Privacy Policy

At Propper, we may use the information we collect to process orders, determine buying trends, and provide a more personalized experience on the site. Please read on for more details about our privacy policy.

When you order, we need to know your name, e-mail address, mailing address, credit card number, and expiration date. This allows us to process and fulfill your order and notify you of your order status.

For promotional features, we may ask for your name, address, and e-mail address so we can distribute promotional offerings, administer contests, and notify winners.

When shopping, we may personalize your shopping experience by using your purchase history to shape our recommendations about the merchandise that might be of interest to you. We also monitor customer traffic patterns and site usage to help us develop the design and layout of the site, determine customer preferences and otherwise review product offerings and trends.

We may also use the information we collect to occasionally notify you about important functionality changes to the Web site, new products or services, and special offers we think you’ll find valuable.

When you place orders we offer the use of a secure server. The secure server software (SSL) encrypts all information you input before it is sent to us. Furthermore, all of the customer data we collect is protected against unauthorized access.

Our website makes use of “Cookies”, which are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive. Our cookies do not contain any personally identifying information, but they do enable us to provide features such as personalized shopping and to store items in your shopping cart between visits. Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies.

Propper does not currently sell, trade, or rent your personal information to others. We may choose to do so in the future. Also, Propper may provide aggregate statistics about our customers, sales, traffic patterns, and related site information to third-party vendors, but these statistics currently include no personally identifying information.

By using our Web site, you consent to the collection and use of this information as we have described above. If we decide to change our privacy policy, we will post our revised policy on this page so that you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances we disclose it. By using our site, you also agree to our Terms of Use and Terms of Sale. Propper is not liable for any direct, indirect, special, consequential or other damages that may arise form any violation of this Policy.

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Latest Courses

LIVE Webinar: Wait a Minute, Mr. Postman

Wait a Minute, Mr. Postman

To mail or not to mail?


That is the question when it comes to biological indicator (BI) testing in many clinical settings around the country — physician offices, dental clinics, and veterinary services. What is the best option for sterilization monitoring for your facility? What are the pros and cons of mail-in BI testing versus on-site incubation and monitoring? This presentation will address these questions and provide insight for clinic managers and technicians to make informed decisions regarding this critical aspect of quality management.





  • Discuss the purpose & function of biological indicator monitoring for steam sterilization.
  • Compare the processes of mail-in biological indicator monitoring and on-site incubation and monitoring.
  • Describe the key quality management considerations in favor of on-site incubation.
  • Provide insights to hardwire training, competence, and compliance regarding your biological monitoring process.

This course is approved to receive 1.0 CE from CBSPD and HSPA.

LIVE Webinar: On Your Marks

On Your Marks The Ultimate Guide to Onboarding SPD Techs and Leaders

The Ultimate Guide to Onboarding SPD Techs and Leaders


Staff turnover and new employee orientation are constant challenges to Sterile Processing Departments. Whether a new employee is experienced or new to the field, there is always new material to learn in Sterile Processing. With the growing complexity of medical devices and department processes, a department’s onboarding training program is one of the most important aspects of its success. Bring your manager and department educator along for this CE presentation as we walk you through the ultimate guide for onboarding SPD techs and leaders!




  • Introduce onboarding in Sterile Processing and its critical role in the success of the department.
  • Identify roles leaders and preceptors play in developing and implementing an effective Sterile Processing onboarding program.
  • Outline the essential resources and processes that make an effective Sterile Processing onboarding program.
  • Detail key considerations for onboarding Sterile Processing leaders.

This course is approved to receive 1.0 CE from CBSPD and HSPA.

ON DEMAND: Small Business, Big Impact

Small Business, Big Impact: Conversations with Sterile Processing Technicians in Business

Conversations with Sterile Processing Technicians in Business


Interview 1: Jamie Terran and Selendra Brown
Topic: Starting a Content Sharing Platform and NonProfit organization

  • Discuss how to make an impact on your Community.
  • Understand how to step out of the box and do a thing you don’t know how to do.
  • Learn how to get support for education, even when you can’t afford it.

Interview 2: Jamie Terran and Dannie O. Smith
Topic: How Attending a Conference Can Launch a New Phase In Your Career

  • Learn how to use the skills you already have to improve your field.
  • Discuss how to become more involved in your local professional organizations.

Interview 3:  Jamie Terran and Melanie Perry
Topic: How To Start a Blog to Share Your Experiences and Build a Community

  • Learn how to start a blog to share your experiences and connect with people in your field with similar experiences.
  • Why it matters to have a community of people in your field.

Interview 4: Jamie Terran and Johanne Benoit
Topic: Balancing Entrepreneurship and Working as a Tech: Variety at Work

  • Discuss Sterile Processing Entrepreneurship in Dentistry.
  • Talk about the SP Hosted Clubhouse Community and the impact it makes.

Interview 5: Jamie Terran and Jhmeid Billingslea
Topic: Transitioning from Being a Technician to Working for a Company

  • Discuss how and why you might want to work for a company rather than a healthcare facility.
  • Discuss the challenges healthcare facilities commonly face, which consultants help to correct.

This course is approved to receive 1.25 CE from CBSPD and HSPA.

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