Leading a Team Virtually

Renee Schmid DVM, DABT, DABVT
DVM supervisor, Senior Consulting Veterinarian, Clinical Toxicology

Leading a team remotely can be a daunting thought if you generally work with everyone under one roof. This past year has stretched the creativity of leaders, as well as their staff, to limits most likely never thought were possible. The good news about leading remotely is that …

How SCI Has Supported the Community

During these unprecedented times, SafetyCall International is committed not only supporting our employees and clients but our community as well. “We Care” is a part of our core values and we have implemented these values into our community during these difficult times.

Over the past several weeks, we have donated lunches and dinners to local hospital’s Intensive Care Units, paramedic …

COVID-19 and Pets

SafetyCall International is a triple licensed health care practice by the boards of medicine, veterinary medicine, and pharmacy. Our mission is to make the world a safer place for our clients, their customers, animals, and pets. In order to support our animal health clients and pet owners alike will be continuing to share relevant information as it relates to animal

An Update on Cleaning Supplies from Our Toxicologists

There’s a lot of confusion about how to best protect humans and animals during these unprecedented times. People should not intentionally misuse cleaning products for any reason, including attempted treatment for or protection from COVID-19, and that includes their pets. As experts in toxicology, we feel it is important to be clear that the deliberate ingestion or injection of household …

SafetyCall’s Pandemic Preparedness Plan

We understand that you rely on SafetyCall for 24/7 consumer access to our health and safety experts. We take our commitment in providing this service seriously, which is why SafetyCall International has taken several precautions to keep our employees safe and ensure our service is interruption-free during the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

On Tuesday, March 10, we successfully tested …