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PEST CONTROL


including workshops, awareness training, recommendations and regular reviews.


When it comes to outsourcing, working in partnership with an outsourced service supplier can provide a wide range of benefits including cost and time savings, providing experience and expertise and proactive pest control management.


Outsourcing pest control may be seen as an additional cost but it can reduce overheads and create efficiencies. The benefit of outsourcing these services and delivering an effective pest management strategy provides a strong case for adding value as well as contributing to the bottom line.


www.emprisegroup.co.uk TOP TIPS FOR BETTER PEST MANAGEMENT


1. Recognise that pests are a major concern for people


2. Make pest control a high priority in the management of your building(s)


3. Understand the potential damage to your organisation’s reputation if you suffer an outbreak


4. Create a pest management strategy that is aligned with your business strategy


5. Have an effective exclusion, restriction, destruction and monitoring system in place


6. Work with a pest control www.tomorrowsfm.com


services partner that operates strategically


7. Regularly review your pest management strategy and look to your service provider to continually develop its audits and improve any areas of concern


8. Partner with an organisation that understands your values and objectives


9. Put strategies in place to ensure all activities are carried out to the required standards


10. Ensure your pest control supplier is adaptable to your changing requirements


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