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How to Choose a Safe Seat for Your Baby to Eat with High Chair Designer Kirsti Vandraas
"Today. We're talking about the seat in which your baby learns how to eat. That's right highchairs. And when it comes to hide your design there is no one more well known for icon design in this space than peter obstacle of norway. Peter offset designed the trip trap highchair in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. When he looked around for a chair that allowed his son to sit in a natural way at the grownups table and because nonesuch chair existed he designed what is now known as the iconic trip chair basically so he could include his son in as he says life round the table. So many of you may have this chair that trip trap or recognize it. It's sometimes like to a ladder so the trip trap is a wooden chair with an adjustable seat and adjustable footplate and grows with your child so the company that peter designed it for which is called. Shutt- is headquartered in norway. And they've actually sold more than twelve million trip trap as so it is one of the. Most globally recognized chairs. Personally i love this chair. I have in us seven of the trip traps around the table for my seven children. They've really been fabulous investment wonderful. Especially if you have a smaller space where you're feeding your baby or babies or if you're feeding multiples it's wonderful because it has a much smaller footprints like not one of those highchairs. It's gonna take up your kitchen. So while peter fix trip trap was designed and launched in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when his son was little forty years later in twenty thirteen obstacle launched. Another chair called the nomi and this was really his realization of his vision for designing the next generation highchair one. That's dedicated to his grandchildren. So peter obstacles now eighty one at the time of this recording. He continues to work every day. And cures deep vandross is a physiotherapist and an ergonomic who works very closely with peter. In fact she's worked with peter object for the last thirteen years. So kirsty is going to be on the podcast today. Sharing peter's vision and philosophy about the chairs that he originally designed for his child and his grandchildren. Now that millions of families of used around the world. So if you have a trip trap or a nomi- or if you're in the market for a highchair that will continue to serve your family and your child long after these initial stages of starting solids. I think you're really going to enjoy this interview. Because the scandinavian design principles and the philosophies held by peter and explained today by st are so very different from what we may have in mind when we go to select a seat for our baby to learn how to eat so today on the podcast. Kirstin i are going to be talking about the difference in american and european safety standards. Why norwegian families do not actually strap their babies of their toddlers into the degree or the extent that americans may think is necessary. This is going to be very eye opening for a lot of you certainly was for me as kind of a control freak. Mom we'll be chatting about why the trip trap and the nomi were designed with the very obvious absence of trey and what that means. and then. How the adjustable foot rest is probably the most important safety and design component missing from most highchairs today. So i hope you enjoy this interview with cure. Steve andros from the peter obsta company. Kirsty thank you so much for joining us. I am so excited to have the opportunity to interview you. It's catching get now. If you can. Would you tell us a little bit about your background. And how you know the whole life story maybe. How did you get into product design. And then how did you come to. Work with. Peter ops vic. Oh it's a long story. I am a physiotherapist anais. I started working in our major hospital here in in ostler with people with back and neck problems you know. People came into the hospital more or less paralyzed with pain and never thought they would be able to come up and walk again and with a treatment lots of guidance we build them up again and they went home and they were fine and had a lotta for knowledge with how to behave to avoid back and neck problems then. I saw that it was difficult for them. To use to knowledge they had when they went back to back. So i sold our institution equivalent to osha would been interesting place to work to see if i was able to get other people to create positive working environments where you could work but still keep your health so i spent ten years in our show in charge of ergonomics and then i started sinking. What about getting into detail. The totality because their via opium much more than chair tables but share and tables reports on the totality and. I wanted to see if we could make chairs in such way that you didn't talk to have problems with your body after sitting. Who working so. I started working ritual. Company that developed sitting solution for the working person unlock was contested. Interesting period thomas there for six teen years and then i met peter ops week. One of a number of designers. We used not process another lost twelve years. We're solely read. Peter and peter's sir designs promoting them talking about taking part in the product development. So that was a long story. But you know the background and How i ended up here. And you're still actively working with peter. Is that correct. Yes yes wonderful. Can you tell us a little bit about the history of the design of the trip trap and then the nomi highchairs and especially with regard to promoting freedom and fellowship. The trick drop chair was developed in the beginning of the seventies piotre just had his son wounding sixty nine will sitting on an ordinary highchair s. You know the high chair has been around for for generations. you know egypt. They use highchair. the hunt. Chance in their mini is an pizza hut his son sitting in hijab but then when he reached a year and a half you know he didn't really need to sit with the sort of support all around his waist. He was looking for other chairs that he could place his son around the table together with the rest of the company that did not exist so he had to make his own amber trip chapels but one then in nineteen seventy two and i think he did something very clever back then because he did not make it to fit into what you call the design of the seventies he had the distinct bischel feature in the seventies and the result is that the chair still look quite Modern had he designed it giving it the visual design of what the kitchen look like. Back in nineteen seventy two. It would have been outdated very old looking chair today.
Man Seriously Injured After Being Pinned By Snow Removal Equipment In Chelmsford Near Boston
"Landscaper working in transferred, suffers life threatening injuries after an accident on the job. He was working on snow removal at a commercial building when he got End by his equipment. A worker in that building heard the man yelling for help yesterday morning and called 911 Chelmsford. Police and fire departments say that they found the man pinned between the arm of a skid steer loader and one of its tractor tires. Skid Steers are a type of tractor used in construction and landscaping. In this case in snow removal, they were able to free him and rushed him to Lowell General Hospital. He was later transported to test Medical center in Boston appears that he Was operating that equipment alone. No other workers on site OSHA responded to the
Iran executes journalist Ruhollah Zam
"Journalist Ruhollah Sam had been convicted of fermenting violence during street protest three years ago and collaborating with foreign countries charges He denied. Is Sebastian OSHA. The dissident journalists have been brought back to Iran last year after going to exile in France, where he was given asylum. Iran's Revolutionary Guard said he was trapped in a complex operation. Using intelligence deception, but did not say where it took place. He was recently paraded on state television after he'd been sentenced to death in a cat and mouse interview with one of Iran's most famous broadcasters. 27 protests were sparked by a sharp rise in food prices and posed a major challenge to the authorities. Rihanna's on provided timings and locations of the protests. On videos he helped spread. Protesters directly denounced the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. President Trump has hailed the decision
California adopts stricter workplace coronavirus safety rules
"Million workers here are going to be covered by the new mandate, which would include specific requirements for masks and physical distancing and reporting of outbreaks, all measures that aren't legally required at the federal level, but as marketplaces, making McCarty Carino reports That might change. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration usually set specific, enforceable rules for dealing with workplace dangers like hazardous chemicals and blood borne diseases. But not for covert 19. There was no guidance anywhere really for people. Maggie Robbins is a safety advocate with the nonprofit work Safe, which collaborated with California regulators on their new emergency rules. No way we can control the broader circulation of Kobe it If we keep having outbreaks at workplaces, California regulators will have new tools to enforce mask wearing and physical distancing, and employers will be required to investigate report and test for potential outbreaks. But Robert Moo tree with the California Chamber of Commerce says that could unfairly burden employers as community spread surges. You may have no role in those cases of hearing your workplace, but you will be put under outbreak protocols here. Large workplace outbreaks have been documented at meat packing plants, garment factories and among farm workers across the country. And incidents of workplace infections or growing. That's why the federal government needs to follow the lead of states like California, says Rebecca Randall, with the A F L C E O. The virus doesn't know boundaries in any national leadership to set those plans. The Labor group will be making recommendations to the Biden transition team for who should lead OSHA, the president elect has said, and acting national workplace safety rules is a high priority. Making McCarty Carino for marketplace.
How to Build A Business For the Long-Run
"What are the things you look for in a business idea operated cetera and see if it has potential to scale big make big money. I just picked big markets like You know like we jumped in the health and wellness space. We knew that a large majority of americans were fat and overweight and obese and spent a ton of money to buy products like this. So i definitely want to take a big market. I and i know people are willing to spend a lotta money in as kind of like a i. You know. I want to think about. I think about like if you can build unfair advantages or you had some advantage over Over market that that may be some don't have You know. But yeah i would. I would just pick big market like for us health and wellness. It was awesome personal as well. I mean. Chris was really big believer in paleo. Tedo so no during the time when things weren't working and kept him motivated kind of or a bigger a bigger problem to solve. We wanna help one hundred thousand or five hundred thousand women you know Regain their their suds of a pri- inuit whatever it is but i picked big markets first and then just figure out like can i build Can i take a very small segment of that big market and make a business out of it so i would encourage you to think in terms of where is. Where's the money flowing where people readily willing to spend money on certain products or ideas are topics. Yeah nine think. That's a great answer. Hopefully marcus that helped you to your place of bad reception but glad we were able to answer it. We have molly love it. And she wants to know about a coming trend next. Five years in marketing. Hey molly hey. How's it my question and appreciate that. Yeah yeah so. Thank you so much for all this information. That's really super I am brand new and I just wanted to check in and see if you had any thoughts about trends man Not so much trends. But i am. I am super bullish on however you wanna define it. E commerce internet marketing. You know however you wanted to find space that we're in. I am so bullish. Because what i know to be true is that there are just no end number of new places to promote your product whether it's tiktok whether it's you know Emily yesterday says she was crushing it on native networks. But what what i know to be true is there are going to be continually new places to to market product which is super cool and just the rate at which the tools available to us as marketers just seeming seemingly better and better and better and better like i mean. I'm damned with sms cart abandoned. I answered with the idea of sending physical mail out to people. I mean so so we we do live in a world of marketing world where we are just like new marketing waste or reach customers is happening all the time. Different ways to engage them whether it's over email whether it's direct mail whether it's physical location. So i don't know that there's trends so much is but we have a very quickly growing exciting dynamic space to work within and it just opens up huge opportunities for people that can see that stuff and leverage it So yeah i don't know. I mean health and wellness is always a big trend financial crisis. I'm sure the pressure are going. Prepar going crazy right now with what's happening with pandemic stuff so i think if you're opened like listening to the what's happening in the world you can you can do take yearly. Well if you keep both ears open so welcome to the space molly like. It's really great to have you and it's a it's a. It's you'll find really people here that are doing really interesting things and So yeah for sure. I joined this really great mastermind. So i'm really excited about that. But yeah thank you for that. I appreciate your thoughts on it. Been great thanks. Thanks moyer quickly. Want to questions but i say it was interesting talking with my wife. Laura and her her cousin who's a doctor like a Like an er doctor. Remember him as a wedding. Yeah yeah you met him. Yeah he officiated policies out here in vegas. Because they're getting. They're getting married on october. First and sedona other doing their originally going to a whole albert wedding another kind of eloping but yet his bachelor party wife comes in. Gaza comes in today. And so we've seen watt. They're talking about tiktok because he's made a couple of videos on tiktok have just gone like a million half use you million views and it's just like not knowing what he's doing and like one thing there. I don't have to talk at all currently but like on my phone. But it was like lauren like do same way when you like instagram. When you're osha gone on instagram. Five years earlier or later two or whatever it is s happening right now in tiktok. It's like why would you not at least explore play of tiktok and in tiktok. Not you know that will get supplanted by something else. But it's like i like as i get older. I mean i'm really just getting active on instagram in the last month or two executive assistant like posting stuff for me you know i mean we talk about what she's going to post but like but i'm like you know stupid resistant to instagram. A long time. Because i'm like i'm gonna become commodity in my old age you know and it's like i don't know why it's gotta stop doing that. No
‘We Have to Speak Out’: Thai Students Defy Protest Ban
"Thousands of protesters are in the streets of Bangkok, Thailand against Saturday, USA radio newswoman Cox reports, unlike Friday's protests, when police used water cannons to disperse thousands of protesters that included Children Saturday's demonstrations were peaceful. Activists managed the stage of fourth consecutive day of protests despite government efforts to support them through a variety of actions, including shutting down Bangkok's mass transit systems. Saturday's protest which were also held in at least six of these outside Bangkok. Got underway despite Prime Minister Chen OSHA's declaration of a state of emergency Thursday that banned all political gatherings of five or more people and made all protesters subject to arrest.
