Can OSHA enforce the CDC Guidelines for Infection Control in a Dental Healthcare Setting? YES, under the provisions established in the “Occupational Safety and Health Act” OSHA has the power to do so!
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Q: What is the Client Honor Roll? A: A page on this site dedicated to the dental offices that worked hard to establish a high patient safety standard. In my opinion a high patient safety standard is more rare these days. Q: What is the process for a dental office to make the Honor Roll? […]
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