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2017 Annual Report

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Food-Producing Animal Hospital - Sample Inspection Form

To assist you with preparing for your inspection, the College provides inspection forms to ensure you are familiar with the requirements to achieve a Certificate of Accreditation. Reviewing the sample inspections forms is a key step in ensuring success in your inspection.

The requirements of each category are tailored to meet the requirements of the type of practice and the needs of the animals served.

TITLE 7

Food-Producing Animal Hospital

     

1.0

General

     

1.1. The facility,

 

1.1.1. self-contained,

 

Y

N

 

1.1.2 has a separate and distinct entrance directly from the street or, if the facility is in a building containing more than one facility, directly from a common lobby, hallway or mall.

 

Y

N

1.2.

The facility has, and appears to have, the practice of veterinary medicine as its primary purpose.

 

Y

N

1.3.

The facility is not, and does not appear to be, associated with or operated in connection with another enterprise.

 

Y

N

  1.3.N Standards 1.2 and 1.3 do not prohibit the providing of ancillary services in the facility which are incidental and subordinate to the professional services provided in the facility.      

1.4.

The facility is not located in, and has no direct public access to, a commercial establishment,

 

Y

N

 

1.4.1.where animals are bought or sold

 

Y

N

 

1.4.2.providing animal food or other goods or services used principally by, with or for animals

 

Y

N

1.5.

Records

     
  Note: Refer to O.REG 1093, 22.-(2), (5) and (6) Regulation 1093 Revised Regulations of Ontario as amended under Veterinarians Act.      

 

1.5.22.1. Do the records for each food-producing animal or herd contain,

 

 

 

 

1.5.22.2.1. Individual or herd identification including breed and sex.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.2.2. If individual advice or care is given, at least one of:

 

Y

N

  (a) the animal’s name; or   Y N
  (b) the animal’s tattoo or ear-tag number; or   Y N
  (c) the animal’s colour, markings or other distinguishing physical features.   Y N
  1.5.22.2.3. The client’s name, address and telephone numbers.   Y N
  1.5.22.2.4.The name and telephone number of a person to be contacted in the absence of the client.    Y N
  1.5.22.2.5. Date of each service   Y N

 

1.5.22.2.6. A history of the presenting complaint.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.2.7. If there is a presenting complaint, particulars of each assessment, including any laboratory investigations performed or ordered by the member and the results of each assessment.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.2.8. A note of any professional advice given regarding the individual or herd and an indication of to whom the advice was given if other than the client.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.2.9. A complete record of all written prescriptions and drugs that the member has prescribed or dispensed.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.2.10. A copy of any report prepared by the member in respect of the individual or herd.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.2.11. The fees and charges, showing separately those for drugs and those for advice or other services.

 

Y

N

  1.5.22.5. Are the records:      

 

1.5.22.5.1. legibly written or typewritten;

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.5.2. kept in a systematic manner;

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.5.3. in practices of more than one practitioner or practices that employ locums, identified after each entry with the initials or code of the veterinarian responsible for the procedure; and

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.5.4. retained for a period of at least five years after the date of the last entry in the record or until two years after the member ceases to practice. (not applicable to new facilities)

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.6. Are the records retained in an electronic medium?

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.6.1. Provides a visual display of the recorded information.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.6.2. Provides a means of access to the record of each animal by its name or other unique identifier.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.6.3. Is capable of printing the recorded information promptly.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.6.4. ) Is capable of being printed separately from the recorded information of each animal.

 

Y

N

 

How many records were examined? ___________ 

 

1.5.22.7. The electronic computer system includes a password and other reasonable methods of protecting against unauthorized access.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.8. The electronic computer system automatically backs up files and allows the recovery of backed-up files or otherwise provides reasonable protection against loss of damage to and inaccessibility of information.

 

Y

N

 

1.5.22.9. The electronic computer system has a secure method that permits only the member to apply an electronic signature to a document that is issued electronically and must be signed by the member.

 

Y

N

2.0.

Library

     

2.1.

