Combines requirements for OSHA annual training with the CDC Guidelines. Identify an office exposure control manager to train employees, add state and local regulations and this program will help your practice be OSHA compliant.
Includes Video on DVD, one spiral bound Employee Workbook, Manager's Guide, CE Test, Exposure Control Checklist, and Post-Exposure Management Materials.
Note: Each employee should have an Interact workbook. 10 CE credits available*.
*Interact 3rd Edition Termination Notice
Interact 4th Edition incorporates important changes/updates to guidelines, recommendations and/or requirements that render Interact 3rd Edition and the support of it (e.g., CE test and CE test processing, etc.) obsolete.
Non Member Price: $399.00
Member Price: $339.00
*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.