From Your Regulatory Compliance Specialist – Linda Cannon. New Guidelines For Dentists & Staff
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Scheduling for Safety Classes with MSDS
MSDS’s lectures on OSHA Federal and State guidelines as an Authorized instructor from the DOL. We are instructor trained under American Heart Association, research and consult on Board of Dentistry code violations and regulations, and HHS-HIPAA regulations. In order for you to understand MSDS, you have to understand OSHA, AHA, Board of Dentistry and HHS-HIPAA.
There are 10 classes required by OSHA each year, that are as follows:
Fire Extinguisher Safety
Evacuation Plans – This includes Active Shooter. the newest mandatory annual class.
Needlestick Safety Class
SDS – Safety Data Sheets
Bloodborne Pathogens – This is your annual class done by an expert.
These classes are mandatory to be completed by staff, each and every year. Citations are now starting at $9,500. MSDS has made it easy to complete by giving you all the tools you need. Once you have taken the Course, and register on our website, you will be given access to website on the course given, plus all of the safety class infor, and much more.
All Clinical, and Clinical/Clerical staff must take OSHA-BBP class.
All Dental Assistants and Clerical/Clinical must take the Infection Control class per the Va Board of Dentistry for DAI and DA II’s every year (365 days). We offer a discounted fee from $65 to $45 for all clients.
If your entire office, as stated above, was not at your Association or Patterson seminars, we can schedule your office for class to train all providers and staff with all OSHA Federal and State regulations. Course lasts approximately 2 hours and can be done via Teleconference, In-Office or Webinar based. Teleconference is by far the most favored.
For OSHA, the instructor must be able to answer any and all questions from the staff. Our instructors are Trained and Authorized by the Department of Labor. NO Instructor is ever Certified by OSHA – we are Authorized. Many offices love teleconferences so they have the freedom of using a head set and “taking a walk”.
MSDS also instructs HHS-HIPAA, Medical Emergencies. These are fee based the same as our OSHA class. They are every two years. Same as your BLS-CPR class.
**MSDS has had four (4) HHS-HIPAA investigations in the past 2 years. Each has taken 30 plus hours. No longer does HHS investigation by OCR (Office of Civil Rights) require just an email. MSDS gives the first 10 hours for free if you are a client in good standing and have taken HHS-HIPAA every 2 years.
**MSDS can still boast that after 34 years and over 300 investigations, we have never had a client cited in OSHA or HIPAA.
MSDS also performs Mock Inspection in your dental office. This will help get your office compliant. We look for any violations in OSHA, State BOD, HIPAA, CDC, EPA, Fire Codes and others. This is meant to be a confidence builder and a favorite of the staff. Fix the minor problems before a citable authority inspects your office. This takes approx 4 hours and we welcome Dr.’s and Staff to follow us. This is mandatory if you have a complaint pending. MSDS charges a travel fee of $2 per mile to all offices that are outside Hamptons Road one way. We pick up the return fee.
Below is pricing for those who are not on a loyalty discount. This gives doctors some flexibility if they don’t want to pay $450 per provider/course.
Mandatory $450 lectures include:
* OSHA-BBP (every 365 days)
* HHS-HIPAA (every 2 years)
* Medical Emergencies (every 2 years)
* BLS-CPR (every 2 years)
$$$ MSDS original cost is $450 per provider/course. Benefits: Unlimited email and text support. No charge for the first 10 hours of investigation. This is a rate of 250. per hour. If you took the annual OSHA-BBP class each year, and had an investigation, this means your first 10 years of classes was free! (90% of all investigations are under 10 hours). I would say NO ONE else in the US does this type of warranty gift!
$$ Discounted to $350 per provider/course if you take all courses on the same day and through Teleconference or Webinar. Benefits: Unlimited email and text support. No charge for the first 10 hours of investigation. (90% of all investigations are under 10 hours).
