EPICompliance's Commitment to Effective Training on OSHA Health and Safety Topics that Meets the OSHA Regulatory Requirements

OSHA requires employers to train employees on specific health and safety topics, such as bloodborne pathogens and hazard communication. While OSHA does not require that training courses be OSHA certified, they do require that the training be effective in ensuring that employees understand the hazards they may face in the workplace and how to protect themselves.


EPICompliance is committed to providing high-quality training that meets regulatory requirements and best practices. We take the safety and health of our customers and their employees very seriously and understand the importance of providing training that meets regulatory requirements.


To ensure that our courses meet regulatory requirements, we have taken the following steps:

  1. Conducted a thorough review of regulatory requirements.
    • Our courses are designed to meet regulatory requirements and best practices related to data privacy and security.
  2. Worked with subject matter experts.
    • We work with subject matter experts who have extensive knowledge and experience in data privacy and security regulations to ensure that our courses are accurate and up-to-date.
  3. Developed and tested course materials.
    • Our course materials are developed and tested to ensure they effectively provide the knowledge and skills needed to comply with regulatory requirements.


As part of our commitment to quality and excellence, our OSHA for Healthcare Course with Bloodborne Pathogens Training has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and has been awarded 2 hours of American Medical Association (AMA) Physician's Recognition Award (PRA) Category 1 credit.


For questions or concerns, contact us via the following:

  • Chatbox window on your Complete Compliance Suite screen.
  • Telephone: 877-560-4261
  • Email: support@epicompliance.com