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Tennessee Board of Dentistry


Website: Tennessee Board of Dentistry

Contact Number: (615)532-3202

Tennessee Board of Dentistry's mission is to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of Tennesseans by requiring those who practice as dentists, dental hygienists, or dental assistants within this state be qualified. The Board interprets the laws, rules, and regulations to determine the appropriate standards of practice in an effort to ensure the highest degree of professional conduct. The Board is authorized to issue licenses to qualified candidates who have completed appropriate education and successfully completed required examinations. The Board is responsible for the investigation of alleged violations of the Practice Act and rules and is responsible for the discipline of licensees who are found guilty of such violations. MSDS, helping dental offices as their government liaisons, shows the interpretations from the Board of Dentistry's answers to your questions and emails.



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Tennessee Department of Labor


Website: Tennessee Department of Labor

E-mail: [email protected]

Tennessee Department of Labor's mission is to work as a team to promote workforce development and improve workplace safety and health throughout Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Labor or Tennessee's OSHA protects workplace and labor issues and promotes workplace justice. Tennessee's OSHA, through formal and informal inspections by staff members, patients, and concerned citizens, has increased their inspections. Inside you will learn how MSDS can help minimize your citations, as a member, through seminars, lectures and free safety classes.



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Tennessee Board of Pharmacy


Website: Tennessee Board of Pharmacy

Fax: (615)741-2722

Our mission is to serve Tennesseans by providing a fair, flexible, and positive regulatory environment for pharmacy related industries. The Tennessee Board of Pharmacy licenses and registers Pharmacists, Pharmacies, Pharmacy Technicians, Manufacturers/Wholesale/Distributors, Researchers and Medical Service Representatives. MSDS will provide information and eye opening stories about the misuse of prescriptions.



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Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners


Website: Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners

Contact Number: (615)532-3202

The Board of Medical Examiners was created in 1901 by an act of the State Legislature. Its mission is to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of Tennesseans by requiring those who practice medicine and surgery within this state be qualified. The Board awards licenses to qualified candidates who have graduated from approved medical schools and who have completed appropriate postgraduate work. The Board interprets the laws, rules, and regulations to determine the appropriate standards of practice in an effort to ensure the highest degree of professional conduct. The Board is responsible for the investigation of alleged violations of the Practice Act and rules and is responsible for the discipline of licensees who are found guilty of such violations.



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Tennessee Department of Health


Website: Tennessee Department of Health

E-mail: [email protected]

The Department of Health works to promote, protect and improve the health and well-being of Tennesseans. Keeping people healthy by preventing problems that contribute to disease and injury is the overall emphasis of the Department. Responsibilities include immunizing children against measles, recruiting doctors to practice in rural medically underserved areas of Tennessee, offering early prenatal care and proper nutrition to pregnant women, ensuring that restaurants meet standards of cleanliness, and performing laboratory tests ensuring safe drinking water.



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Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation


Website: Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation

E-mail: [email protected]

Environment and Conservation is committed to protecting and improving the quality of Tennessee’s air, land and water. Department programs and initiatives protect human health and the environment and support economic development and quality of life through education, outreach and effective enforcement of state and federal environmental laws. We are also proud to manage the award-winning Tennessee State Parks system – with 53 state parks hosting more than 25 million visits each year.



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Tennessee Worker's Compensation Commission


Website: Tennessee Worker's Compensation Comission

E-mail: [email protected]

We administer the workers' compensation system and promote a better understanding of the program's benefits by informing employees and employers of their rights and responsibilities. Workers' Compenstation administers a mediation program for disputed claims, encourage workplace safety, participate in a public awareness campaign concerning fraud, and oversee an information awareness program for educating the public on laws and regulations which define workers' compensation requirements. We ensure that companies properly provide benefits and both assess and collect penalties for noncompliance from employers and insurance companies.



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Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance


Website: Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance

E-mail: [email protected]

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance is comprised of many divisions, and stands ready to assist individuals and businesses within the industries we regulate. This diverse agency protects the interests of consumers while providing fair, efficient oversight and a level field of competition for a broad array of industries and professionals doing business in Tennessee.



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Tennessee Department of Human Resources


Website: Tennessee Department of Human Resources

E-mail: [email protected]

The Department's mission is to provide innovative human resources leadership and solutions through people, for people. In helping to ensure effective and efficient human resources management, the Department of Human Resources provides several basic services such as advising the governor on human resource policies, and assisting operating departments and agencies in carrying out human resource practices; administering provisions of the Civil Service Act; providing departments and agencies with a pool of qualified applicants for employment selection; and developing a career oriented work force through effective management, training and communication.



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Tennessee Department of Human Services


Website: Tennessee Department of Human Services

E-mail: [email protected]

The Tennessee Department of Human Services's mission is to improve the well-being of Tennesseans who are economically disadvantaged, vulnerable or living with disabilities through a network of financial, employment, protective and rehabilitative services.



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Tennessee's State/City Dental Associations Contact Info.




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Tennessee Study Clubs




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Tennessee Classified Adds (Employment)




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Tennessee Classified Adds (Products & Services)




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Tennessee Dental to Dental


This is for those that are trying to make a little money on the side with other self run business. You will be able to post what you have ie: Mary Kay, Avon etc...



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Tennessee Contractors


List of contractors that we have found useful throughout the years.



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Tennessee Misc. Contacts


An easy reference for all your contact needs.



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Travel To (Tennessee)


Website: Tennessee Tourism

Traveling to Tennessee makes sense. We have natural beauty, southern hospitality, serene weather, and something for everyone. And, we are within a day's drive of 65 percent of the United States population. What more could you want in a travel destination? Tennessee welcomes you to explore everything we have to offer.



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MSDS
Linda L. Cannon
Director of Safety Compliance

Phone: 1-757-718-1515
Toll Free: 1-800-483-0223

Email: [email protected]

www.MSDSSafety.com

MSDS' best practices website is not a standard or regulation, and it creates no legal obligations, nor does it change any existing OSHA or other government standard or regulation. The guide is advisory in nature, informational in content, and is intended to assist employers in providing a safe and healthful workplace.