$ Discounted to $250.00 per provider/course if the teleconference is available for any additional offices. Benefits: Unlimited email support. Emergency text support for inspections and investigations are charged at a rate of 50% for the first 10 hours.
If you are interested in a Mock Inspection, please email and we will give you the information.
We believe these conditions will enable us to offer you the requested discount while maintaining the Loyalty Discounts for clients who have been with us for 30 plus years. If you agree to these terms, please let us know, and we will proceed with arranging the discounted OSHA-BBP, HHS-HIPAA and Med. Emg. class for your office.
We look forward to hearing from you soon
Please request our literature which has all our information and our courses that MSDS has been offering to clients for more than 35 years.
Looking forward to working with you in the near future.
Scheduling for renewal of Infection Control certificates per the VA BOD.
As part of our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of safety and compliance within our dental practice, it is time to renew the Va BOD by MSDS -Mandatory Annual Training Certificates in Infection Control for all Dental Assistants – DAI & DAII. This training is an essential requirement and must be completed annually Per the Virginia Board of Dentistry
The next two dates to schedule a training session are:
August 24th, 2023 (Thursday)
Time: 5 pm
August 31st, 2023 (Thursday)
Time: 5 pm
Sept 14th, 2023 (Thursday)
Time: 3 pm
Order Link: https://www.msdssafety.com/product/infection-control-standards-from-osha-cdc-for-dental-assistants-dai-and-expanded-function-dental-assistants-daii-m9959/
During this session, we will review the necessary protocols, updates, and changes related to infection control. It is imperative that all dental assistants – DAI & DAII attend to ensure their certificates are renewed on time.
**If the VA BOD requests the certificates and your assistants do not have them, I am not in a position to negotiate for the BOD. I can only negotiate for OSHA. Please do not play with this new ruling.
Go to the above link and place your order for MSDS-Mandatory Annual Training in Infection Control for All Va. Dental Assistants – DAI & DAII. Your active participation is crucial to ensuring the safety and well-being of your patients and staff.
If you have any scheduling conflicts or concerns regarding the training session, please inform us as soon as possible, so we can add you to the following webinar.
**Benefit: If your office takes this seminar, and any issue with the BOD on Infection Control, MSDS is committed to helping you through the investigation free of charge for the first 10 hours.
Thank you for your cooperation and commitment to maintaining a safe and compliant work environment. Should you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to reach out through our email: [email protected].
ADA Requirements: Effective Communication for the Disabled. NEW for Dental offices that are NOT Medicare/Medicaid.
People who have vision, hearing, or speech disabilities (“communication disabilities”) use different ways to communicate. For example, people who are blind may give and receive information audibly rather than in writing and people who are deaf may give and receive information through writing or sign language rather than through speech.
The ADA requires that title II entities (State and local governments) and title III entities (businesses and nonprofit organizations that serve the public) communicate effectively with people who have communication disabilities. The goal is to ensure that communication with people with these disabilities is equally effective as communication with people without disabilities.
This publication is designed to help title II and title III entities (“covered entities”) understand how the rules for effective communication, including rules that went into effect on March 15, 2011, apply to them.
* The purpose of the effective communication rules is to ensure that the person with a vision, hearing, or speech disability can communicate with, receive information from, and convey information to, the covered entity.
* Covered entities must provide auxiliary aids and services when needed to communicate effectively with people who have communication disabilities.
* The key to communicating effectively is to consider the nature, length, complexity, and context of the communication and the person’s normal method(s) of communication.
* The rules apply to communicating with the person who is receiving the covered entity’s goods or services as well as with that person’s parent, spouse, or companion in appropriate circumstances.
Auxiliary Aids and Services
The ADA uses the term “auxiliary aids and services” (“aids and services”) to refer to the ways to communicate with people who have communication disabilities.
