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How do you get rid of pests in a commercial facility?

As you might assume, sanitation is a crucially vital concept in relation to the management of just about all urban pests. Rodents, insects or biological contaminants (fungi, molds or microbes etc.). From your local pest control specialist’s perspective, it is repeatedly unsanitary conditions that offer water, food, shelter or a camouflaged means of movement for pathogens and urban pests. Sanitary environments impact whether pathogens and urban pests will be present, become established and/or self-sustaining. These days more than ever, customers anticipate pure, clean food and pharmaceutical commodities that are organized, stored and served in sanitary conditions which are not only pest free, but also pesticide and other chemical contaminants free as well. A superior level of sanitation is but one piece of the pest management puzzle, but certainly the most essential part. Sanitation programs receiving attention, full support and involvement from the highest levels of management from within the facility achieve the best results. Experienced local pest control specialists have always highlighted the role of sanitation as a fundamental part of any pest management program, meaning that when we command the supplies of water, food and shelter that pests necessitate for survival, we thus influence pests from the ability to thrive and reproduce.

Challenges of Pest Management in Food Facilities (restaurants, bars, warehouses, processing plants etc.)

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Extreme temperatures, dust, grease and the over abundance of moisture from processing will cause deposits of insecticides to become ineffectual.

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Machinery, sanitation operations, workers etc. rapidly destroy rodent and insect traps.

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Supplies and raw food entering the facility could be a source of pests.

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Insects are attracted to bright lights on the exterior of the facility.

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The unwillingness of management to devote money to pest management programs.

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Federal and provincial laws that impose restrictions on pest management programs.

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Sanitation programs can rapidly wipe out insecticides.

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Facilities operating 24/7 are more difficult to execute pest management and sanitation programs.

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Aromas from numerous foods attract insects and wildlife to the facility.

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Buildings offer warmth, moisture and shelter which attract pests.

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Older structures and buildings with cracks and voids offer multiple entry points for pests.

Floor Level Inspection (environmental inspection)

Local pest control specialists offering food companies inspections usually focus on as many objects and areas in the procedure that have the possibility to alter the manufactured goods being processed and served. This includes treating machinery, floors, ceilings, walls, overhead piping, raw product ingredient storing practices, shipping docks, warehousing, receiving docks and the direct grounds around the facility to name a few. Many food facilities are under substantial pest strain from the external grounds, incoming deliveries, Shipping and receiving doors frequently open for operating procedures and other issues.

The Compulsory Alliance

It is vital for your local pest control specialist to convey to the food plant upper management that sanitation and all pest management programs are deemed as operating urgencies. Most plant managers realize the possible health, legal and financial penalties of pest plagues and/or merchandise recalls. The collaboration of all senior staff is crucial to achieve the collaboration of the rest of the plant employees. It is equally important for your pest control specialist to evaluate the complete facility blueprint with plant management, to become entirely aware with all characteristics of the facility and its operations. Before the floor level inspection, the plant managers should be questioned about prior history of floor level inspections, current or previous pest infestations, and all operating practices concerning product receiving inspection procedures, stock rotation, storage, vehicle inspections, damaged goods storage and removal, facility maintenance, waste disposal, grounds keeping and any additional procedures that may alter the facilities pest management and sanitation programs. Engaging in this type of assessment with plant management and pest control specialists will ensure both effective communication and pest management within the facility. The overall sanitation program within the facility should be under the supervision of an individual designated for this purpose, this individual is usually the quality control manager and is usually the main contact for the hired pest control specialist and attaining cooperation, which involves approving procedures and duties for applying chemical and non-chemical countermeasures. In pay back for their cooperation the quality control manager receives from the pest control specialist the advantage of another set of skilled eyes to notice dilemmas, an adept understanding of pests, and the means to handle those pest problems. In numerous cases the pest control specialists’ proposals help the QC manager to acquire management authorization for improvements. Sanitation assessments also urge follow-up by facility employees on duties they agreed to complete, for any pest management program to be effective, an alliance is obligatory between the pest control specialist and the facility.

Advantages of Sanitation Assessments

Both the pest control specialist and the food facility gain from a thorough sanitation assessment.

The Pest Control Specialist
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Accomplishes superior collaboration from food facilities in rectifying environments that might impede the pest management service.

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Allows for monitoring of the scope and class of the pest management service.

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Alerted to deficiencies before they become a problem.

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Maintains a high level of pest management service.

The Food Facility (restaurants, bars, warehouses, processing plants etc.)
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Obtains positive suggestions, allowing it to make corrective actions to avert pest complications.

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Allows the plant to prevent regulatory actions, loss of revenue, loss of clients and avoiding bad publicity.

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Allows the plant to accomplish preventative pest management and preventative sanitation solutions.

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Offers the best return on dollars from its sanitation program.

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Informs the plant of possible issues and what corrective steps to take before food is contaminated or spoiled.

Commercial Bird Control & Bird Exclusion Techniques

Pest Bird Exclusion Netting With Access Zipper

ICU Pest Control also offers a wide variety of commercial bird deterrents, commercial bird control netting, commercial bird nest removal, commercial bird control spikes to name a few. Commercial bird control netting is very effective as it provides complete bird exclusion not allowing pest birds to enter the area. In some situations, simply not allowing birds to sit over certain areas will stop damage or loss of product all together. Pest bird control spikes are also very effective in keeping pest birds off window ledges or roof edges which stops general defacing of building from there droppings. ICU Pest Control can customize a commercial bird control plan to fit your facilities needs and budget.
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