Thank you for verifying your email address.

This site uses cookies to provide a streamlined online-preview and purchase experience. To learn more see our current privacy policy.


test test

Hazmat HazWaste in Healthcare

Hazard Communication in Healthcare Facilities

Employees will be introduced to the pertinent Hazard Communication regulations and provide compliance training on the many types of chemicals found in various healthcare environments.

Learn More

HAZCOM for Healthcare: A GHS Overview

This training program will provide caregivers with a solid understanding of OSHA's recently revised Hazard Communication Standard while fully explaining the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).

Learn More

MSDS for Healthcare: Read it Before You Need It

Teach your healthcare employees how to decipher a Material Safety Data Sheet with this informative training program. It explores the different types of hazardous chemicals, details each section of an MSDS, and explains hazard prevention and personal protection.

Learn More

Hazard Communication: It's a Two-Edge Sword

Managing the RISK of hazardous mateirals in your workplace can be a daunting responsibility. Utilize this training program to help your healtchare workers be informed, understand the various types of hazardous chemicals, and know what to do in case of exposure.

Learn More

Safety Orientation: When Preparation Meets Opportunity

Safety Orientation is one of the most important parts of the healthcare profession. Without healthy staff members, those who are ailing won't improve. Be sure to brief new employees on slips, trips and falls as ell as electrical hazards, fire safety and medical waste.

Learn More

Latex Allergy: Stop the Reaction

Healthcare workers are at a high risk of developing an allergy to natural latex gloves and other latex-containing medical supplies. This program highlights the risks of allergic reactions and how to reduce their associated health risks.

Learn More

Needlestick Prevention: Stick to Safety

Understanding the rules of Sharp Safety will protect your staff from injury. This program takes a thorough approach to sharps technology, safe handling techniques, and handling and disposing of sharps.

Learn More

Hazard Communication: You Need to Know

This training program, which complies with OSHA 1910.1200, teaches your healthcare workers how to identify hazardous chemicals, how to assess areas where they may exist, and what to do if exposed.

Learn More