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Courses provide the following continuing education credit. See individual course description for specific credit provided:

  • NBC Regulatory Standards credit
  • Florida Office of Dental Laboratories Prevention of Medical Errors or General Credit
  • AGD Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD Credit

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Top 5 Safety Compliance Issues Employers Need to Know
Introduction Video

Are you opening a new business, purchasing an existing business, or evaluating your current business regulatory compliance program? If so, then this course will help you with your due diligence checklist. Safety compliance issues range from employers not knowing where to go to gather the information to not following through with an effective workplace safety training program once knowledge is gained.

This OSHA compliance / safety course will discuss:
  • Knowing OSHA’s Safety Standards
  • Preparing written programs for worker safety
  • Developing safety programs to meet OSHA training requirements
  • Monitoring safety
  • Enforcing safety rules
Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. Mary is an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program. She has presented at conferences nationally on the topic of health and safety.


One hour NBC Regulatory Standards credit; one hour AGD PACE Program credit; one hour CE Broker FL Office of Dental Laboratories – General credit and one hour CE Broker FL Board of Dentistry – General credit

Workplace Security – Securing your Workplace for Employee Safety
Introduction Video

Why are workplace security measures so important? Because it keeps employees, equipment, and goods secure and safe. Having the right security measures can deter burglars and prevent other unauthorized persons from entering the property. In this course learn the importance of contingency planning, the components of workplace violence, and considerations for lockdown procedures.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. She has presented nationally at conferences on the topic of health and safety.


Course length is one hour. One Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Driver Safety Training
Introduction Video

Employees who operate a motor vehicle are at the greatest risk for a work-related fatality. This 30-minute course will assist employers with meeting OSHA training requirements. The presenter will discuss:

  • risks associated with operating a motor vehicle,
  • common causes of driving accidents,
  • how to prevent driving accidents,
  • handling emergency situations,
  • hazard communication (chemical exposure)
  • infection control precautions

This course will benefit employees who operate motor vehicles as well as employers who need to meet OSHA training requirements as a part of their new hire and annual workplace safety training.

Course Presenter

Chris Salmasi, Safety Compliance Advisor, is presenter of this course. He is an Authorized Construction & General Industry OSHA Outreach Trainer. His background is in construction and general industry safety compliance. Chris has instructed hundreds of attendees over numerous OSHA 10-Hour safety courses.


Half Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

HIPAA - Employee Need to Know
Introduction Video

Health & Human services requires under the HIPAA Act that covered entities protect patient health information. A requirement of HIPAA is to inform workplace members of the established privacy and security measures in effect. Even though Covered Entities must train on their specific privacy and security policies and procedures, this course can assist with the basic training for workforce members. The Covered Entity should supplement this course with their specific privacy and security policies and procedures.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. She has presented nationally at conferences on the topic of health and safety.


Course length is 16 minutes. .5 CE credit provided for this short course.

HIPAA Privacy Official and Security Official Responsibilities
Introduction Video

The safeguards established to protect patient health information under the HIPAA Act includes the appointment of individuals who will establish, monitor, and update the privacy and security policies and procedures. It’s critical for the privacy official and security official to understand their responsibilities for the protection of this information. These individuals are the key to the establishment of a Covered Entity’s policies and procedures. This course reviews the policies and procedures that are required for the protection of patient health information. Course objects are to define the following: 1) role of the privacy official and the security official; 2) privacy and security policies that must be developed; 3) the safeguards required to monitor compliance; 4) how to handle a breach; and 5) training of workforce members. Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance.


