BizQuiz: Would you be prepared if violence erupted at your veterinary practice?

BizQuiz: Would you be prepared if violence erupted at your veterinary practice?

Violent incidents can happen anywhere, but there are things a practice team can do to be less vulnerable.
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Jul 23, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Absolutely. Little things like keeping doors locked when necessary, counting the day’s receipts away from the front desk and having a safety routine for those who work alone or after hours can make a clinic less vulnerable.

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