The Indiana Dental Association is pleased to provide affordable, top-notch continuing education opportunities, including courses to meet OSHA and Basic Life Support (BLS) requirements. Please utilize the links below to register for courses in your component for the upcoming year.
Click here to register for the IDA’s 2019 OSHA and/or BLS Recertification courses.
Presented by Kay Maddox – $85*
2 CE Credits
Check in: 8:30-9:00 a.m.
Course: 9:00-11:00 a.m.
The goal of this lecture is to help create a safe working environment for dental professionals. The keynote topics presented are exposure control, infection prevention, post exposure management protocols and recordkeeping. This annual training is mandated by Federal Regulation.
Presented by Jay Williamson and Kay Maddox $85*
2-7 CE Credits**
Check in: 11:15-11:30 a.m.
Course: 11:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (approximately)
The goal of the American Safety and Health Institutes BLS for Healthcare Providers and Professional Rescuers is to provide high quality training in performing CPR both as a single rescuer and as part of a rescue team for adults, children and infants. This program conforms to American Heart Association’s guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care. Training is required once per licensure period for hygienists. Training is required for dentists under certain circumstances once per licensure period.
Kay Maddox is a graduate of the IU School of Nursing and has practiced in Indiana for 47 years. She serves as a trainer on three Ivy Tech State College campuses, Regional Faculty for the American Heart Association and Training Center Faculty for St. Vincent and IU Ball Memorial Hospitals. Kay is also an instructor for the American Health & Safety Institute and the National Safety Council. She has lectured to the dental community throughout Indiana for nearly 30 years regarding OSHA compliance. Jay Williamson is training center faculty at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital. He has been training CPR, First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens and various other courses for sixteen years to both healthcare professionals and lay rescuers.
Important Notice: OSHA/BLS Refund Policy
We must contract with instructors in advance. For this reason, the following refund policy must be strictly enforced for our OSHA/BLS courses: Cancellation requests received by IDA seven or more days prior to the course will be honored with a full refund for OSHA. OSHA cancellation requests received by IDA less than seven days prior to the course will be honored with a 50 percent refund. Transfers not offered for OSHA or BLS. No refund will be given for BLS.
IDA has removed its OSHA Self Study training video due to changes in OSHA requirements that were not reflected in the video. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our members. Beginning in spring 2019 we will be offering a series of monthly CE webinars on various topics, including an OSHA webinar in September. We will of course update members on our webinar topics and schedules as early as possible.
IDA will continue to offer live OSHA Compliance Issues courses. Click here to view more details or to register. In addition, the ADA offers numerous OSHA DVDs and training manuals for individuals and offices. Click here to view the ADA catalog.
*Course fees are $85 per person, per course, and $225 for non-IDA member dentists. A 15 percent discount is available for groups of eight or more registered attendees from the same office, regardless of courses taken. BLS is not available to non-IDA member dentists. **Indiana law limits hygienists to 2 CE credits for BLS training. Dentists are able to claim 2 CE credits per 1 hour of hands-on BLS participation.
|The OSHA Compliance and Infection Prevention Practices & Basic Life Support Recertification classes brochure is available HERE.
co-sponsored by the IDA Insurance Trust
*The Indiana Dental Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.