One hour of NBC Regulatory Standards, AGD PACE, CE Broker - FL Office of Dentistry or FL Office of Dental Laboratories

Employee Health and Safety in the Dental Clinical Environment
Introduction Video

This course provides general knowledge of employee health and safety issues in the dental clinical environment.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. Mary is an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program. She has presented at conferences nationally on the topic of health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Infection Prevention Coordinator Training
Introduction Video

Learn how to assess the dental practice’s current infection prevention practices in order to determine where improvement needs to occur to protect not only dental health care personnel, but also patients. This course is relevant to dentists, dental staff, anyone responsible for infection prevention in their workplace

According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), transmission of infectious agents among patients and dental health care personnel in dental settings can be prevented by observing Standard Precautions and other infection prevention practices. The 2003 CDC Guidelines for Dentistry were reviewed by the CDC and a Summary of Infection Prevention Practices in Dental Settings (the Summary) was issued in March 2016. The CDC recommends that dental practices review their infection prevention practices on a regular basis by appointing an Infection Prevention Coordinator (IFC) to assume this responsibility. This course will review the responsibilities of the IFC using the CDC’s Infection Prevention Checklist which is a part of the Summary. The IPC should ensure that equipment and supplies, which includes hand hygiene products, safer devices to reduce percutaneous injuries, and personal protective equipment, are available. The IFC should also maintain communication with all staff members to address specific issues or concerns related to infection prevention.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. Mary is an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program. She has presented at conferences nationally on the topic of health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

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Dental Compliance: Understanding the Liabilities Associated with Chairside Services
Introduction Video

As the dentist or the dental lab owner, do you understand the liabilities that exist when services, such as, all-on-four, guidance for custom implant abutment, shade taking or making adjustments/repairs (just to name a few), are provided?

The services being provided to dentists by outside contractors continues to become more needed and more extensive. Patient demands, product availability, and technology are some of the factors that have driven the need by dentists for expanded services by dental technicians. Pre-planning is critical to establishing a relationship for these services that defines and limits liability on both sides and meets the existing dental compliance laws. Learn what types of services are being provided, including all on fours or custom abutment guidance, the issues to be addressed by the parties prior to entering into the arrangements, the regulatory/legal considerations, and the regulatory compliance training needed.

Course Presenter

Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA, VP & Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. He has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance and the dental industry. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor, an authorized DAMAS consultant, a DAMAS certification auditor. He presents at conferences nationally on the topic of quality systems and health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Re-examining your Exposure Controls (including Infection Control) for the Dental Environment
Introduction Video

OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Standard (BPS) sets out the requirements for protecting workers from potentially infectious items. Employers are responsible for preventing and controlling infectious diseases and managing personnel health and safety concerns related to infection control in the workplace. This course will examine the components of the Exposure Control Plan which must be established to eliminate or minimize employee exposure. Details of work practices, engineering controls, and personal protective equipment will be discussed to help employers re-examine the effectiveness of their Exposure Control Plan. The CDC guidelines for dental settings are also discussed.

Course Presenter

Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA, VP & Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. He has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance and the dental industry. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor, an authorized DAMAS consultant, a DAMAS certification auditor. He presents at conferences nationally on the topic of quality systems and health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

What You Need to Know About Respirators and Confined Spaces
Introduction Video

Are your workers some of the estimated 5 million workers who are required to wear respirators in U.S. workplaces? The Silica Standard could require more employers to require respirators in their workplace, therefore, this course will assist employers with a better understanding of the requirements of OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard. Respirators are also required to protect workers from hazardous atmosphere which could include insufficient oxygen environments that can be found in confined spaces. This course will help employers identify if OSHA’s Confined Space Entry requirements apply to their workplace and how to protect their workers from these hazards.

Course Presenter

Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA, VP & Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. He has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance and the dental industry. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor, an authorized DAMAS consultant, a DAMAS certification auditor. He presents at conferences nationally on the topic of quality systems and health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Are Your Employees at Risk
Introduction Video

“Assaults and Violent Acts” is the number two cause of workplace fatalities and the number one cause for females. Employers are required by OSHA to protect workers from hazards which can be chemical or biological, but even from violent acts. Employers should identify the risk of physical or emotional harm which can lead to fatal injury, nonfatal injury, or threat of injury which can lead to medical treatment, missed work, lost wages and decreased productivity.

