What’s necessary for dental practices to remain in compliance with OSHA? What are the most common and most severe occupational hazards that dentists and hygienists face? If my practice is the subject of a random inspection, what can I expect? If you’ve asked yourself these questions, you’ve come to the right place. Our OSHA dental blog features our insights and guidance regarding occupational safety in the dentistry field. Within the pages of this resource, you’ll find overviews of OSHA dental compliance, details on differences between state and federal regulations, and other pertinent issues. In addition to the information in the OSHA dental blog, we’ll also help you connect with manuals and resources to ensure that your practice meets or exceeds the high standards for OSHA dental compliance.
Workers in dentistry face exposure to common and industry-specific health hazards in the places of their employment. While performing their role-related tasks and functions, the type and degree of exposure to risks are dependent upon clients and services. Identifying these hazards and suitable control measures for safety are key to ensuring health and safety in the workplace.Read more
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