Rescue crews recover bodies of three victims from building collapse in west Houston
"All three construction workers killed on the partial building collapse in west Houston have now been recovered and taken to the medical examiner's office since the chief Michael Mears, his marathon oil, which is the construction, the building had been more than generous to both the workers, families and first responders on the scene since Monday, all three family members who are being hosted by the company across the street I've been very good to the family to a rescuer, so I'd like to thank them as well. But yes, When I understand. All three families have been spoken to Chief mayor says OSHA will remain on the site to determine exactly what caused the collapse.
Amazon automation could be making some warehouse jobs more dangerous
"Since Amazon I introduced robots into its warehouses six years ago. The company has seen staggering growth and demand has only intensified during the pandemic as more people do their shopping online but a new investigation by reveal from the Center for investigative reporting finds that growth may be coming at a heavy price to workers. Injuries are on the rise especially in facilities where robots are used and at peak times like around Prime Day will evans is a reporter for reveal and lead the investigation. The robots make the warehouses much more efficient. So they they carry these tall stacks of consumer products to the worker who stands at their station and picks out the products that people. Order and they can pick them much faster. Now when workers had to pick while walking, they were held responsible for around one hundred items per hour. Now, it's up to four hundred items per hour. So they're going much faster. They're doing much more repetitive, the same kind of repetitive motions over and over again without a break for long shifts, they have their their standard breaks. But when they're on the clock, they're held to production quotas that keep them going extremely fast and their bodies are basically breaking down or they're taking safety shortcuts and getting hurt now I understand that Osha stepped in was concerned about this and suggested some changes. How did the company respond? Soon after the robots were introduced, Auchev found that this was ergonomic hazard and recommended several changes including recommending that workers rotate jobs throughout their shift and that Amazon give them an extra break Amazon experimented with some job rotation, but it wasn't implemented across their network. So. Now, people are still better at this job that Amazon calls picking at the warehouse, grabbing things putting them in a basket or been and sending them on to be packed but eventually, robots will probably keep getting better. I mean. Do you see that as kind of where this is headed that? Maybe the the way that we address these safety issues is that the humans lose their jobs altogether and the robots do it. That's been consistently you know worry from when the robots were introduced an Amazon as was quick to say, look, this is not replacing anybody in if anything the robots bring more jobs and these these robotic warehouses have a ton of people in them. I mean thousands of people along with the robots and so yet that's still a concern and what is predicted to were on the road towards fully automated warehouses We are not there yet because the robots can't do the things that humans do, and in the meantime you know things just things will get more automated, but we've seen these technological advances. Have not made things easier or or better for the workers and So in the meantime, you're going to have more injuries. Amazon has tried to to address some of its injury problems through technological fixes, and they have to spend a lot of money on those things but the safety efforts they're making don't address the workload that the that the workers have to keep up with now, most of the injuries that your reporting focused on our related to repetitive stress. But with covid nineteen, there's a whole new health and safety risk going on in inside warehouses. How has the company been responding to that? The that is a big deal. Obviously, this year with a pandemic and a lot of workers have complained about Amazon being too slow to protect them initially not notifying them right away when Cova hit their warehouses now they do get. Notifications. Saying that a CO worker has gotten sick but workers say there is inadequate paid sick leave. So you can get that paid sick leave if you actually have covert but if you think you might be exposed and you haven't been tested yet or waiting for results you if you take time off work, you know you don't get paid for that. So some workers were still coming into work when it would been for if they stayed home Amazon has spent a. A lot of money on its covid safety measures and has implemented social distancing and requires face masks and all that. The they've also had a lot of cases of COVID. They've had several deaths from it in their warehouses Amazon says that the the rate of covert is as less than the general population but what you're seeing is a combination of these things. So some workers, for example, tell me that things that are too heavy to lift by themselves that they would normally. Try to get someone to lift with them. Now they they don't they can't do that because of social distancing so they may lift up by themselves and get hurt. So it's a confluence of of different factors and we don't know exactly how the injury rates are bearing right now. But we know that it's a time of high demand and prime day is coming up and the holidays are. Coming up, and we know that those are the Times where you see injuries go up as well. Where do you think the customer fits into all of this I mean the company prides itself on being quote customer obsessed, which, of course, is what leads to these higher and higher quotas for production do we need to take a look at our habits and how we interact with this company? I. Think that's a really good question I mean Amazon is so focused on delighting the customers We've come to expect that we order something and we get it the next day or or day of but in order to do that, there's a ton of workers who are putting themselves at risk going faster and faster and having really intense demands put on them. Yeah. I mean it is a question for consumers. What are we willing? What are the costs that were willing to accept to get that level of speedy delivery and you know vast selection at our fingertips? Will Evans is a reporter for reveal. Amazon. Declined to give an interview for his story. Instead the company emailed a statement saying it's invested more than a billion dollars in safety measures so far this year partly due to Covid nineteen, and that quote nothing is more important than the health and safety of our teams. and. Now for some related links, the full reveal story is well worth the read Evans reported that to try to bring down injuries at least one warehouse offered pizza parties for a string of incident free shifts. But one employee described the parties as rewards for not reporting injuries because really who wants to be the one that gets hurt and deprives co workers of Free Pizza.
Los Angeles County Ralphs, Food 4 Less Stores Cited For Failing To Protect Employees From COVID-19
"Regulators who find a handful of Ralph stores in Los Angeles and one food for last door for failing to protect employees from Cove. It Finds carry penalties ranging from 13 to $25,000 callow cious as the store is allowed to buddy customers inside and some failed to provide adequate physical barriers between workers and customers. Cal OSHA also says Ralph's failed to properly notify the state when two workers died from Cove in
Woman Killed In Elevator Accident In Boston's Allston Apartment Building
"Continues in Allston after the death of a woman in an apparent elevator accident. The woman nor thirties was found in the elevator on Commonwealth Avenue yesterday. Neighbors at the apartment building were evacuated. OSHA and police are investigating an autopsy will be performed to determine how the woman died. The death
Both Workers Hurt in Seattle Pier 58 Collapse Out of Hospital
"Partial collapse of Seattle's pure 50 eight's is now being investigated by state and federal safety inspectors. The Seattle Times reports, OSHA and the state Department of Labor and Industries are looking into it. Two contractors fell into the water when a chunk of the pier plunged into Puget Sound. Both workers are now out of the hospital.
Boston Woman Killed In Elevator Accident In Allston Apartment Building
"In her thirties is killed in an apparent elevator accident in an Austin apartment building. Here's the BBC TV's Tiffany Chan. This appears to be a horrific accident. Neighbors who live in this apartment building heard those pies for help. Witnesses say the woman who was killed was trying to load a package into the elevator when it apparently gave way and OSHA in Boston police trying to figure out what happened. This tenant lives across the hall and says it's an old system like
OSHA Investigating Parking Deck Collapse In Atlanta
"Worker is recovering from his his injuries injuries after after a a secondary secondary collapse collapse of of a a midtown midtown Atlanta Atlanta parking parking deck. deck. Elena Elena Farr Farr Rescue Rescue Sergeant Sergeant Cortez Cortez Stafford, Stafford, explaining explaining what what happened. happened. One One of of the the beams beams on on the the upper upper floors floors pancake down to the bottom floor, which means it dropped about 10 floors down. Worker was standing on. One of those I beams when it collapsed and actually rode the concrete down. Saturday's incident followed Friday's collapse when at least one worker had to be rescued, and others were hurt. According to a lot of our rescue Saturday's collapse, Centre worker down 10 stories OSHA is investigating both of the collapse is a lot of city officials have halted all work inside the building. As the next course of action has figured out the deck is to serve as the new parking lot for Emory University Hospital Midtown. Meanwhile,
Smithfield Foods Faces Fine for Not Protecting Workers From COVID-19
"Companies facing a Corona virus related fine federal regulators site Smithfield Foods for failing to protect employees from the Corona virus at its slaughterhouse in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. That makes Smithfield the first major US meatpacker to face a fine After covert outbreaks infected thousands of workers this spring and caused meet shortages. OSHA wants to find Smithfield nearly 13.5 $1000 the maximum allowed, the Virginia based company says it will contest the citation and the fine. Nearly 1300 workers got sick of the Smithfield plant in Sioux Falls this past spring. Four of them died. Paris Hilton
Smithfield Foods pork plant faces OSHA fine from outbreak
"The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited pork producer Smithfield Foods in South Dakota for failing to protect workers from Corona virus exposure. OSHA's proposing a penalty of more than $13,000. That's the maximum allowed by law. The Sioux Falls plant was the site of a Corona virus outbreak In April, nearly 1300 workers contracted covert 19 and four employees there died.
"osha" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"OSHA businesses were burned down. People were locking their doors and their houses, putting kids in basements getting their hunting rifles out because they were scared for their life. Current White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says stories about President Trump's health or overblown. A new book raises questions about a trump visit to Walter Reed last fall. The CDC is stepping in to stop most evictions through the end of the year, believing people forced out of their homes could help spread the Corona virus. CBS's Steve Futterman, This is expected to help millions of renters across the nation, but that everyone will qualify to be eligible and individual must make less than $99,000 a year. For couples. It's less than $198,000 a year. The private firm ADP reports companies had it 428,000 jobs last month, 12 million have been lost since the start of the pandemic. The school nurse is a key part. Schools reopen in the pandemic, but some places there just are not enough on staff. CBS's doctor Tarantula spoke with nurse Notley Heinz California's averages one to about 2200 students and our district. It's about one to about 3700 students. So it's a big problem when we have 20 nurses serving 43,000 kids, September's here but that hasn't stopped the high summer heat in parts of the world. Best CBS News meteorologist Geoff Barrow, Delhi. Excessive heat watches already posted for many parts of California and the Southwest. We're expecting about 150 record high temperatures that will be in jeopardy there this week into the weekend and early next week as a very large heat dome builds across California. Ford says he's going to offer early retirement incentives to try to cut its white collar workforce by 1400. Wall Street right now, the Dow is.
