WVMA HACCP for Proper Drug Use Program
The WVMA Food Armor™ HACCP for Proper Drug Use is a six-step plan addressing both food safety and long-term proper drug use on dairies. The WVMA HACCP for Proper Drug Use is based on farm-by-farm implementation and requires the veterinarian to work closely with owners, managers and employees when defining specific roles within the VCPR, protocols and SOPs.
The WVMA Food Armor™ HACCP For Proper Drug Use is comprised of six steps:
1) Veterinarian/Client/Patient Relationship (VCPR) – identifying the VCPR team, 2) Drug List – finding all drugs used and how they are used, 3) Protocols – developing protocols based on the farm and skill sets of employees 4) SOPs – developing SOPs based on the farm and skill sets of employees, 5) Records – defining what needs to be recorded, and 6) Oversight – veterinary oversight to evaluate drug use, protocol/SOPs drift, and management/economic information.
The Outreach Specialist for the Food ArmorTM WVMA HACCP for Proper Drug Use program will be responsible for training, presenting, continuing to develop materials, supporting program participants, identifying and obtaining funding sources for the program, and other responsibilities as required.
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DEADLINE: Friday May 2, 2014