Welcome to the New Monterey Bay Dental Society Website!
The Monterey Bay Dental Society has partnered with the American Dental Association to create a new online experience for our members, patients, and the public.
On this site, you will see integrated content from MBDS, CDA and ADA.
On October 1, MBDS members were emailed information on how to create their logon credentials for this new site. We hope you like it!
Note: The Monterey Bay Dental Society is operating, but the office is currently closed due to COVID-19.
Critical COVID-19 Considerations for Your Practice
Attend this exclusive PCIHPAA seminar for Monterey Bay Dental Society, San Mateo Dental Society, and Mid-Peninsula Dental Society.
You receive 1 C.E.
and DINNER IS ON US.
- Evolving COVID-19 cyber threats, including ransomware attacks
- COVID-19 key patient & employee considerations for your practice
- Expert and peer advice
- Tips to keep your patients, employees and practice safe and secure
Live webinar — October 20, 7–8 p.m.
Free Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Sexual harassment prevention training for all employees deadline extended to Jan. 1, 2021
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill extending the deadline for sexual harassment prevention training. Under SB 778, employers with five or more employees now have until no later than Jan. 1, 2021 to complete the mandatory one-or two-hour trainings for employees to be compliant. Employees are required to complete the training within six months of hire or promotion and every two years after.
With the extension, employers who trained their employees in 2018 can provide subsequent training in 2020 while still complying with the deadline. Additionally, employers who train their employees in 2019 are not required to provide more training until 2021 and every two years thereafter.
In order for employers of 5 or more employees to comply with training obligations, The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing provides free online training courses on preventing sexual harassment and abusive conduct in the workplace.
The department has provided training for both supervisory (2-hour) and nonsupervisory (1-hour) positions.