Midnight Moment - burst 1
"Her. Hey Patriots. Pulse pardon hair with your midnight moment. It's just after midnight here in the Mall High. Command Center and the paper PRICES DOT COM studios. So let's get a rolling. So if you're listening right now, it's after midnight and in some parts of the country, it's a little after two am and you've got to be answering yourself what in the hell is the midnight moment what it's doing well, we're GonNa, use a midnight moment to provide quick quick updates of topics that are usually bugging the shit out of or that we have a particular Gigolo support for You know we're also going to provide some background and clarification on topics. We can't devote proper time to during the actual podcast itself and we're GONNA use this to respond to contact from our listeners like you. I I want to say thank you to all the followers that we've received since we launched the world. Premiere. The support has been outstanding. So welcomed, everybody all the Patriots from see shining see. Decided to follow and give us a listen. We received a lot of feedback the world premiere move just psychotically fast and hop topics really quickly, which in hindsight is completely true. Probably because we were severely over caffeinated but not the word that only happens all the time. So hence, the midnight moments segment that we're doing now A. Particular feedback about my opinion on mess and more importantly they. Have contacted me wanted to know why hold? The position that I do that cloth master complete bullshit and that. Even. The end ninety five and surgical masks being worn in public are of no help and I will be happy to explain that and we'll get into that just a second. So I want to make very clear here that I am not overall gist. Not a doctor I don't possess a medical degree. That said what I do have is I've taken in past Osha ten and thirty turning as it pertains to respirator guidelines. Now Couple things about that. Osha the occupational safety hazards administration like it or lump it. Is the foremost expert on protections for the workplace as it pertains to many things. A lot of people are saying, Oh, listen to the experts. Well, the problem is, is that the so-called experts also answered Osha that's right. The CDC. If they give their people, the wrong equipment and somebody at ends up getting sick. Guess what Osha Steps in, find his shit out of them. So that's something that you need to understand. So What we have here is a complete and total conflation and misunderstanding of what masks are and what they do. There's also a conflation and complete misunderstanding of nomenclature terminology as it pertains to. What respirators are for? So I, want to start by saying that there's a respirator for every job. and. To be very specific what you'll find out if you do your research and by all means, don't trust me look it up for yourself. And Ninety Five, mass nine, ninety, five masks are designed for contaminated environments. So they're supposed to protect you on the inhale, but the exhale is set completely out into the air. So if the Douche not standing you know. Close to you within ninety five mask actually has Kobe Nineteen, any hails. If he has it the virus, the airborne pathogen goes right through the mask and offers no protection. That's number one number two. Surgical masks are designed for sterile environment here the argument a lot. Well, why don't? Or why do medical professionals wear masks in a surgery room I mean, what are they aren't they trying to protect people from viruses new They're not surgical masks do not protect against viruses in any way shape or form. We'll get into that in a minute also when you put on a surgical mask and you walk outdoors all the particulate matter dust dirt excetera. Rendered those masks useless and a non sterile environment? Okay. So understand something and ninety five and surgical masks. Are designed for a specific purpose. Okay designed for specific purpose. Further, neither one of them actually are rated to stop airborne pathogens. Now that distinction is very, very important. That's very important distinction and one thing that you'll find is. Viruses, especially, with the airborne type are what's called sub-micron. Now, what does that me I'll try to describe this in a way that that is a visually acceptable to everybody involved. Okay. So let's just say that you're looking at a at. A soccer goal and the goal has a net on it. If you look at any mask close enough, you'll see the fibers somewhat connect that soccer net. Okay. Now if you throw a basketball at the soccer net. It's going to stop the basketball, right? So considered the basketball dust particle. It's going to stop it. If you throw soccer ball at its, it's going to stop that to. Throw a smaller soccer ball at it it'll stop that. It's A tennis ball at. Tennis balls probably going to get through. Gaul. At. It. Golf balls definitely interf-. Now throw a single bb or pellet. At that same net goes directly through. so by comparison, dust particles are even larger than the aforementioned basketball and a virus is even smaller than the BB. So, does that resonate with anybody? In order to actually protect yourself from an airborne pathogen like an airborne visit. You need actual containment in an independent agent supply. Let me back that up for just a second. I actually went today to have been one, thousand, nine, hundred tests I know I know funny. Mavin minor surgery Monday and I had to get the test. No big deal. So it was one of the drive up locations and. Gave my information. And the guy that comes over is actually wearing a full face shield helmet with an independent oxygen supply to do the nose swab. Basically, confirming everything I've just said I asked him I said excuse me Sir. Why are you wearing the helmet? And he said Oh requires the can protect myself from the virus. Now. That actually happened not twelve hours ago. So. Medical professionals know. The Truth and what I just said. Osha people are people that are Osha Ten thirty certified and had the training know too. Military members veterans who have trained with respirators in. Gas Masks. Know that there is a filter and a respirator for. Single situation. That brings me to cloth masks. If cloth masks work. And they stop aerosols again, all you're doing is stopping the for the basketball. In not stopping the BB. You can drive a matchbook car through highway tunnel, but you can't get A. Mack truck. Through a standard paper towel tube. It just doesn't work. There is no science. It's bullshit. Now. If you. WanNa wear a mask it. It's a placebo measure in you think it helps whatever floats your boat man. But I'd like to tell all the Cairns of the world. Who say? Oh, just wear the mask go fuck yourself. You, wear your mask. Let me do I WANNA do. You're not helping anything. You're not protecting anyone it's a myth. It's a placebo effect, and if you don't know what that term is placebo effect, look it up. It's a confidence measure for a test group when anyone trying to run an experiment, get the picture. That was your midnight moment Massar Bullshit where one if you want the lead me out of it. Enjoyed, your midnight moment for July Twenty, four, twenty, twenty. If you did be sure to give us a following get notified new releases subscriptions would be very appreciated. But know that you being here with us is enough for us. Sleep well I. Remember the Constitution is not a suggestion.
Midnight Moment - burst 1
"Patriots Paul Spartan here from the Midnight Patriots. So one of the. Feel about anchored now. When we started this insanity, we always tell people. The reason we do this is because insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny. We would have these conversations between ourselves the group chats. Throws, things like that. We thought, hey man, you know we should just record a podcast, but the more we looked the more expensive became. We Cross anger. Anger gives you all the tools you need to do this to make your voice heard and get your voice out there. You have an opinion you gotta use anchor everything from recording to editing to distribution that you'd be all the tools that you need. To allow you to record your podcast right for your phone or your computer. Anchor covers distribution by getting on Apple. spotify and many many others. I mean how you can make money right from your own podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need in one spot in one place simple and effect. Get yourself anchor make voice her. Hey Patriots. Pulse pardon hair with your midnight moment. It's just after midnight here in the Mall High. Command Center and the paper PRICES DOT COM studios. So let's get a rolling. So if you're listening right now, it's after midnight and in some parts of the country, it's a little after two am and you've got to be answering yourself what in the hell is the midnight moment what it's doing well, we're GonNa, use a midnight moment to provide quick quick updates of topics that are usually bugging the shit out of or that we have a particular Gigolo support for You know we're also going to provide some background and clarification on topics. We can't devote proper time to during the actual podcast itself and we're GONNA use this to respond to contact from our listeners like you. I I want to say thank you to all the followers that we've received since we launched the world. Premiere. The support has been outstanding. So welcomed, everybody all the Patriots from see shining see. Decided to follow and give us a listen. We received a lot of feedback the world premiere move just psychotically fast and hop topics really quickly, which in hindsight is completely true. Probably because we were severely over caffeinated but not the word that only happens all the time. So hence, the midnight moments segment that we're doing now A. Particular feedback about my opinion on mess and more importantly they. Have contacted me wanted to know why hold? The position that I do that cloth master complete bullshit and that. Even. The end ninety five and surgical masks being worn in public are of no help and I will be happy to explain that and we'll get into that just a second. So I want to make very clear here that I am not overall gist. Not a doctor I don't possess a medical degree. That said what I do have is I've taken in past Osha ten and thirty turning as it pertains to respirator guidelines. Now Couple things about that. Osha the occupational safety hazards administration like it or lump it. Is the foremost expert on protections for the workplace as it pertains to many things. A lot of people are saying, Oh, listen to the experts. Well, the problem is, is that the so-called experts also answered Osha that's right. The CDC. If they give their people, the wrong equipment and somebody at ends up getting sick. Guess what Osha Steps in, find his shit out of them. So that's something that you need to understand. So What we have here is a complete and total conflation and misunderstanding of what masks are and what they do. There's also a conflation and complete misunderstanding of nomenclature terminology as it pertains to. What respirators are for? So I, want to start by saying that there's a respirator for every job. and. To be very specific what you'll find out if you do your research and by all means, don't trust me look it up for yourself. And Ninety Five, mass nine, ninety, five masks are designed for contaminated environments. So they're supposed to protect you on the inhale, but the exhale is set completely out into the air. So if the Douche not standing you know. Close to you within ninety five mask actually has Kobe Nineteen, any hails. If he has it the virus, the airborne pathogen goes right through the mask and offers no protection. That's number one number two. Surgical masks are designed for sterile environment here the argument a lot. Well, why don't? Or why do medical professionals wear masks in a surgery room I mean, what are they aren't they trying to protect people from viruses new They're not surgical masks do not protect against viruses in any way shape or form. We'll get into that in a minute also when you put on a surgical mask and you walk outdoors all the particulate matter dust dirt excetera. Rendered those masks useless and a non sterile environment? Okay. So understand something and ninety five and surgical masks. Are designed for a specific purpose. Okay designed for specific purpose. Further, neither one of them actually are rated to stop airborne pathogens. Now that distinction is very, very important. That's very important distinction and one thing that you'll find is. Viruses, especially, with the airborne type are what's called sub-micron. Now, what does that me I'll try to describe this in a way that that is a visually acceptable to everybody involved. Okay. So let's just say that you're looking at a at. A soccer goal and the goal has a net on it. If you look at any mask close enough, you'll see the fibers somewhat connect that soccer net. Okay. Now if you throw a basketball at the soccer net. It's going to stop the basketball, right? So considered the basketball dust particle. It's going to stop it. If you throw soccer ball at its, it's going to stop that to. Throw a smaller soccer ball at it it'll stop that. It's A tennis ball at. Tennis balls probably going to get through. Gaul. At. It. Golf balls definitely interf-. Now throw a single bb or pellet. At that same net goes directly through. so by comparison, dust particles are even larger than the aforementioned basketball and a virus is even smaller than the BB. So, does that resonate with anybody? In order to actually protect yourself from an airborne pathogen like an airborne visit. You need actual containment in an independent agent supply. Let me back that up for just a second. I actually went today to have been one, thousand, nine, hundred tests I know I know funny. Mavin minor surgery Monday and I had to get the test. No big deal. So it was one of the drive up locations and. Gave my information. And the guy that comes over is actually wearing a full face shield helmet with an independent oxygen supply to do the nose swab. Basically, confirming everything I've just said I asked him I said excuse me Sir. Why are you wearing the helmet? And he said Oh requires the can protect myself from the virus. Now. That actually happened not twelve hours ago. So. Medical professionals know. The Truth and what I just said. Osha people are people that are Osha Ten thirty certified and had the training know too. Military members veterans who have trained with respirators in. Gas Masks. Know that there is a filter and a respirator for. Single situation. That brings me to cloth masks. If cloth masks work. And they stop aerosols again, all you're doing is stopping the for the basketball. In not stopping the BB. You can drive a matchbook car through highway tunnel, but you can't get A. Mack truck. Through a standard paper towel tube. It just doesn't work. There is no science. It's bullshit. Now. If you. WanNa wear a mask it. It's a placebo measure in you think it helps whatever floats your boat man. But I'd like to tell all the Cairns of the world. Who say? Oh, just wear the mask go fuck yourself. You, wear your mask. Let me do I WANNA do. You're not helping anything. You're not protecting anyone it's a myth. It's a placebo effect, and if you don't know what that term is placebo effect, look it up. It's a confidence measure for a test group when anyone trying to run an experiment, get the picture. That was your midnight moment Massar Bullshit where one if you want the lead me out of it. Enjoyed, your midnight moment for July Twenty, four, twenty, twenty. If you did be sure to give us a following get notified new releases subscriptions would be very appreciated. But know that you being here with us is enough for us. Sleep well I. Remember the Constitution is not a suggestion.
