Man there is a lot of OSHA BS flying all over the Dental Profession. Here is a few common ones I have to deal with everyday when I am in offices,
MSDS, labels and signs is what OSHA looks for when inspecting dental offices.
Sure and toothpicks prevent cavities!
I can refuse OSHA from inspecting my office. No you can’t – but if you want to try then get a large loan and a good attorney!
OSHA calls and makes an appointment before inspecting an office.
Not the REAL OSHA!
My OSHA Service said they will pay all OSHA fines.
You better read the contract one more time – better yet, get an attorney to read it!
My OSHA Consultant said the OSHA Inspector needs to make an appointment with him.
The only appointment that will be needed is with you, your consultant and an attorney!
OSHA will give a warning before issuing citations.
Your “warning” was when the inspector walked through the door of your office!
OSHA doesn’t have the manpower to inspect every Dental Office.
OSHA only needs one inspector to inspect your office!
I have been in business for years and never been inspected by OSHA.
This means you are closer to the top of the list of Dental Offices to be inspected!
I use an OSHA Newsletter Service to keep my office compliant with OSHA.
Do you like to gamble? In Las Vegas this is called a “Bad Bet”.
I think my staff is doing everything right by OSHA standards.
It is because of staff why Dentists are paying huge fines!
We take an OSHA seminar that cost only $99.00
Good – that leaves plenty of money to pay the OSHA fines!
Our Sale Representative provides OSHA training.
Does your Sales Representative have years of experience working directly with OSHA?
OSHA only inspects certain types of businesses.
Yes – the businesses that have employees!
I think my office is fine and will pass an OSHA inspection.
When you come out of the coma – think again!
We passed a Delta Dental inspection so we should pass an OSHA inspection.
Are you kidding? That’s like comparing golf balls to fish eyes!