Clinic safety

Clinic safety

Take a look at dvm360's articles on clinic safety including accounts from veterinary practices that experienced violent threats.
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Jul 23, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Safeguard your practice against violence in the workplace
Clinic safety expert offers four layers of protection and how to deal with confrontation.

Keep your emergency clinic safe after hours
Learn how to protect your staff and keep your practice safe from robbery and violence late at night.

13 ways to prevent a robberty at your veterinary practice
Don't put your practice—or your veterinary team—at risk. Take these steps to fend off criminals before they strike.

Gunman threatens veterinary staff in Connecticut
Walks into veterinary clinic saying he'll kill staff if dog is dead.

Violent threats at Oklahoma veterinary clinic bring gun issues into the open
Veterinarian now evaluates hospital safety plans and state's open-carry gun law.

Walk away from workplace violence
See the signs of a coworker—or a practice culture—on the edge.




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