The Dental Board of California requires all licensed dental professionals (DDS, DMD, RDA, RDH, etc.) to take approved CE courses in Infection Control (Bloodborne Pathogen Standards) and California Dental Law every two years for license renewal. Cal-OSHA requires employers to provide training in Bloodborne Pathogens, Hazard Communication, General Safety, and Emergency Response to occupationally exposed employees upon hire and at least annually thereafter (refer to your Exposure Control Plan to identify occupationally exposed employees). These two courses are packed with practical information in an enjoyable atmosphere. Bring the whole office for a productive day of learning and fun.
Morning Session 8:15am-12:30pm
California Dental Practice Act
Afternoon Session 1:00pm-2:30pm
Bloodborne Pathogens & Hazard Communication
Marcella Oster, RDA
5.5 CE Units (Core)
Marcella Oster, RDA is a current RDA with 40 years of experience in many areas of the Dental field. In 1994 she co-founded and was President of the first woman-owned Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility in California (EcoSolutions), which specialized in providing comprehensive hazardous and bio waste management and disposal for Dental offices. In 1999 it was acquired by the world’s largest medical waste management company. Marcella is an independent speaker for CDA and co-created one of the first Dental hazardous waste training videos offering CE credit and approved by the Dental Board of California. She is a current CE provider and lectures all over California, and volunteers at a free Dental clinic in Auburn, CA. Marcella also assists at CDA Cares.