Course Presenter

Tracy L. Moon, Jr., partner Fisher & Phillips LLP is the presenter of this course. For 25 years he has represented employers in successfully solving employment and labor issues arising in the workplace. He spends much of his time counseling and training employers regarding compliance with employment and labor laws, rules and regulations, how to avoid workplace problems and prevent lawsuits. Tracy is an authorized OSHA General Industry Outreach Trainer. He regularly speaks to business and professional associations and business groups.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Employee Training - OSHA's Revised Hazard Communication
Introduction Video

This course provides employee training on OSHA's revised Hazard Communication Standard. Course details the contents of the 16 section Safety Data Sheets and labeling components such as signal words, pictograms/symbols, hazard statements, and precautionary statements. This can be used not only as instruction on the revisions to this Standard but also as a part of your safety training on hazard communication.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. Mary is an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program. She has presented at conferences nationally on the topic of health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Ebola - How Prepared Are You In Your Workplace?

This course will address the concerns of employers and provide recommendations for improving your infection control practices to prevent transmission of not only Ebola but other seasonal viruses such as the flu. OSHA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued guidelines for employers to follow to reduce the risk of transmission of Ebola and other microbes. Don't wait until you're faced with this issue. Be proactive and attend this course so you and your employees can be put at ease. Who will benefit most: Dentists, Dental staff, CDT's, Dental Laboratory Personnel, management, owners, Safety Coordinators, Training Coordinators, and Sterilization Staff. Note: This was a pre-recorded webinar that was presented on October 28, 2014 with information available as of the date of recording. Please disregard the reference to submitting Course # in the presentation to request continuing education credit.

Course Presenter

Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA, VP & Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. He has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance and the dental industry. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor, an authorized DAMAS consultant, a DAMAS certification auditor. He presents at conferences nationally on the topic of quality systems and health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Implementing the New OSHA Record Keeping Revisions

This course will detail the revisions to the requirements for reporting work-related fatality, injury, and illness information to OSHA, how to distinguish a recordable/reportable event, and how to properly complete the required documentation. Effective January 1, 2015, both dental laboratories and dental practices are affected by the revised record-keeping rules and revision in injury and illness reporting. This is a pre-recorded webinar. Please disregard the reference to submitting Course # in the presentation to request continuing education credit. Follow directions below to request continuing education credit.

Course Presenter

Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA, VP & Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. He has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance and the dental industry. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor, an authorized DAMAS consultant, a DAMAS certification auditor. He presents at conferences nationally on the topic of quality systems and health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Safely Managing Silica Exposure
Introduction Video

Silica is present in a number of products used in dentistry and now there’s strong evidence the former exposure limits do not adequately protect worker health. In response, for the first time in 40 years, OSHA has issued new silica standards. This course will provide a clear understanding of the new OSHA silica standards, discuss the health effects of over-exposure to silica, determine the routes of exposure in the dental environment and how to control exposure, plus give guidance on the development of the required written Silica Exposure Control Plan. The deadline for employer compliance with the new 1910.1053 Respirable Silica Standard is June 2018.

Course Presenter

Chris Salmasi, Safety Compliance Advisor, is presenter of this course. He is an Authorized Construction & General Industry OSHA Outreach Trainer. His background is in construction and general industry safety compliance. Chris has instructed hundreds of attendees over numerous OSHA 10-Hour safety courses.


.75 Hour NBC Regulatory Standards; .50 Hour AGD PACE Program credit; .50 Hour CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit

Top 5 Safety Compliance Issues Employers Need to Know
Introduction Video

Are you opening a new business, purchasing an existing business, or evaluating your current business regulatory compliance program? If so, then this course will help you with your due diligence checklist. Safety compliance issues range from employers not knowing where to go to gather the information to not following through with an effective workplace safety training program once knowledge is gained.