World Premier Episode - burst 01
"Patriots Pau. Spartan here from the Midnight Patriots. So, one of the. Feel about anchored now. When we started this insanity, we always tell people. The reason we do this is because insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny. We would have these conversations between ourselves the group chats. Throws and things like that. We thought, Hey, man, you know we should just record a podcast but the more we looked the more expensive became. Get Cross anger. Anger gives you all the tools you need to do this to make your voice heard and get your voice out there. You have an opinion you gotta use anchor everything from recording to editing to distribution that you'd be all the tools that you need. To allow you to record your podcast right for your phone or your computer. Anchor covers distribution by getting on Apple. spotify and many many others I mean how you can make money right from your own podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need in one spot in one place simple and effective. So. Get yourself anchor make voice her. Hello America. And welcome to the midnight. Patriots involves Spartan and I am flanked by Phoenix, Drip Dick, and mark. We are the midnight patriots and you may be asking yourselves why in the hell are we doing this? Well, got to be honest with you. Everybody has insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny that and we have day jobs. So we're GONNA talk in the series about the Constitution the bill of rights politics national current events. WE'RE GONNA call out here anyway guardless of the perceive political flavor using these standards of information logic and a passion for liberty. So that being said, I wanted to read something here real quick on our maiden voyage as sort of a sort of a way to set the standard. This this passage I'm about to read was actually written by. Thomas Paine one of our founders and framers, and regardless of how you see this man and the values that he possessed in that day that this was written this was written about seven months after the excuse me five months after the declaration of independence. So this is a this is a passage from December twenty, third, seventeen, seventy, six many of you have heard the the the line of this but I'm to go a little bit deeper into it, and hopefully this'll give the show some sort of context and and we hope we can earn your support as as time goes on. So this is from December twenty, third seventeen, seventy, six when the When the Revolutionary War was still going on and it says says as follows. These are the Times that try men's souls. Summer soldier in the Sun signed gatriways will in this crisis shrink from the service of their country. But he that stands by it now deserves the love and the thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, there's not easily conquered. Yet, we have this consolation with us at the heart of the conflict, the more glorious triumphs. What we obtained too cheap. We assume too lightly. It is dearness only that gives every thing. It's value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price on its goods. And it would be strange indeed if so celestial and article as freedom. Should not be highly rated. So those are the kind of the words that I could keep in mind as we go through this in every man here every person associated with this show would definitely be on the flag to make sure that the stretch stay read. So we're GONNA open up tonight and we're going to kind of open up the insanity that we've been seeing around our country regarding corona virus covid nineteen. Now everybody fever mind that none of us are medical professionals and our virologist by any stretch of the imagination where relating experiences and questions nothing that we say should be taken as any sort of diagnostic approach or any sort of Expert opinion. That said yours truly your host here Paul Spartan well, actually come at this from a perspective of being Osha certified in matters of respirators and and breathing protection. the rest of US come at this from from our own particular viewpoints and speculations. So let's just get started off So boys, we got we have. Governors California and Texas walking. Act Actual reopenings and we've got quote unquote more and indecisive confirmations, Cova, spreading but for but amazingly somehow in New York, they're reporting any new deaths or anybody WANNA start with an opinion on that. Honestly. You know I mean there's been some conversation prior to. Between myself and the other members. That's. Something is pulling the strings somewhere. Other than CDC, a hospital staff, surgeon, general things of that nature. Quite honestly, you know whatever it was whatever stream you Asian that recently came out that. Took a Italy Area. Jersey Pennsylvania. Great. Has stated sure. But why is it only California Texas? That more back that we know of your again to the states in the continental United States. Voting populace in those states. So my question now. WHO formed strings? Think. That's the overarching point here is that you know in in my experience not to get too nerdy and go too far down the rabbit hole but the same government that's telling us you know to be afraid and take particular actions like wearing cloth masks. Are the same ones that are telling us that the cloth masks don't work. I can tell you from from Osha Training and ocean certification that airborne pathogens particularly viruses. Are listed in the sub micron rage. Now that sounds that sounds really really you know interesting or maybe even boring but something that has to be realized is that when something is a sub micron particle. It passes right through the we've of a mask. Require its own moisture source. Now. Obviously state standard state standards vary but in the train I've received anything in the sub micron range requires a A. A SELF CONTAINED OXYGEN SOURCE With the use of a mask in that in that particular bio suit I mean if you WanNa, take a look and you think you're safe by wearing a cloth mask look at whatever rally just wears in a lab. When he's working with this type of contagion, it isn't a cloth masks. He wears a moon suit with a separate oxygen supply I mean there seems to be my perception is that the same people that are that are trying to Promote the panic are the ones trying to peddle a secure and make trillions and any thoughts on John? I think they're actually. No I. Think There's definitely you know financial motivation behind. This whether it's big whether it's by hospitals by a parent companies own hospitals. I mean. There's definitely something I think that financially pushes everything I mean between them getting you know a nice. paycheck at for each person, they list with Kobe or each person that unfortunately passes. listed. With Kovin. You, know they get a Giant financial. Yes if you will. Of money which I think pushes ally of these. Claims of more cases rising I mean like we. Previously is if you talk about the fact that of you know there's people around that work in the profession that there are things have been going around that they've sent. You know unused test the places. And they've come back positive when they haven't been used. But who who? Who who is the guy over in Africa, that tested a tested a fruit and a goat. And they both came back. Positive. Does anybody remember that news But you already your point but more to your point I believe the last figure I heard to. Last year I heard from the federal government was somewhere in the area of fifty to eighty five thousand dollars total for the treatment, and if the the particular person passes, the patient passes they get more. Does anybody have any information to dispute that because I think that was the last count that I heard. Be last information that I have. At, least. It's nineteen thousand dollars for a diagnosed case. Thirty eight thousand dollars if they are required hospital say and it goes up exponentially require respirator ICU care. They stay longer than hot. You're in you're out you're gone. So that being said. We all know that it'll supposedly. This bill. Gates himself and his research company. Or the ones that. Found viruses no did all the. Problems. I'm looking for here research. But. My question is if they did all the research, why did they come up with as well or have they? That's a question I posed to you folks. Well, I know they re you know they actually waiting to get ten thousand dollars plus from insurance companies and the federal government per dose mean. There's an argument to be made there. I mean, the guy is not a doctor nor is he of Arale just he just wants to make a make a killing on the here. Now that by the way is not an argument for any sort of socialized medicine. It's an absolute. It's an absolute disgusting power-hungry move at the cost of well forget about just American lives. What about globally, what have what is a million people in the ground now lifted discovered related At least one point three. If I remember correctly I could be wrong. Well, I got the second portion. Really a big to ask now is Bill Gates can't keep a bug out of his own computers what you're GONNA do with the world. Exactly number one key couldn't build a computer didn't crash three times a day for no reason. So why would we trust him with with people's lives? You know I mean he would. There was a there was a tit for tat went back and forth on social media several several years ago when he was still a once he was the kingpin of Microsoft. And he had mentioned something like You know if the auto industry had made many advances in the computer industry over the last twenty years, we'd all be driving cars that got a thousand miles to the gallon and went from zero to one hundred and two seconds to which I believe. It was the CEO at the time of Ford replied. Well. Yeah. But then the cars would crash twice a day for no reason. So. I mean you. Good Cryptic. I was GonNa say, well, then you you look at Osso. When you're talking about these numbers, go into hospitals. How many hospitals or possibly owned by the same parent company that owns the farms that the big farms that are gonna sit there and. Produce this vaccine all the sudden. Or? Not to say that they don't already have it and are just. Still waiting. I mean I know there's always testing and they have to get FDA approval and God knows what else but I mean, what's to say? that. They're not. You know getting twice the paychecks. On. Both things. Oh. Yeah. There's there's no doubt they're doubling down does absolutely no doubt doubling down your that said the other the other things that I've noticed here I don't know if everybody's been keeping up like I have. There's a Lotta unconstitutional shift happening. Okay. And I mean. Just heard I. Heard I. Heard Mark Heard Mark Giggling that that's fine because. The little that they'll get into that in a little bit but also just I wanna take a moment mark You serve this country with honor and distinction for several years in that in the military and I got to thank you for that Phoenix. You did as well and I got to say thank you for that. You protected my right to become a fat video playing hotdog eating copy guzzling douchebag that you see before you now and some of US servicemen appreciate that and Thank you. Appreciate. Bill. Hey they already did. They're called the IRS and believe me they're up my don't shit. I don't know where they I don't know where I ended maybe. It's not. So we've got measured we've got measures being proposed in in in multiple stages. Here is all the way from you know putting additional taxes on firearms to ammunition and then requiring a federal license. To purchase either. we've got the state of California. Who is you know? Well, let's just be honest they're doing what California does. It essentially eliminated their own their own Anti discrimination laws I don't know how that happened Where the hell does anybody see an end game here other than complete and total? Marxist. Shithole. That's where these lefties and I'm not GONNA say Liberals. Anymore. He's people are leftist-marxist pigs and by the way if any of you listening fuck off, don't ever come back. None of us here at. Fourth Yeah. This year at the Midnight Patriots give a flying fuck what you We don't have time to answer your e mails and believe me you're better off just turning off because if you heard that your heads probably. And I don't WanNa hear about it. Okay. You be somewhere else. All right. Man Okay. So we've got all this massive gun control legislation which I'm assuming. That this is going to veto once it hits his desk, roll it into something else and he doesn't see it. I mean. Does anybody else you positive outcome here other than
"osha" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
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"osha" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Procedures performing in a lot of cases are just by nature of what you know what you're doing in the person's mouth is creating you know it's it's air sizing blood. Spit SALIVA SPUTUM ELBOWS. Those different things potentially on wearing that face shield hopefully will prevent. Masha of you know that ninety five from getting soiled but if if you do that that's been soiled in any way during the procedure that you're performing if probably a good idea to replace that respirator. If you don't know than you can probably use. It gets your certain that you didn't you know that your face shield protected you from you know incidentals spider than yeah you probably can reuse it but again when you do you always want avoid touching inside the at ninety five at all cost you know if you have gloves on it maybe you can get away with it a little bit more but try and avoid touching inside the respirator and then yeah. I mean it's you'll just have to kind of use your better judge your best judgment determine whether it's GonNa be reusable or not and there's some studies out there to to sanitize them right using the oven or vaporize H. Two O. Two or even even steaming it to be able to do it. I think my my final statement I guess more for the DSM members right. I know that we put this together. One is to provide you information about how to properly fit this. What's expected where the rules are on? Osha I know many people wanted to know. Are there alternatives to ninety? Five's that's GonNa that's GonNa make you just safe and the answer. Is You know with with him? H D or with Osha guidelines general. It's only four and fives. And that's the only advice could be given a specific around and a vice everything else like. We keep saying the word macgyver really. It's it's were everyone's input in a situation to kind of make do with what's available so having a a it sounds like having a level With the with the mask although there is what they would face frame although it may not be an anti to five and it may not require fit test you. There's really no answer whether or not it's good or bad. You know legally right well we can say but it's like the overall whelming advice is better than nothing and it's actually what we have right and and I just want to make that clear right for those. Were looking to the seminar to find out. Is there an alternative for ninety five with the with the what we have in front of us? The answer is no right we have to abide by what the issue guidelines require and but I think everyone is doing a good job with with commit with creative ways to protect themselves. Yeah and ultimately..
