If you are in Food Safety, Education, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, LEEDs Building or another profession that requires you to focus on exposure to pest control chemicals you probably know what IPM stands for.
IPM or Integrated Pest Management service is the process by which a pest control company performs service by utilizing the least invasive method of controlling pests. The individual components of IPM include: inspection, monitoring, assessment, treatment and evaluation. Our inspection team has many years of experience, including degrees in Entomology, AIB Certifications and multi-agency audit experience.
We meet with your designated representative to set the parameters of the IPM Program. We will need to set up monitoring methods used, the frequency of monitoring, and the detail and information provided in the reports. Keep in mind that if a trap has zero pests it does not mean pests are not present. We may need to move the traps to new locations periodically.
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