Special Offer

OSHA Program

This course is oriented on providing evidence-based information on the application of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s Standard and Annual Federal Training Requirements in Dental Practice. The sources of information provided in this course is based on the landmark medical-legal cases in dental safety errors, OSHA’s BBP Standards, Building, Equipment & Fire Safety, The Hazard Communication Programs including the Globally Harmonized System in Labeling, the CDC’s Dental Infection Control Recommendations (1993), Guidelines on Dental Infection Control (2003), Dental Safety Measures regarding COVID-19 and other peer-reviewed published materials that have an implication on employee safety.

toothce - osha dental ce courses
by – Raghunath Puttaiah
Expiry:Jun 09 2024
CE Credits: 2 hours
Method: Self-Paced
Expiry:Jun 09 2024
CE Credits: 2 hours
Method: Self-Paced

$25.00Add to cart

$25

$50

What this course teaches

This training program provides evidence-based information on the following:
  • The occupational safety culture in dental practice with respect to employees
  • Following and implementation of OSHA Standards in dental practice during certain pandemic and non-pandemic times, Blood and Airborne Diseases, and Post Exposure Protocols
  • Need of developing and populating a comprehensive safety manual
  • How to do an exercise in understanding GHS labeling of Secondary Containers after reading a Safety Data Sheet
  • Periodic safety inspection of devices including examining and tagging, fire safety

Content

Background and Inspections

  • History of Osha Regulations and Guidelines
  • scope of OSHA
  • Common Citations – What and Why
  • What happens why an employee complains
  • Who is at Risk of Inspections and Examples
  • What happens after an Inspection
  • Documents and Posters

Building and Equipment Safety

  • Fire Safety
  • Fire Safety Plan
  • Compressed Gas Cylinders
  • Eye Wash Station
  • Trash Bins
  • Physician Certified First Aid Kit
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Electrical Devices
  • Glutaraldehyde Safety
  • Radiation Safety
  • CPR Devices
  • Air Compressors and Centralized Evacuation Systems

Bloodborne Pathogen Standards

  • OSHA BBP Standards
  • Scope of BBP Standards
  • Written Exposure Control Plan and Compliance
  • Use of PPE
  • House Keeping Issues
  • Employee Health Records and Record Keeping
  • Hep-B vaccination, Exposure, and Compliance
  • Post Exposure flowchart and follow up
  • Training and Training records

OSHA's Hazard Communication Program

  • Introduction to Hazard Communication Standards
  • GHS in US
  • Employee ‘Right to Know’ Law
  • Steps to Implement the HCS Program
  • Intro to Risks and Types of Chemicals
  • Hazard Classification NFPA and Examples
  • About GHS, Labels and Color Coding
  • SDS and MSDS

Requirements

  • Internet Connection.
  • Macintosh (OSX)/ Windows(Vista and higher) Machine.

Instructer

Dr. Raghu Puttaiah, a Public Health Dentist, completed an MPH and Residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and was the first recipient of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Inc. Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Infectious Disease Control in Dentistry Award at UTHSC-SA Dental School (1993-1996). In 2019, he retired as a Tenured Professor from Texas A&M University College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas, USA. He has presented CDE Programs, Seminars, and Keynote Addresses at over 400 venues worldwide in Dental Safety.. In addition, he crafted the Dental Safety Standards for India, released by the Honorable Prime Minister of India (2008).

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Dr. Raghunath PuttaiahRetd. Tenured Professor at Texas A&M College of Dentistry

$25

$50

$25.00Add to cart

2-Hr OSHA Training
2-Hr CE Credits
4 Lectures
Discuss your queries directly with our Trainer via Email or Call

Approved By

Apac Dental ce courses

Got Questions?

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Special Offer

OSHA Program

$25

$50

$25.00Add to cart

2-Hr OSHA Training
2-Hr CE Credits
4 Lectures
Discuss your queries directly with our Trainer via Email or Call

Approved By

Apac Dental ce courses

Got Questions?

Request a Callback
Special Offer

OSHA Program

This course is oriented on providing evidence-based information on the application of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s Standard and Annual Federal Training Requirements in Dental Practice. The sources of information provided in this course is based on the landmark medical-legal cases in dental safety errors, OSHA’s BBP Standards, Building, Equipment & Fire Safety, The Hazard Communication Programs including the Globally Harmonized System in Labeling, the CDC’s Dental Infection Control Recommendations (1993), Guidelines on Dental Infection Control (2003), Dental Safety Measures regarding COVID-19 and other peer-reviewed published materials that have an implication on employee safety.

toothce - osha dental ce courses
by – Raghunath Puttaiah
Expiry:Jun 09 2024
CE Credits: 2 hours
Method: Self-Paced
Expiry:Jun 09 2024
CE Credits: 2 hours
Method: Self-Paced

$25.00Add to cart

$25

$50

What this course teaches

This training program provides evidence-based information on the following:
  • The occupational safety culture in dental practice with respect to employees
  • Following and implementation of OSHA Standards in dental practice during certain pandemic and non-pandemic times, Blood and Airborne Diseases, and Post Exposure Protocols
  • Need of developing and populating a comprehensive safety manual
  • How to do an exercise in understanding GHS labeling of Secondary Containers after reading a Safety Data Sheet
  • Periodic safety inspection of devices including examining and tagging, fire safety

Content

Background and Inspections

  • History of Osha Regulations and Guidelines
  • scope of OSHA
  • Common Citations – What and Why
  • What happens why an employee complains
  • Who is at Risk of Inspections and Examples
  • What happens after an Inspection
  • Documents and Posters

Building and Equipment Safety

  • Fire Safety
  • Fire Safety Plan
  • Compressed Gas Cylinders
  • Eye Wash Station
  • Trash Bins
  • Physician Certified First Aid Kit
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Electrical Devices
  • Glutaraldehyde Safety
  • Radiation Safety
  • CPR Devices
  • Air Compressors and Centralized Evacuation Systems

Bloodborne Pathogen Standards

  • OSHA BBP Standards
  • Scope of BBP Standards
  • Written Exposure Control Plan and Compliance
  • Use of PPE
  • House Keeping Issues
  • Employee Health Records and Record Keeping
  • Hep-B vaccination, Exposure, and Compliance
  • Post Exposure flowchart and follow up
  • Training and Training records

OSHA's Hazard Communication Program

  • Introduction to Hazard Communication Standards
  • GHS in US
  • Employee ‘Right to Know’ Law
  • Steps to Implement the HCS Program
  • Intro to Risks and Types of Chemicals
  • Hazard Classification NFPA and Examples
  • About GHS, Labels and Color Coding
  • SDS and MSDS

Requirements

  • Internet Connection.
  • Macintosh (OSX)/ Windows(Vista and higher) Machine.

Instructer

Dr. Raghu Puttaiah, a Public Health Dentist, completed an MPH and Residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and was the first recipient of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Inc. Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Infectious Disease Control in Dentistry Award at UTHSC-SA Dental School (1993-1996). In 2019, he retired as a Tenured Professor from Texas A&M University College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas, USA. He has presented CDE Programs, Seminars, and Keynote Addresses at over 400 venues worldwide in Dental Safety.. In addition, he crafted the Dental Safety Standards for India, released by the Honorable Prime Minister of India (2008).

“”

Dr. Raghunath PuttaiahRetd. Tenured Professor at Texas A&M College of Dentistry