"osha" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Much longer durations. They look we're they're you know they're not the most comfortable things but it'll you'll be in a much better position trying to get people or these iveson and the stat not being there so again you know but yeah. The last. raiders You know some dental offices are using knows I was at a dentist. Pennsylvania a few weeks ago who had gotten his hands on a six Alaska America. Respirators you know. I don't know where they got him from. We tested them. They worked well in an ideal world. I would definitely recommend that. You don't know what we're talking about. It is similar to that Inva- mask I don't know if you can see my screen but that is a picture of a three M has asked me Elastomer respirator with what they call. P. One hundred cartridges which are Similar to in Ninety Five Bayer Part Particle filtering Cartridges and so bad would be inappropriate respirator to wear during aerosol generating procedures awesome. Okay a narrow filters are replaceable. Just like the window and they allowed their shelf. Ledges typically much longer do yeah years as opposed maybe two or three years from the ninety five so using that electrostatic charge. Also that's why ninety five you might see on. The boxes has expiration date. That's why so Dan or Kirsten the the written respiratory protection program the the first part of the the the Osha Compliance Protection Program Do you have a copy of that on your website or do you help us draft that or is that something that we could do ourselves based on a template somewhere Yes so we can certainly help you. Draft one There are a number of templates available in various places on the Internet One that I found recently. Actually that is pretty good and probably easily adaptable multi. Dental practices is On the Minnesota or show website. They have one that is designed for medical clinics. And so it. It's already geared towards in ninety five and it's it's downloadable as a word document that you can just enter in your information in So you can definitely diy macgyver. It yourself And but it but if you'd like some assistance with it That is certainly Some consulting service that we can offer for the people that are audio only I just WanNa go over their contact information. Md M M. HD's contact information it's M. HD health dot COM You can call them at eight hundred three three one three two one eight or you can email them. At Info at 'EM HD HEALTH DOT COM. That doesn't mean we're over here. Michael D have anything else that that You feel is pressing. The hasn't been answered yet. Yeah at least two last questions or one question that one statement so with the enemy. Fives is it recommended to Osha guidelines to have to basically change them out with every patient or can you wear one for the entire day so under normal circumstances in ninety five. Is a single use respirator right? So unfortunately we're not again about the million but I feel like a broken record by in a you know we're in a situation. There's no stock of in nearby so we do have to make sure that they last as long as possible. Basically others a few things so when you take your respirator off you want on a I make sure you take gloves off. Wash your hands but new gloves on than over the respirator. If you think has been soil in any way so if you think you know unfortunately you know the dental profession. You guys are right up in the person's basically right in their breathing zone and then not only the instruments that you're using tools that you're using but also the.
"osha" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"It. I we couldn't find any said if we I don't know who even bribed to be able to get on but we wouldn't be able to even if we could so that being said the Cam Ninety five that's I guess personality. Kinda take that one you know. It's all those things Because it it is technically and ninety five arrest greater so just a few things on that first off Fda has they had originally made a list of a bunch of Cayenne ninety five that they were authorizing and they have removed the authorization for quite a number of those because they were found to be Not Meeting the standards so There is a document on the FDA website for authorized K. And Ninety five respirators. Please if you are going to purchase some consult that list before purchase so the make sure that you're getting something that is actually going to provide you protection And secondly as far as Osha is concerned if it is a respirator which Akina Ninety five is if you are requiring your employees to wear it or they're required because of A state law or something that says that they have to wear during certain activities in You you should be following all of the components of the Osa Respiratory Protection Program Treated just as if it isn't in ninety five Do that medical evaluation because any anytime. You're restricting The ability for people to breathe. It can cause neo some medical complications. Like say if somebody has severe asthma they may not be able to wear Either an ninety five or a K. And Ninety five for long durations definitely important to look at that for the health of your your staff also a couple of quick other things so last week in Seattle Washington observance to the airport. I not the Safeway. There was a woman with what was clearly a K and ninety five. They're very easy to spot..
"osha" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Offices. I'm if you have front office staff that maybe aren't going to be interacting. Or they contain social distancing so they maintain a six foot distance between themselves. In your patients A surgical masks might be an option for that person for like an industrial for. Excuse me for You know a dentist or a hygienist or dental assistant Surgical masks really isn't going to provide a ton of protection for you Now one other thing that we've seen a lot of at our K Ninety Five K and ninety five it's similar on ninety five but it's not. Niassa approved because it a and ninety five is. I'm a Chinese certification on sold Come from China. It is similar The Standard But you know they're just not approved by Vinai so Right now Osha has said that you can wear in Cayenne ninety five But once trump viruses either past or once we go back to more of a normal situation. canine five. It's GonNa be real unlikely that those are going to be approved for use in any workplace in the. Us main reason for that is again. They haven't gone through the process but then a lot of them have basically instead of the straps. Go around the head around via years and then polar basically pulled a mask on your face quite as tightly so one other piece of that You know the basically wearing a ninety five on his doing a fit tops. so a typically something that's required annually for anybody again. Who Wears a respirator? So you so basically how the standard is written and how the guidance has been you know. Basically handed down is. If you've never had a real freighter fitness. You have to have it to us so a kind of some people are getting a little confused by that and I think it's mostly because of how it was written.
"osha" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"OSHA he says glamour salon isn't the only business OSHA is tracking whatever sell it there's not go find that on the internet before they banned that but there's a whole list of things that she did during and the head of the lock down to prepare to open and during that time child services went to our house shop law enforcement went to her business now again we need to put this into perspective this is not somebody that's doing anything illegal it's someone who's doing something that the governor said don't do twenty minutes away there's a salon that's open because it's a different county so when did this happen when did all millions of Americans say okay the legislative branch of our government legislates they make the laws unless there's a Chinese flu that shows up then anybody and everybody make the laws and the regulations the mayor that they share a whoever this is the confusion but I just don't think we should be targeting somebody and I want to point out it and you obviously you could see it but she and all her workers they all had mass gone the the salon was pristine it was spotless she's got extra you know everything sanitizer they're doing extra cleaning their staggering the appointment so there's not an overlap of germs so they can clean the the men and women that work in this country are doing everything they're supposed to do to fight this pandemic because they want to get back to work so sometimes the Democrats paint this picture like what are you doing these people are out killing people no they're not they're not but I just think we as an American people we surrendered our rights because we got scared with the death count and that's understandable it's understandable when you see maps and giant sections of the map has this giant spread it's like in some horror movie and then your local news says so many people died so many people died so many people died I understand that but in the commonsensical world where I'm out on the trail almost every day either walking or on a bike and I'm seeing people walking their dogs and I'm passing people working in construction it's not what you're being told so if you do venture out you want to wear a mask wearing mask but then keep in mind there are several studies out that say wearing a mask makes infection worse is specially if you have it so what do you believe I I mean it's obvious we can't believe what the states are telling us they've been caught in too many lines and I'm just not talking politics I'm just talking how many more states are going to revise their numbers and how many more people are gonna show up and say all right you're only supposed to have a Levin people in here there's thirteen we're going to have to shut you down but after we shut you down we will try to get you dependent on a government stipend so by the end of the summer you'll be so desperate you'll be begging for government cheese I know that's a bit of an exaggeration but people have been around a little bit if you're over fifty year over sixty and many other people have all ages I'm just saying if you've been through enough decades of watching the government get Americans addicted to free stuff and you are one of the millions of hard working people that listen to Rush Limbaugh you see the pattern here create a problem Rick this solution more people dependent so dependent that when they go to the voting booth they're no longer thinking who will do the best job as the leader or the representative they're thinking well if I vote for this guy or this woman I might get some more money to sit at home this is the Rush Limbaugh show we'll be right back you're listening to the EIB network.
"osha" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Long list of things the OSHA family medical leave more broadly interpreted as free testing infrastructure clean water community health centers internet broadband coverage it has to have mobility we need money for the postal service is on the list goes on and on yeah it does because you love them Drago yeah I mean it's it's quite a list no on there already and they already realize that this is a health crisis so the obvious solution was to send twenty five million dollars to the Kennedy center so that'll and then all that's taken care of we know we authors who she is or you know who she is tasked with overseeing the funding of the corona virus funds known because my overall response from the region eight in the house talking to the president the controls it is gonna be James Clyburn all swelled yeah the member what he said last week yes is is this was it was would be a great opportunity to implement our agenda yeah that's what this is all about I mean that's a look just to be clear falls when the president says the word hope she's referring to this kind of manipulation of all of the public dialogue I am not referring to Chuck would occur I want to know if he's not there's nothing leave another voice the folksy about yeah there's a lot of folks see about I'm very folksy guy but not a hoax you guys yeah not even a joke you guys are in our culture shock how does it look from up there on the front porch forum okay born if you've got time sure you won't get a call me today we will have a star listen it's time to move all around you is a service of Tripoli eating there was a report of a broken down vehicle right lane bay bridge will check on that that right after the toll plaza area eastbound just looking at a report on the capital beltway some road work is underway whites on there now I have no idea what's on the interleukin root for in prince George's county it's blocking two of the left hand lanes on the interlocutor for the traffic coming down from Central Avenue in through that area on the interleukin prince George's county injury accident now southern Anna Rundle county route to add mill swamp road Mike Ewing from Tripoli heating and air has some great news it's their brand new online estimator tools on their new website in just five minutes drive an estimate on the cost of an H. fax system for your home it's right there Tripoli H. fact dot com my trip would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS thanks talk sixty eight degrees for the high today just a beautiful day ahead of us all right now Pikesville has fifty SX fifty four downtown Baltimore it's fifty three right now on talk radio six eighty W. CBM color sixty seconds right now yes it's time once again to see who comes out of the clown car Jim white professional hypnotist four one oh six six one one one one one over.
"osha" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Law under OSHA and rules for working under abnormally dangerous conditions under the NLRA professor of labor and employment relations at the university of Illinois Michael Royce says the case law is not good for employees don't lose all of these cases but they I found that they lost most of these cases in courts essentially said if if you are in an already dangerous occupation like coal mining that kind of goes with the territory the study cases of utility workers being put in dangerous situations after nine eleven the rice says there could be an evolution of case law as being a grocery worker is now considered dangerous but another way courts could look at this is to say everybody in our society is significantly exposed to this dangerous risk to many workers have been furloughed without sixty day notice are probably out of luck because of the unforeseen business circumstance exception workers are eligible for unemployment and those who get ill on the job will have workers compensation claims Margie Shafer KCBS despite having to lay up several employees and about a restaurant is donating hundreds of hot meals each week the seniors in that community KCBS jumper shop reports volunteers have been distributing them door to door during the firestorms gearing galleys trattoria donated meals to first responders now amid the worsening corona virus pandemic executive chef Todd Davies said it was imperative they help again we sat down that that group of us and said what can we do for the community somebody was already feeding doctors and nurses at hospitals and we said where are what group is most at need here and we decided that we were going to find a group of senior citizens on Monday volunteers deliver two hundred hot entrees to residents of the Los replace mobile home park in Nevada more meal deliveries are planned all of this despite the fact that gear in galleys and two sister restaurants were forced to lay off many workers we just feel it's important to even and even though we've been hit hard it is very important to get back in the North Bay Jeffrey Schaub KCBS if you've been enjoying an extra beer or glass of wine as of late you are not alone recorded backtrack services your company who makes smartphone connected breath analyzer devices bay area alcohol consumption is up forty two percent since shelter in place orders went into effect for more KCBS news anchor Dan Mitchinson spoke with Keith not occur backtrack founder and CEO cell before quarantine and after quarantine it appears we're drinking a little bit more why don't you start with telling us how this device works and how you were able to find this out sure backtrack makes smartphone connected what alcohol testers so just a portable device that anybody can use themselves to test on alcohol level we looked at anonymous data before and after the shelter in place order and we saw this dramatic change in people's alcohol consumption N. how do we compare two or are you able to compare to other cities or counties S. or states yes we are quite Xing this data right now I actually just looked at San Diego and we saw a similar trend in San Diego once they were at the shelter in place order that impacted them so it seems to be that we're gonna see across the country drinking habits are shifting to what were historically lower drinking days Sunday Monday Tuesday now we're seeing higher B. AC results blood alcohol content results in those days and we saw as a very dramatic decline in average the ABC news on Friday time for your financial news let's go out now to Joe Doniger about a point though tell people yeah that's.
