NORTH BERGEN, N.J. - EcoVenger announced the Nov. 29 webinar ‘IPM for Hotels’ CEU Virtual Academy. The event focuses on avenues of an IPM Program that is specifically designed for hotels and hospitality facilities. The topics include decision making, program planning, implementation, prevention, control methods, as well as chemical and green options. Sign up for this webinar at https://tinyurl.com/2p8p8anh.
Description: Guests, hotel employees, and service deliveries will be the main vehicles that carry pests into a hotel. Pests require food, harborage, water, and warmth to survive and may find all of these needs within a hotel room. Guest rooms share a network of plumbing, electrical, computer, and utility lines and cables. These lines travel both vertically and horizontally throughout the building and from room to room. Technicians must think three-dimensionally when dealing with pest issues that may impact more than one room, area, floor, or even floors of rooms. Due to the sheer number of visitors to these facilities, technicians need to make sure their service frequency is in line with the potential for pest pressures. One must also understand the design of the facility to determine where pests may spread. Early detection and prompt, effective action is critical to prevent bed bugs from becoming established in a multiple-unit complex. Once established, bed bugs are among the most difficult and expensive pests to control. Success demands aggressive action and perseverance in tracking down and eliminating every last bug. In this webinar, speaker will explore the IPM methods for effectively controlling this pest in a sensitive and busy environment.
All PMPs are welcome and can benefit greatly from this webinar! CEU credit will be credited to PMPs that are licensed in the states of DE, GA, NJ, & NM in this program. The EcoVenger team will provide a complimentary credit application process through each state agency once all requirements are met and submitted by the attendees. After the program, attendees will receive a Certificate of Achievement along with access to class-mate-only special promos provided by EcoVenger along with the opportunity to sign-up for a free product test run. CEU credit application from PMPs will be accepted in the state.
Dennis Judy, longtime national technical manager for Orkin and technical director with Allgood Pest Solutions will be sharing valuable guidelines and know-hows based on his professional experience in pest management practice and coaching for more than 40 years.
Learn more at https://tinyurl.com/2p8p8anh