UASC & ABC MA 2019 Kick-Off & Induction

United Alliance Services Corporation is a General Sponsor!

Happening now, UASC is attending the 2019 Kickoff Meeting and Installation of Officers

We became a general sponsor this year and are looking forward to what 2019 has to offer both ABC MA & UASC

  • Experts on assisting with ABC STEP PROGRAM (Safety Training and Evaluation Process)
  • Engaged on safety programs with Gould Construction Institute.

We are also connected to the ABC RI Chapter

Don Royer is Co-chair on safety and education for ABC RI

Trade Show info

Our New Division OccuMed at OSAP Boot Camp 2019

Our New Division, OccuMed of New England will travel to Atlanta, Georgia in 2019 to attend the OSAP Dental Infection Control Boot Camp. The educational course covers all basics in infection prevention and safety. The boot camp will be held at the InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta. It will run from Wednesday-Friday, January 23-25.

Who’s Attending OSAP?

From OccuMed of New England, Valerie Bianco, CEO and President, and Brenna Maloney, Director of Operations, will be in attendance. We will take back key information on infection control, standard precautions, patient and employee safety, and much more back to our team in East Wareham, Massachusetts. Infection control coordinators, educators, compliance officers, federal service employees, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) personnel, consultants and sales representatives will be in attendance as well.

Why We’re Going

Industry standards and regulations are always changing and improving. To stay up-to-date with our compliance programs, audit tools, and training seminars, we must stay informed about the on-going industry advancements. The course, which offers 24+ hours of CE credit, will highlight all aspects of infection control, the chain of infection and the roles of infection control coordinators. OccuMed of New England is especially excited to hear about lab safety, dental unit waterlines and amalgam, and surveillance and breaches in infection control in dentistry.

To hear more about OccuMed’s trip to Atlanta to the OSAP Infection Control Boot Camp, visit our website and keep an eye out for OccuMed at OSAP Boot Camp 2019: Key Takeaways. For more information on the boot camp, or instructions on how to register, visit www.osap.org.


Small Business Saturday Discounts

Support your local small business by shopping small this Saturday, November 24th. After you’ve filled your belly with Thanksgiving turkey on Thursday, skip the Black Friday and Cyber Monday madness, and do your holiday shopping Saturday locally and support small businesses in your community.

Why is Shopping Small Important?

  • Small businesses improve local economies by creating jobs.
  • Shopping locally means less of a carbon footprint. Both you and your purchases have traveled less distance to make it home.
  • It saves you time! Forget about giant box stores where you have to navigate through an acre of aisles and long lines, dodging other shoppers’ carts and children amped up on sugary bribes.
  • When small, local businesses thrive, that means more taxes collected in your community that can go to things like schools, parks and community programs.
  • Small entrepreneurs dream big! Be a part of someone’s dream come true.
  • You get great deals!

Support our Small Business

In support of Small Business Saturday United Alliance Services and OccuMed of New England is offering a 10% discount for all open enrollment classes booked on Saturday, November 24th. To register, visit our open enrollment calendar. We’ll also discount any requests for proposals for private training classes received that day. To make a request, chat us on our website, email healthsolutions@occumedne.com or leave us a message by calling 833-OCCUMED.

Small Businesses Near Me

Shopping small is one of the easiest ways you can simplify your life and support your local community this holiday season. Check out the American Express Small Business Saturday Map for a list of small businesses in your area. Happy shopping and happy Thanksgiving!