Post Medical, Inc. is proud to announce its offering of customized OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens and DOT Hazardous Materials for Regulated Medical Waste training. Each customized training program is available by webinar or on-site. Whether you are a medical waste generator or medical waste disposal company, these interactive training options offer you a real life resource, leaving no issue unresolved.
Where there is healthcare, there is medical waste. A single facility can generate multiple waste streams which have to be managed differently and/or regulated by several governing agencies. Proper management of regulated waste streams helps to protect healthcare workers, patients, and the public. One of the largest waste streams that is handled continually and in a significant number of facilities is medical waste. Medical waste is generally an understood term, but are you fully aware of how this stream should be managed through disposal?
Although regulations have been in place for a long time, it is often unclear to healthcare workers and their supervisors exactly what type of training they require. Training can be difficult for many reasons, and because of this, it is imperative to execute training programs that are relevant to the job functions that the trainees perform. While there are several training programs available from a variety of sources, it is not as simple as buying a video and sitting everyone down to watch it. It is critical that training be implemented around other related procedures. When training is customized around what your facility and employees do, it is much more likely to gain traction, make a long term impression, and help deter potential fines or penalties from regulators.
Start with the basics. The criteria that is required by federal regulation is already covered in our training programs. Based on your State and/or local rules and what is essential to you, Post Medical will customize training presentations that include the detail you want and need to see.
Contact us anytime at 866-330-4845 or via the web at http://postmedical.com/medical-waste-training.html for more information on training options.