Bloodborne Pathogens, Sharps and Office Safety, What's Required for OSHA
Bloodborne Pathogens, Sharps and Office Safety, What's Required for OSHA
Bloodborne Pathogens, Sharps and Office Safety, What's Required for OSHA
Per Location 12 months access

Smart Training LLC

Credit awarded: Bloodborne Pathogens and Sharps Safety: 0.5 hours
                          Office Safety: 0.5 hours
                          What's Required for OSHA: 0 hours

AGD Subject Code: 550

Course Description:

Smart Training’s Bloodborne Pathogens module offers a dental-specific, OSHA-required overview of exposure control principles and practices. This training is required for personnel who are exposed to potentially infectious materials.

Needlesticks and other sharps injuries to dental employees can spread Hepatitis B and C, as well as HIV. Smart Training's Sharps Safety module helps your team improve sharps handling and infection prevention protocols.

If your team members lack Office Safety training, a small wastebasket fire can become a catastrophe. This training module helps dental employees avert the dangers of a fire, accident, or natural disaster.

Smart Training’s What’s Required for OSHA helps employees understand the law, its importance, and its requirements. This training module teaches employees strategies to ensure OSHA compliance.

Educational Objectives:

At course completion, the attendee will be able to:

  • Recognize situations in which bloodborne pathogens are present
  • Interpret the Exposure Control Plan
  • Practice selecting and properly using Personal Protective Equipment
  • Compose appropriate warning labels to ensure the safety of team members
  • Identify the physical and health hazards of dental office sharps
  • Perform methods of controlling infection via sharps safety
  • Employ proper sharps disposal techniques
  • Predict common office safety incidents
  • Recognize correct responses to fire and electrical events
  • Employ Emergency Action and Hazard Communication Plans
  • Apply knowledge of workplace ergonomics, lifting safety, and trip and fall avoidance
  • Practice safe oxygen handling
  • Explain the importance of OSHA and the consequences of noncompliance 
  • Identify what is required for OSHA compliance
  • Employ strategies to ensure OSHA compliance

Teaching Methods: Join us anytime and from any location for our online Bloodborne Pathogens, Sharps and Office Safety, What's Required for OSHA training module.

Location: Online. Users will need a device (computer, tablet, or smartphone) and an internet connection.


Date: On-demand.

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