Our Recommended Dental Compliance Courses

All Participants Earn Continuing Education (C.E.) Points

In addition to the standard course materials, each Dental course includes a discussion and/or practice performing rescues in dental office-specific settings including waiting rooms, operatories, and dental chairs.

Emergency Oxygen Therapy (E.O.T.)

RECOMMENDED TRAINING

All participants earn Continuing Education Points

Emergency Oxygen Therapy (E.O.T.)

Participants of this 1.5 hour course will learn how to check their oxygen tank to ensure it is full and operational, review the role of oxygen and its physiological use in the body as well as a practical demonstration of how to operate your oxygen cylinder. Finally, you will examine the oxygen adjuncts available (for example, oxygen regulators, masks, and oral/nasal airways) as well as how to effectively transfer care of a patient to responding emergency personnel.

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Emergency Medication Administration (E.M.A.)

RECOMMENDED TRAINING

All participants earn Continuing Education Points

Emergency Medication Administration (E.M.A.)

Participants of this 2.5 hour course will review how to assess a patients’ vital signs and what they tell us, how to recognize common medical emergencies in the dental office (such as syncope, anaphylaxis, and cardiac dysrhythmias), and the pathophysiology of these conditions. A discussion of “the big six” emergency medications legally required in every dental office will be discussed as well as when and how to administer them. The session will conclude with hands-on practice preparing and administering different emergency medications.

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Emergency Medical Scenarios (E.M.S.)

RECOMMENDED TRAINING

All participants earn Continuing Education Points

Emergency Medical Scenarios (E.M.S.)

This course can be added onto any of the recommended or mandatory trainings (one hour) or may be taken as a separate course (three hours). Participants will role-play as either the victim or rescuers in several simulated medical emergencies. Dental staff will learn to recognize and simulate the treatment of a variety of medical conditions using the equipment and facilities available in their dental office.

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DENTAL COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST
Recommended

With safety blitzes and unannounced inspections by the Ministry of Labour on the rise, it is important for dental offices to take steps to ensure the health and safety of their patients and staff. READ MORE »


FIRST AID & CPR COURSES
Earn Continuing Education Credits

The specialized SAJE Vital Signs Dental Office courses teach dental professionals how to deal with specific emergency situations that may occur in their dental office.


CPR C WITH AED & BVM TRAINING
Required For All Dental Office Staff

Teaches the fundamentals of cardiac arrest resuscitation for adult, child, and infant victims. READ MORE »


HEALTH CARE PROVIDER CPR
Required for all providing sedation and/or general anesthesia

This course covers everything addressed in CPR-C with AED but to the highest standard of competency. READ MORE »


EMERGENCY FIRST AID
Required for Offices with 1-5 staff

Focuses on the causes and treatment of common traumatic emergencies experienced in the dental setting. Dental staff learn how to manage several different emergencies … READ MORE »


STANDARD FIRST AID
Required for Offices with more than 6 staff

Covers everything discussed in Emergency First Aid in greater detail and introduces several new traumatic emergencies experienced in dental offices. Participants receive more hands-on training in the bandaging and splinting injuries. READ MORE »


WHMIS
Required by all Dental staff

This training can be added onto an existing SAJE course or may be taken separately. The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is a Canada-wide program designed to provide employers and employees with information about hazardous materials in the workplace. READ MORE »


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