* For people who are blind, have vision loss, or are deaf-blind, this includes providing a qualified reader; information in large print, Braille, or electronically for use with a computer screen-reading program; or an audio recording of printed information. A “qualified” reader means someone who is able to read effectively, accurately, and impartially, using any necessary specialized vocabulary.
* For people who are deaf, have hearing loss, or are deaf-blind, this includes providing a qualified notetaker; a qualified sign language interpreter, oral interpreter, cued-speech interpreter, or tactile interpreter; real-time captioning; written materials; or a printed script of a stock speech (such as given on a museum or historic house tour). A “qualified” interpreter means someone who is able to interpret effectively, accurately, and impartially, both receptively (i.e., understanding what the person with the disability is saying) and expressively (i.e., having the skill needed to convey information back to that person) using any necessary specialized vocabulary.
*For people who have speech disabilities, this may include providing a qualified speech-to-speech transliterator (a person trained to recognize unclear speech and repeat it clearly) , especially if the person will be speaking at length, such as giving testimony in court, or just taking more time to communicate with someone who uses a communication board. In some situations, keeping paper and pencil on hand so the person can write out words that staff cannot understand or simply allowing more time to communicate with someone who uses a communication board or device may provide effective communication. Staff should always listen attentively and not be afraid or embarrassed to ask the person to repeat a word or phrase they do not understand.
In addition, aids and services include a wide variety of technologies including 1) assistive listening systems and devices; 2) open captioning, closed captioning, real-time captioning, and closed caption decoders and devices; 3) telephone handset amplifiers, hearing-aid compatible telephones, text telephones (TTYs) , videophones, captioned telephones, and other voice, text, and video-based telecommunications products; 4) videotext displays; 5) screen reader software, magnification software, and optical readers; 6) video description and secondary auditory programming (SAP) devices that pick up video-described audio feeds for television programs; 7) accessibility features in electronic documents and other electronic and information technology that is accessible (either independently or through assistive technology such as screen readers).
The Free Nationwide Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS), reached by calling 7-1-1, uses communications assistants (also called CAs or relay operators) who serve as intermediaries between people who have hearing or speech disabilities who use a text telephone (TTY) or text messaging and people who use standard voice telephones. The communications assistant tells the telephone user what the other party is typing and types to tell the other party what the telephone user is saying. TRS also provides speech-to-speech transliteration for callers who have speech disabilities.
Video Relay Service (VRS) is aFree, subscriber-based service for people who use sign language and have videophones, smart phones, or computers with video communication capabilities. For outgoing calls, the subscriber contacts the VRS interpreter, who places the call and serves as an intermediary between the subscriber and a person who uses a standard voice telephone. The interpreter tells the telephone user what the subscriber is signing and signs to the subscriber what the telephone user is saying.
Video remote interpreting (VRI) is a fee-based service (NOT FREE) that uses video conferencing technology to access an off-site interpreter to provide real-time sign language or oral interpreting services for conversations between hearing people and people who are deaf or have hearing loss. The new regulations give covered entities the choice of using VRI or on-site interpreters in situations where either would be effective. VRI can be especially useful in rural areas where on-site interpreters may be difficult to obtain. Additionally, there may be some cost advantages in using VRI in certain circumstances. However, VRI will not be effective in all circumstances. For example, it will not be effective if the person who needs the interpreter has difficulty seeing the screen (either because of vision loss or because he or she cannot be properly positioned to see the screen, because of an injury or other condition). In these circumstances, an on-site interpreter may be required.
If VRI is chosen, all of the following specific performance standards must be met:
– real-time, full-motion video and audio over a dedicated high-speed, wide-bandwidth video connection or wireless connection that delivers high-quality video images that do not produce lags, choppy, blurry, or grainy images, or irregular pauses in communication;
– a sharply delineated image that is large enough to display the interpreter’s face, arms, hands, and fingers, and the face, arms, hands, and fingers of the person using sign language, regardless of his or her body position;
– a clear, audible transmission of voices; and
– adequate staff training to ensure quick set-up and proper operation.
