State Safety Documents for washington-dc
Washington DC Board of Dentistry
Website: Washington DC Board of Dentistry
The DC Board of Dentistry regulates the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene in the District. The Board advises the Mayor and administers and enforces the law. The Board also evaluates qualifications, administers exams, and recommends standards and procedures. Moreover, the Board issues licenses, receives and reviews complaints, requests investigations, conducts hearings, and issues an annual report. Members must file personal financial disclosure statements. MSDS, helping dental offices as their government liaisons, shows the interpretations from the Board of Dentistry's answers to your questions and emails.
Washington D.C. Department of Labor
Website: OSHAE-mail: http://www.osha.gov/ecor_form.html
To foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States; improve working conditions; advance opportunities for profitable employment; and assure work-related benefits and rights. Washington D.C. Department of Labor and Industry follows all Federal OSHA regulations. 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.
Washington DC Board of Pharmacy
Website: Washington DC Board of Pharmacy
The Board of Pharmacy regulates the practice of pharmacy and the practice of pharmaceutical detailing in the District of Columbia. The Board evaluates applicants' qualifications; recommends standards and procedures; issues licenses; and receives and reviews complaints. The Board requests investigations, conducts hearings, issues subpoenas, examines witnesses, administers oaths, and issues an annual report. MSDS will provide information and eye opening stories about the misuse of prescriptions.
Washington DC Board of Medicine
Website: Washington DC Board of Medicine
To protect and enhance the health, safety, and well-being of District of Columbia residents by promoting evidence-based best practices in health regulation, high standards of quality care and implementing policies that prevent adverse events.
Washington DC Department of Health
Website: Washington DC Department of Health
The Mission of the Department of Health is to promote and protect the health, safety and quality of life of residents, visitors and those doing business in the District of Columbia. Our responsibilities include identifying health risks; educating the public; preventing and controlling diseases, injuries and exposure to environmental hazards; promoting effective community collaborations; and optimizing equitable access to community resources.
Washington DC Department of Environmental Quality
The mission of the District Department of the Environment (DDOE) is to improve the quality of life for the residents and natural inhabitants of the nation’s capital by protecting and restoring the environment, conserving our natural resources, mitigating pollution, and educating the public on ways to secure a sustainable future.
Washington DC Worker's Compensation Commission
The mission of the Department of Employment Services is to plan, develop and administer employment-related services to all segments of the Washington, DC metropolitan population. We achieve our mission through empowering and sustaining a diverse workforce, which enables all sectors of the community to achieve economic and social stability.
Washington DC Office of Insurance
Website: Washington DC Office of Insurance
To protect District of Columbia residents from financial fraud and abuse by providing fair and efficient supervision of financial-service entities, as well as contribute to a strong business environment and attract reputable businesses to the District of Columbia through fair and equitable financial services regulation."
Washington DC Department of Human Resources
The DC Department of Human Resources (DCHR) provides human resource management services that strengthen individual and organizational performance and enable the District government to attract, develop and retain a well-qualified, diverse workforce.
Washington DC Department of Human Services
The mission of the Department of Human Services (DHS), in collaboration with the community, assists low-income individuals and families to maximize their potential for economic security and self-sufficiency.
Washington DC Dental to Dental
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Travel To (Washington DC)
Website: Washington DC Tourism
Washington, D.C., commonly referred to as D.C., is the Federal Capital of the United States of America. Among the attractions are a series of memorials and monuments, such as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Other prominent sights while in the Capital are the cornerstones of the U.S. Government: the United States Capitol, the United States Supreme Court and the White House, home of the President of the United States.