Importance of Preventive Technology for Pest Control | IWCMC

  • Importance of Preventive Technology for Pest Control

    Pests such as mice, rats, moths, ants or cockroaches cause high economic damage and represent increased health risks in every company or home. In particular, companies that process, treat or manufacture food, in particular, are subject to the legal obligation to carry out pest monitoring. In addition, they have to document these controls seamlessly.

    Beaverton pest control

    Professional pest monitoring means preventive chemical, biological or physical pest control. Consists of risk analysis, the localization and recognition of any pests that may be present, the professional control according to the current state of the art in strict compliance with all legal requirements and standards, as well as the future avoidance of pest infestation taking into account a trend analysis. This also includes other factors such as the identification of possible sources of danger. Example of the sources of danger includes construction and hygiene deficiencies or errors in storage.

    Professional documentation of operational pest control is also an important component in today’s quality management of a company. The online documentation system of Beaverton pest control supports you with transparent and time-saving user-friendliness, even for multiple locations. This means that you can have your company and home be checked for pest control at the same time.


    Why need pest monitoring technology?

    Pests not only pose a health risk but can also lead to the closure of ongoing operations. Pests cause great economic damage and are known to be both disease vectors and allergic reactions. The simultaneous damage to the image of a company affected by a pest infestation is also serious. It is therefore imperative to locate and monitor pests.

    Pest control technology: How often should pest monitoring be carried out?

    The risk of “uninvited guests” being dragged in via deliveries of goods and materials or an active influx of people from the surrounding area remains constant. How often pest monitoring should actually be carried out depends on the risk potential and the requirements of the respective company.

    The risk assessment by the pest controller determines at which interval a check is advisable. His expert knowledge of population, reproduction and behavior of the pests helps to take sustainable and successful action against the pests.

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