Certified, Compliant Disposal
Patriot Medwaste was formed to facilitate the increasing requests from our clients in healthcare and scientific research who were looking for a single-source provider to securely destroy and dispose of their medical and biohazardous waste. Patriots Medwaste division offers the most cost-effective and customer service driven medical waste disposal solutions available. All services are fully OSHA, DOT, Health Department and HIPAA compliant. We understand the medical waste regulations in each state and our certified team of professionals provide proactive, compliant solutions to clients throughout DC, Maryland, and Virginia.
- Doctor offices
- Dental offices
- Health departments
- Surgery centers
- Urgent care facility
- Blood banks
- Research facilities
- Sharps disposal
- Chemotherapy disposal
- Regulated Medical disposal
- Pathological disposal
- Pharmaceutical disposal
Are you aware that OSHA may fine you up to $12,000 for each non-compliant item on their checklist? Are you current on your MSDS/SDSs, Safety Training, and Safety Plans? Have you conducted your own workplace OSHA audit?
Get in OSHA compliance with our online OSHA Compliance Program, which includes:
- Training Courses – Safety training for your employees with instant certification, including Bloodborne Pathogens, Hazcom, HIPAA, DoT, Fire Safety, and Electrical Safety
- Safety Data Sheet Management – View, print, store, and organize millions of SDSs
- Safety Plan Builder – Complete all your OSHA required safety plans in minutes
- Safety Audits – Identify compliance deficiencies by taking audits of your facility
- Federal Regulations – Stay up to date with the most current regulations
- ICD-10 Search and Conversion System – Transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 smoothly
- and more…
Manage OSHA compliance via one powerful web portal.
We help manage your compliance needs with our one-stop online compliance solution. Compatible with your desktop, tablet, or mobile device, you can conveniently manage and protect your business anytime, anywhere.
It’s not just bloodborne pathogens you need to consider. Other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) include secretions and fluids produced by the body and equipment and material containing OPIM could be considered hazardous waste.