Integrated pest management (IPM) isn’t really a new idea. At its core is a proactive approach to pest management. It is all about not waiting for pests to overrun your property. With integrated pest management, your approach to pest management is well thought-out and planned. You already have a plan of attack, even before you get any infestation problems.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a proactive approach to pest control. For businesses, having an Integrated Pest Management Plan is a crucial component in sustaining the overall sanitation and safety of the workplace or place of business.
It is your way to ensure that you are always providing your clients with top-notch products and services. It is also your way of guaranteeing that your work crew is safe and healthy. Through your Integrated Pest Management Plan, your operation is sustained, consistent and safe.
You may think you have found the ideal block for building; but just because it's council- and builder-approved, it doesn't mean it's risk free.
One of the risk factors that many investors, builders and renovators fail to take into account is pests.
Are you planning building an extension or thinking of constructing a building? You should include a preventative pest treatment before you start!
One noticeable change in the outdoors as winter approaches is the absence of flying insects such as mosquitoes, flies and wasps etc. We associate these pests with spring and summer, a nuisance to outdoor activities and are thankful that the colder weather brings relief from their stings and bites; but a lack of flying pests does not mean a lack of all pests during the winter.
Whereas mosquitoes and wasps were flying overhead in the summer, mice, cockroaches and spiders could be crawling underfoot during the winter.
These pests are seeking shelter from the cold, and unfortunately our warm homes seem cozy to them too.
It is important to take preventative measures to keep pests out because they can cause more hazards than just cobwebs in the corner.
Pest control plays a crucial role in enabling essential businesses and organisations to provide safe products and services and to prevent disease outbreaks.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, restrictions have obviously been placed on some businesses considered non-essential , with many of them closing their doors until conditions allow them to reopen again.
However, there is a group that's decided to stay active even while we're not: pests.