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After conducting the first round of beta tests, it is clear we are on the right track. There is absolutely a need for attention to OSHA standards in the dental community. Unfortunately, this is an area of liability that has brought about little concern in the past and is now becoming more and more a hot item amongst the dental community as legislators seek to raise fines for non-compliance. There is on average, 5 defects at any given point in time in a dental practice. Of the beta tests completed thus far in our venture, this number doesn't even compare. We have found tremendous levels of liability that will bring substantial fines if not corrected. We are supporting these practices in correcting their existing deficiencies and implementing workable solutions to prevent them in the future. My question to you is.....if an OSHA inspector were to walk into your practice today.....are you compliant?
 


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    Jon Harris has been coaching and consulting small businesses for more than a decade. His expertise in legal and environmental compliance comes from years of experience assessing liability, developing and implementing action plans to eliminate those liabilities, and pioneering best practices to prevent reoccurrences. He is bringing his corporate experience to small business to foster a new approach to managing liability.
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