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Whats New With Infection Control?
April 27, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm$5 – $75
Speaker: Mary Govoni, CDA, RDH, MBA
WHEN: Saturday April 27, 2019 8:00 – 12:00
WHERE: Fellowship hall – St Germain Evangelical Free Church
6065 Highway 70 East St. Germain, WI 54558
This course is designed to meet the OSHA required training update for Infection Control. Topics include: CDC Guidelines and OSHA Standards, safety and infection prevention, standard operating procedures, instrument sterilization protocols, product selection, infectious disease updates and more.
Patients need to know that they can expect safe dental care. Because each year brings new issues and requirements, it is essential for dental teams to stay up to date with employee and patient safety training.
Course objectives: 1. Identify key compliance issues for infection prevention and hazard communication in dental practices.
2. Receive and discuss compliance checklists as well as practical tips to meet the requirements.
3. Learn how to implement effective compliance strategies.
4. Evaluate required documentation for OSHA compliance.
SPEAKER BIO: Mary Govoni brings over 40 years of experience in dentistry to the team. She is a Certified Dental Assistant and a Registered Dental Hygienist with experience in general and specialty practices both clinically and as an administrator. Mary is a former dental assisting educator and was a partner in a successful dental staffing service. For the past 20 years, Mary has focused on speaking and consulting with dental teams on OSHA compliance, ergonomics, chairside efficiency and team communication and development. Recently Mary has added HIPAA compliance and employment law compliance to her areas of expertise.
Mary has published numerous articles in professional journals, such as RDH Magazine, The Dental Assistant, and Dental Products Reports and is featured monthly in Dental Economics. She is a life member and Past President of the American Dental Assistants Association and serves on the ADAA Editorial Board as well as the Corporate Council for the Dimensions of Dental Hygiene.