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Infection Prevention & OSHA for Dentistry

Las Vegas, NV

May 10, 2024

7 am – 2:30 pm

Join us for a highly informative, very interactive education program detailing how to develop effective workplace safety and infection prevention programs within YOUR Dental office. Both in-person AND live stream attendees earn 6 Hours of “LIVE” AGD PACE accredited CE.

Key Objectives:

  • Develop an effective plan for sterilization area workflow
  • Identify pitfalls and shortcomings associated with instrument reprocessing
  • Identify appropriate solutions and techniques for cleaning/disinfecting the environment of care
  • Discuss OSHA standards and implementation within outpatient dental facilities
  • Post Pandemic Management

This program MEETS the Nevada State Board of Dental Examiners biennial Infection Control requirement.

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