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The following programs are approved by PACCC for continuing education credits if you are currently certified. The following reflects the number of CEUs available for each of the sessions. These programs are offered by third party education providers. For information, price, and how to register, please follow the links as indicated.

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1.5 CEU Safe ways on how to lead ore than one dog at a time!!

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Safe ways on how to lead ore than one dog at a time!! IBPSA

8 CEU Safety Manual

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Safety Manual Presenter; IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
Biography

This manual was developed as a guide to help facility owners build a proper safety manual. The 95 pages of this manual cover the following topics: Management Statement, Duties and Responsibilities, Accident Investigation – Procedures to Follow, Bloodborne Pathogens & Infectious Diseases – How to Protect Yourself, Bomb Threat Response – Procedures and Telephone Checklist Questions, Confined Spaces – Guidelines & Procedures to Follow when Working in a Confined Space, Drug and Alcohol Policy, Electrical Safety – Lock-out / Tag-out, Emergency Action Plan, including animal evacuation, Eye Protection, Fire Protection and Prevention, First Aid & Employee Health – Guidelines to Follow for Kits & Response, General Safety Rules, Hazardous Communication (HAZCOM) – Handling, Storage, and Proper Use of Chemicals, Housekeeping, Maintenance and Sanitation, Inspection – What, When, Where to Inspect Facility, Job Hazard Analysis – Conducted to Assess Job Hazard Risk, Ladders, Lifting – Procedures & Guidelines to Follow for Proper Lifting of Objects, Materials Handling – Basic Guidelines to Reduce Injury when Things are Transported/Moved, Motor Vehicles / Driver Qualifications, PAD Program – Automated External Defibrillator Usage, Painting – Risk and Exposures in Painting Operations, Personal Protection Equipment, Personal Safety – Guidelines to Follow to ensure Employee Safety, Plan Review – Annual Requirement for Administrator, Recordkeeping, Respiratory Protection, Safety Meetings, Safety Training and Education, Forms, Accident Report, Post-Accident Evaluation Form, Safety Inspection List, Hazcom Training Form, Bloodborne Pathogen Training Form, Hepatitis B Vaccination, Vehicle Use, and Safety Meetings.

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1 CEU Safety: Back Safety and Lifting

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Safety: Back Safety and Lifting Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
Biography

When it comes to back safety and lifting the force is against you! Teach your staff the proper way to lift and how to prevent back injuries with this informative, instructional presentation.

1 CEU Safety: Cold & Heat Stress Program

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Safety: Cold & Heat Stress Program Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
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Cold & Heat stress can affect any human or animal at anytime. Do you know the signs to look for? Factors that may increase risk of cold & heat stress? How to prevent it? This manual will help you and your staff stay safe & recognize the signs & symptoms of cold & heat stress.

2 CEU Safety: Cyber Security

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Safety: Cyber Security Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/
Biography

This program will give you planning guidance on how to protect your computer systems in a dangerous environment.

8 CEU Safety: Emergency Action Plan

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Safety: Emergency Action Plan Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
Biography

You never know as a business owner when or if it will happen to you. The question will be if you are ready or not? As a business, you face many perils including natural hazards, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and possible pandemic illness (H1N1, Ebola, COVID-19, etc.). A facility can also experience technology-related hazards such as getting hacked or a major malfunction of your equipment or software. And let’s not forget the human hazards of violence, accidents, terrorism and missing pet procedures. As a proactive business, the information in this downloadable Word Document will assist you in making sure you are prepared for any disaster.

1 CEU Safety: Ergonomics

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Safety: Ergonomics Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/
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The risks of developing Muscular-Skeletal Disorders (MSDs) and prevention.  Ergonomics is an applied science concerned with designing and arranging things people use so that the people and the things interact most efficiently.

1 CEU Safety: Fire Safety Program

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Safety: Fire Safety Program Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
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Does your staff know what to do in case of a fire? Do they know the different types of fires and how each should be extinguished without causing an even bigger fire? Make sure they have the proper training with this informative fire safety program on recognizing & preventing fires and the use of Extinguishers.

1 CEU Safety: Hearing Conservation Program

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Safety: Hearing Conservation Program Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/
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This program will help you recognize when and how to properly protect your hearing.