This OSHA compliance / safety course will discuss:
  • Knowing OSHA’s Safety Standards
  • Preparing written programs for worker safety
  • Developing safety programs to meet OSHA training requirements
  • Monitoring safety
  • Enforcing safety rules
Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. Mary is an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program. She has presented at conferences nationally on the topic of health and safety.


One hour NBC Regulatory Standards credit; one hour AGD PACE Program credit; one hour CE Broker FL Office of Dental Laboratories – General credit and one hour CE Broker FL Board of Dentistry – General credit

Fall Protection Training
Introduction Video

Fall protection is important because it saves lives! According to the Bureau of Labor statistics falls are among the most common causes of serious work-related injuries and deaths. At the end of FY2016 BLS reported that workplace fatalities increased by 7% from the prior year. In that fiscal year, BLS reported that over one-third of workplace fatalities for construction workers resulted in death due to falls. Slips, trips, and falls make up most of general industry accidents. Employers must take measures in their workplaces to prevent employees from falling off overhead platforms or elevated work stations or into holes in the floor and walls. OSHA requires that fall protection be provided at elevations of four feet in general industry workplaces, five feet in shipyards, six feet in the construction industry and eight feet in longshoring operations. In addition, OSHA requires that fall protection be provided when working over dangerous equipment and machinery, regardless of the fall distance. In this course, you will learn:

  • How to identify types of fall hazards within the workplace,
  • Recognize methods to eliminate or protect against fall hazards
  • Examine components of a Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS)
  • Review employer/employee responsibilities

Half Hour CE credit provided for: NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Course Presenter

Chris Salmasi, Safety Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is an Authorized Construction & General Industry OSHA Outreach Trainer. His background is in construction and general industry safety compliance. Chris has instructed hundreds of attendees over numerous OSHA 10-Hour safety courses.

Workplace Security – Securing your Workplace for Employee Safety
Introduction Video

Why are workplace security measures so important? Because it keeps employees, equipment, and goods secure and safe. Having the right security measures can deter burglars and prevent other unauthorized persons from entering the property. In this course learn the importance of contingency planning, the components of workplace violence, and considerations for lockdown procedures.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. She has presented nationally at conferences on the topic of health and safety.


Course length is one hour. One Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Driver Safety Training
Introduction Video

Employees who operate a motor vehicle are at the greatest risk for a work-related fatality. This 30-minute course will assist employers with meeting OSHA training requirements. The presenter will discuss:

  • risks associated with operating a motor vehicle,
  • common causes of driving accidents,
  • how to prevent driving accidents,
  • handling emergency situations,
  • hazard communication (chemical exposure)
  • infection control precautions

This course will benefit employees who operate motor vehicles as well as employers who need to meet OSHA training requirements as a part of their new hire and annual workplace safety training.

Course Presenter

Chris Salmasi, Safety Compliance Advisor, is presenter of this course. He is an Authorized Construction & General Industry OSHA Outreach Trainer. His background is in construction and general industry safety compliance. Chris has instructed hundreds of attendees over numerous OSHA 10-Hour safety courses.


Half Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

HIPAA - Employee Need to Know
Introduction Video

Health & Human services requires under the HIPAA Act that covered entities protect patient health information. A requirement of HIPAA is to inform workplace members of the established privacy and security measures in effect. Even though Covered Entities must train on their specific privacy and security policies and procedures, this course can assist with the basic training for workforce members. The Covered Entity should supplement this course with their specific privacy and security policies and procedures.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. She has presented nationally at conferences on the topic of health and safety.


Course length is 16 minutes. .5 CE credit provided for this short course.

HIPAA Privacy Official and Security Official Responsibilities
Introduction Video

The safeguards established to protect patient health information under the HIPAA Act includes the appointment of individuals who will establish, monitor, and update the privacy and security policies and procedures. It’s critical for the privacy official and security official to understand their responsibilities for the protection of this information. These individuals are the key to the establishment of a Covered Entity’s policies and procedures. This course reviews the policies and procedures that are required for the protection of patient health information. Course objects are to define the following: 1) role of the privacy official and the security official; 2) privacy and security policies that must be developed; 3) the safeguards required to monitor compliance; 4) how to handle a breach; and 5) training of workforce members. Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance.


