Think of it as preventative care for your practice. It may not seem urgent, and it’s definitely not convenient, but staying proactive with OSHA compliance can save you time, money, and headaches in the long run. In this Yankee Dental edition of Dentist Money™, Reese Harper, CFP® welcomes Lee Slaton, Vice President of the healthcare division at Smart Training, which has helped over 14,000 dentists adhere to OSHA regulations. In this interview, Lee shares a few OSHA horror stories and covers some of the most common misconceptions dentists have about OSHA compliance. He also provides some helpful tips that could save you thousands of dollars by staying on OSHA’s good side.