The base unit contains,

 

 

 

 

2.1.1. one or more veterinary reference textbooks published within the prior three years on basic topics in food producing animal medicine or surgery (such as diagnosis, therapy or surgery)

 

Y

N

 

2.1.2. 2 or more current subscriptions to journals that are generally accepted as authoritative in recent developments in food producing animal medicine or surgery; OR alternatively, a subscription to a computerized veterinary information network

 

Y

N

 

2.1.3. (a) a copy of the Veterinarians Act (Bill 39)

 

Y

N

 

(b) and the regulations (O.Reg.1093),

 

Y

N

 

(c) minimum standards

 

Y

N

 

(d) by-laws under the Act

 

Y

N

  2.1.4. a copy of the Health of Animals Act (Canada).      

 

2.1.5. A copy of the current regulations made under the Drug and Pharmacies Regulation Act, and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Schedules),

 

Y

N

  2.1.6. a copy of the Compendium of Medicating Ingredients Brochures,      

 

2.1.7. A human pharmaceutical reference that is relevant to the Canadian context

 

Y

N

 

2.1.8. A copy of the Compendium of Veterinary Products or CDMV Compendium published within the last three years

 

Y

N

2.1.N The above library requirements may be met by having access to an electronic equivalent.

3.0

Client Amenities

     
3.1. The facility contains a reception area.   Y N
  3.1.N The reception area cannot be within the examination room.      
3.2. The reception area,      
  3.2.1. is free from physical impediments or obstructions,   Y N
  3.2.2. contains sufficient seating for the reasonably expected number of clients.   Y N
3.3. The furniture in the reception area is clean and in good repair.   Y N
3.4. The facility contains a washroom that can be used by clients.   Y N

4.0

Examination Area

     

4.1.

The facility contains an area for the physical examination of animals.

 

Y

N

  4.1.N The examination area may also be used as a treatment area or a confinement area or both.      

4.2.

The examination area is,

 

Y

N

 

4.2.1. large enough for a veterinarian to examine an animal conveniently with a client present in the area, together with the required equipment,

 

Y

N

 

4.2.2. constructed of readily sanitized material,

 

Y

N

 

4.2.3. well lit.

 

Y

N

4.3.

The examination area contains a waste receptacle.

 

Y

N

4.4. The following equipment is readily available for each examination area in the facility,      
  4.4.1. appropriate restraint devices (e.g. rope),   Y N
  4.4.2. stethoscope,   Y N
  4.4.3. alcohol or other disinfectant,   Y N
  4.4.4. thermometer,   Y N
  4.4.5. examination gloves,   Y N
  4.4.6. lubricant,   Y N

 

4.4.7. examination light,

 

Y

N

5.0

Pharmacy

     

5.1.

There is evidence of compliance with Part III of the Regulations. As of November 24, 2015, Ontario Regulation 1093 Part III includes the following provisions.

 

Y

N

 

A member shall keep a record of every drug he or she purchases and, immediately upon receiving the drug, the member shall enter the following information in the record,

 

 

 

 

5.1.25.1. Is there a system for filing the records of purchasing drugs?

 

Y

N

 

5.1.25.2. Do these records contain the following information?

 

Y

N

 

5.1.25.2.1. the date of the purchase of the drug and if different, the date the member received the drug;

 

Y

N

 

5.1.25.2.2. the name, strength and quantity of the drug received;

 

Y

N

 

5.1.25.2.3. the name and address of the person from whom the drug was purchased

 

Y

N

 

5.1.25.2.4. the purchase price; and

 

Y

N

 

5.1.25.2.5. evidence of the signature of the member who purchased controlled substances, ketamine and targeted drugs and the signature of the person who received it

 

Y

N

  5.1.27.1. A member who dispenses a drug shall make a written record showing:      
  5.1.27.1.1. the name and address of the owner of the animal or group of animals for which the drug is prescribed;   Y N
  5.1.27.1.2. the name, strength and quantity of the prescribed drug;   Y N

 

5.1.27.1.3. the directions for use if they are different than the directions for use on the manufacturer’s label or if the manufacturer’s label does not specify the directions for use;

 

Y

N

  5.1.27.1.4. the date on which the drug is dispensed.   Y N
  5.1.27.2. Are the written records retained for at least five years.(Not applicable if new facility) N/A Y N
  Are drugs dispensed from the hospital? (Either Y or N)
If yes,  
  Y N

 

5.1.27.3. Are the containers in which the drugs are dispensed marked with,

 

Y

N

 

5.1.27.3.1. the name, strength and quantity of the drug;

 

Y

N

 

5.1.27.3.2. the date the drug is dispensed;

 

