OSHA Dental Compliance News and Insights

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.

  1. Compliance: OSHA Regulations For Dental Utensils

    Dental instrument use requires meticulousness, precision, and sterilization. Dental professionals follow techniques to ensure utensil cleanliness. Learn more here. Read more
  2. Basic OSHA Dental Recordkeeping Procedures

    Dental recordkeeping maintains sources of a practice’s activities and communications. Learn what procedures uphold OSHA standards in this field. Read more
  3. Important Information About Infection Control in Dentistry

    Infection control is incredibly essential in the dental field to promote safe practices. Ensure you prioritize the well-being of everyone involved. Read more
  4. OSHA Training for Telecommuters

    “Do employees who strictly work from home need to be OSHA trained?” Read this blog post to learn more!

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  5. What To Do When An Employee Has A Puncture From Being Bit By A Patient

    “I know there is a protocol in place when there is a needle stick on an employee, but what if the employee has a puncture from being bit by the patient?”

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