violation

How to know when it’s time to call OSHA
How to know when it’s time to call OSHADid you spot an OSHA violation at your practice? Here’s what to do.
5 surefire ways to get an OSHA inspectionOSHA violations can be detrimental to your reputation and your practice’s bottom line. Here’s how to avoid an on-site inspection.
How to evaluate HIPAA compliance in your dental practice
How to evaluate HIPAA compliance in your dental practiceBeing 100-percent HIPAA compliant may be impossible, but risk assessment and management plans can save you from hefty violation fines.
7 ways poor infection control can endanger your practicePoor infection control actions in the dental office can affect your reputation and bottom line.
3 critical reasons your dental practice should be using encrypted email
3 critical reasons your dental practice should be using encrypted emailShould offices be using an encrypted email system to send patient information? Here are three reasons why, if dental practices want to avoid costly HIPAA violations.
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.