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Welcome to our online audit tool – designed as a thorough, but easy to use, checklist to help you benchmark how clean your practice is.
As we go through each room we will ask you how well you are doing on certain criteria, for example, “are hand washing/alcohol gel facilities available in the waiting room” and ask you to click “yes”, “no” or “N/A” if the point does not apply. You can also fill in notes on each point, to act as reminders for the future.
Please make sure you tick an answer for each hygiene check – even if the answer is N/A because that bit doesn’t apply to you – to make sure you get an accurate percentage score at the end.
When you finish, the tool will add up your hygiene ratings for each room, as well as giving you an overall practice score, which we will email to you, along with a copy of your audit.
We hope you will use it regularly – on a weekly basis if not more – and display how you’re doing to the rest of the practice team.
All done! Thank you for completing the practice audit.
We will now email you your scores, as well as a copy of the audit.
Please enter your details below. (Please note The Bella Moss Foundation stores details for use in sending charity updates and newsletters and to help us do our own audits we do not release emails or any personal details to any third parties.)
We hope you found the tool useful and that you come back and use it again, as well as taking a look at some of our fantastic educational resources for practices and pet owners.
The Bella Moss Foundation relies entirely on donations to help produce tools like the practice audit (in future, we hope to make it an app…) if you have found us and our resources useful then why not donate to help keep us going?
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