General Safety

General Safety

Workers must be provided with the safety equipment that they are required to wear whenever there is a chance of coming in contact with:

  • Chemicals
  • Blood or other bodily fluids
  • Flying objects (shattered glass, etc.)                                  
  • Note: The personal protective equipment (PPE) should always match the anticipated hazard. There are several types of PPE.

MedSafe will complete an on-site assessment of your facility utilizing a survey tool developed by safety and compliance professionals. This assessment focuses on applicable health and safety standards promulgated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), and other regulatory organizations. Unlike a government inspection, however, our goal is it to protect your facility against loss, legal or disciplinary action, fine or other cost.

Post Assessment 

After completing our initial assessment, MedSafe will provide a formal Report of Recommendations. These recommendations will provide appropriate links to the citation and will cite the relevant standards, guidelines, and other regulatory requirements.

One of the most important aspects of a safe working environment, and one of the most difficult for employers to achieve, is annual training of safety regulations (the specific safety training hazards of an individual workplace). The MedSafe program allows for on-site or internet-based online training, both approved for Continuing Education Units (CEU's) by major healthcare organizations.

Click below if you are interested in our OSHA Compliance Program.

"It is so important to have our office compliant and up-to-date on all the regulations and recommendations ...for our patients and our staff. MedSafe will get you there, too."