Webinar - Establishing a Safety Culture for Your Practice
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When: Wednesday, July 20. 2016
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
Where: United States

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Communication is vital to a safe and productive veterinary facility. Regular safety meetings give an opportunity to discuss and resolve safety issues, and a safety committee is highly recommended for all veterinary practices. Scott will discuss how to create and maintain a successful safety committee. The presentation includes discussions for creating a mission statement, establishing and running safety meetings, and keeping members engaged. Additional insight includes a safety incentive program, reporting near misses, return to work policies, and precautions for pregnant workers. If you’re not conducting safety meetings regularly, it is never too late to start.


Speaker: Speaker: Scott Simpson, Risk Consultant for the AVMA PLIT
Scott has seven years of experience in the Health & Safety Consulting Field. Scott previously worked at a global Fortune 500 company that is a provider of water, hygiene and energy technologies and services to the food, energy, healthcare, industrial and hospitality markets. In this role he was responsible for providing client and internal technical support and project management. Past and current projects include developing client safety programs and training, analysis of customer performance related to recommended solutions, and developing technology to improve client interface with company resources. Scott also has extensive experience in program management and cross functional team support, with a specific expertise in data management, analysis, and presentation. Scott currently works with the healthcare and hospitality industries, and provides risk consulting and data analytic services. Scott’s career goal is to leverage this expertise to add professional value to his customers, with an emphasis on advancing the businesses interests while promoting brand protection. Scott has a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety from Illinois State University.

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