Y

N

 

5.1.27.3.3. the name and address of the member;

 

Y

N

 

5.1.27.3.4. the identify of the animal or group of animals for which it is dispensed;

 

Y

N

 

5.1.27.3.5. the name of the owner of the animal or animals; and

 

Y

N

  5.1.27.3.6. prescribed directions for use.   Y N
  5.1.27.3.7. when the member dispenses a drug or substance for use in food producing animals, the container in which the drug or substance is dispensed shall include on the label, legibly and conspicuously displayed on the outer surface of the container, a warning of an appropriate withholding time, which shall be at least as long as the withholding time recommended by the manufacturer.   Y N
  5.1.28.1. If controlled substances are dispensed from the facility, a controlled substances register is kept and contains the following information:   Y N

 

5.1.28.1.1. The date the controlled substance is dispensed or administered,

 

Y

N

 

5.1.28.1.2. The name and address of the client,

 

Y

N

 

4.1.28.1.3. The name, strength and quantity of the controlled substance dispensed or administered, and

 

Y

N

 

5.1.28.1.4. The quantity of the controlled substance remaining in the member’s inventory after the controlled substance is dispensed or administered.

 

Y

N

  5.1.28. Are all controlled substances recorded in the log?      

 

5.1.28.1.4. Are all controlled drugs and narcotics kept in a locked cabinet designed and constructed to ensure the reasonable security of the drugs.

 

Y

N

5.2.

Secondary containers for the storage of drugs within the facility have labels containing the name, strength where applicable, lot number and expiry date of the drug.

 

Y

N

5.3.

Expired drugs are kept separate from unexpired drugs and are discarded or returned to the manufacturer promptly after expiry.

 

Y

N

5.4.

Biologics and other drugs in the base unit requiring refrigeration are kept in a refrigerator.

 

Y

N

5.5. The facility contains at least one of each of the following,      

 

5.5.1. adrenergic/sympathomimetic

 

Y

N

 

5.5.2. analgesic

 

Y

N

 

5.5.3. sedative/tranquilizer

 

Y

N

 

5.5.4. anesthetic: local/regional

 

Y

N

 

5.5.5. anti-inflammatory

 

Y

N

 

5.5.6. anti-microbial for intramuscular, intramammary, and intravenous administration,

 

Y

N

 

5.5.7. diuretic

 

Y

N

 

5.5.8. replacement fluids, including those for intravenous administration,

 

Y

N

  5.5.9. oral electrolyte,      

 

5.5.10. anti-convulsant,

 

Y

N

 

5.5.11. surfactant,

 

Y

N

  5.5.12. parasiticide.      

5.6.

The facility contains biologics for common infectious diseases.

 

Y

N

6.0

Laboratory

     
6.1. The facility contains      
  6.1.1. microscope, microscope slides and cover slips,   Y N
  6.1.2. centrifuge and centrifuge tubes,   Y N
  6.1.3. microhematocrit centrifuge, microhematocrit capillary tubes and tube sealant,   Y N
  6.1.4. refractometer   Y N
  6.1.5. urinalysis test strip or tablet reagents or both,   Y N
  6.1.6. staining solutions and chemicals for blood, urine and cytology examinations,   Y N
  6.1.7. solutions and equipment for performing fecal examinations,   Y N
  6.1.8. equipment suitable for the collection of the specimens needed for the procedures in clause 6.2.   Y N
  6.1.9. forms for recording laboratory test results.   Y N
  6.1.N The centrifuges required by Items 6.1.2 and 6.1.3 may be the same if the machine is suitable for both types.   Y N
6.2. In addition to the necropsy standards in Part 12, the following investigation procedures can be performed within the facility or there is evidence of an arrangement that such procedures are performed by a diagnostic laboratory or there is a suitable combination for the performance of such procedures,      
  6.2.1. hematology,   Y N
  6.2.2. biochemistry   Y N
  6.2.3. immunology,   Y N
  6.2.4. cytology,   Y N
  6.2.5. microbiology,   Y N
  6.2.6. histopathology,   Y N
  6.2.7. parasitology.   Y N

7.0

Radiology

     
  7.0.N This part does not apply to a facility in which no orthopedic surgery is performed.      

7.1.

The facility contains a diagnostic x-ray machine with a collimator or cone.

 

Y

N

7.2.

