The Prevention of Sharps Injuries in the Healthcare Sector Regulations (S.I. 135 of 2014) and related Dental Council guidance on sharps management can be overlooked in a busy practice.
Compliance update April 2019. What's in the April issue?
Compliance update March 2019. What's in the March issue?
The best time to review your dental practice’s compliance processes is before not after you take on a new employee.
Some thoughts on how governance applies to the smaller business entities in the context of government regulation.
Dr Jane Renehan recommends the EPA’s new dental code of practice as essential reading for all dentists and dental team members.
Dentistry is operating in a world where regulatory monitoring and legal enforcement seem to be forever shifting.
Like good oral hygiene, dental compliance is achieved and sustained when we first reach an acceptable level of dental health and then establish a daily maintenance programme.
Being dental compliant is having a systematic set of procedures which are consistently followed in your practice to ensure that your statutory obligations are being met.
As you open your dental practice after the extended holiday period take a few minutes to carry out some infection prevention and control safety checks.