Infection Control OSHA Focus-Clinical Dental Staff for License | #1 Bestseller 2 CEs
OSHA & Infection Control Annual Review 2022 | 2 CEs /credit hours
NEW EDITION 2022 with interactive media, short videos, COVID-19 guidelines, new resources, general updates on Infection Control Topics AND a complete review of OSHA standards for the annual training requirement; Revised & Updated January 2022. Originally published Dec 2020.
MaryLou Austin, RDH, MS, Health Science Editor
Howard A. Boone, MD, Infection Control Instrument Processing Specialist
CDC, OSAP, NIH, OSHA, and other public domain sources
- Recognize the main OSHA standards for dentistry. (BBP, HazCom, Infection Control, Radiation Safety, General Safety).
- Review important terms and concepts in infection control including CDC Guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Respect Bloodborne Pathogens information completely.
- Apply Standard Precaution measures mandated by state and federal guidelines
- Implement workplace strategies to prevent occupational exposures to bloodborne pathogens.
- Understand post-accidental exposure protocols per OSHA.
- Use appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for dental personnel in the workplace.
- Describe sterilization methods for non-critical, semi, and critical instruments and devices.
- Know how to monitor effectiveness of sterilization.
- Understand an office infection control program in a dental office for a safety culture.
Infection Control OSHA Focus is updated to meet 2022 general dental board license renewal requirements and is approved by the Dental Board of California for 2021-2022, for review of all IC topics including COVID-19 guidance. Includes Bloodborne Pathogens Hazard Communication, best IC practices, CDC and OSHA guidelines including COVID-19, and various topic updates through 2021. Reviews sterilization technique, chain of infection control, current topics, provides useful resources, and the law. New updates for Tuberculosis management & dental unit water line. COVID Guidance in Dental Settings is CDC current information for patient & staff safety. Suitable for all members of the dental team especially clinicians.
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