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Our compliance consultants conduct a "Mock" Inspection & training for the entire team. The training covers all of the latest info from the CDC & OSHA w/ COVID-19 updates. Can be done
on-site or virtually.
Training is reviewed & fully accredited by the Academy of General Dentistry. Our compliance consultants are licensed dental healthcare providers who are authorized OSHA trainers & certified in infection control.
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"Mock" Compliance Inspection & Practice Owner Huddle
Our "mock" safety inspection uses a CDC & OSHA approved checklist. It works to ensure that proper engineering controls are in place to prevent potential workplace hazards and break the chain of infection in the dental practice setting. The practice owner "huddle" is provided to review findings and give recommendations to areas that need to be strengthened. The timeframe to complete this option is based on practice size and the practice owner huddle is approximately 30 minutes.
"SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT!" - 1.5 hour OSHA Course - 1.5CE
This course can be conducted during a 1 hour lunch break. It contains the latest information on OSHA standards for the dental practice set forth by Occupational Safety & Health Administration. It is intended to satisfy the annual required OSHA training for dental practices. Administrative team members are encouraged to attend to further strengthen the team approach to safety in the workplace.
Define OSHA and its mission
List the OSHA standards that apply to dental practices, interpret the importance of each standard. List real world examples of OSHA violations that have occurred in the United States within the last 5 years. Provide a list of OSHA responsibilities specific to employers and employees.
Define the Bloodborne Pathogen (BBP) standard, identify BBP basic requirements, and discuss the modes of disease transmission most common to a dental office setting.
Define the Hazard Communication standard. List the standard’s basic requirements, interpret each requirement including successful implementation of engineering controls in a dental office setting.
Define the Ionizing Radiation standard. List the standard’s basic requirements, interpret each requirement including successful implementation of engineering controls in a dental office setting.
Define the Ergonomic Hazards & Prevention standard and Exit Routes standard. List the standard’s basic requirements, interpret each requirement including successful implementation of engineering controls in a dental office setting.
Learn Today, Prevent Tomorrow! - 2 hour Infection Control Course - 2CE
This course provides the latest information on the CDC's recommendations for Infection Control & includes OSHA standards for dental practices set forth by Occupational Safety & Health Administration. Licensed/certified dental professionals will receive 2 CE credits to satisfy license requirements for Infection Control and the dental practice can use this course to satisfy the required annual OSHA training.
Explain the purpose of the CDC, OSHA, and other legal entities that enforce clinical standards/laws for dental healthcare providers.
Define standard precautions and recognize each infection control practice required to provide the safest dental visit as put forth according to CDC guidelines.
Define basic principles of infection control & their implementation in a dental setting.
Identify and define the 6 links on the chain of infection and indicate where the CDC recommended infection control practices can be used to interrupt the chain to prevent infection.
Demonstrate knowledge of CDC’s requirements for administrative measures.
List specific infection prevention practices for the dental healthcare provider’s personal safety
Reiterate the importance of Dental Unit Waterline quality. Provide proven periodic testing/maintenance protocols that adhere to EPA standards for dental practices.