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Steri•Safe® OSHA Compliance Solutions

Steri•Safe® OSHA Compliance Solutions

Comprehensive online trainings and resources to help you remain OSHA compliant and maintain a safer, healthful workplace.

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Gain Access to Customizable OSHA Resources 



An ongoing OSHA compliance training program is not only crucial to maintain compliance and keep your employees safe, but also to protect your practice from potential penalties for OSHA violations.


  With Steri•Safe OSHA, you get access to:

OSHA Online Trainings

Image of sharpAccess up-to-date OSHA trainings to help you manage the OSHA bloodborne pathogens and hazard communication standards. Access our Safety Meetings Library covering personal protective equipment and risk reduction topics.

OSHA Safety Plan Builder

Image of Bio-hazardous Waste SegregationOffering you step-by-step guidance to develop an Exposure Control Plan, a Hazard Communication Program, an Injury & Illness Prevention Program and an Emergency Preparedness Program.

Dedicated OSHA Expert

Image of Bio-hazardous Waste SegregationOur in-house OSHA experts will facilitate on-site trainings and conduct a 150-point Mock-OSHA Facility Evaluation to identify any areas of risk in your facility. They will answer your toughest questions and help you maintain compliance.

Service Levels to Match Your Needs

Image of Bio-hazardous Waste SegregationCustom build your Steri•Safe compliance package with services that matter most for your facility. From self-serve compliance to a more hands-on approach, we’re here to help you in any way you need.

No Fine. No FailSM OSHA Guarantee

Image of sharpFollow our program and recommendations to maintain compliance with bloodborne pathogens and medical waste management practices, or we’ll pay your OSHA-related penalties in those areas.

OSHA Safety Data Sheets Database

Image of Bio-hazardous Waste SegregationCompile your OSHA-required safety data sheets (SDS) binder by accessing and printing over 10 million SDS from our regularly updated database for various hazardous chemicals that may be in your workplace.

Safe and Compliant Medical Waste Disposal

Image of Bio-hazardous Waste SegregationPair your OSHA Compliance with our regulated medical waste service. With over 30 years of experience serving facilities like yours, we provide compliant pickup, treatment, and disposal of your medical waste.

Why Steri•Safe Compliance Solutions?

Simple, Professional Service

Expert Partners by Your Side

One Source, Countless Solutions

We’ve designed our operations to deliver convenience, with minimal intrusion into your busy schedule. Using on-demand digital tools and professional drivers with a 98%1 on-time track record, we keep your back office running smoothly.

Our team of in-house HIPAA and OSHA experts provide deep knowledge when and where you want it. From online training to live audits to acute response, Stericycle partners with you to manage both day to day needs and unexpected situations.

From biohazardous and pharmaceutical waste to HIPAA and OSHA training to medical products, Stericycle offers an unparalleled breadth of services. Build a package that’s right for you, and we’ll grow our partnership alongside your business.

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Service Options to Meet Your Unique Needs





White Glove Onboarding

  • Premium onboarding experience with walkthrough of resources and tools

Personalized Expert Check-Ins

  • Regular checkpoints to discuss building safety plans, correcting OSHA programs and regular support

Dedicated Compliance Expert

  • Conduct 150-point mock-OSHA evaluation
  • Annual Bloodborne Pathogens Training
  • Annual Hazard Communication Awareness Training
  • Ongoing support to answer any OSHA questions

No Fine. No FailSM OSHA Guarantee


OSHA Safety Assessments

  • OSHA Safety Assessments on
  • Action Plan recommendations for compliance gaps

OSHA Online Trainings on

  • NEW! Hazard Communication Awareness Training
  • Award-winning Bloodborne Pathogens Training
  • Access to our Safety Meetings Library

OSHA Compliance Resources on

  • Access to our database of over 10M Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  • Customizable OSHA Safety Plan Templates available on our Safety Plan Builder

Additional Trainings & Resources on

  • Department of Transportation (DOT) Training
  • Biohazardous Waste Training with state-specific biohazardous waste resources
  • Participation tracking and reporting
  • Downloadable recordkeeping forms

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OSHA Frequently Asked Questions

What is OSHA?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ensures that employees work in a safe environment by setting and enforcing standards, and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance. Organizations are OSHA compliant once they have adhered to all applicable regulations.  

How can my organization become OSHA compliant?

To become OSHA compliant, organizations must first understand OSHA standards and interpretation letters, and how they impact their workforce. Full details are provided on OSHA’s website. Stericycle’s Steri-Safe  OSHA Compliance Solutions can help you ensure your organization is compliant.

What are OSHA standards for healthcare?

OSHA requires healthcare employers to provide workers with a safe workplace, free from any known hazards that cause or are likely to cause injury or death. When healthcare organizations are compliant with OSHA, they can provide more consistent staff and patient safety, higher employee morale and retention, and enhanced patient satisfaction and quality care. OSHA regulations continue to evolve to meet environmental, scientific, and safety standards. To get the most comprehensive standards for healthcare facilities, please contact Stericycle for further support. 

What is the OSHA inspection process?

The OSHA inspection process includes several steps which your Stericycle Expert can help you prepare for. After completing our training, you and your staff will be prepared for meeting OSHA standards and keeping your workplace safe. For those with larger facilities or looking for more personal attention, we offer onsite training with OSHA Educators to ensure your staff are well-prepared for OSHA inspection.  

OSHA's website offers resources on their inspections so you can be aware of their policies, priorities and more.

When can OSHA inspect my facility and how should I prepare?

OSHA can potentially inspect any workplace.  The agency has specific inspection priorities such as: Imminent danger situations, severe injuries and illnesses, worker complaints, referrals, targeted inspections and follow up inspections.  These inspections could include a phone, fax or onsite investigation.   

Onsite inspection could feel intimidating so understanding the process and knowing what to prepare for is important.  Once the OSHA inspector is on site you could expect the following activities: 

  • Presentation of credentials
  • Opening conference
  • Walkaround
  • Closing conference

During this process, they may request additional information and records or could request to speak individually with employees.  In the closing conference, OSHA will often outline any potential issues they found and will follow up with written documentation of any violations.  

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