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Ecolab to Host Webinar on Rodent Prevention Tomorrow

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Ecolab’s Dr. John Barcay, a senior scientist in Ecolab’s Pest Elimination division, will present a webinar tomorrow at noon that will provide insights into rodent behavior, and food safety problems associated with rodents.

| September 19, 2011

Ecolab’s Dr. John Barcay, a senior scientist in Ecolab’s Pest Elimination division, will present a webinar tomorrow at noon that will provide insights into rodent behavior, and food safety problems associated with rodents. Webinar participants will be given actionable steps that owners, operators and their staff can take to prevent rodents from entering their facilities, and learn what businesses should expect of their pest service provider. The webinar will last one hour, including questions and answers. Restaurant owners, foodservice managers, grocery store and food industry personnel, QA managers at food and beverage processing plants

Use this link to register: https://ecolabevents.webex.com/ecolabevents/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=660651314

If you are unable to attend, a video of the presentation will be available after Sept. 27 at: youtube.com/FoodSafetyNet.

 

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