Many deaf-blind individuals use support service providers (SSPs) to assist them in accessing the world around them. SSPs are not “aids and services” under the ADA. However, they provide mobility, orientation, and informal communication services for deaf-blind individuals and are a critically important link enabling them to independently access the community at large.
For more information about the ADA, please visit ADA.gov or call our toll-free number.
ADA Information Line 800-514-0301 (Voice) and 1-833-610-1264 (TTY) M-W, F 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., Th 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) to speak with an ADA Specialist. Calls are confidential.
For people with disabilities, this publication is available in alternate formats.
The Americans with Disabilities Act authorizes the Department of Justice to provide technical assistance to individuals and entities that have rights or responsibilities under the Act. This document provides informal guidance to assist you in understanding the ADA and the Department’s regulations.
This guidance document is not intended to be a final agency action, has no legally binding effect, and may be rescinded or modified in the Department’s complete discretion, in accordance with applicable laws. The Department’s guidance documents, including this guidance, do not establish legally enforceable responsibilities beyond what is required by the terms of the applicable statutes, regulations, or binding judicial precedent.
SAMPLE FORMS Introduction
Unlike some other federal laws, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does not require employers to use standardized forms for ADA-related employment actions. However employers sometimes find it helpful to use developed forms for consistency and efficiency. The problem with using standardized forms under the ADA is that in some cases the improper use of those forms can lead to ADA violations. This can sometimes happen when employers use forms to request medical information. The ADA limits how much medical information can be gathered from employees in various situations, and employers are prohibited from asking for medical information they already have. When a standard form is used to gather disability-related information in response to a request for accommodation, sometimes the employer may be asking for more information than is necessary or appropriate under the ADA. For example, employers are not supposed to ask for proof of disability when the disability and/or need for accommodation is obvious or has already been documented.
JAN offers a number of sample forms. Employers may use these sample forms as a template for customizing forms or documents used during the interactive process, such as for documenting requesting for accommodation, requesting disability-related information, approving or denying accommodations, documenting temporary accommodations, or monitoring implemented accommodations, etc. JAN encourages employers to customize these forms, or to use them as a guide for drafting their own.
The most widely requested form JAN offers is the Sample Medical Inquiry Form in Response to an Accommodation Request. This form is commonly used to obtain information from a healthcare provider to substantiate that an employee has a medical impairment, associated limitations, and requires accommodation under the ADA. JAN encourages employers to customize each medical inquiry to obtain the information that is necessary for each individual accommodation situation. For example, some sections of the medical inquiry form might be highlighted for completion by the healthcare provider, while others may be modified to address a unique situation, or removed entirely. It can also be useful to simply draft a customized letter that includes only the questions that are necessary to move forward in the interactive process to identify an effective reasonable accommodation.
Another frequently requested form is the Sample Reasonable Accommodation Request Form for Employers. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency charged with enforcing the ADA, an accommodation request does not have to be in writing and the ADA does not include specific guidelines or forms for requesting reasonable accommodation. However, some employers find it useful to document accommodation requests and want to have a standard form for employees to use when requesting accommodations. For these employers, JAN developed a sample accommodation request form.
The following JAN and other sample forms are available free of charge. If you have any questions regarding the use or customization of these forms, please contact JAN.
