You know how critical it is to keep workers safe. But what you probably don’t know is how to fit high-quality safety training into an already jam-packed schedule. Here’s how: with succinct, 25-minute, OSHA-approved videos. An easily digestible manager’s guide and workbooks. And compliant chemical container labels. All conveniently packaged together at a 10% discount.
Show employees you care about their safety—and reduce your chances of litigation and worker’s compensation claims—with this veterinary practice–specific program. While saving time with checklists, call-outs, and other efficiencies, this program exceeds OSHA regulations in covering all significant veterinary hospital hazards.
On one flashdrive, you’ll have two awardwinning MP3 training videos: Veterinary Safety Training for the Whole Practice Team and Veterinary Safety Training for Medical &Technical Staff, designed for those who work directly with animals and chemicals.
Approximately 25 minutes each. Videos come with twelve 16-page workbooks: six each of Veterinary Safety Training for the Whole Practice Team workbooks and Veterinary Safety Training for Medical & Technical Staff workbooks (8.5" x 11"). 2007, 2015, 2017, AAHA Press
Manager’s Guide to Veterinary Workplace Safety, Second Edition
Written by a veterinary professional, this manager’s guide conveniently compiles applicable OSHA standards into one clear-communicating resource, so managers can easily get started on creating their compliant safety plan. Includes helpful checklists and a companion website with dozens of useful templates to help you generate practice-specific policies and letters.
Veterinary Secondary Container Labels with Poster
Good news. There’s no need to change your current labeling system . . . if it provides specific information regarding the hazards of chemicals. (See OSHA Brief 3636
.) Feel confident that you’re communicating those hazards effectively with the addition of AAHA Veterinary Secondary Container Labels. These waterproof stickers allow you to easily comply with OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, are sized for veterinary practice containers, and come with an instructional poster. (Please note that purchasers are responsible for evaluating whether these labels meet their state’s requirements, which may differ from federal rules.)
100 waterproof labels (10 per sheet), laminated poster, AAHA Press