Compliance & Training

At ASMAI, compliance with federal, state, and local regulations is of the utmost importance to us. Our goal is to protect our clients from potential risk that arises when working with these regulated waste streams. We do this by providing thorough and helpful training such as US DOT Training, HAZCOM Bloodborne Pathogens Training, HAZCOM HIPAA Training, and many more offered for your convenience. We offer both in-person training options as well as online training options so that we can accommodate our clients to the best of our ability. Your safety matters to us!

Contact us today to review your needs for ensuring compliance at your facility!

Facility Audits

Our compliance package offers 70+ facility audits for your practice available at your disposal. Some examples include:

  • Regulated Medical Waste
  • Hazardous Waste
  • OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Toxic and Hazardous Substance Exposure
  • Flammable and Combustible Liquids
  • Hazard Communication
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health Plan
  • Occupational Injury and Illness Reporting
  • Accident Prevention Signs and Tags
  • Alarm systems and Evacuation Plans
  • General Fire Requirements
  • Underground Storage Tanks
  • and SO much MORE!
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Employee Training

ASMAI provides its customers with a wide variety of training options all available in the compliance package. This includes:

  • OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard for Healthcare
  • OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard for Schools
  • Florida Biomedical Waste 64E-16
  • Sharps Safety
  • US DOT Regulated Medical Waste
  • Hazard Communication
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Ergonomics
  • Hand Hygiene for Healthcare
  • Electrical Safety
  • Medicaid C&D
  • Sexual Harassment Prevention NY
  • Texas HB 300
  • Workplace Violence Prevention
  • And Many More...

ASMAI offers in-person training for US DOT compliance. This in-person training offers the customers direct interaction with trainers experienced in the field. The trainers also provide a proper packaging demonstration.

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Facility Safety Plans

Emergency Action Plan

  • An employer must have an Emergency Action Plan and Fire Prevention Plan in writing. These must be kept in the workplace and made available for the employee to review.

Fire Prevention Plan

  • An employer must review the plan with employees when initially assigned to a job, or if the job or plan details change.

Exposure Control Plan

  • An employer having any employee with "occupational exposure" must establish a written Exposure Control Plan. This must be reviewed and updated at least annually to reflect any changes in your facility such as employees or technologies, in order to reduce exposures to blood or O.P.I.M

Hazard Communication Plan

  • All workplaces where employees are exposed to hazardous chemicals must have a Hazardous Communication Program. This must be updated as hazards or hazardous chemicals within your facility, or other details within this safety plan change. Failure to produce a completed written
    Hazard Communication Program is common OSHA violation.


OSHA Logs (300/300A/301)

  • Many employers with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. Check the OSHA website for exemptions. Recordkeeping is an effective way to analyze and reassess hazards in the workplace.

Code of Federal Regulation

  • Code of Federal Regulations- A reference section containing all 225.000 federal regulations to assist with accurate regulatory information.

SDS MSDS Library

  • The workplace must maintain copies of required SDS/MSDSs for each hazardous chemical and ensure they are readily available during every work shift to employees when they are in their work area. Millions of SDS/MSDS's are available to search, view, save, and print, and a separate set must be organized for each facility location. The SDS/MSDS documents may be online or in a binder, however, they must be readily available to all employees.

Online Portal Access

Online Manifest

  • Our compliance package gives our customers access to online manifest at the push of a button. Our driver will pickup your waste streams and the online manifest is sent directly to you in seconds, then when the waste is processed, you receive the completed manifest confirming your waste was properly handled and treated.

Online Portal

  • Our online portal gives our customers access to:
    • Manifests
    • Training options
    • Employee records
    • Pickup schedules
    • Facility audits
    • So much more!
  • All of this information is at the click of a button. Our GOAL is to make sure our clients have access to all of their information relating their waste streams.

Ready to discuss our compliance packages? Contact us now for a quote!