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The procedure for dealing with bites in the workplace can be split into 2 common areas:
health and safety, and public health.
Under these 2 headings you will find links to the BVA Practice Standards guide and reference to existing current protocols.
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We believe it is more important to target individual aggressive dogs than to single out a particular type of dog as being dangerous. A dog’s behaviour is partly a result of its inherited characteristics but rearing and training provided by the owner is more important.
This guide provides notes on the installation and safe use of dental radiography equipment, which has become increasingly common in veterinary practice.
We've produced this EMS guide detailing what you, as the EMS provider, and the student should expect from the experience and how to get the most out of it.
Health and safety guidance on the legal requirements and responsibilities for on-farm working. Members can also access supporting documents including a risk assessment and client leaflet.
This practical guide provides information on areas to consider prior to drawing up a partnership agreement.
Veterinary waste consists of both hazardous and non-hazardous waste which must be segregated, classified, described, packaged, labelled and disposed of in line with regulatory requirements.
Local media coverage can be an excellent way to market your veterinary practice and to promote the services you offer to local customers – all for free. Our media guide for vets offers simple tips and advice to help you achieve local press coverage.
This document has been prepared in the best interests of animal welfare and to advise those tasked with inspecting, advising and licensing catteries under the Animal Boarding Establishments Act 1963.
In 1978 the BVA published guidelines for local authorities and their veterinary inspectors underc the Breeding of Dogs Act 1973.
This guide outlines the arrangement between BVA and RSPCA for payment for IET of sick or injured wildlife and stray animals.
This document outlines the process by the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SSPCA) for the emergency treatment of sick and injured stray animals and wildlife in Scotland.
The racing pigeon season is from April to September with young birds bred in the current calendar year flying between July and September. If a member of the public finds a racing pigeon they should be advised to leave it where it is.
This guide aims to help veterinary professionals when offering work experience placements to school students. It contains information on setting up a placement, what to be aware of and where to find careers advice for students.
All the practical tools you need to prepare for an RCVS inspection can be found right here, along with useful information and advice.
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