One hour of NBC Regulatory Standards, AGD PACE, CE Broker - FL Office of Dentistry or FL Office of Dental Laboratories

Health & Safety Training for the Dental Laboratory Employee
Intro Video
Introduction Video

This course reviews the OSHA Standards for safety that apply to a dental laboratory work environment including:

  • Hazard Communication Standard / Chemical Safety
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Standard / Infection Control / Exposure Control
  • Emergency Action Fire Prevention
  • Use of PPE - Personal Protective Equipment
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Equipment and Machine Guarding
  • Ergonomics and Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Electrical / Lockout/Tagout
  • Workplace Violence

This course was developed by SafeLink Consulting. SafeLink Consultants are Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainers and OSHA compliance advisors with over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance services specific to the dental industry. SafeLink Consultants actively assist clients globally and present at conferences nationally on the topics of health & safety and quality systems.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: NBC Regulatory Standards and CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry / Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

The Overlooked Risk: Dental Lab Pickup and Delivery Workers
Introduction Video

Safety training is not limited to employees who work in the facility. Employers must assess all hazards and those include transportation related hazards when employees drive as a part of their job. With more distractions than ever, it’s critical that drivers know the basics of safe driving and practice them every time they’re behind the wheel. This course will provide some auto safety tips to follow on the road plus a general overview of other components of an employer’s safety program such as infection control, chemical hygiene, and emergency action plans.


1 hour NBC Regulatory Standards credit; 1 hour Florida Office of Dental Laboratories general credit

Dental Compliance: Understanding the Liabilities Associated with Chairside Services
Introduction Video

As the dentist or the dental lab owner, do you understand the liabilities that exist when services, such as, all-on-four, guidance for custom implant abutment, shade taking or making adjustments/repairs (just to name a few), are provided?

The services being provided to dentists by outside contractors continues to become more needed and more extensive. Patient demands, product availability, and technology are some of the factors that have driven the need by dentists for expanded services by dental technicians. Pre-planning is critical to establishing a relationship for these services that defines and limits liability on both sides and meets the existing dental compliance laws. Learn what types of services are being provided, including all on fours or custom abutment guidance, the issues to be addressed by the parties prior to entering into the arrangements, the regulatory/legal considerations, and the regulatory compliance training needed.

Course Presenter

Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA, VP & Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. He has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance and the dental industry. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor, an authorized DAMAS consultant, a DAMAS certification auditor. He presents at conferences nationally on the topic of quality systems and health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Re-examining your Exposure Controls (including Infection Control) for the Dental Environment
Introduction Video

OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Standard (BPS) sets out the requirements for protecting workers from potentially infectious items. Employers are responsible for preventing and controlling infectious diseases and managing personnel health and safety concerns related to infection control in the workplace. This course will examine the components of the Exposure Control Plan which must be established to eliminate or minimize employee exposure. Details of work practices, engineering controls, and personal protective equipment will be discussed to help employers re-examine the effectiveness of their Exposure Control Plan. The CDC guidelines for dental settings are also discussed.

Course Presenter

Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA, VP & Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. He has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance and the dental industry. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor, an authorized DAMAS consultant, a DAMAS certification auditor. He presents at conferences nationally on the topic of quality systems and health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

What You Need to Know About Respirators and Confined Spaces
Introduction Video

Are your workers some of the estimated 5 million workers who are required to wear respirators in U.S. workplaces? The Silica Standard could require more employers to require respirators in their workplace, therefore, this course will assist employers with a better understanding of the requirements of OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard. Respirators are also required to protect workers from hazardous atmosphere which could include insufficient oxygen environments that can be found in confined spaces. This course will help employers identify if OSHA’s Confined Space Entry requirements apply to their workplace and how to protect their workers from these hazards.