JAN Sample Forms
** Practical Guidance for Medical Professionals: Providing Sufficient Medical Documentation in Support of a Patient’s Accommodation Request
** Sample Accommodation Approval Form
** Sample Accommodation Denial Form
** Sample Appeal of a Reasonable Accommodation Determination Form
** Sample Form for Monitoring Accommodations
** Sample Medical Inquiry Form in Response to a Request for Leave as an Accommodation
** Sample Medical Inquiry Form in Response to an Accommodation Request for the Hiring Process
** Sample Medical Inquiry in Response to an Accommodation Request Form
** Sample Onboarding Form
** Sample Plan of Action
** Sample Reasonable Accommodation Request Form for Employers
** Sample Reasonable Accommodation Request Form for the Hiring Process
** Sample Temporary/Trial Accommodation Approval Form
** How to Inform an Employer That an Accommodation is Not Effective and a Sample Letter
** Telework Accommodation Request Flowchart
** Hiring Process Reasonable Accommodation Flowchart
Other Sample Forms
California Reasonable Accommodation Package
Kaiser Permanente Return to Work Functional Assessment Form – For use by physicians to return employees back to work at full duty or provide work restrictions/capacities for employees returning via a transitional work program – and Physical Capacities Assessment Form (.doc)
– Reed Group Sample Forms
– Accommodation Checklist
– Accommodation Request Form
– Accommodation Request Assessment Form
– Mental Health Work Function Assessment
Associated JAN Publications
– Medical Inquiry in Response to an Accommodation Request
– Monitoring Reasonable Accommodations
– Providing Temporary or Trial Accommodation Solutions
Situations and Solutions:
The following situations and solutions are real-life examples of accommodations that were made by JAN customers. Because accommodations are made on a case-by-case basis, these examples may not be effective for every workplace but give you an idea about the types of accommodations that are possible.
ONC – Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
Dental programs do not have the availability to add this technology yet. Please make sure that you stay up-to-date with your dental program and make sure the reps are telling you when the technology is available.
Regulated Medical Waste
Changes to the Regulations
The Virginia Regulated Medical Waste Management Regulations (9VAC20-121) were recently amended, and the new regulations are effective March 15, 2023. DEQ’s Summary of Significant Changes provides a high-level overview of Amendment 3 to the regulations, and the Crosswalk of Regulations clarifies the new location of each part and section in the current chapter (Chapter 121) compared to the previous chapter (Chapter 120). Background information on Amendment 3 is available on the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall website.
What is Regulated Medical Waste?
Regulated medical waste (RMW) is a subset of solid waste that is subject to more stringent management standards in order to prevent potential exposure to pathogens that could transmit an infectious disease.
Regulated Medical Waste Management Requirements
The Virginia Regulated Medical Waste Management Regulations (9VAC20-121) establish standards and procedures for the management of all RMW including proper packaging, labeling, storage, transport, transfer, treatment, and disposal.
** What this all means to dentists. The sharps container box, once filled, needs to be picked up within 30 days. So get a larger sharps container or don’t allow any of them to be filled.
9VAC20-121-120. Storage of regulated medical waste.
A. The requirements of this section apply to storage of regulated medical waste, including storage (i) in soiled utility rooms and other accumulation areas; (ii) at a generating facility; (iii) during transportation; (iv) at a regulated medical waste transfer stations; and (v) at a regulated medical waste treatment or disposal facility. This section also applies to areas used to transfer a load of regulated medical waste from one vehicle to another or when a vehicle containing regulated medical waste is parked for 24 hours or more during transportation.
B. All regulated medical waste shall be stored in a manner that:
1. Maintains the integrity of the packaging at all times, prevents damage, leakage, and spills and provides protection from the elements, vectors, and trespassers;
2. Maintains the packaging in an upright and stable configuration to minimize the potential for spills. If packages or containers are stacked, except during transport, the top of the stacked containers must not be more than six feet above the level of the floor. The integrity of the containers must not be compromised by the stacking arrangement;
3. Is clean and orderly and located in areas free of standing liquid and debris;
4. Provides security from unauthorized access and protects workers and the general public. Regulated medical waste shall be stored in areas where access is limited to only those persons specifically designated to manage regulated medical waste;
5. Meets the packaging and labeling requirements of 9VAC20-121-110; and
6. Meets the requirements of 9VAC20-121-130 when regulated medical waste is stored in reusable carts or containers.
C. Regulated medical waste transfer stations, treatment facilities, and generators of 250 gallons or more of regulated medical waste per calendar month are subject to the following storage requirements:
1. All regulated medical waste shall be stored on surfaces that are cleanable and impermeable to liquids. Carpets and floor coverings with cracks or gaps shall not be used in storage areas. Where tile floors are used and seams are present in the tile, the floor must be sealed with wax or other floor coatings in order to meet this requirement.
