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Safety and Loss Control Resources

In addition to valuable insurance solutions for your veterinary practice, the AAHA Business Insurance Program offers resources for you and your employees. Easy access to information and educational tools are key benefits for business success.

Return to Work Program from The Hartford
Download this booklet on how to implement an effective return-to-work program at your practice.

Poster: Working with Dogs and Cats Safely

AAHA Business Insurance Program Articles

Access safety articles on topics including how to determine if your practice is vulnerable to employee drug abuse and whether or not employees should continue working during pregnancies.

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CAUTION - Equipment Produces Radiation

WARNING - Biohazard

NOTICE - Gates and Doors Closed

NOTICE - Authorized Personnel Only

NOTICE - Turn Off Phones

NOTICE - Use Two Leashes

CAUTION - Radiation Patient Waste

DANGER - Laser Radiation

CAUTION - Pets on Leash or in Carrier

CAUTION - Inhalant Anesthetics

CAUTION - Radiation Area

NOTICE - Sedated and Anesthestized Patients

CAUTION - Radiation and Pregnancy

AAHA Membership Store

AAHA Press—the publishing arm of the association—is an internationally regarded publisher and distributor of titles for veterinary care providers and pet owners. Specializing in user-friendly references in a variety of formats, AAHA Press publishes materials pertinent to the practice of companion animal medicine including safety and loss control information on staff training, practice management, and OSHA.

Safety Resources

Job Safety Analysis Form

Sample Drug-Policy Statement and Model

Is Your Practice Vulnerable to Employee Drug Abuse?

Government Resources

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)