OSHA

6 scary consequences of not following good infection control practicesAn exploration of some of the problems and practice-endangering penalties that can occur due to poor infection control protocols.
7 ways poor infection control can endanger your practicePoor infection control actions in the dental office can affect your reputation and bottom line.
Smart Training introduces Essentials compliance package
Smart Training introduces Essentials compliance packageThe platform is said to be the first DIY compliance solution for dental practices.
5 things you should be doing NOW to improve infection controlPaying attention to these details can mean preventing infection risks for both your patients and staff.
The dangers of STDs in the dental practice
The dangers of STDs in the dental practiceWhat every dental professional needs to know about contracting STDs in the dental practice.
10 questions you need to ask about infection control
10 questions you need to ask about infection controlPoor infection control practices can lead to major problems for your patients, so it's critical to ensure you're doing everything to prevent dental infections.
The real cost of your HazCom binder
The real cost of your HazCom binderAs the second most common OSHA violation, most dental offices already have the Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) on their radar. Each office should have at least one staff member who understands the requirement to keep safety data for products both “readily available” and “up to date” in a work area regularly used by employees.