Common facility inspection issues
As part of its facility inspection process, the College monitors the types of deficiencies identified during inspections. This data is used to identify risk areas where veterinarians can direct their attention to ensure adherence to the standards.
Review the most common facility inspection issues
Efficiency in record keeping - anesthetic logs
Veterinary facilities can maintain the anesthetic/surgical log by compiling patient anesthetic monitoring charts in chronological order. This can be paper copies of the anesthetic monitoring charts in a binder, scanned copies in an electronic file, or electronic copies in a file that can easily be accessed and printed. A copy of the anesthetic monitoring chart should also be kept in the patient’s individual medical record. By doing this, the veterinary facility will not need to also keep a separate anesthetic/surgical log.
This will be effective as of August 1, 2020.
Revision to Minimum Standards for Veterinary Facilities in Ontario
2019 Annual Report
The College's 2019 Annual Report discusses the College's priorities and accomplishments throughout the year.