The facility contains,

 

 

 

  7.2.1. two protective aprons each of at least 0.5 lead equivalent that are long enough to cover an operator from the neck to below the knees,   Y N
  7.2.2. at least one pair of gloves of at least 0.5 lead equivalent with cuffs at least 37.5 cm. long,   Y N
  7.2.3. individual monitoring badges obtained from Health and Welfare Canada, that are worn by all people regularly involved in radiology procedures.   Y N
  7.2.4. equipment to identify radiographs all of which are permanently identified with,   Y N
  7.2.4.1. the name of the veterinarian or the designation of the facility or both,   Y N
  7.2.4.2. identification of the animal and the client   Y N
  7.2.4.3. the date of the radiograph,   Y N
  7.2.4.4. an indication of the area of the body including the left or right side of the animal.   Y N
  7.2.5. a radiographic log in which is entered,   Y N
  7.2.5.1. the date each radiograph is taken   Y N
  7.2.5.2. identification of the animal and of the client   Y N
  7.2.5.3. MAS and kV, if varies from the technique chart,   Y N
  7.2.5.4. the area of the body exposed to the radiograph,   Y N
  7.2.5.5. the number of radiographs taken of each animal on a particular visit.   Y N
  7.2.6. at least 2 film cassettes (holders),   Y N
  7.2.7. fresh, unexposed x-ray film that is properly stored and is readily available in the facility,   Y N
  7.2.8. a machine that automatically develops radiographs, N/A Y  
  or alternatively, a dark room which contains, N/A Y  
  If yes,      
  7.2.8.1. a tank or tray containing fresh chemicals for developing and fixing exposed film,   Y N
  7.2.8.2. a tank or tray containing water for washing film,   Y N
  7.2.8.3. a tank thermometer,   Y N
  7.2.8.4. a safety light,   Y N
  7.2.8.5. film hangers,   Y N
  7.2.9. a radiographic viewer.   Y N
  7.2.10. technique charts, one calibrated for each diagnostic x-ray machine, that indicate the MAS and kV and focal distance for specific body area and thickness’,   Y N
  7.2.11. protective equipment which includes, at least two thyroid protectors.   Y N
7.3. For each x-ray source in the mobile unit, an application in accordance with Section 6 or 7 of Ontario Regulation 861/90, made under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, has been reviewed and accepted by an inspector under that Act and a registration number has been issued.
Registration # ________________________________________
  Y N
7.4. Radiographs not stored with the clinical record for the animal are stored collectively and maintained in a systematic manner and, in either case, are retained for a period of at least 5 years.   Y N
7.5 The radiographs are of diagnostic quality.   Y N

8.0

Treatment Area

     
8.1. The facility contains one or more treatment areas which can be used for performing minor (non-sterile) surgery.   Y N
  8.1.N The treatment area is separate from the reception area.      
8.2. Each such area is large enough to accommodate readily a veterinarian, an animal, any necessary assistants and the required equipment.   Y N
8.3. The treatment area contains or has readily available,   Y N
  8.3.1. electric hair clippers and a fine surgical blade or a razor for hair removal,   Y N

 

8.3.2. preparations for cleansing skin and other tissue prior to surgery, including a skin cleaning solvent and an antiseptic skin preparation solution

 

Y

N

 

8.3.3. a tray or container of fresh cold-sterilization solution and concentrate or sterilized packs with appropriate instrumentation

 

Y

N

 

8.3.4. absorbable and non-absorbable sterile suture material,

 

Y

N

  8.3.5. a drained sink with hot and cold running water,      

 

8.3.6. sterile intravenous catheters and administration sets,

 

Y

N

 

8.3.7. intravenous stand or equivalent,

 

Y

N

 

8.3.8. drainage tubes, irrigation solutions and irrigation application supplies,

 

Y

N

 

8.3.9. sterile needles and syringes,

 

Y

N

 

8.3.10. cotton, sterile gauze, bandages and appropriate splinting devices,

 

Y

N

 

8.3.11. sterile urinary catheters,

 

Y

N

  8.3.12. at least two appropriately sized stomach tubes,   Y N
  8.3.13. trocar and cannula.   Y N

9.0

Anaesthesia

 

 

 

  9.0.N Part 9 applies to a facility in which general anaesthesia is administered.      

9.1.

The facility contains an area for the administration of general anaesthesia.

