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The IPM Control Program - Pest Control Services



The IPM control program consists of the following:

  1. Health and maintenance of the facility
  2. Connection
  3. Monitoring and registration (monitoring)
  4. Save data and recordings
  5. Control without the use of pesticides
  6. Pesticide control
  7. IPM Software Evaluation
  8. Quality Assurance

1. Monitoring and registration (monitoring):

Is to follow up, supervise and periodically monitor areas of pest incidence using traps and visual inspection and question workers within the facility.

From this it is clear that the problems in terms of the size and size of the problems and the extent of injury to develop the best method for the preparation of a series of actions to eliminate the problem.

  2. Health and maintenance of the facility:

Problems resulting from pests can be prevented and prevented through appropriate health measures.

  1. Remove waste piles periodically.
  2. Fill cracks and hiding places of lesions.
  3. Use of pest prevention measures within the facility.

3. Contact:

Collaboration between control personnel and employees within the facility to correct the control procedures is an essential part of the success of integrated control .

As well as training and learning programs for workers such as procedures - knowledge of the behavior of insects - Views of the means that lead to the activation and understanding and increase awareness of employees within the establishment and help the success of integrated control.

  4. Save data and records:

Registration of data on the number of insects, observations and places that need maintenance within the establishment in the performance record of the establishment. These records provide indicators for the control of the success of plans for control within the facility and the possibility of modifying plans according to the indicators of data recording.

5. Control without pesticide use:

The use of some methods and procedures in integrated control such as the use of monitoring traps, steam cleaning, pressure washing, freezing, suction and these methods are effective for long periods as a means of control gives the highest degree of safety.

6. Use of pesticides:

The use of pesticides is effective in integrated control when the problem is exacerbated

The use of pesticides should be followed when needed or when there is a problem such as the use of rodent stations and fly traps attractant as this helps to increase the effectiveness of control and be clear without affecting the environment and other types of organisms.

7. Program evaluation ( IPM ):

The process of monitoring records and indicators of the development of the presence of pests in the establishment and this is done periodically according to the plan of control by the control staff at the establishment and the measurement of the effectiveness of the control process constantly where changes are constantly made to the plan according to the evolution variables of pests throughout the year depending on the date of the pest In the facility and past experience.

8. Quality Assurance:

(Control and measurement) by the control personnel by the technical officer of the facility to the control personnel within the facility.

And to pass and inspect the application of control by the quality management control company and the preparation of reports of non-conformity and corrective actions and completion of the implementation of any measure to increase the effectiveness of control. (IPM)

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