USDA: Inspector Safety and Etiquette (Non Domestic Animals)
"Animal Care inspectors are asked to evaluate the care of many different types of animals housed in different situations.
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Many are asked to do onsite safety inspections of circuses, zoos, animal sanctuaries, or other facilities. Inspectors should understand how to behave when evaluating non-domestic animals such as primates, big and small non-domestic cats, elephants, marine mammals, or other zoo animals.
The USDA Non-Domestic Animals Inspection Checklist mobile app outlines some safety pointers and basic etiquette to be used when inspecting non-domestic animals. For example, you can ensure satisfactory animal welfare, that animal facilities are in good condition, there is proper separation between humans and animal contact, and much more.
Each safety inspection is saved in the GoCanvas Cloud. The information can then be shared as a PDF if it needs to be given to animal facility owners or kept for your records. This app can be downloaded to an iPhone, iPad, or Android device."
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