 

Y

N

  9.1.N The anaesthesia area may be part of the operating area.      
9.2. The anaesthesia area has emergency lighting in case of a power failure.   Y N
  9.2.N If general anaesthesia is administered in the facility only by intravenous, and not by gaseous means, then Standard 9.4, and not Standard 9.3 applies.      
9.3. The anaesthesia area contains,      
  9.3.1. pre-anaesthetic agents.   Y N
  9.3.2. induction anaesthetic agents for intravenous administration,   Y N
  9.3.3. anaesthetic and pre-anaesthetic antagonists,   Y N
  9.3.4. antiseptic agent for venipuncture preparation,   Y N
  9.3.5. sterilized needles and syringes,   Y N
  9.3.6. a stethoscope,   Y N
  9.3.7. a cover for the prevention of heat loss from an anaesthetized animal,   Y N
  9.3.8. cuffed endotracheal tubes and tube adaptors appropriate to the tracheal sizes of reasonably expected animals,   Y N
  9.3.9. a machine for the administration of gaseous anaesthesia that includes a canister containing a fresh agent to absorb carbon dioxide,   Y N
  9.3.10. gaseous agent for the induction and maintenance of general anaesthesia,   Y N
  9.3.11. a cylinder of compressed medical oxygen that is securely fastened,   Y N
  9.3.12. a gas scavenging system that complies with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act,   Y N
  9.3.13. a bag device for monitoring respiration or an electronic respiratory monitor.   Y N
9.4. The anaesthesia area contains,      
  9.4.1. pre-anaesthetic agents,   Y N
  9.4.2. anaesthetic agents for intravenous administration,   Y N
  9.4.3. antiseptic agent for venipuncture preparation,   Y N
  9.4.4. sterilized needles and syringes,   Y N
  9.4.5. a cylinder of compressed medical oxygen, a means of holding it securely for purposes of safety and a device for administration of the oxygen,   Y N
  9.4.6. a stethoscope.   Y N
9.5. The facility contains an anaesthetic log, either alone or in combination with the surgical log, in which is entered in respect of each induction of general anaesthesia,      
  9.3.1. the date of each procedure   Y N
  9.3.2. the identification of the client,   Y N
  9.3.3. the breed, age, sex, estimated weight and identity of the anaesthetized animal,   Y N
  9.3.4. the name, dose and route of administration of all anaesthetic agents,   Y N
  9.3.5. the nature of each procedure,   Y N
  9.3.6. the animal’s pre-anaesthetic condition,   Y N
  9.3.7. the animal’s post-anaesthetic condition.   Y N

10.0

Operating Area

     

10.1.

The facility contains an area for the performance of major surgical procedures.

 

Y

N

10.2.

The facility contains,

 

 

 

  10.2.1. a steam sterilizer of sufficient size to sterilize the quantity of surgical packs necessary for the reasonably expected case load (a gas sterilizer may be present but it is not a substitute for the steam sterilizer).   Y N
10.3. The operating area,      
  10.3.1. is large enough to accommodate readily a veterinarian, an animal, any necessary assistants and the required equipment,   Y N
  10.3.2. has a drained floor constructed of solid, fluid impervious material that can be readily sanitized,   Y N
  10.3.3. contains an operating table or an adequately padded area for the surgical procedures performed.   Y N
10.4. The operating area contains, or has readily available,      
  10.4.1. absorbable and non-absorbable sterile suture material,   Y N
  10.4.2. instruments, towels, drapes, gloves, gowns, gauze sponges, needles and scalpel blades, which are sterilized,   Y N
  10.4.3. an instrument table or tray with readily sanitized surface,   Y N
  10.4.4. a garbage disposal container,   Y N
  10.4.5. a drained sink with hot and cold running water,   Y N
  10.4.6. all items sterilized in the facility display the date of sterilization and the name or initials of the person who carried out the sterilization.   Y N
  10.4.7. sufficient sterile instruments including at least,   Y N
  10.4.7.1. scalpel handle (not required if disposable scalpels are used),   Y N
  10.4.7.2. scissors,   Y N
  10.4.7.3. suture needles,   Y N
  10.4.7.4. 1 needle driver,   Y N
  10.4.7.5. 2 thumb forceps   Y N
  10.4.7.6. 4 hemostatic forceps,   Y N
  10.4.8. an internal sterility monitor.   Y N
10.5. The facility contains a surgical log, either alone or in conjunction with the anaesthetic log, in which is entered in respect of each major surgical procedure performed in the facility,      
  10.5.1. the date of each procedure, N/A Y  
  10.5.2. the identification of the client, N/A Y  
  10.5.3. the breed, age, sex, estimated weight and identity of the animal upon which the procedure is performed,   Y N
  10.5.4. the name of the surgeon,   Y N
  10.5.5. the nature of each procedure,   Y N
  10.5.6. the animal’s pre-operative condition,   Y N
  10.5.7. the animal’s post-operative condition,   Y N
  10.5.8. the length of time taken to perform the procedure.   Y N

