Dental IP&C Regulations 2 : Regulations, Guidelines and Roles provides a comprehensive review of the various IP&C guidelines and regulations that shape modern dental practise.
This course provides a brief summary of regulations, guidelines and procedures relevant to infection prevention and control in dentistry. Regulations covered are on a dental industry level e.g. Department of Health’s HTM 01-05, on a task related level e.g. COSHH, RIDDOR, Hazardous Waste and on a wider organisational level e.g. the Workplace regulations. Topics of particular interest are design considerations for treatment and sterilisation areas, healthcare worker infection and vaccination advice and a guide to PPE.
This is an online training course for all staff working in a dental service facility, with content that focuses on encouraging practical application using a combination of case studies, diagrams and videos. The course follows on from the 'Dental IP&C Regulations 1: Laws, Ethics and Regulators' course. It can be completed at work or at home on a variety of devices including computers, tablets and smart phones.
On completion of this course trainees will:
1. Understand essential quality and best practice infection control requirements.
2. Gain awareness of workplace and design considerations that reduce cross contamination.
3. Be informed about ensuring staff safety whilst performing decontamination tasks and handling hazardous waste and chemicals.
Add members of your team, when registering for this course, to track their progress. Trainees will cover the following topics:
Each module is accompanied by a multiple choice test to assess the trainee’s understanding of the content. When all module tests are completed the trainee will have access to a personalised certificate.