OSHA and Dental Risk Management Education and Certification

Do You Really Need OSHA and Dental Risk Management Education and Certification? Here’s 3 Ways To Tell!

What is OSHA and Dental Risk Management Education and Certification?

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) sets national standards to protect individual’s medical records and other personal health information. The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) ensures safe and healthful working conditions by enforcing standards and by providing training, education, and assistance.

These acts have mandatory training requirements that are a source of confusion for medical and dental practices. So, do you need OSHA and Dental Risk Management Education and Certification? Here are a few ways to look at it:

  • Are your HIPAA and OSHA policy manuals more than a year old? You have to ensure your OSHA manual is Global Harmonization System (GHS) Compliant and contains relevant documents for your Respiratory Protection Program.

  • Is your team still watching the same compliance videos year after year? Dental and Medical offices are required to train annually — every U.S. business has to according to the Annual OSHA Employee Training.

  • Would receiving an OSHA or HIPAA complaint or investigative letter make you nervous? You may already know you’re not compliant, but don’t know where to start. Try to find an OSHA compliance training company that will offer an in-depth facility credentialing and report. A company that will work with you to not only provide the report, but also the recommendations to rectify any non-compliant areas.

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