10 CE credits available*.
*Interact 4th Edition Termination Notice
Interact 5th Edition incorporates important changes/updates to guidelines, recommendations and/or requirements that render Interact 4th Edition and the support of it (e.g., CE test and CE test processing, etc.) obsolete.
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*Learning Objectives for Interact Training System:Upon completion of this course, learners should be able to:
- Describe the protective aspects of health and safety education and training.
- Compare and contrast 5 primary types of control or protection methods to reduce occupational exposure.
- Identify which CDC recommended immunization(s) is/are regulated by OSHA.
- Differentiate standard precautions from universal precautions.
- Differentiate professional standards, guidelines and regulations in infection control.
- Compare and contrast the benefits and limitations of 5 personal protective equipment (PPE) barriers.
- Describe the standard precautions for routine dental procedures for both handwashing and PPE.
- Explain the process of operatory turnaround.
- List 10 steps in instrument processing.
- Explain the difference between engineering controls and work practices.
- Identify 6 methods of sterilization.
- Compare and contrast three methods of sterilization monitoring.
- Explain selection criteria for environmental surface disinfectants in dental healthcare settings.
- Explain what should be included in an Emergency Plan for a dental practice's Clinical Procedures/Operations Manual (CPM).
- Explain the hazard abatement procedures for handling, storage and disposal of chemicals.
- Describe the major changes in OSHA's 2012 Hazard Communication Standard.
- Identify the meaning of each pictogram used with the hazard communication warning system.
- Define each section of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
- Compare and contrast the various classifications of waste in the oral healthcare setting.
- Differentiate infection control and exposure control in the oral healthcare environment.
- Compare and contrast the health and safety components of an infection/exposure control program in terms of how each provides protection for practitioners, non-clinical staff, and/or patients/clients.