Hazard Communication Compliance
COURSE NUMBER: 502
Shelly Feiwell, CDA, EFDA; Ronald L Occhionero, DDS; Michaell A. Huber, DDS
Participants in this course will be introduced to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1920.1200, also known as HazCom 2012. The course is advisory in nature and informational in content. Its purpose is to assist oral healthcare f...
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Participants in this course will be introduced to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1920.1200, also known as HazCom 2012. The course is advisory in nature and informational in content. Its purpose is to assist oral healthcare facilities to identify relevant parts of the rule. In addition, it provides guidance to develop and implement an effective HazCom program.
The information in this 13-module syllabus is intended (1) to meet initial educational/training requirements for Dental Students, Dental Hygiene Students, and Dental Assistant Students as mandated by OSHA and other federal, state, local and professional organizations, (2) to provide a framework for an in-service training program in oral healthcare settings to meet annual educational/training requirements as mandated by OSHA and other federal, state, local and professional organizations, and (3) to serve as a resource for oral healthcare personnel wishing to review evidence-based information on specific topics related to infection prevention, hazardous waste management, and hazard communication compliance.
Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants, Dental Students, Dental Hygiene Students, Dental Assistant Students
Date Course Online:
Mar 1, 2016
Last Revision Date:
Mar 2, 2022
Course Expiration Date:
Mar 1, 2025
AGD Subject Code(s):
Upon completion of this course, the dental professional should be able to:
- Understand the general requirements of HazCom 2012 and why employers must have a HazCom training program for their employees.
- Understand key terms associated with HazCom 2012.
- Identify the risks of working with hazardous chemicals.
- List the six steps to an effective HazCom program.
- Describe the written Hazard Communication program.
- Discuss required HazCom label elements and how they are used.
- Discuss the major components of a safety data sheet and how they are used.
- Identify employee training requirements.
- Describe a hazard statement.
- Identify the purpose of a pictogram.
- List the four types of precautionary statements.
- Know the difference between “Warning” and “Danger.”
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8/1/2021 to 7/31/2027
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