11.0

Confinement

     
11.1. There are one or more areas for the confinement of animals in compartments.   Y N
11.2. The confinement area,      
  11.2.1. contains enough compartments to accommodate the reasonably expected number of confined animals,   Y N
  11.2.2. is well lit,   Y N
  11.2.3. has adequate air circulation in it.   Y N
11.3. Each compartment,      
  11.3.1. is large enough to accommodate the animal comfortably,   Y N
  11.3.2. allows adequate amounts of air to circulate within it,   Y N
  11.3.3. is secure and solidly constructed,   Y N
  11.3.4. permits easy observation of the animal,   Y N
  11.3.5. has a door effective to prevent the contained animal from escape.   Y N
11.4. The facility contains,      
  11.4.1. equipment and materials for applying disinfectants to compartments,   Y N
  11.4.2. material for clean, dry bedding,   Y N
  11.4.3. devices for capturing and restraining animals,   Y N
  11.4.4. covers for the prevention of heat loss,   Y N
  11.4.5. equipment and materials for identifying animals and their compartments,   Y N
  11.4.6. containers for waste from confinement areas.   Y N
11.5. The waste containers for the confinement areas are emptied daily.   Y N
11.6. For the purposes of feeding and watering confined animals, the facility contains,      
  11.6.1. a dry area for the storage of food,   Y N
  11.6.2. containers and utensils for feeding and watering animals that are made of readily sanitized material or are disposable,   Y N
  11.6.3. a fresh water supply.   Y N
11.7. The food storage area contains sufficient quantity and variety of food to feed nutritiously the reasonably expected number of confined animals.   Y N
11.8. There is evidence of good husbandry in the confinement area.   Y N

12.0

Necropsy

     
12.1. The facility contains an area that can be used for the performance of necropsy unless the necropsy is performed elsewhere.   Y N
12.2. If necropsies are done in the facility: (Either) N/A Y  
  If yes,
The following is readily available,
     
  12.2.1. sufficient equipment to perform a necropsy,   Y N
  12.2.2. containers of formalin.   Y N

13.0

Housekeeping

     

13.1.

The facility contains a puncture-proof container into which needles, scalpel blades and other things capable of penetrating skin are discarded.

 

Y

N

13.2.

The entire facility is clean, uncluttered, in good repair and free of offensive odours. Hallways, the reception area and the area around the building are free of impediments and obstructions.

 

Y

N

13.3.

The floors and walls throughout the entire facility are readily sanitized.

 

Y

N

13.4.

The facility contains an adequate supply of clean towels and coveralls or lab coats or smocks.

 

Y

N

14.0

Safety

     
14.1. Clear written instructions for the evacuation of animals and staff from the facility in case of fire or other emergency are posted prominently.   Y N
14.2. Emergency telephone numbers for police, fire department, hospital and poison control centre are posted.   Y N
14.3. There is a source of emergency lighting in the facility, e.g. large flashlight.   Y N
14.4. Doors and windows are self-closing or otherwise secured to prevent the escape of animals and the theft of drugs.   Y N
14.5. There is adequate exterior illumination of entrances, walkways and parking areas.   Y N
14.6. The facility contains at least one readily accessible all-purpose fire extinguisher.   Y N
  14.N. The facility is expected to comply with the current local municipal fire code.   Y N

15.0

Regulation 1093

     

15.0

Every member practising in or from a facility …. shall ensure that the Certificate of Accreditation is displayed conspicuously in the facility so that clients can read it easily (O.REG.1093) (not applicable to new facilities or to a facility that is being inspected because it has moved until the certificate has been issued)

N/A

Y

N