Infection Control Coordinator
Infection Control Coordinator
Infection Control Coordinator
Aligns with CDC's guidelines on infection control and OSAP's dental infection prevention and safety guidelines. Per Location 12 months access

Smart Training LLC

Credit awarded: 1.0 hour

AGD Subject Code: 148

Course Description:

The training module for "Infection Control Coordinator" from Smart Training is crafted in alignment with the CDC's guidelines on infection control and OSAP's dental infection prevention and safety guidelines. This module not only assists in establishing a comprehensive infection control protocol for your practice but has expanded to cover additional topics, offering dental professionals an opportunity to earn more continuing education credits in accordance with their state board licensing requirements.

Additional Infection Control Content:

  • Proper hand hygiene
  • Sterilization techniques
  • Amalgam Separation
  • Impression Sterilization and Disinfection
  • Dental Unit Waterline Maintenance
  • Boil Water Advisory Compliance

Smart Training’s Infection Control Coordinator program also provides protocols, spreadsheets and documentation tools to track and manage records for all infection control activities within your practice.

Educational Objectives:

At course completion, the attendee will be able to demonstrate:

  • Comprehensive Knowledge: Possesses a thorough understanding of infection control guidelines from authoritative sources such as the CDC and OSAP.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Ensures strict adherence to OSHA regulations and other relevant healthcare compliance standards.
  • Effective Communication: Communicates infection control policies and procedures clearly to all team members, fostering a shared commitment to patient safety.
  • Protocol Development: Develops and implements robust infection control protocols tailored to the specific needs and requirements of the dental practice.
  • Monitoring and Auditing: Regularly monitors and audits infection control practices to identify areas for improvement and ensure ongoing compliance.
  • Resource Management: Manages and maintains an inventory of necessary resources, such as personal protective equipment (PPE) and disinfectants, to support infection control efforts.
  • Documentation and Record Keeping: Maintains meticulous records of infection control activities, protocols, and staff training to demonstrate compliance during inspections or audits.

Teaching Methods: Join us anytime and from any location for our online Infection Control Coordinator training module. Additional documents will be provided upon purchase.

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

Date: On-demand. 

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