.

DOT requirements:

Specifically geared towards generators and transporters of Regulated Medical Waste

  • Employees must receive initial general awareness, function specific, safety & security training
  • Training must be completed within six months of employment and every three years thereafter
  • Document & Complete a HazMat test for HazMat employees
  • Employers must maintain a written safety and health program

Anyone who signs the waste receipt – including healthcare workers or Environmental staff.
Anyone who loads, unloads or handles hazardous materials – including biomedical waste drivers and environmental staff.
Anyone who accepts or treats hazardous waste – including autoclave treatment facility staff.

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