"osha" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Fossen other contaminants called OSHA at eight ten six three to two thousand start loving your water watching Charlie Jacobs of the allowable group twenty four hour traffic center Tennessee Walker EE EE jadis radioactive and the accu weather forecast life in the in the Florida thirty five across the board here and the temperatures that I'm seeing at the reporting stations here start to see again those showers and maybe some of rain mixed with some snow or snow showers mixed with some rain throughout the area especially right now north and west of the city I think they'll be a few of those showers mix with some snow the rest of the morning to about lunch time and then I think we kind of dry altimeters work their way up through the thirties into the forties this afternoon a high of forty seven this evening around six or seven o'clock and then it gets chillier overnight again down the thirties but tomorrow a breeze takes us into the milder mid upper fifties despite mainly cloudy skies be ready for some rain tomorrow night temperatures down the thirty east windy and chilly feeling on front of a group feels not good now the twenties and thirties with a blustery wind gusts of forty miles per hour still chilly Saturday once a a storm that could pass by just to our south so that shifts a little north we may bring some precip into the forecasts but then sunny chilly low forties on Sunday thirty five right now going up into the upper forties eventually by this evening accu weather meteorologist E. devore WWJ newsradio nine fifty all right we've got you covered with traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids for right here on newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. live and local in all cities in between newsradio nine fifty WWJ news time nine eleven a millage renewal for the Detroit institute of arts approved by voters in Wayne Oakland and Macomb counties in Oakland county Bloomfield township residents have approved a millage renewal to fund police and fire operations township leaders had said several officers would've been laid off if the religion failed in Birmingham voters said yes to a one hundred ninety five million dollar bond issue for school equipment improvements school bond proposals in Clarkston Farmington Ferndale and Pontiac rolled approved in Macomb county public safety millage in center line has been okay anyway county voters an ecourse approved a proposal to allow marijuana businesses in the city Greg Bowman WWJ newsradio nine fifty Clinton township voters said no to allowing marijuana businesses in their community the proposal was defeated fifty two to forty seven percent on yesterday's primary ballot the no vote was countered the Clinton township support of this statewide legalization vote in twenty eight team WWJ news time at nine twelve fatal accident on a motorcycle overnight a motorcyclist dead after an early morning crash in Lenawee county state police say fifty one year old Paul bishop of Onstad lost control of his motorcycle about one o'clock this morning on devils lake highway the motorcycle hit a berm and flipped bishop was thrown from the bike and was dead at the scene when I check in with Tony two years ago look at sports that's coming up next to W. WGN's five times cash word is this month's five dollars instant game from the Michigan lottery is a W. W. JT is radio dot com click on contests and register to win the lucky office of the month contest for your workplace if your name is chosen as a winner you will win batch of Michigan lottery five times cash were instant game tickets for you and your co workers multiply your prize up to five times a day with up to three hundred thousand dollars instantly register to win now at W. W. J. news radio dot com Michigan lottery instant games a little play can make your day let's say you just bought a house the bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn ask if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance.
"osha" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The trailer yes so getting up there to clear it offices pretty daunting task you know the I mean it trying to get out there is really hard the thing that that if people don't understand is OSHA has requirements on top of that so yeah in order to find the not clear your response but it's a much larger fine is an ocean inspect their catches you thirteen foot six inches off the ground trying to clear snow off which is even worse is so it's really a catch twenty two for a truck driver out here you know I mean if the stars light and fluffy you're going to chance it you're gonna hope like heck but it just blows off when you're good to go if the snow's real heavy and that's the problem you're going to do all you can to clear at all are you took are you a truck driver I am absolutely Sir you're you're telling me that most of the major companies and we we both know the top ten major trucking companies sure they don't have a location in several locations in every state where their trucks to be driven and then access snow on top of the of the truck can be squeegee door off just to use the word so all in all honesty no matter what you do you can never get a hundred percent of the snow off the research out if this doesn't happen I can tell you that I once I have worked for the world's largest retailer for you know over ten years and they they actually have a squeegee type machine it's a snow plow in the air the clean just not their trucks so they do do their due diligence if there were ever sued because something hit your vehicle they would be able to pull video and say that we did all we could do we drove back truck under that squeegee and that's the best that they could possibly do so you know they they do attempt you know there's an attempt made but nothing is foolproof nothing works a hundred percent and you know if they're private you they're all at private locations they're not a public locations so trucks read most truck drivers don't go to a location every day most your truck drivers are on the call over the road drivers so these guys you know sleep in their truck in a rest area on the side of the road or parking lot somewhere else they have no opportunity for that when they wake up when there's eighteen inches of snow on the roof where can they go to get it taken care of the kids pulling somebody's private lot and ask them to use their scraper you know unfortunately that's the reality that that hits out here you know I eight it would be great if the states would get involved in port that's great for it you know a border crossing a lot of the rest areas or the way stations but for some reason they just don't seem to think it's important enough I would think it would be well first of all there is some states the catch more snow then we do so I would think for the safety of the driving public they would make available a a I'm trying to think of a guaranteed overnight delivery place for those trucks to go it would be wonderful if they did you know ironically right up there a lot to say Sam a lot more so than us I don't need to take up so much time but believe it or not the only places that I know of that I can remember my twenty six years of driving ever having an issue with snow on roofs and law enforcement are the state of New Hampshire and the state of Maine I've never heard of another job or getting a violation in any other state other than those two states okay maybe something the legislature can more current yeah you're right exactly even if the state would put up a location or a unit at each you know border crossing for drivers to be of the drive through even if they charge to see if there's not a driver out here that would like to get the roof clear there's no driver out here that once when they enter the public I can guarantee you that and when we come to the end of our conversation thank you Morgan have a wonderful day and you know what I want you to enjoy your holiday and he will look at the time Wayne I will get to you I promise I will make sure that I save turn for you I have speaking of time time and temperature here at W. B. C. four forty four thirty five degrees hi John right now the mind may June talking WBZ news radio ten thirty well Jason I've got to tell you you're pretty much everything this company is looking for in an entry level candidate create your resume isn't quite what we're used to but you've got a fantastic work ethic thank you and I'm impressed by how you carry yourself so should we talk about the job what the job oh sorry yeah I have no way of recruiting or even meeting you this interview can happen it may sound ridiculous and that's because it kind of is there's a huge pool of talent your company's missing out on meet the grads of life who are they talent worth knowing about young adults of unique to termination and experience.
"osha" Discussed on KOMO
"Locally celebrated and nationally created this is from the north west the southeast Americans Conradi OSHA has a total will feature it on air online on mobile or on small speaker this is our auto expert I'm has think while sitting in the co host to see today John Vincent from US news and World Report is our guest and we have the privilege of Matt slows the joining us on the phone from Acura to talk a little bit about the vehicles that were on display at this year's LA Auto Show now it's the first time that Acura's typist concept car has graced the floor of an auto show what was the reaction from the journalists and public Matt when they got to see touch smell and feel the car for the first time well you know I think styling is what everyone reacts to initiate contest and we couldn't have been more thrilled with the reaction the the type of concept that long it's slow it's wide screens performance and I think people are really excited to see actor back in the performance vehicle can you have a bit of a reputation for bringing vehicles out the concepts and then the final car is almost every screw is identical there's usually a few things on this concepts that don't legally make it into production but pretty close to production so how close is the type S. concept to the production vehicle really this is a styling exercise this post the step the design direction for the turn of the tide best performance variants the line up for the coming years and we're bringing back actually to talk that's performance variants start to the line up it's been around ten years since actor has had true performance variants so it's been a while but what we're saying is that the type of concept just the design direction will heavily influenced the character of the upcoming next generation Acura TLX so you'll see this design happily influences the next generation the TLX I I can promise you we will bring door handles back but we just we really just want to see the concept come to the road yes like it is can do that for us please math I will put in a good word the note in all seriousness what what what what what I can tell you is that the stance of the cars look really double blind I think styling and and when you see a car you like I think what you're reacting to the overall proportions and the stance and in terms of the car having a long past axle weight ratio being very low very wide that character it is what we want to a fuse into production cars we'll ones because they look like they should be in some kind of movie some kind of sort of futuristic movie and I think this definitely looks like it one of the directions that you guys to start to take this car is no exception is he started to do some pretty cool paint treatments on your vehicles that's right yeah we put a basically ninety nine percent of the cars we make and sell our CD nine occurs in the cars we sell in North America actually made in Ohio central Ohio and we actually have a new people disability installed recently and every new minor model change a major change for introducing a number of new poll last name changed that that really make the car stand out the first thing you see on the cars the penny and it has a dramatic impact so we're really proud of the steps toward we've made there if you did a two two K. color code is what we call it which give the car very rich low it gets a little lady the car looks different in different light settings any added something that really make the car stand up so the other car that was actually debuted at the LA Auto Show was a version of your bestselling luxury three row SUV the MDX and you you gave that a bit of a treatment to did you we did so when we introduced the and after the intersection for her second generation NSX supercar cued up to sixteen all right right the getting a quick break when we come back.
