Yes! We are a nationally approved CE credit provider through the Academy of General Dentistry PACE Program. See our Dental CE page
for more info.
What are the technical requirements for the training?
Our training can be viewed on any device – Mac, PC, tablet, and/or mobile with any internet browser and an active internet connection.
How do I sign up for training?
Our training team registers the name and email address provided when the order is placed. You will receive an email from us within a few minutes with a link to the course.
How do I change the name on the certificate?
Contact us to change the name on your training profile. This must be done prior to the course being completed.
How long is the training?
On average, our users complete the course in about 1 hour and quizzes in about 30 minutes.
How do I get my certificate?
On completion of the course, your certificate will automatically be available in your training account.
How long do I have to complete the training? How long do I have access?
You have access to the course for 12 months from the date of enrollment. You have the whole 12 month period to complete the training. However, we recommend completing the training as soon as possible. Note that OSHA requires training within 10 days of hire for new employees.
How long is the certification good for?
The certification is good for 12 months from the date of issuance.
What happens if I fail a quiz?
There's no penalty for failing a quiz. You simply re-attempt the quiz until you pass. The purpose of the quiz is to reinforce learning.
Is this training good for all states?
Yes, except California and Washington. For those states, select either the Cal/OSHA or WISHA training from the dropdown options above.
What if I need to train multiple people?
You'll need to purchase a training seat for each person needing training. We'll contact you to register your group.
How does the manager role work?
For organizations, we are able to designate a user as group manager. This person has the ability to switch between "learner" and "manager" in their training account. In the manager role, they can view group progress, pass/fail status, generate and export reports, and download certificates.
What is the difference between the Doc Kit and the Manual?
The Documentation Kit contains the mandatory OSHA policies and requires customization. The Manual is your reference guide and assists you in customizing your Doc Kit. No customization is needed for the Manual.
You can download a sample including table of contents for the Manual and Documentation Kit here
. A demo of the online training is available here
and demo video is available in the image carousel.