Stealth Safety

I’ve been in Dentistry my entire adult life and I can honestly say I’ve never met a dental professional that would knowingly violate OSHA safety and infection control procedures.

On the other hand, I have observed many questionable practices when it comes to sterilization and infection control. In those cases, I suggest a trained OSHA Safety Officer evaluate their protocols.

I was in Tulsa, Oklahoma, March 29, 2013, the day the story broke about W. Scott Harrington, DDS, the oral surgeon who exposed more than 7000 patients to HIV, hepatitis C and hepatitis B. As I understand it, he had entrusted responsibility of infection control and sterilization to his team. None-the-less, he was responsible.

Are your infection control protocols up to date? When was the last time you reviewed protocols as a team and tuned up your efforts? Well here’s your chance!! Join Pat Pine, RDH and I for ‘Stealth Safety – Staying safe in today’s busy dental practice’, a webinar for our Mastermind clients, on February 19 at 1pm EST.

You won’t want to miss it!!

Stealth Safety – Staying safe in today’s busy dental practice
with special guest
Patricia Pine, RDH

Let us help you ensure that what’s going on behind the scenes in your practice is 100% compliant with today’s ever-changing regulations. Do your sterilization and infection control procedures meet OSHA & CDC’s current standards? Join us for this informative webinar and take the mystery out of the equation.

Key points covered in this webinar:

  • Discover techniques to prevent sterilization breach
  • Your sterilization techniques may risk disease transmission
  • Discuss OSHA’s influence on the safety of your practices

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Patricia M. Pine, RDH is a national and international speaker on dental professionals health and safety. Pat has designed her OSHA training boot camp to provide medical and dental offices with a fun way to stay up-to-date with OSHA and infection control requirements. Her career has been multifaceted including, clinical dental hygiene, dental hygiene education, writing and speaking. To learn more about Pat visit


agdCE credits are provided by Inspired Hygiene.

Inspired Hygiene is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing dental education programs of this program provider are accepted by the AGD for Fellowship, Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement.

The current term of approval extends from 6/1/2014 to 5/31/2017.


This call will be available in our Mastermind Library on February 19.  If you’re not already a member of our Mastermind group, Click here to sign up.

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