Instantly become OSHA compliant with our comprehensive online safety program. 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 anywhere, anytime.
OSHA may fine you up to $7,000 for each non-compliant item on their checklist. Are you current on your MSDS's, 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:
Give us a call today to get in compliance and stay in compliance.
Protect your business, employees, customers, and vendors from the risks of a data breach.
We have a passion here at Carolina Biomedical Disposal for compliance and the solutions we bring to the market place. This passion allows us to be innovative and pushes us to constantly be improving our overall service.
Our "outside the box" thought process helped us identify the growing epidemic of data breaches, data security, and data privacy. The ever-expanding epidemic revolving around data breaches and data security can easily become a significant business expense for any size customer, which is why we are so excited and so proud to bring you Readiness Pro!
What is Readiness Pro?
Readiness Pro comprises the patent-pending CSR Risk Assessment program and the award winning Breach Reporting Service™. Readiness Pro will help strengthen the data privacy practices within your business, which will help with the overall privacy of your patients, customers, and employees.
How does the Risk Assessment Program work?
The Readiness Pro Risk Assessment Program is an online self-assessment tool that helps you review, revise and revisit your business processes for handling the personally identifiable information (PII) of your customers, employees and vendors, as required by a host of legislation and regulations.
Risk Assessment 3 Step Process:
1) Review – Take a Self-Assessment Data Privacy Questionnaire
Detect all locations of personally identifiable information (PII) in an organization & determine how PII is Acquired, Accessed, Handled, Transmitted, Stored, & Destroyed.
2) Revise – Implement Readiness Policies & Remediation Instructions
A dashboard will show progress and generate tasks to improve compliance. You can improve your business risk scores by remediation and implementation of further program offerings. Upon successful completion of the analysis and remediation, your business will earn a Certificate of Completion and the ID Stay Safe Digital Seal that you can use on your website and advertising.
3) Revisit – Continually Improve Risk Score
Routinely monitor and audit performance to meet legal, regulatory and other compliance requirements with 24/7 access to allow ongoing and regular monitoring.
Breach Reporting Service™ 4 Step Process:
1) Collect all necessary information
2) Call the toll-free number
3) CSR Privacy Professionals evaluate the incident using the powerful & patented CSR systems
4) CSR completes all necessary reporting and, if needed, works with the user to complete consumer notification
What does CSR Breach Reporting Service do for me?
In the event of the actual or suspected breach of PII, the CSR Breach Reporting Service reports to authorities and notifies consumers, as required.
Your call to the in-house CSR team of privacy professionals initiates a custom evaluation of your incident to determine if authorities and consumers must be notified. CSR files the necessary breach reports on your behalf, and consumer notification can be prepared with your input.
Why do businesses need this?
Many state, federal and international laws require businesses to protect the personally identifiable information (PII) of employees, vendors and customers. Penalties for noncompliance can include fines, prosecution and even jail time. North Carolina and South Carolina are two of the strictest states when it comes to the laws regulating how a breach is to be handled and how they want their affected residents to be notified. Both of these jurisdictions require businesses that deal with their residents to maintain comprehensive risk assessment, remediation and monitoring programs related to their handling of legally protected PII. A violation may include an attorney general investigation and up to a $5,000 fine per offense. Each week could be considered a separate offense. If a person was injured or a business broken up by violation, treble the amount of the verdict may be awarded.
Watch CSR’s Breach Reporting Service and Readiness videos below to learn why reporting and notification is mandatory, how the service works, and who the experts are behind it!
Carolina Biomedical Disposal ensures proper pickup, treatment, and disposal of biohazards, such as “red bag” medical waste and sharps containers. As the leading provider of medical waste disposal services, protecting people and the environment from the risks associated with biohazards is at the heart of what we do.
With Carolina Biomedical Disposal, you can be confident that you’ve chosen an experienced medical waste disposal company, with up-to-date knowledge, flexible scheduling, and regulatory waste expertise that you can trust — whether your needs involve a single waste (such as sharps disposal) or the integration of several regulated wastes (such as hazardous pharmaceuticals or dental amalgam disposal).
The regulations associated with various biohazards and their disposal are intricate, vary by state and local requirements, and are regulated by several federal government agencies including:
If your facility also disposes of pharmaceuticals or hazardous waste, distinct regulatory requirements apply to these regulated wastes as well.
With a diverse range of service offerings, Carolina Biomedical Disposal can expertly accommodate your specialty waste disposal needs, too.
5 Gallon Pharmaceutical Bucket OTC/RX
We offer pharmaceutical waste disposal management for the following services:
The Environmental Protection Agency under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) mandates proper disposal of any drug that meets the criteria for being a hazardous waste.
Other pharmaceuticals that are not currently regulated under RCRA are often called non-RCRA hazardous pharmaceuticals. Best management practices encourage the disposal of pharmaceuticals that are non-RCRA hazardous waste by incineration at a facility permitted to accept non-RCRA hazardous pharmaceuticals.
These pharmaceuticals should not be placed into red bags or sharps containers as these may be treated by methods other than incineration. Segregation (separation) of these items into a dedicated non-RCRA pharmaceutical container, marked for incineration, helps to ensure proper disposal.
Additionally, California Department of Public Health requires the segregation and incineration of affected waste pharmaceuticals that are not federally regulated under Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). These must be incinerated at a medical waste treatment facility.
RCRA (pronounced WRECK-rah or RICK-rah), outlined by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), gives guidance regarding medications that are known environmental hazards. These are called hazardous pharmaceutical wastes or RCRA drug wastes. By law, RCRA drug wastes must be disposed of by a company, such as Carolina Biomedical Disposal, that specializes in hazardous waste management.
Pharmaceutical buckets are safe, easy to order, and budget-friendly. For a quote, Click or Call 855-RED-BAGS.
Our Carolina Biomedical Disposal product specialists help match the right product solution to your disposal needs. We pride ourselves on our customer-centric service.
Our goal is to provide superior customer service while going that extra mile to help you promote safety and compliance. Carlina Biomedical Disposal’s product offerings are designed to complement and enhance your medical waste management programs.
Our waste containers are easy to order and budget-friendly. For a quote, Click or Call 855-RED-BAGS.
Whether you’re a small private practice or a large corporation with satellite locations in healthcare, pharmaceutical, government, or research industries, you need a simple and economical way to transfer, process and destroy your unwanted pharmaceutical waste.
Our Mail Back Pharmaceutical Destruction Program is built with tight diversion control in mind, minimizing the number of people that come in contact with pharmaceutical waste and maximizing the process of controls. With our program, there’s no need for unknown personnel in your facility. You handle and package, and ship your waste. Carolina Biomedical Disposal has partnered with a DEA-licensed business, will witness the pharmaceutical destruction and provide a certificate of destruction to you within a timely manner.
Our Mail Back Pharmaceutical Destruction Program offers:
We offer the following container sizes for our mail back program:
The certificate of destruction is included with your purchase.
Mail back controls are safe, easy to order, and budget-friendly. For a quote, Click or Call 855-RED-BAGS.
Pharmacies and government agencies are joining the nationwide effort to safely dispose of unused medications by providing convenient, secure DEA-compliant collection receptacles. The collection kiosk provides a simple and effortless way for individuals to safely dispose of unused or expired pharmaceuticals. For pharmacies and law enforcement or municipal facilities, it is a cost-effective, easy-to-manage service. Simple, Safe and Secure
Kiosks are attractive, safe, easy to install, simple to maintain and budget-friendly. For a quote, Click or Call 855-RED-BAGS.