Reprinted with permission from SafeLink Consulting, Inc.
Tuesday, February 11, 2020 . posted by Gary Morgan, CDT, ASQ CQA
The current outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has generated a lot of questions from our clients on what they should be doing in their dental laboratory or dental practice. The simple answer is, keep doing what you have been doing. That means following Standard Precautions and disinfecting everything that has been in contact with a dental patient’s body fluids. More procedures may need to be followed depending on the circumstance. Read on to learn more.
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About the author:
Gary Morgan is the Co-owner, Vice President, and Senior Consultant, of SafeLink Consulting, Inc. Gary has been guiding dental laboratories implementing FDA compliant quality systems since 2007. A Certified Quality Auditor by the American Society for Quality, Gary is also a certified DAMAS consultant and auditor. Gary is a Certified Dental Technician, recognized by state and national organizations for his service to the industry. NADL has presented Gary with a Merit Award in Recognition of Contributions and Outstanding Service to the Dental Laboratory Profession.