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Health Care Seminar – When You Hear OSHA Do You Hit the Snooze Button?

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.
3101 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 200, Raleigh, North Carolina 27612

Complimentary Dinner and Seminar for Health Care Providers

Not so fast! This might be a situation where if you snooze, you lose and find yourself battling a costly citation. Every medical and dental practice is required by law to provide a safe workplace for their employees and to maintain compliance with the ever-changing regulations set by OSHA that apply specifically to medical hazards, risks and safety procedures. From the handling of blood to the GHS label requirements to hand-washing, fire prevention, and respiratory hygiene … is your practice fully compliant?

Please join us on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 for a discussion on:

  • Building blocks of a strong safety program
  • Must have checklists
  • Surviving an OSHA inspection
  • How to handle an OSHA citation

Event contact:
Beth O’Reilly
(919) 782-6860
Beth.OReilly@youngmoorelaw.com

Speakers

Karen Gregory
RN Director of Compliance and Education
Total Medical Compliance

Karen is passionate about employee and patient safety and takes every opportunity to share this important information to improve the quality of healthcare for everyone involved.

Karen works with Total Medical Compliance (TMC) as Director of Compliance and Education where she is responsible for the development and supervision of compliance programs. TMC provides onsite OSHA, infection control, and HIPAA compliance solutions to dental and medical practices, as well as seminars and webinars on various compliance issues.

She is a requested speaker at local, state, and national dental meetings. Karen is on the Editorial Review Board for Infection Control in Practice, a Hu-Friedy Key Opinion Leader and serves on the OSAP Board of Directors.



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