2. In areas used to store regulated medical waste, all floor drains shall discharge directly to an approved sanitary sewer system, and all ventilation shall discharge so as to minimize human exposure to the waste.
3. Signage shall be displayed to indicate any areas used to store regulated medical waste.
D. All regulated medical waste shall be stored in accordance with the following timeframes:
1. Generators of less than 250 gallons of regulated medical waste per calendar month shall arrange for the removal of all regulated medical waste stored onsite at least once per calendar month and provide shipment to a facility permitted to receive it for transfer, treatment, or disposal. No regulated medical waste shall be stored onsite for more than 45 calendar days, and no more than 250 gallons of regulated medical waste shall be stored onsite at any given time. Records shall be maintained in accordance with 9VAC20-121-100 I.
2. Generators of 250 gallons or more of regulated medical waste per calendar month shall arrange for the removal of all regulated medical waste stored onsite at least once per calendar week and provide shipment to a facility permitted to receive it for transfer, treatment, or disposal. No regulated medical waste shall be stored onsite for more than 10 calendar days. Records shall be maintained in accordance with 9VAC20-121-100 I.
3. Regulated medical waste treatment facilities shall provide treatment or removal of all regulated medical waste stored onsite on at least a weekly basis. No regulated medical waste shall be stored onsite for more than 10 calendar days. Records shall be maintained in accordance with 9VAC20-121-340 , as applicable.
4. Regulated medical waste transfer stations shall store unrefrigerated regulated medical waste onsite for no more than seven calendar days. All regulated medical waste stored for more than seven calendar days must be refrigerated and stored in an ambient temperature between 35°F and 45°F (2°C and 7°C). No regulated medical waste shall be stored onsite for more than a total of 15 calendar days. Records shall be maintained in accordance with 9VAC20-121-340 , as applicable.
5. Regulated medical waste transfer stations and treatment facilities shall clearly demonstrate the length of time that regulated medical waste is accumulated onsite by marking the outer packaging in permanent ink or maintaining an inventory, barcode, log, or other recordkeeping system.
E. Except in accordance with a permit:
1. No more than 25% of the regulated medical waste stored onsite each month shall be generated or received from offsite, except for emergency cleanups conducted in accordance with 9VAC20-121-300 E 5 and household sharps collected at sharps drop boxes in accordance with 9VAC20-121-300 E 1;
2. Regulated medical waste shall not be treated onsite; and
3. Regulated medical waste that is stored on a loading dock or in areas designated for loading shall be packaged, marked, and labeled for transport and shall not be stored in loading areas for more than 24 hours.
PureWay Sharps Collection Bin 5-18 Gallon – #M40018
License and DEA Snapshot Required to be on file prior to securing a “Ship to Address” This Prevents Unauthorized “Shipped To Locations”. No order will be processed unless you are registered with MsdsSafety.com. All Information Will Be Verified.
If you are using our services due to a supply decrease from your normal supplier / shipper, please do not pay for cart till we view a copy. We may be experiencing the same shortage. And it’s easier to help you find the correct product or alternative vs. having to email you and sending back a refund. MsdsSafety.com may have discounts codes available. Email: [email protected].
The PureWay collection bin disposal system is designed to store and safely ship full sharps containers and other healthcare related waste. These systems replace costly pick-up services and are perfect solutions for your practice. As you fill sharps containers, simply close and place them inside the gallon system (do not throw loose needles/sharps into the gallon system).
Once the gallon system is full, use the lid to seal the system and secure in the return shipping box following the instructions provided. A prepaid shipping label is already attached to the system.