Course Presenter

Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA, VP & Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. He has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance and the dental industry. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program, an ASQ-Certified Quality Auditor, an authorized DAMAS consultant, a DAMAS certification auditor. He presents at conferences nationally on the topic of quality systems and health and safety.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Are Your Employees at Risk
Intro Video
Introduction Video

“Assaults and Violent Acts” is the number two cause of workplace fatalities and the number one cause for females. Employers are required by OSHA to protect workers from hazards which can be chemical or biological, but even from violent acts. Employers should identify the risk of physical or emotional harm which can lead to fatal injury, nonfatal injury, or threat of injury which can lead to medical treatment, missed work, lost wages and decreased productivity.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Employee Training - OSHA's Revised Hazard Communication
Intro Video
Introduction Video

This course provides employee training on OSHA's revised Hazard Communication Standard. Course details the contents of the 16 section Safety Data Sheets and labeling components such as signal words, pictograms/symbols, hazard statements, and precautionary statements. This can be used not only as instruction on the revisions to this Standard but also as a part of your safety training on hazard communication.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Ebola - How Prepared Are You In Your Workplace?

This course will address the concerns of employers and provide recommendations for improving your infection control practices to prevent transmission of not only Ebola but other seasonal viruses such as the flu. OSHA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued guidelines for employers to follow to reduce the risk of transmission of Ebola and other microbes. Don't wait until you're faced with this issue. Be proactive and attend this course so you and your employees can be put at ease. Who will benefit most: Dentists, Dental staff, CDT's, Dental Laboratory Personnel, management, owners, Safety Coordinators, Training Coordinators, and Sterilization Staff. Note: This was a pre-recorded webinar that was presented on October 28, 2014 with information available as of the date of recording. Please disregard the reference to submitting Course # in the presentation to request continuing education credit.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Implementing the New OSHA Record Keeping Revisions

This course will detail the revisions to the requirements for reporting work-related fatality, injury, and illness information to OSHA, how to distinguish a recordable/reportable event, and how to properly complete the required documentation. Effective January 1, 2015, both dental laboratories and dental practices are affected by the revised record-keeping rules and revision in injury and illness reporting. This is a pre-recorded webinar. Please disregard the reference to submitting Course # in the presentation to request continuing education credit. Follow directions below to request continuing education credit.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Safely Managing Silica Exposure
Introduction Video

Silica is present in a number of products used in dentistry and now there’s strong evidence the former exposure limits do not adequately protect worker health. In response, for the first time in 40 years, OSHA has issued new silica standards. This course will provide a clear understanding of the new OSHA silica standards, discuss the health effects of over-exposure to silica, determine the routes of exposure in the dental environment and how to control exposure, plus give guidance on the development of the required written Silica Exposure Control Plan. The deadline for employer compliance with the new 1910.1053 Respirable Silica Standard is June 2018.


.75 Hour NBC Regulatory Standards; .50 Hour AGD PACE Program credit; .50 Hour CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit

Florida Rules and Laws of Dental Labs & Technicians

This course will address which laws and rules are required for dental labs and dental technicians located in the state of Florida. This is a pre-recorded webinar. Please disregard the reference to submitting Course # in the presentation to request continuing education credit. For FL Office of Dental Laboratories licensing credit, be sure to read the ID Field Requirements in yellow box and the Continuing Education Credit in blue box for instructions on submitting credit.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: NBC Regulatory Standards and FL Office of Dental Laboratories Laws and Rules of DL’s & Dtl Techns credit.

