OSHA and Infection Control Made Easy for Dentistry

This course is offered in a virtual, live webinar format. Participants must attend the live course during the scheduled date and time. This course is not going to be recorded or shared for On-Demand viewing. Seats are limited.
Tuition is priced per person, not per office. Connect Members receive 50% off tuition which will be automatically applied at check out. 

OSHA requires an annual retraining session for all employees. This course will help fulfill these requirements and will update participants on the latest from OSHA, including the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for Hazard Communication and the Bloodborne Disease Pathogens Standard. In addition, the course will cover the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Infection Control Guidelines for Dentistry and will review best practices for infection control during the COVID-19 pandemic period.

Other topics covered include Subparts of the OSH Act that apply to dentistry including:

  • – Means of egress
  • – Ionizing radiation
  • – Electrical safety
  • – Fire safety and first aid
  • – Hazardous materials
  • – Ventilation
  • – Recordkeeping


Information will also be provided on how to react to an OSHA inspection of your office and how to assign tasks to key staff members so that they can assist you in achieving compliance.


  • Course Details: 3 Lecture CE Credits, AGD Subject Code: 149, Course Code: MEC 09242021


Sep 24 2021


Eastern Time
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM



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  • Karson Carpenter DDS
    Karson Carpenter DDS

    Karson L. Carpenter is a practicing dentist who serves as President of Compliance Training Partners. He is an OSHA approved trainer who has for over 25 years designed educational programs to bring dental, medical and veterinary facilities into compliance with the governmental regulations that affect them in the areas of OSHA, HIPAA and infection control. His experience includes guiding numerous clients across the United States through OSHA and HIPAA inspections as well as the critical post-inspection process.