Osha Compliance


Med Waste LA helps manage your OSHA compliance needs with our one-stop online safety compliance portal. Compatible with your desktop, tablet or mobile device, it allows you to conveniently manage your safety needs anywhere, anytime.


Log in to complete the required Bloodborne Pathogens and HIPAA training sessions; search, view, print and organize material safety data sheets; complete online safety audits; complete OSHA compliant safety plans, and make them available for your employees to view online.

Click on the OSHA link to get more info and training.

The BBP Training satisfies the annual OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens requirement on exposure control principles and practices. The HIPAA Training satisfies the HHS privacy requirement.
  • Easy to follow online training videos
  • Train in less than one hour
  • Instant certification with automatic online storage
  • Easy-to-use administration page
  • Automatic email reminders
Assess and identify health, safety and fire hazards as they apply to specific OSHA Regulations.
  • Answer questions, add comments and take photos for each question
  • View corresponding regulations as they apply to each audit question
  • Assign tasks with email reminders to correct deficiencies
  • Over 75 safety audits
Complete and edit OSHA compliant safety plans, and make them available to your employees online.
  • Exposure Control Plan
  • Hazard Communication Program
  • Fire Prevention Program
  • Emergency Action Plan
The perfect MSDS online solution for any business. Search, view, print, save and organize all of your MSDSs easier and faster.
  • MSDSs organized by location, department or room
  • Add electronic notes to each MSDS
  • Immediate OSHA compliance
  • Automatic email reminders
Research, print and organize the complete Code of Federal Regulations. Understand and share OSHA, EPA, DOT/Hazmat regulations and more.
  • All 203,000 federal regulations
  • Continuously updated
  • Includes current and archive regulations
  • Add electronic notes
Prepare now to meet the requirements of the new OSHA Hazard Communication Standard.
  • Hazard classification
  • Labels
  • Safety data sheets