OSHA: Common Pitfalls and Overlooked Requirements
Alsip, IL • November 5, 2019 • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
When you think about OSHA, what comes to mind? Is it primarily the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard? But did you know that OSHA has many more regulations that apply to a dental practice? Most dental professionals equate OSHA with annual training and having a manual on the office shelf. However, the OSHA requirements are much more comprehensive. This interactive session discusses common pitfalls and overlooked requirements of four OSHA Standards applicable to dental practices: the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, Hazard Communication Standard, Fire Safety, and Exit Routes. Examples of OSHA citations in dentistry will also be discussed. Employers and employees alike have an obligation to follow OSHA regulations as well as office policies. Don’t miss this engaging and enlightening session.
GC America Inc. Education Center
3737 West 127th Street
Alsip, IL 60803
Ticket Packages
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Speaker Information
Linda Harvey, RDH, MS, HRM

Linda Harvey, RDH, MS, HRM a nationally recognized healthcare risk management and compliance expert, assists dentists and teams in navigating regulatory requirements. She is the founder and president of two compliance related companies. 

Linda's career in dentistry began as a dental hygienist. Since that time, she has worked in corporate risk management and has been recognized as a Distinguished Fellow in the American Society of Healthcare Risk Management. In addition, Linda was honored to consult with the ADA on three separate occasions regarding compliance. 

Credit Information
This course is offered for 3 CEU. GC America Inc. is approved for awarding AGD PACE and NBC continuing education credits. 
3 CE for $69
Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the OSHA regulations that apply to dental practices
  • Discuss common areas of OSHA compliance that are often overlooked or misunderstanding
  • Recognize the levels of OSHA fines
  • Evaluate their current compliance program
  • Identify OSHA resources for their practice
Target Audiences
Dental Professionals 
Miscellaneous Information
For more information contact: 
Angela Hill
GC America Inc.