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Compliance Standards for Dental Unit Water: Is Your Water Safe?

The Problem Studies have shown that dental unit waterlines (DUW), which include the small diameter plastic tubing that carries water to air/water syringes, high-speed handpieces, and ultrasonic scalers, can become colonized by a variety of microorganisms at a higher than acceptable level, unless certain protocols are followed. The microorganisms contained

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Cyber Security – Is Your Practice Compliant?

By now, every dentist in the United States knows that the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is a federal law designed to protect a subset of Sensitive Information known as protected health information (PHI). PHI is considered to be: Most doctors struggle with how to ensure

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OSHA Compliance for Dental Facilities

A small business such as a dental office has a multitude of legal requirements that must be met. While they all are important, none is more important than OSHA compliance, because it not only makes your facility safer for all who work there, but eliminates your exposure to costly and

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OSHA Inspections: Protect Your Business Now!

Many doctors are fearful of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspections but do not really understand that the risk can be easily mitigated. Like any of the other areas of liability we have in our business, being proactive regarding OSHA always results in better outcomes. Put yourself in the

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OSHA Requirements for the Dental Office

A small business such as a dental office has a multitude of legal requirements that must be met. While they all are important, none is more important than OSHA compliance, because it not only makes your facility safer for all who work there but eliminates your exposure to costly and

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What Your Dental Team Needs to Know About OSHA Compliance

OSHA’s primary concern is the safety of your dental team members, which would include all assistants, hygienists, doctors and business office staff. Compliance with OSHA regulations makes the workplace safer for everyone, and this should be emphasized when you discuss the need for annual required OSHA training with your team.

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Being Prepared for OSHA Inspections

OSHA’s primary concern is the safety of your dental team, which would include all assistants, hygienists, doctors and business office staff. Compliance with OSHA regulations makes the workplace safer for everyone, and this should be emphasized when you discuss with your staff the need for annual required training. Assign Responsibility

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