Jackie Dorst presents 9 Steps to OSHA Safety for Orthodontic Teams (1.0 CE) It’s time to review OSHA Safety Basics for Orthodontic practices with 9 Steps for Safety. After 3 Pandemic years of confusing guidance and changing safety standards, some of OSHA Basic Safety training and recordkeeping may have “fallen-through-the-cracks” in your practice. Jackie Dorst’s comprehensive OSHA training reviews the Basics and clarifies OSHA changes about airborne disease safety standards.
This webinar meets “Annual Training” requirement for orthodontic employees on the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, Hazard Communication Standard, General Safety and Emergency Preparedness and Airborne Disease Respiratory Protection. Jackie has the unique talent for making OSHA interesting and fun. With her 9 Steps for Safety, Jackie helps orthodontic teams meet all OSHA standards, understand recordkeeping requirements and have work safe!
Determine when a mask or N95 respirator should be used
Describe how to use an eye wash station
Identify the 9 GHS pictogram hazards
List PPE used during bonding and debonding procedures
Speaker Disclosure: Coltene/SciCan
Length of Session: Each session consisting of lecture and audience questions will last 60 minutes.
Continuing Education: Each participant who completes the webinar will earn 1.0 CE credit.
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