"osha" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"About you can buy like a big machine sterilizer water for the whole office and other people will have that lie. Just gonNA use news of bottles sterile bottled water in each opera Tori. Which one do you ever? I like the combination of the two. I like to see that water filtration system I think has those those are great units out there. I do still on occasion. Because they're not one hundred percent they'll tell you the ninety nine point something percent on occasion. I will see offices primarily primarily due lack of proper maintenance where they will have failed waterlines workout waterlines. We're talking about your hands Water your ultrasonic scaler lines that may fail L. Even with those water filtrations. It's rare but on occasion does happen so that in combination with a straw or talyor liquid in the bottle. I think give you an overall comprehensive program. That's GonNa make sure that the water that you're using the water you're being exposed to a stage and monitoring testing testing testing And I want to say something about. Hr where we really listeners closer because this really profound advice But it might. I take a lot of years or you know you always hire dental assistance. Because they have five ten years experience can make the best anterior single temporary. But they have no organizational skills and I look at your sundries bills and it's like four percent this month. Eight percent next month six percent. I'm like do your your supply. Bill variants one hundred percent. Well she's a great artist. She has no organizational skills. I see that the front to where you hired did this girl because she had five years experience and a dental office all the codes but that I go okay well that office you are in Denmark's for five years. I'm just curious. This does districts have five reports fifty five hundred. I mean reports are denture ix and she has no idea I mean okay so you sat on a program program for five years and you have no idea anything about it. You know you just you drink so then I started saying okay looking back thirty thirty two years the best front office people ever got were from chase bank or from bookkeepers. You know The best employees ever got were bookkeepers. 'cause they're organized is and I can hire if if I go to hire a bookkeeper in Arizona. They'RE GONNA ask for like twelve to fifteen bucks an hour I do. I go hire a dental assistant. They were twenty dollars an hour. Twenty dollar an hour dental assistant. You couldn't teach her accounting if you put a gun to your head in her head and there's an your supply those bills all but I can take a bookkeeper teacher the art of dentistry real quick. And she's trainable. I can't teach her that. You can't teach organizational skills to some people. They're not wired that way. And on this thing I mean I mean Osha to me I hate to say this. I hate to say it to the lady but the first thing he starts thinking about your dental assistant have an organizational skills is that your supply costs are four to four and a half percent every every single month. You know money. Money is answering the question and then when you say that the the water lines should be tested. Every quarter eighty percent of the dental assistant in America America couldn't even create a system to remind themselves to do something four times a year artist. They're they're they're artists and may times. They're the ones who are saddled with that responsibility. lossing infection control compliance Osha compliance. So I think what every business owner needs to think about every every dentists listening in this call. Is We have the right person for that job doing many times just by default. It's the newest person or It's sometimes it's the person person received the lowest salary in the office. That's getting these huge responsibilities and I think we really need to evaluate. This isn't good for this person. If if my job my license my reputation mutation on the line do I have the right person. That's GONNA keep my name off the six o'clock news in charge of this do you know who's the lowest paid person in my office. The smartest person we pay the dumbest people twice as much because we know they have to work twice as hard. That's a joke at Ah dumbest people twice as much choice on a lot of times. They are interviewing someone. They think they need a quarterback or running back and they needed dental sisson. Jason and what they need is is in this particular case. If you've got four dental assisting someone's gotta be organized so you can have three that can crush an anterior single angle to temporary. Okay I got you that. And maybe maybe your organizational girl would be your last Goto choice on the cosmetic anterior temporary temporary Oriana High Lebron pretty girl but someone in every department needs to be led by the most organized person and a lot of times you're interviewing receptionist exceptions to like. Oh I'm GonNa hire her 'cause she's got ten years dental experience and that office used the same entrance that we use and I'm like oh well that's great. Why why? Why did you leave the last office? Oh after the bankruptcy he killed himself and it's like Oh yeah good good good great great. I really like for this go. So someone needs to be organized for cost for Osha for infection control and then once again just for international audiences. If they're confused what is the difference between Osha an infection control versus hip. And why are they not the same so osias again overarching. Coaching responsibilities employee safety infection. Control Candy employee safety as well patient safety so the things that we do to keep our patients safe. The fact that we disinfect in fact sterilize instruments so that would be more your control and prevention and then Hicfa a whole separate be so. That's a different agency that's responsible that's that's charged with the protection of patient formation. CYBERSECURITY has nothing to do with employee. Safety Chew Separate Gamut but I think the reason why why people love those two together because the compliance umbrella they just put on both under that they make they make it sound like. It's one in the same. As two separate entities there our infection control cozy align with ocean than it would be for hip because under the ocean blip when pathogen standard. There's a lot of infection control. Prevention Standards Underneath one thousand ten ten thirty which actual Osha Standard from pathogens infection control stiffen their so things overlap so a lot of people think another genre is just quote documentation that even a John Nra thing or is that she does require certain documents our annual training records or or Osha Oh show or hippo or documentation severed thing on its own. They both had their own documentation requirements. So maybe it might be its own standalone. Okay under under documentations. So is there any new products. The new Technologies new is there anything new product wise. That's got you excited about new products ideologies. Oh jeez procedures. Something new in the IT'd be related to safety and I think the big thing that I'm noticing right now. The office testing kit excess available now whereas they didn't have that before in the more that we hear about this the better I think Not necessarily new. But it's something that I've been stressing because I see a lack of everywhere I go proper. Eyewear when you're using. You're carrying lights because we know the intensity that blue light has increased over time and yet the people will continue to close their eyes or look away when they're in cages in a binding or or During procedures so us not blue light in the proper eyewear with that. I don't know about new technology. I think there's a whole gamut of new disinfectants out on the market with shorter. Contact Times. That are that are safer for equipment. They're not cracking or corroding or rusting equipment. I see a lot of comments in your forms. Related to different types of disinfectant products. So I think Not necessarily new excited about everything everytime learn about something. I get excited about it. Because more solution do more offices get you for Osha or infection. Control I kinda love the two together. I tell me when you get the other. That's my deal with them and So let's go through two of those things so I want to go to go back to your plan on average. What do you think it cost for you to come down and would you spend half a day in the offices and a full day? What what is your average if I go to McDonalds? It's a big Mac frightening coke. What is your big Mac? Frightening Coke Coke would be Osha infection control with the one on one with a consultant so action so so one on one would be the most thing you do. Actually the training in office training. They so it's almost like A. It's like a cow is a happy meal right so it's the the training somebody gets the same message. Then I get the one on one so I can support their safety officer and then I do the inspection so they know exactly what's going on. That's kind of where the rubber hits the road. The the doctor sometimes are are not are not aware they're well intentioned their team members are well intentioned. They think they know that they're doing the right thing. But until we actually they do an assessment where I'm actually watching Some some objects stood there for two hours. I just watch patients flow in and out of treatment rooms instruments. Low in sterilization Asian. And I make your report and present it to the doctor and I go. Okay here your pain points and again here all the things you're doing brea here pinpoints. I've got a great resource. That's absolutely free for anybody. Who wants it and has created by the CDC the CDC has dental summary Checklists that they can download in? It's free as hey. Here's related to infection infection control. Here's a lot of your other policies and procedures. You need to have in place. An here is observation checklist. And you can. You can actually download it. There's it's called the CDC dental check out they can download that doing in-office internal infection control. Today they wanted to and that's a free resource available Otani body and I think people realize that these so when you do that lecture. That's for the full office. How long would they at the block patients at a half day all day so semi repeat offices we will go over it in about ninety minutes to two hours? But if it's brand new I would at a minimum like dat three to four hours with the team so first half day first time half day and then on the safety officer is that usually get to be the head. dentals isn't the head. I- GENESEE genesee house manager. Who's usually the safety officer primarily? It's a dental assistant. I don't know necessarily to lead dental assistant. But somebody's been saddled with that nine joy other times. It's it's a dental assistant that I'm working with that. That really in some ways that make sense because they are hands on there in the back there in the clinical area. They know what needs to be done on back there But then in other respects when I asked them how it time were you given to devote to making sure that your systems are updated. That you got the checklist completed your weekly monthly quarterly annual check is completed. And.
"osha" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"And then you have to have the buy in from the team. The team has to understand the why behind why they do what they do. Not just some finger-wagging going you need to wear utility gloves but how to understand why it's important that they wear those utility bus when cleaning instruments. So where did you get the The name the the Karen Daw is the Oh chellaney delivering ocean infection infection control training. Yes so my last name is three letters long d. a. w. but you would be surprised. How many people one in e or s or es or spill do l. l.? Because they misheard it and people weren't finding me but without fail whenever never. I called an office to remind them that. Hey I'm coming in on Thursday to do the training and the consultation at at noon invariably early. Somebody's always saying. Hey it's the OC- lady on the phone or if I walk in there's a big sign that says the ocean ladies coming in today and as brand. It made sense at told everybody what I did. Then they didn't have to know my name but they could find an actually got that subtly trademark to two so now if you were to look me up in find the Osha lady synonymous with Kieron Dawson. You don't even know my name as long as you know what I do for you. So one of the Browns we have is this show is International and the our podcast on location in Paris and Cambodia Malaysia until also to our international people around the world. They don't live in America. Can you explain to them. What does does Osha stand for what it is? And what is the difference between Osha and infection control So Osias the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and overall. It's the the overarching umbrella safety. So may think about infection control and bloodborne pathogens and and hazard a chemical hazard usage. They all fell under this umbrella. Safety anything can be safety related if I see an extension cord along a walkway. That's a safety hazard. Anything that can create hazardous situations in the workplace Different countries have different entity. Some have specific entities continue their names and then some actually don't have a regulating regulatory agency that overseas primarily concerned with employee safety. And this is where I think. A lot of people get confused. Business Owners get confused. They think well ocean doesn't doesn't apply to me. I am the employer and then I have to say well how you classify for tax purposes. Because if you're paid as an employee of Your Corporation you are an employee employees if you're you're getting paid checks your employees and therefore Osha Standards Govern you as well and besides I have doctors that will wear short short sleeves and but insists that they're dental since genesis. Where the Long buttoned-up jacket and I'm looking at them going? That's what kind of example you said in your telling people to do as I say and not as I do with like for the business owners regardless to practice what they preach to mimic or set the example for what. They want their employees foyer to do as well and it was hard to change because I got to school in eighty seven. and that's when everybody started wearing gloves. But all when I when I started practicing in eighty seven the old guys didn't WanNa wear gloves. Oh Yeah and and then the first thing that hit me really really hard is I got out. Eighty seven eighty nine nine the HIV started slowly coming out. And I think we're in Phoenix Arizona. Where to one hundred twenty for half the year and and we all wore shorts and short sleeve shirts and they told us we had to wear long pants? I actually lost a hygienist over it because I said we'll we're we're GONNA do this and she goes. Well I'm not I'm not wearing pants. And one hundred nineteen degrees. I get a job across the street and it was tough. I mean 'cause we went from this really laid-back back fund coming to work in shorts and flip flops and t shirts to now being all you know professional but it's funny. How Times change so lime so osias? More about worker safety and So Osha cares more about the employees than the customers. Would you say it's it's about yes. Yes and south. That business owners that are listening in right now need to consider are those substantive camps that the utilize some questions they should be asking who is GonNa maintain their happy records to be the temp agency. 'cause you gotTA keep that on file for thirty years if it's your responsibility length appoint plus thirty years who's going to Provide the pathogens training for that individual is going to be you well if you've got invite them in an hour before the start of their shift to do the ocean training or is it going to be the temp Beijing Tzi and who was responsible in the amendment exposure so all employees even if there are separate temp. You've got to treat them as if they're regular employee unless there's an agreement interim place with a temp agency utilizing that is that is draining so when you go into an office how Is it a combined. It's a combined program of Osha and infection. Control is an afternoon. Is that a day how much it costs this. How did they find you? Walk us through that so it really depends on the in the office. I offer anybody. Who's interested fifteen minute complimentary discovery session because there is no one size fits all I have to figure out What are your major concerns? what is it that you're hoping to accomplish where you are and where you need to be in what we need to do to bridge Dan gaps APPs during that call we can assess a lot of that and then we can either determine whether or not I need to come in to do assessment where we look at your systems in place. What do we need to recreate? What can we enhance or we do virtual consulting? I have offices where I work. Strictly with safety officer might do a Webinar based training for that office but then consultant and I are meeting routinely to figure out. What is it that they need to get their office into compliance so it can be virtual consulting training or in office consulting and training and then I also speak and I'll be posting mice in calendar? I update my website. So they can see. Hey there's a seminar coming up with Karen I want to go and check this out on. Your website is is Karen Dawn D..