Safely Managing Silica Exposure
Introduction Video

Silica is present in many products used in general industry and now there’s strong evidence the former exposure limits do not adequately protect worker health. In response, for the first time in 40 years, OSHA has issued new silica standards. This course will provide a clear understanding of the new OSHA silica standards, discuss the health effects of over-exposure to silica, determine the routes of exposure in the work environment and how to control exposure, plus give guidance on the development of the required written Silica Exposure Control Plan. The deadline for employer compliance with the new 1910.1053 Respirable Silica Standard is June 2018.


Course Presenter

This course is presented by Gary Morgan, CDT, CQA/ASQ. He is an Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer and OSHA compliance advisor for SafeLink Consulting. Gary has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance services. He actively assists clients globally and presents at conferences nationally on the topics of health & safety and quality systems.

Course length: half hour

Health & Safety Training for General Industry
Introduction Video

This course reviews the OSHA Standards for safety that apply to a general industry work environment including:

  • Hazard Communication
  • Emergency Action Planning
  • Safety on walking and working surfaces
  • Ladder and stair safety
  • Use of personal protective equipment
  • Confined spaces and controls
  • Equipment and machine guarding
  • Ergonomics and musculoskeletal disorders
  • Lockout/Tagout
Course Presenter

This course is presented by Gary Morgan, CDT, CQA/ASQ. He is an Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer and OSHA compliance advisor for SafeLink Consulting. Gary has over 25 years of experience in regulatory compliance services. He actively assists clients globally and presents at conferences nationally on the topics of health & safety and quality systems.

Top 5 Safety Compliance Issues Employers Need to Know
Introduction Video

Are you opening a new business, purchasing an existing business, or evaluating your current business regulatory compliance program? If so, then this course will help you with your due diligence checklist. Safety compliance issues range from employers not knowing where to go to gather the information to not following through with an effective workplace safety training program once knowledge is gained.

This OSHA compliance / safety course will discuss:
  • Knowing OSHA’s Safety Standards
  • Preparing written programs for worker safety
  • Developing safety programs to meet OSHA training requirements
  • Monitoring safety
  • Enforcing safety rules
Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. Mary is an Authorized Trainer under OSHA’s Outreach Program. She has presented at conferences nationally on the topic of health and safety.


One hour NBC Regulatory Standards credit; one hour AGD PACE Program credit; one hour CE Broker FL Office of Dental Laboratories – General credit and one hour CE Broker FL Board of Dentistry – General credit

Fall Protection Training
Introduction Video

Fall protection is important because it saves lives! According to the Bureau of Labor statistics falls are among the most common causes of serious work-related injuries and deaths. At the end of FY2016 BLS reported that workplace fatalities increased by 7% from the prior year. In that fiscal year, BLS reported that over one-third of workplace fatalities for construction workers resulted in death due to falls. Slips, trips, and falls make up most of general industry accidents. Employers must take measures in their workplaces to prevent employees from falling off overhead platforms or elevated work stations or into holes in the floor and walls. OSHA requires that fall protection be provided at elevations of four feet in general industry workplaces, five feet in shipyards, six feet in the construction industry and eight feet in longshoring operations. In addition, OSHA requires that fall protection be provided when working over dangerous equipment and machinery, regardless of the fall distance. In this course, you will learn:

  • How to identify types of fall hazards within the workplace,
  • Recognize methods to eliminate or protect against fall hazards
  • Examine components of a Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS)
  • Review employer/employee responsibilities

Half Hour CE credit provided for: NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Course Presenter

Chris Salmasi, Safety Compliance Advisor with SafeLink Consulting, is an Authorized Construction & General Industry OSHA Outreach Trainer. His background is in construction and general industry safety compliance. Chris has instructed hundreds of attendees over numerous OSHA 10-Hour safety courses.

Workplace Security – Securing your Workplace for Employee Safety
Introduction Video

Why are workplace security measures so important? Because it keeps employees, equipment, and goods secure and safe. Having the right security measures can deter burglars and prevent other unauthorized persons from entering the property. In this course learn the importance of contingency planning, the components of workplace violence, and considerations for lockdown procedures.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. She has presented nationally at conferences on the topic of health and safety.


