Bulli Ray’s Dog Bite Prevention Online Training Course
Bulk Pricing below:
If you think occupational dog bite safety is expensive, think about the financial consequences of not offering training. We want every employee to be safe, so we have designed a program to help you make this important training available to all your employees in a cost effective manner. Your company can afford to protect your employees! Our video training program can benefit both seasoned employees and new hires.
Used alone or in conjunction with on-site training, this is the most economical way to protect your employees. This can easily be viewed over and over, for as many employees as you want. If you elect to have one employee go through our “train the trainer” program, the video training course will help become an important tool for your internal trainer to reinforce this information they train your other employees.
Our video training program consists of ten 5-6 minute modules (see the curriculum tab) with a bank of questions and interactive scenarios to help reinforce the training concepts.
Certificate of completion is available after course is completed and enrollee passes the course for your records.
How it works – Online ODBS Bulli Ray Training
Knowledge and awareness give your employees the power to avoid or safely handle their interaction with dogs in their daily activities. Reduce your incidences of dog bite encounters by giving your employees the tools and knowledge they need when they need it. You will never need to worry about the scheduling complications of bringing your employees to a specific location at specific times.
Price $55.00 per enrollee/employee
- 5 + $49.00 each
- 10 + $45.00 each
- 20 + $39.00 each
- 30 + $34.00 each
- 50 + $30.00 each
- 100 + $24.00 each
Dog Bite Safety Training Modules
Are you aware of the importance of posturing to avoid animal bites? Human postures & canine postures both play a major and vital role to the outcome of a potentially dangerous canine encounter. Most of the time, you can actually spot signs of an impending dog attack just by paying attention!
Employee Interaction with Customers and Their Dogs
Did you know that you are far more likely to be bitten by a dog when their owner is present? This little known fact is the reason why this training module is extremely important to pay attention too.
I-Messages are an effective and powerful tool that everyone possesses that will reduce canine aggression. What an I-Message means is the way you present your thoughts, feelings, concerns etc.
Site evaluation is the process of becoming aware of your surroundings. When you become aware of the layout of the site, and the presence of animals and other dangers, you will be able to address them appropriately. This training module teaches users how to determine if there is indeed one or more dogs on the property – even if the dogs are not clearly viable right away. It also shows viewers how to identify the safest routes of entry and exit of the property- and how to be forward thinking in case there are any surprises.
Entering the Yard
As a visitor to the site, entering the dog’s yard can change how to canine will react to your presence. Once you enter the yard, you are on the dog’s turf, and it is time to conduct yourself in a way that will not increase the likelihood of a dog bite or full on attack.
Approaching the Front Door
Aggression in dogs is an instinct that is the result of stimulation or agitation. Much of the time, dog aggression can be flipped on just as easily as turning on a light switch! Things you are doing could be stimulating a dog, and raising aggression, without you even realizing it!
While in the Home
Being inside the house with an animal can be extremely dangerous. Remember that dog bites are far more common when their owners are present, and being in the home puts you right in the center of the family, and you are in the dog’s territory. Not only are you vulnerable because of the circumstance, you are vulnerable because of the layout – there are far fewer exits and opportunities to flee from an aggressive dog when you are inside. This training module will teach users how to use commanding language when a dog is acting unsavory; it will also teach you how to adequately communicate with the dog’s owners in order to get them to help you work in a safer environment while in their home. Users even learn how to prevent injury if a contained dog has escaped and is coming after the “intruder”.
Making a Safe Exit
Once you have arrived to the property, evaluated the situation, and made it on the site safely – you have only concurred half of the task. Now that your business is done, and it is time to leave, you must make a safe exit from the site – that seems a lot easier than it actually is! Did you know that exiting the home or yard is actually one of the most dangerous times during your visit?
Defense Against a Single Dog Attack
After you have completed the previous training modules, you will possess the knowledge and skills needed to prevent a dog attack. However, it does happen from time to time that someone is faced with a dog attack- either because they have not applied their training techniques properly, or because they are very new to the situations and are unsure of what to do. Either way, coming face to face with a dangerous dog does mean that there is no way to avoid being bit at that point. Even if you are bit, it is crucial that you understand how to get the dog to stop attacking you. This module discusses the techniques to fend off a dog in full attack mode, as well as how to use the canine’s weaknesses to break free from their attack.
Defense Against a Pack Attack
Facing a pack attack from a group of dogs can be extremely terrifying. Making the wrong move can set them into action – an event that can be extremely gruesome and very dangerous to a person. Many people have suffered long lasting injuries, and even death as a result of a canine pack attack. This event can be prevented most of the time, even if attack seems imminent. While users are on this training module, they will be reminded about human and canine postures, and how they apply while facing a pack attack. They will also learn about pack behavior, and pack trigger points in order to understand why packs of dogs would attack together. Users will learn how to use this information in order to survive, and escape a dog pack attack.
Basic Client Requirements
- Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / MAC OSX 10.5 or newer
- Internet Explorer 7+ / Firefox 11+ / Google Chrome 15+ / Safari 5+
- Flash© Player 10+
- 250MB Video card. Later models give better video performance.
- 1.5MB or better LAN connection to network/server