Masks are still required in the dental office.
Get resources to help your office communicate mask requirements.
California employers must notify employees of potential exposure to COVID-19 at the worksite. This resource details the legal requirements and provides a template for the notice.
Summary of the Cal/OSHA requirements for medical evaluation and fit testing tight-fitting respirators such the N95 and elastomeric respirators.
Customize sample plan to describe how the practice complies with safe work practices, communicates with staff and more. This resource is part of the Regulatory Compliance Manual. Updated April 2020.
An overview of other Cal/OSHA regulations for which dental practices have been cited for violating.
A poster guide to the pictograms and hazard statements required by the Cal/OSHA Hazard Communication regulation.
Use CDA’s 45-minute PowerPoint presentation to provide the Cal/OSHA-required training on hazardous materials to new dental staff. The training covers hazard identification, protective and first-aid measures and more.
The standard of care and dental plan contracts require dental practices to have medical emergency kits for their patients. Cal/OSHA requires a first aid kit for use by employees.
Cal/OSHA electrical safety regulations for which dental practices have commonly been cited for violating. Recent penalties range from $85 to $840 per incident.
An overview of the Cal/OSHA requirements for a dental practice to have an air compressor/tank permit.