"osha" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Of peers and potential new patients. It's just a huge honor for me. Today be podcasts interviewing Karen Daw Mba the MBA masters in Business Administration the Certified Environmental Compliance Alliance manager. Even if you think you've heard it all before you've never heard it. In the way Karen Daw. The Lady Delivers Osha. An infection control training with fresh fun and efficient approach. Karen keeps things moving always grounded in real world examples of walking go wrong sometimes in a matter of seconds have we let our guard down Karen Dolls an award winning National Speaker author of numerous articles and CE courses on safety industry and it consultants who practices across the country. She and her. Ba from the the Ohio State University and our MBA with concentrations in healthcare administration and business management after graduation Karen recruited to from the Emergency Department into her roles as assistant director sterilization monitoring and health and safety director for the Lsu College Dentistry Karen Draws on her rich background to educate audiences large in small on how not to do safety and best practices to avoid penalties negative reviews. And the six o'clock news and man this is. I'm this is really hit home for me when I got to school in eighty seven. And please don't tell me you weren't born eighty seven. I assume you aren't You know you would talk doc when I went to the CDC whenever Atlanta I'd swing by the CDC and Dr Duisenberg. Give me the names of the dentist there. And all those they had about fifteen thousand scientists and they all add a hunch that there were these breakout diseases that might be traced back to this restaurant or this dental office this and that but it was more like a detective and and footwork game. And you know all that kind of stuff but man today. It's a totally different game. I mean you can have some good old boy dentists and Tulsa just just just a good old boy but doesn't knows autoclave stopped working and the next thing you know. He's on the six o'clock news or shutting them down. I mean it's just getting and the CDC people we'll tell you that they can sit there and say no Howard did not get that disease at that restaurant or that office or in fact he did. So it's really really changed. Hasn't it has. And you know really you can google infection control breaches related to dentistry primarily in Related to sterilization now and there are no shortage of articles that you can pull up. And that's what's scary. Is that given the number of educators out there. The fact at this is part of dental school and dental in Dallas to school curriculums that we still continue to make the news with these types of stories. So it's really scary so dental town house Fifty forms and if you go to any science place like Nasser or any of these places we talked about it they all do the message board forum just so you can. Everything's searchable. It's indexed and these fifty forms one of them's regulations and I saw your posts on. That was awesome. But I wouldn't ask an expert like you. Under regulations. We have documentation hip infection control injury prevention in the workplace and Osha Already those redundant or is that a good way to do this. Any injury prevention in the workplace Osha is rather redundant because allow Ella curious. As they a lot of people they make bloodborne pathogens osias synonymous with each other. What they forget if you look at the tap ten things at dental offices were dental office recited for in the past few years Bogor pathogens in infection? Controls only sliver of that high overall osias concerned with providing being employees with a safe workplace. So I would say that injury prevention with would kind of work under that umbrella Osha. Yeah that's that that's why I was thinking and and your post was very interesting where you said here let me pull up. Says that hip an Osha should be two separate compliance instagram's Osha. Infection control is very different than Hicfa cybersecurity to talk about that is that and what is Your Cup of tea you you do hip a an Osa or do you think hip just two totally separate animals. I think there are two totally separate animals. There are fabulous speakers out there who can speak to both of those. Oh I'm definitely not one of them. I chose to focus just on Osha standards because the code of Federal Regulations Governing Healthcare is this thick and I chose to to focus on that menu with all eight point five. There's no pretty pictures. It is strictly tax and I had to pour through the manual front and back to look at. What are some of the things that Osha might might visit dental office for everybody? A survey thinks it's all blood when pathogens and as long as I do my annual book when path is in training that we're in compliance. And that's not necessarily the case so I think if you're a break those two apart work with experts in each of those feels you're gonna be better off the other reason. I recommend separating those two is because many times we saddle one individual in the office with compliance and this person might already be a practice manager del assistant or dental hygienists and they are doing it all and when I see that I saved breakdown in systems already I already know what I'm getting into when I when I do a discovery call with a practice that has reached out to me and they said I'm doing this this this this. I'm I'm doing all this and it's not a team effort that I worry. I already know what I'm getting into before I even visit the office us. So so the the neat thing we're doing here is most humans all live alone. I mean you know they they They drive to work alone They spend a lot of time alone so they really when you're an individual dentist and I said you don't really know what's going on with the other two hundred thousand dentists in America or the two million Dennis US around the world so she's driving to work right now and she's not you would. What is your end of the world? Look like while you're people calling you. What are you doing? What why? Why is what's what's going on in ocean infection control and and you know the socrates said that humans only had to emotions it was greed and fear But I think biology said it better that You're either a Predator or you being preyed on so when you're a Predator you want resources greed. Good but when someone's praying on you that's frightening scary and you don't WanNa get arrested and fined and all that so Osha. Infection Control Gr- greed fear Predator prey. What should they worry about? So I'M GONNA I'm GonNa flip that around just a little bit. The likelihood of a dental office being invested by Osha in most. Oh states. It's it's actually rather small. It is complaint driven process. What we need to think about right now is that we now live in an environment where we if we don't get the result of the responses that we want if we're not being heard we're gonNA find somebody WHO's GONNA listen to US look at yelp reviews like Google reviews people can easily go online and complain about anybody? We now have resources with regards to if I'm in a healthcare facility I'm not happy with one aspect or another the care that I received or I just got bad bad customer service from the front desk team member while by. Golly I'm GONNA contact ocean. I'm going to contact the dental board and I'm going to report you to somebody. I had an office that believes they were reported to Osha over a billing dispute and my foot my poor front desk team members verse. They never get yelled at by patients. Right overbilling matters never ever ever so somebody was upset about it and on the way out they said well I'll show you and next thing you know. She was visiting their practice so I always wanted to try to get people to think necessarily in what what in the fact that they could be inspected but at the end dates about doing doing the right thing. If you're doing the right thing to worry about and what what's the worst W- worry about. What what what's when Lady Luck is don on your side and everything goes bad? What is it a is an infection? Outbreak is absolutely. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA potentially cause harm and on top of that if you're looking at Osha and thinking about what possibly could help them with the dental board gets involved licking possible license suspension if Osias involved and they find a willful neglect scenario ago. And I've only seen this used to dental office that I'm aware of anyways from researching the Osha website to allow says receiving the willful neglect. Fine currently that will will neglect fine. I don't think a lot of people realize this hour. It's one hundred thirty three thousand dollars per occurrence and on a daily the basis your practice can rack up. Thirteen thousand three hundred dollars in fines for every day that a particular hazard hasn't been abated and I think that is a worst case. Scenario Korea definitely gets people. Thank you so it's big fine so when you're out there in the field. What is the low hanging fruit? What are what are my home is not doing right? Where we're worthy dropped the ball I'm going to say Training training upon higher annual training. And this is what I see a lot of and pursue soot and. Don't get me wrong for some offices being able to do online training in watching a thirty minute video and checking. That box is a good fit for their culture. I I have been blessed at the people who reach out to me realize. Sometimes you don't know what you don't know and there's more to it than just a thirty minute video so they realized that they want their training to be comprehensive answer. They want their team to get the same information. They WANNA make sure they're doing the right things so Annual Training Training upon hire definitely. Another one is this. This one is trending actually and that is water safety water-quality being used in the office and I know people who are listening right now are going to say Oh but if I test my water bacterial counts. That's really just for patient safety in it's only recommendation by the CDC. How has it mandatory will? We're being exposed exposed to that those aerosols that are being generated every time we irrigate or use a hand piece. Therefore you WanNa make sure your team members are being exposed to bacteria in the Marlins to like Legionella or MS obsesses. haw That is never one thing. I think a lot of officer not what I what I don't like about the online trading and when I say that I I have online training courses on dental town so I'm shooting myself with the foot is to me it it's a need to get this implemented is if someone comes in the only people getting referrals or if I give you money and you come in and it. y'All gets done. They get educated. Get whatever we have to do at the end of they were all done. That's what you want. As opposed to hoping that they went home and watched a video. Or you know took a test or something I I just want it done. Yeah Yeah and must be realistic. Nobody ever wakes up that worn Glenn who today's the day doing those training training. I'm so excited like it's Christmas morning and I think because traditionally we haven't we haven't made the topic exciting I think especially especially when you look at the millennial generation. They are more interested in experiential. Learning we know from studies that hands on training. You'RE GONNA learn and get more value out that versus online training and again there are office. Where online trainings? A good fit for them but I think for the most part saying that people want they admit that they don't know what they don't know they want you to tell them what they don't know and they want systems in place is going to make it easier to maintain along yeah and Boys should really be serious because When you look at all the Osha nightmares you look at all the Osha? Everything I mean men are just crazy. I mean all over social the media will see somebody having a ladder out of the back of the truck who claims up to a window and stand on the air conditioner to place. And you're looking at like what is wrong with with people but I'm so what are. What are the biggest injury to worker issues? I mean I if you did listens are hygienic. Does looseness as you know. I just personally don't WANNA get injured. How what what's going on to get a Someone working in the dental office injured. Well let me go back to How you said you you could find all these pictures of men to be honest when I put my powerpoint together use those signs? I cannot find any with women in it not to say that they don't exist but it's very typical to find and be a gender equal with regards to that so I think that's hilarious and if you ever watch ridiculousness majority of those visions additions. But I'm as our as workplace injuries the preventing workplace injuries. I think it all begins with education the knowledge and having a culture honestly we have dental office where we saddle the dental assistant with responsibility being the safety officer. Not on top of that she supporting sometimes to docks if they're short if somebody calls in He or she supporting to doctors are also For the practice of their cleaning instruments as a yes there is a herd of the story. Ferry every office should have a full. I think a full-time stary very someone who just takes care of instruments it all day long for everyone else but sometimes they played they put on these multiple hats and then we go. Oh and by the way. Here's an entire your four or five manuals else that I've been collecting for the last twenty years. You figure out what to do with it. Pay Previous Safety Officer won the lottery yesterday. took off. You're responsible now. Just do what you need to do you. And we haven't set them up for success. There has to be a team dynamic. We have to have proper support from the leadership is in any business. I think he'd agree. Congress support from the leadership that sets forth the expectations. He had that person who's been empowered given the proper resources to tackle this responsibility..
"osha" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Because sense home from everywhere that you never know like acid reflux. I know a lot of people. That or you get headaches? Super random you have no no control for your body's yours. No, it's not. You're just a hose. Yes. So by yeah. Though, ordinary line as like acid is great. I would recommend that for sure. And then in terms of like other treatments, can you micro needle while pregnant, you can you just have to be careful about what type of numbing you do because we always put topical numbing on before micro needling. So at our office, we have one that's not pregnancy safe. So I'm gonna try to do it without numbing and see what happens. Hurry, ear almost see. I have zero pain dollar and those PRP while pregnant you can't do peer. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. But you can't do filler talks. I miss my boat talks. He can't do certain chemical peels most chemical peels is that all just due to sensitivity. It's not that like baby will be poisoned by talks is just like. Yeah. We just don't know. Nobody does studies on pregnant women because that would be kind of any humane. So we don't know. I mean, I'm pretty sure I was pregnant when I did my last photons, and I didn't know I always yet. Now's like, yes. Got it in. Will Q on the skip. No, wait a minute. That's happened. So many times babies are fine. Not that I'm encouraging it. I do not just give yourself. Hi, and like hooked up with their husbands. And then they get pregnant. They're like, oh my God. What have I done my baby? It's going to be addicted to drugs. It's like, no, it's okay. Like, you know, he's totally fine. Yeah. So you go to a concert. You have a couple of beers home. Yep. Go in hot too. Okay. Good to know. Good. Because you know, everybody got to be safe out there while those babies this question OSHA, do a break real quick. Let's take a break. And then we will keep asking questions for lean. Hey, Honey, let's talk about daily harvest. Let's talk about New Year's resolutions. It's hard to make them stick because we're lazy. We're tired. We don't know what to do we need guidance..
"osha" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Occupational safety and health director at osha oh really okay well i guess i shouldn't sound so surprised because and probably when they do appoint one just based on their record and other agencies will be somebody who you know who on the other side of this issue so i guess that brings up a question though for i think a lot of our listeners are going to be very upset and disturbed that preventable deaths you're still taking place in the workplace every year in this country to what could people do to find out more about it well certainly the occupational safety and health administration itself can do more publicity about the importance of occupational safety and health including workers memorial day unions already reach out through their membership and two other related organizations particularly employers that are represented by the unions and conduct workplace safety and health events particularly around workers memorial day we were regularly with universities throughout the country to do the same and public health authorities so and i i guess i just have one more point to make about this and again we're talking with david legrand bill cwa and it is this you know when people think about unions in this country think about a usually they think about wages negotiating for wage than they should think about negotiating for better benefits and they should all of those things matter but one of the things i think people forget is especially if you work on a job where there is some element of risk a greater element of risk of injury or illness as well as death that the union is also going to take a proactive role in trying to keep you safe and alive so it's one more reason to have a union so for example in your job as as health and safety director at cwa what is your typical day look like.