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Here at Compliance Alliance, we make every effort to make compliance as simple and low cost as possible. Free and charitable clinics are often the cornerstone of healthcare for many in our community. We recognize the untold benefits of programs and services provided through free and charitable clinics in our community. To enhance their programs and help mitigate their liability, we are committed to providing both OSHA and Infection Control services at deeply discounted (often zero cost) to these organizations. We will continue to provide these services for as long as they operate and serve the healthcare needs of at-risk families in our midst.

Finally, in addition to our pro bono program, we also sponsor a community service/volunteer program for our team members. Every Compliance Alliance team member who steps up and volunteers their time outside of work hours, with an approved organization, is granted vacation hours in recognition of their contributions to our community. 

Recent Blog Posts

Floors Prove a Source of Infection

Infection Control Today recently published an article on management of floors in healthcare facilities. Although your facility may not be a hospital, many of the principles certainly apply. Floors were... Read More

Why Neutralize High Level Disinfectants

It is illegal in some parts of the country to dump used OPA or glutaraldehyde down the drain without neutralizing it first. It is a popular misconception that used OPA... Read More

617 Candida Auris Cases in the US

A trip to the hospital might suddenly be even less desirable. A superbug considered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as “a serious global health threat’’ has been... Read More

Hand Hygiene and Pathogens in Public Restrooms

Many people use handwashing and hand-drying facilities in public washrooms under the impression that these amenities are hygienic. However, such facilities may be potential sites for the transmission of pathogenic... Read More

10.4% of healthcare workers tested were contaminated with patient bacteria following PPE removal

During a recent study of inpatient healthcare workers, more than a third of healthcare staff were found to be contaminated with multi-drug resistant organisms after caring for patients colonized or... Read More