Safety Diploma Course

OSHA Dental & Medical Office

TRAINING MODE: e-Learning

According to OSHA 3187 Medical & Dental Offices a Guide to Compliance with OSHA Standards; Bloodborne Pathogens (and Needlestick Safety and Prevention), Hazard Communication (Worker Right To Know), Ionizing Radiation, Exit Routes, and Electrical Safety are the training requirements that normally apply to medical and dental offices, whether there are two or 200 employees. We have combined these five courses into a cost effective bundle.

Governing regulations

This online course bundle satisfies the training requirements for the following:
OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.1030 Bloodborne Pathogens (and Needlestick Safety and Prevention) Standard;
OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.1200 Hazard Communication Standard (Worker Right To Know);
OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.1096 Ionizing Radiation Standard;
OSHA 29 CFR § 1910 Subpart E OSHA 29 CFR § 1910 Subpart L Exit Routes & Fire Protection Standard;
OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.301 to 1910.399 Electrical Standard;

Course Overview

Our OSHA Medical Office Hazards Training Bundle is comprised of five of our online courses that cover what OSHA has identified as the standards training that apply to most Medical and Dental offices. Each course within the bundle describes their standard, hazards, and various controls that can be used to protect the health and safety of workers.

Who Must Take this Course?

All persons in Medical and Dental offices where the number of employees is two or greater.

Course Format

Our OSHA Medical Office Hazards Training Bundle course consists of content, graphics, audio, and a final exam.

Upon successful completion each student will receive Hard copy of completion certificate and can print a wallet card

Continuing education credits?

