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In March and April, Food Protection Services will be holding a recertification symposium throughout the Midwest. The symposium will update the fumigation and pest management industry on recent changes.

| February 18, 2011

In March and April, Food Protection Services will be holding a recertification symposium throughout the Midwest updating the fumigation and pest management industry on recent changes. 

The past few years, the fumigation and pest management industry have had  several changes with laws and regulations that many in the industry may be unaware or unfamiliar with. Through this one-day training course, the topics of change will be reviewed along with safety as a focus as it is the number one issue.  As the recent changes will be the focus, the speakers will also discuss the future of fumigants. If you are interested in attending, below is the list of training sessions. Contact John at fumig8r@aol.com if you are interested. 

March 29 – Kansas City, KS
March 31 – St Louis, MO
April 12 – Memphis, TN
April 14 – Chattanooga, TN
 
 

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