OSHA Compliance made easy with the experts at American Medical Compliance!
Let’s face it, OSHA compliance can be complicated, tedious, and time consuming. Let American Medical Compliance (AMC) take the headache out of compliance. AMC has a long standing relationship with medical practices, clinics, and healthcare providers. Originally our company was an on-site medical compliance provider that equipped entire teams with training, materials, and guidance. Bringing that same expertise to a completely online approach provides a more affordable and convenient way to help providers around the United States provide training to their own staff in an easy to use online learning platform.
No more long, boring employee trainings! We offer quick and easy online trainings for your staff at their convenience.
OSHA compliance is mandated by law. American Medical Compliance offers complete OSHA compliance services custom tailored to the individual needs of your facility and staff. Our goal is to protect your office from OSHA related issues and complaints while ensuring all staff are protected at all times in the safest work environment possible.
What sets American Medical Compliance apart is that we offer individually tailored high quality compliance services that ensure not only total compliance on every level, but also continuing support in case any issues arise. We are your full service medical compliance provider!
OSHA Compliance can be tricky primarily because of the frequent changes in legislation. We stay on top of ever-changing laws so you don’t have to. Regulations have been stepped up through oversight and education campaigns by public and private sectors for needlesticks and other sharps-related injuries. We work with you to fully understand and comply with Needlestick Safety and Prevention Acts that were passed in November of 2000.
We also work with our clients to become fully compliant with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard which outlines what employers must do to protect workers who are occupationally exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). For example, part of the mandate is to strengthen requirements related to the use of safety-engineered sharp devices.