8 CEU Safety: IBPSA Safety Manual

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Safety: IBPSA Safety Manual Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
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This 50+ page editable Word document was created specifically for your pet care business. The document features forms that may be edited in Word, as well as forms designed to be printed and filled out by hand. Use this ready-to-go manual as part of an overall Safety Program to protect you, your employees, and the clients that you serve. Some Word proficiency needed to take full advantage of the editable functions such as customizing with your logo and branding. Zero Word proficiency? No problem! Manual is ready-to-go as-is. Forms, such as the Employee Accident Report, Safety Inspection, among many others, can be filled out by hand.

1 CEU Safety: Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls

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Safety: Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
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Falls can happen at any time, at any place. The best way to prevent falls is to recognize, correct and/or avoid tripping, slipping and falling hazards. Make sure your staff is fully informed with training tips provided in this Fall Protection Program.

1 CEU Safety: Workplace Violence Prevention

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Safety: Workplace Violence Prevention Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
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Workplace violence is one of the leading causes of job-related death and s a growing concern for employers and employees worldwide. Are you and your staff trained in the warning signs, how to prevent it, and how to react if it happens?  Get informed and trained with this important prevention program with information on violence prevention, warning signs, and responses.

2 CEU Safety:Hazard Communication including GHS

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Safety: Hazard Communication including GHS Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/ceu/
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Employees have the “Right-to-Know” or perhaps better defined as “Right-to-Understand” about the chemicals that they work with and are around in the work place.  This program also describes the Globally Harmonized System of standardization for Chemical classification and labeling.

1 CEU Separation Anxiety in Dogs– It takes a village.

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs– It takes a village.
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Separation anxiety seems to be on most dog parents’ minds nowadays, as the promise of covid vaccines portends a return to working in offices again. The time is now to start teaching dogs how to be independent and alone and that will take a team approach, which includes training, veterinary care, mental and physical enrichment, and pet-care alternatives. Learn about the latest developments in separation-related problems so that you can provide the best care to your client pups and their people.

1.5 CEU SMART Dog Park. Better for Dogs. Better for People

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SMART Dog Park. Better for Dogs. Better for People IBPSA

2 CEU Stephanie Shipley – Impementing a Canine Enrichment Program in Your Facility

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Stephanie Shipley – Impementing a Canine Enrichment Program in Your Facility Presenter: Presented at 2018 IBPSA Pet Care Services Educational Conference & Trade Show Website: https://petcareconference.com/
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This CEU approved session was presented at the 2018 IBPSA Pet Care Services Educational Conference & Trade Show, October 2-4, 2018, in St. Louis, Missouri. You must have attended in-person to receive credit. PACCC CEU information was provided at the time of the session. For more information on the session, visit https://petcareconference.com.

1 CEU Striving for Excellence in the Pet Care Services Industry

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Striving for Excellence in the Pet Care Services Industry Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/
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As we strive for excellence in the pet care services industry, how do we know if we’re there? How do we know what steps to take to get there? How do we differentiate ourselves to the pet owners within our community? These questions, frequently asked by those new to the industry and those in business for years who find themselves facing request for new or different services from their pet owners or are grappling with new competitors in their community, can be answered with a focus on industry standards and best practices in four key areas, known as the 4 E’s of Excellence.

1.5 CEU Surviving COVID-19-Best Practices for Navigating Uncertain Times

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Surviving COVID-19-Best Practices for Navigating Uncertain Times Presenter: IBPSA Website: https://www.ibpsa.com/
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Operations & HR – Why established “Core Values” are so important. At what point do I lay off staff? What do I say to my loyal team? Examples of decisions that had to be made while under pressure.  Marketing & PR – What is the difference and why does each matter so much? How to communicate with your clients and your people… examples of what to say, how to say it and pitfalls to avoid.  Sales & Customer Service – What is your “Why”? How has it changed since the pandemic? Who is our target client then and now?  Financial – ABCs of managing Cash Flow; Government Stimulus – Should we take it? Risks/Rewards

2 CEU Suzanne Locker & Jennifer Wolf-Pierson: Retrieve Results! Choosing and Managing the Services You Offer

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Suzanne Locker & Jennifer Wolf-Pierson: Retrieve Results! Choosing and Managing the Services You Offer Presenter: Presented at 2019 IBPSA Pet Care Services Educational Conference & Trade Show Website: https://petcareconference.com/
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This CEU approved session was presented at the 2019 IBPSA Pet Care Services Educational Conference & Trade Show, October 1-3, 2019, in Palm Springs, California. You must have attended in-person to receive credit. PACCC CEU information was provided at the time of the session. For more information on the session, visit https://petcareconference.com.