Course length is one hour. One Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Driver Safety Training
Introduction Video

Employees who operate a motor vehicle are at the greatest risk for a work-related fatality. This 30-minute course will assist employers with meeting OSHA training requirements. The presenter will discuss:

  • risks associated with operating a motor vehicle,
  • common causes of driving accidents,
  • how to prevent driving accidents,
  • handling emergency situations,
  • hazard communication (chemical exposure)
  • infection control precautions

This course will benefit employees who operate motor vehicles as well as employers who need to meet OSHA training requirements as a part of their new hire and annual workplace safety training.

Course Presenter

Chris Salmasi, Safety Compliance Advisor, is presenter of this course. He is an Authorized Construction & General Industry OSHA Outreach Trainer. His background is in construction and general industry safety compliance. Chris has instructed hundreds of attendees over numerous OSHA 10-Hour safety courses.


Half Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

HIPAA - Employee Need to Know
Introduction Video

Health & Human services requires under the HIPAA Act that covered entities protect patient health information. A requirement of HIPAA is to inform workplace members of the established privacy and security measures in effect. Even though Covered Entities must train on their specific privacy and security policies and procedures, this course can assist with the basic training for workforce members. The Covered Entity should supplement this course with their specific privacy and security policies and procedures.

Course Presenter

Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance. She has presented nationally at conferences on the topic of health and safety.


Course length is 16 minutes. .5 CE credit provided for this short course.

HIPAA Privacy Official and Security Official Responsibilities
Introduction Video

The safeguards established to protect patient health information under the HIPAA Act includes the appointment of individuals who will establish, monitor, and update the privacy and security policies and procedures. It’s critical for the privacy official and security official to understand their responsibilities for the protection of this information. These individuals are the key to the establishment of a Covered Entity’s policies and procedures. This course reviews the policies and procedures that are required for the protection of patient health information. Course objects are to define the following: 1) role of the privacy official and the security official; 2) privacy and security policies that must be developed; 3) the safeguards required to monitor compliance; 4) how to handle a breach; and 5) training of workforce members. Mary Bartlett, Senior Consultant with SafeLink Consulting, is the presenter of this course. She has over 25 years of experience in risk management and regulatory compliance.


One hour of NBC Regulatory Standards, AGD PACE, CE Broker - FL Office of Dentistry or FL Office of Dental Laboratories

What You Need to Know About Respirators and Confined Spaces
Introduction Video

Are your workers some of the estimated 5 million workers who are required to wear respirators in U.S. workplaces? The Silica Standard could require more employers to require respirators in their workplace, therefore, this course will assist employers with a better understanding of the requirements of OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard. Respirators are also required to protect workers from hazardous atmosphere which could include insufficient oxygen environments that can be found in confined spaces. This course will help employers identify if OSHA’s Confined Space Entry requirements apply to their workplace and how to protect their workers from these hazards.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Are Your Employees at Risk
Introduction Video

“Assaults and Violent Acts” is the number two cause of workplace fatalities and the number one cause for females. Employers are required by OSHA to protect workers from hazards which can be chemical or biological, but even from violent acts. Employers should identify the risk of physical or emotional harm which can lead to fatal injury, nonfatal injury, or threat of injury which can lead to medical treatment, missed work, lost wages and decreased productivity.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

Employee Training - OSHA's Revised Hazard Communication
Introduction Video

This course provides employee training on OSHA's revised Hazard Communication Standard. Course details the contents of the 16 section Safety Data Sheets and labeling components such as signal words, pictograms/symbols, hazard statements, and precautionary statements. This can be used not only as instruction on the revisions to this Standard but also as a part of your safety training on hazard communication.


1 Hour CE credit provided for: AGD PACE Program credit, NBC Regulatory Standards, CE Broker - FL Board of Dentistry credit, FL Office of Dental Laboratories General credit.

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