Hazard Communication Dental Training Course
Inappropriate handling, use, and disposal of chemicals have been responsible for injuries, illnesses, and environment pollution. In this course you will learn about how the dental industry is exposed to chemical hazards and toxic substances, the importance of establishing a communication plan, and the rolls or tasks associated with compliance.
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Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Determine the importance of hazard communication
  • Create an employer hazard communication plan
  • Recognize the importance of using standard labeling for chemicals and containers
  • Locate and use safety data sheets before operating
  • Define who or what roles are tasked with ensuring hazard details are up to date
  • Inform and train employees regarding risks and prevention tactics
  • Monitor compliance of hazard information

Description

Inappropriate handling, use, and disposal of chemicals have been responsible for injuries, illnesses, and environment pollution.  In this course you will learn about how the dental industry is exposed to chemical hazards and toxic substances, the importance of establishing a communication plan, and the rolls or tasks associated with compliance.

Several countries, such as Canada, China, France, and the U.S., each take HSE (Health, safety, and the Environment) very seriously when it comes to employees. As a result, OSHA created regulations regarding the storage, availability, handling, and communication of hazards due to chemical exposures since over 40 million workers work with and are potentially exposed to one or more chemical hazards in their workday.

The disseminated information MUST be organized or created by employers for appropriate locations and personnel in a formal, well-documented plan covering inventory, product labels, safety data sheets, and protective devices.

This program is intended for workplaces that do not manufacture, import or distribute hazardous chemicals. This information MUST be available for all personnel to reference at the initial assignment and BEFORE using potentially hazardous chemicals, materials, substances, combinations, or compounds. Additionally, whenever a new chemical is introduced into their work area, training must be provided before being used.

Audience

The target audience for this course includes positions, such as the following:

  • Dental Assistants
  • Dental Hygienists
  • Dental Laboratory Technicians
  • General Dentistry Professionals
  • Orthodontists
  • Periodontists
  • Oral or Maxillofacial Surgeons
  • Office or Support Staff
  • Environmental Services Staff Members

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Course Information

  • Course Duration: 30 minutes
  • Enforced by:

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

  • Certificate of Completion:

    By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Hazard Communications Dental

  • Payment Options: Pay by credit card or check
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Hazard Communication Dental Training Course

Inappropriate handling, use, and disposal of chemicals have been responsible for injuries, illnesses, and environment pollution.  In this course you will learn about how the dental industry is exposed to chemical hazards and toxic substances, the importance of establishing a communication plan, and the rolls or tasks associated with compliance.

Several countries, such as Canada, China, France, and the U.S., each take HSE (Health, safety, and the Environment) very seriously when it comes to employees. As a result, OSHA created regulations regarding the storage, availability, handling, and communication of hazards due to chemical exposures since over 40 million workers work with and are potentially exposed to one or more chemical hazards in their workday.

The disseminated information MUST be organized or created by employers for appropriate locations and personnel in a formal, well-documented plan covering inventory, product labels, safety data sheets, and protective devices.

This program is intended for workplaces that do not manufacture, import or distribute hazardous chemicals. This information MUST be available for all personnel to reference at the initial assignment and BEFORE using potentially hazardous chemicals, materials, substances, combinations, or compounds. Additionally, whenever a new chemical is introduced into their work area, training must be provided before being used.

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