– Prepaid return shipping box for convenient return
– Lid included with each system to minimize smells
– Leak- and puncture-resistant containers to store and safely transport full OSHA approved sharps containers
– Pre-filled manifest simplifies the return process
– Compliance tracking and notifications
– Certificate of destruction automatically sent via email and available for download
HRSD in our area, other cities will be their Sanitation Department are coming in asking for the Amalgam Separator paperwork.
To help prevent mercury, a neurotoxin, from entering wastewater, a new federal rule requires dental practices that insert or remove amalgam fillings to install an amalgam separator to capture waste amalgam. The purpose of this Dental Rule is to reduce the amount of mercury-containing amalgam that is discharged by dental offices by having dental offices collect it with amalgam separators or similar amalgam-removing devices.
The requirement to have an amalgam removal device and perform the two Best Management Practices (BMPs) applies to offices where the practice of dentistry is performed, and amalgam is applied or removed. It includes dental schools and clinics, as well as home offices. See the “Dental Rule FAQs” link on the right for more details.
The Virginia Dental Rule Compliance Form and other resources to help comply are available on this page. Please save the form to your computer, fill it out electronically, name the file as “Zip Code Underscore Last Name” (e.g. “23231_Smith”) and attach it to an email to [email protected]. Compliance deadlines are as follows:
The complete form is through the below link.
Go into the link and make sure you’ve completed this form or they will be coming in to investigate.
If you need help with the form, call the company that you received the amalgam separated from. They should know how to fill it out.
Come up with a house code that will not be pulled for insurance to check if you are less than 5% of amalgam use.
Once you feel you are, send MSDS the numbers and I will propose to the DEQ that you should be able to take the amalgam separator out of your office.
Virginia Dental Rule Compliance Form: https://www.deq.virginia.gov/home/showpublisheddocument/4540/637472580434470000
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CannonRidge – Linda Cannon is the director. It’s or 501c3 (she is also your Regulatory Compliance Specialist) wants to invite you to come out and run the 5 acres.
If you and your children don’t have any place to run, or your children want to come and enjoy the mini Gypsy Horse we have, you are more than welcome. We will only have one family at a time out. But the children can enjoy brushing Sheldon and taking out braids and putting them back. They can take him for a walk. He does help the children and adults with stress. Just Email me at [email protected] or text me at 757-718-1515 (Text Only) and I will put you on the books. There is never a change.
I would love for you to support CannonRidge where we bring dental staff members in who are feeling the need for some mindful meditation. Plus abused women and children. Those that are having suicidal thoughts. For any of those who have needed help with the board of dentistry this will be our go to request for payment since there’s not a safety class for the Board of Dentistry!
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Organizing your computer for MSDS:
Make a folder on your desktop named MSDS.Double click the folder.Create Folders for each category. OSHA-BBP, OSHA Safety Classes, HIPAA, Medical Emergency, BLS-CPR, etc.In each folder, for example, HIPAA:You’ll have the Business Associate Agreement, Patient Consent Form, Office’s Privacy Practice, etc. We love our ClientsMSDS911ADDITIONAL SERVICES OSHA-BBP Exposure Control Plan.Mandatory by Federal OSHA-BBPRequired to be PersonalizedReviewed Annually by all office staff involved in OPIM. (Other Potentially Infectious Materials)This manual is also called: The OSHA manual, The Exposure Control Plan or The Bloodborne Pathogen manual. If you want MSDS to help you with your Personalized manual. The cost for non clients is $450.00. Cost for Clients is $250.00 this gives you not only a personalized manual in binder form, but also in PDF which is the format the Inspectors will want you to have. Best to know that we will not have you answer incorrectly vs. you writing your own manual and the manual is incorrect. MSDS can boast that our manual has never been given anything less than an A+ from an OSHA inspector.
Always instant message Linda if you’re going through Facebook or Text her on 757-718-1515 (text Only).
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