Essentials of Disaster Preparedness for Your Veterinary Clinic
Upcoming webinar 3/6/13
February 14, 2013
The effects of any disaster can be minimized by proper planning and preparation. Participants in Just in Case - Essentials of Disaster Preparedness for Your Veterinary Clinic will receive a basic overview of the nature and types of disasters based on real cases and a detailed look at how to prepare a veterinary clinic for a disaster.
The four specific aspects to be addressed will be: 1) Mitigation 2) Preparedness 3) Response and 4) Recovery. Important topics such as evacuation planning, employee training and equipment needs will be explained.
At the end of the presentation there will be a Q & A period where specific questions can be addressed.
Participants will be encouraged to develop their own written plans covering both personal planning as well as a clinic plan.
This webinar is presented by the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association (HVMA) in cooperation with Humane Society University (HSU).
When: Weds., March 6, 2013, 8:00 pm (EST)
Duration: 90 minutes
Presented by: Barry Kellogg, VMD, Senior Veterinary Advisor to the HVMA
Participation in Just in Case - Essentials of Disaster Preparedness for Your Veterinary Clinic is free but advance registration is required.