Each student will receive 1.0 CEUs (or 10 CMEs) for completing this course.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
    • Key Terms
    • Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
    • Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act
    • Requirements of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
    • Ways Bloodborne Pathogens are Transmitted
    • Other Potentially Infectious Materials (OPIM)
    • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
    • Symptoms and Stages of HIV
    • Treatment for HIV
    • Hepatitis B
    • HBV Signs and Symptoms
    • HBV Treatment
    • Hepatitis C (HCV)
    • HCV Treatment
  • Occupations with Risk Exposure
    • Body Art
    • Correctional Department Workers
    • First Responders
    • Maintenance and Waste Workers
  • Employee and Employer Rights and Responsibilities
    • Employee Rights and Responsibilities
    • Employer Responsibilities
    • Training
    • Communicating Hazards and Labeling
    • Exposure Control Plan
    • Elements of an Exposure Control Plan
    • Housekeeping
    • Sharps Injury Log
    • Record Keeping
  • Precautions, Controls, and Guidelines
    • Universal Precautions
    • Engineering and Work Practice Controls
    • Needleless Systems and Engineered Sharp Protection
    • General Safety Practice Review
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Available PPE
    • Laundering PPE per the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
    • Removal of PPE
  • Exposure Occurrence
    • Procedures for Exposure Incident
    • Post-Exposure Evaluation
  • Summary
  • Introduction to Hazard Communication for General Industry
    • Background Information about the Standard
    • Major Changes to the Standard
    • Importance of the Standard
    • Key Terms
    • Employer and Employee Responsibilities
    • Employee Training
  • Chemical Hazards
    • Routes of Entry
    • Recognition of Health Hazards
    • Health Effects of Chemical Hazards
    • Chemical Agents and Their Health Effects
  • Written Hazard Communication Program
    • Additional Requirements of the Written Hazard Communication Program
    • Hazard Inventory
    • Hazard Classification
    • Health Hazard Classes
    • Labels
    • HMIS and NFPA Labeling Systems
    • HMIS Labeling System
    • NFPA Labeling System
    • Safety Data Sheets
    • Exposure Controls: Elimination and Substitution
    • Exposure Controls: Engineering and Work Practice Controls
    • Exposure Controls: Personal Protective Equipment
  • Employee and Employer Rights and Responsibilities
    • Employee Rights and Responsibilities
    • Employer Responsibilities
    • Training
    • Communicating Hazards and Labeling
    • Exposure Control Plan
    • Elements of an Exposure Control Plan
    • Housekeeping
    • Sharps Injury Log
    • Record Keeping
  • Precautions, Controls, and Guidelines
    • Universal Precautions
    • Engineering and Work Practice Controls
    • Needleless Systems and Engineered Sharp Protection
    • General Safety Practice Review
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Available PPE
    • Laundering PPE per the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
    • Removal of PPE
  • Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA)
    • Emergency Planning and Emergency Release Notification
    • Annual Inventory
    • Toxics Release Inventory
    • EPCRA Inspections
  • Summary
  • Introduction to Ionizing Radiation Standard Safety Training
    • Regulatory Institutions and Agencies
    • Key Terms
  • What Is Radiation?
    • Ionizing Radiation Versus Non-Ionizing Radiation
    • Types of Ionizing Radiation
    • Alpha Particles
    • Beta Particles
    • Neutron Radiation
    • Gamma Rays and X-rays
  • Ionizing Radiation Exposure
    • Sources of Radiation
    • Natural Radiation
    • Man-made Radiation
    • NORM
    • TENORM
    • Exposure Pathways
    • Routes of Internal Exposure
    • Chronic Exposure
    • Acute Exposure
    • Health Effects of Exposure
    • Health Effects of Exposure – Cancer
    • Health Effects of Exposure – Genetic Mutation
  • Safety and Health Programs and Practices
    • Employer Responsibilities
    • Employee Responsibilities
    • Employee Training
    • Record Keeping
    • Radiation Emergencies
    • Caution Signs and Labels
    • Caution Signs and Labels – Exceptions
    • Immediate Evacuation Warning Signal
    • Immediate Evacuation Warning Signal – Design Parameters
    • Notification of Incidents
  • Summary
  • Introduction to OSHA Standard for Exit Routes and Fire Protection
    • Key Terms
    • Exit Routes and Fire Protection OSHA Standard – History and Background
    • Exit Routes and Fire Protection OSHA Standard – Overview
    • Applicable Statistics
    • Responsibilities
    • Responsibilities – Alarm Systems
    • Responsibilities – Fire Brigades
    • Responsibilities – Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • Applicable Regulations for Exit Routes and Fire Protection – Governing Authorities
    • Applicable Regulations for Exit Routes OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart E
    • Applicable Regulations for Fire Protection OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart L
  • Design and Construction Requirements for Exit Routes
    • Adequate Exits
    • Exit Discharge and Rules for Exit Doors
    • Exit Regulations
    • Outdoor Exit Routes
  • Types of Fire Hazards
    • Maintenance, Safeguards, and Operational Features for Exit Routes
  • Risk Mitigation and Safe Work Practices for Fires
    • Portable Fire Suppression – Fire Extinguishers
    • Portable Fire Suppression – Standpipe and Hose Systems
    • Fixed Fire Suppression – Automatic Sprinkler Systems
    • Fixed Fire Suppression – Fixed Extinguishing Systems
    • Fire Detection Systems
    • Employee Alarm Systems
  • Controls
    • Emergency Action Plan
    • Fire Prevention Plan
    • Training
  • Summary
  • Introduction to OSHA Electrical Standard Training
    • Fatality and Injury Statistics
    • Roles and Responsibilities
    • Key Terms
  • Design Safety Standards for Electrical Systems
    • Examination of Equipment
    • Installation of Equipment
    • Electrical Connections
    • Arcing Parts, Markings, and Disconnecting Devices
    • Design Safety Standards for Equipment Operating at 600 Volts or Less
    • Guarding of Live Parts, 600 Volts or Less
    • Design Safety Standards for Equipment Operating at More Than 600 Volts
    • Enclosures for Electrical Installations – More Than 600 Volts
    • Indoor Installations – More Than 600 Volts
    • Space Around Electrical Equipment, More Than 600 Volts
    • Working Space, Entrances, and Illumination – More Than 600 Volts
    • Wiring Design and Protection
    • Branch Circuits and Receptacles
    • Testing Equipment Grounding Conductors
    • Outlet Devices and Receptacle Outlets
    • Outside Conductors, 600 Volts or Less
    • Clearances
    • Services
    • Overcurrent Protection
    • Grounding
    • Methods of Grounding Fixed Equipment
    • Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment for General Use
    • Temporary Wiring
    • Cabinets, Boxes, and Fittings
    • Switches
    • Conductors for General Wiring
    • Fixture Wires
    • Attachment Plugs and Appliances
    • Motors, Motor Circuits, and Controllers
    • Transformers and Capacitors
    • Specialized Purpose Equipment, Locations, and Systems
    • Hazardous Location Classification
    • Classifications
    • Electrical Installations
    • Protection Techniques
  • Safety-Related Work Practices
    • Work Covered by The OSHA Electrical Standard
    • Training
    • Content of Training
    • General Work Practices
    • Work Practices Related to Exposed De-Energized Parts
    • Re-Energizing Equipment
    • Work Practices Related to Exposed Energized Parts
    • Working On or Near Overhead Lines
    • Illumination and Work in Confined or Enclosed Spaces
    • Conductive Materials, Equipment, and Apparel
    • Work Practices Related to the Use of Equipment
    • Portable Electrical Equipment
    • Electrical Power and Lighting Circuits
    • Use of Protective Equipment
    • Alerting Techniques
  • Summary
  • Additional Resources
  • Exam