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At Rentokil Boecker®, we understand the risk of pests within the logistics and warehousing industry. Pests don’t only cause damage to stock, if auditors detect pests on site this can lead to site shutdowns and hefty fines.
With more attention being placed on quality assessment audits, certification programmes and accreditation, Rentokil Boecker® is positioned as the leading reference when it comes to Food Safety Management Systems quality audits of the leading assessment bodies like AIB, ISO22000, ISO14000 and 18000, HACCP, YUM, BRC, SQF, IFS, etc. with guaranteed audit results every time.
The Rentokil Boecker® approach goes beyond Integrated Pest Management™ (IPM™) into a robust programme that covers the IPM™ steps and adds the perspective of personalised solutions with a dedicated account manager and a dedicated technical team placed at your service for business or technical support.
Rentokil Boecker’s® solutions are designed to protect customers and enable them to stay in control:
The Infection Control Plan™ has proven its effectiveness based on four well-defined steps, implemented through the service programme; Inspect and Diagnose; Recommend; Disinfect; Continuous followup and lab testing
Effective and environmentally conscious fly control solutions to proactively prevent the risk and impact of costly infestations
Moths, beetles and other insects can get into stored food and how Rentokil Boecker® can help you with a range of effective fumigation control solutions
Rentokil Boecker® employs a five-stage approach to pest control, focusing on strategic preventative measures rather than a tactical reactive programme
Pest control starts with the design and construction of the building; the internal and external layout as well as construction materials. The design and construction in itself should prevent harbours of pests - deny access through doors, windows, vents, pipework, drains etc. and minimise the risk of access during business operations.
Rentokil Boecker® plans the actions needed to prevent a pest infestation, including physical, cultural and chemical methods and will provide recommendations to specify:
Implement the control measures that provide the most effective results and ensure safety:
In the event of a pest outbreak, clear identification of the pest is essential to determine the most appropriate control methods and preventive actions needed to avoid re-infestation.
Evaluate the effectiveness of the pest control programme, this can include: