Take this brief quiz to assess your facility
Make sure you understand common pitfalls
Dr. Ron Harrison gives an overview of pest management basics and what you can do to keep pests out of your facility.
Learn about third-party audit requirements and what you can do to ensure a higher score. These 5 simple steps will help you achieve your audit goals.
In this video, you’ll hear it straight from an auditor as Orkin teams up with NSF to share important things to note before your next third-party audit.
With the ever increasing demands on plant operations, sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of pest management details that can make a big difference on third-party audits. Make sure you understand common pitfalls so you don’t make easy-to-miss mistakes.read now
IPM emphasizes non-chemical methods of pest prevention, such as facility maintenance and sanitation. Take this brief quiz to assess your facility’s current pest management status and the steps you should take to develop and foster an effective IPM program.read now
Pest control is an important part of every major food-safety audit, accounting for up to 20% of a facility’s total score. That’s why Orkin partners with NSF International, a leading independent provider of food safety service, to provide you with custom tips and helpful reminders that can have a positive impact on your audit score. The following are basic steps your facility should complete in preparation for your next audit.
• Review auditor’s requirements with your pest specialist
• Review on-site documentation with your pest specialist
• Walk the interior of the facility with your pest specialist
Get the full pre-audit checklist and prepare your facility for an outstanding pest control score on your upcoming audit by visiting MyAuditPrep.com
Thorough and effective pest control is fundamental to your performance on third-party audits. That’s why you need an expert.
At Orkin, we understand that pests and the pathogens they carry must be kept far away from your products to prevent foodborne illnesses and that it should be done with minimally invasive pest control treatments.
So when you choose Orkin’s Food Safety Precision Protection™, you’ll get a program that is designed specifically for the food manufacturing industry. It comes complete with Orkin Gold Medal QA™, a system of comprehensive documentation and audit support anytime you need it.
Pest control is a process, not a one-time event. That’s why Orkin’s Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach follows an ongoing cycle of three activities: Assess, Implement and Monitor. Our focus on IPM helps keep pests away day in and day out, ensuring maximum protection with minimum exposure.
As an important part of every major food-safety audit, pest control accounts for up to 20% of a facility’s total score. Our partnership with NSF allows us to provide you with the most recent industry trends and information for you next audit. Visit MyAuditPrep.com for more information.