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While pest-control companies welcome full-service contracts with food plants, involvement of plant personnel is essential if outcomes are to be optimized.
By considering the impact on pest prevention in other decision-making, food professionals can pick up the slack from time-stressed service technicians.
Electronic hardware and better data management is liberating service technicians to devise more effective remediation strategies by freeing them from mundane chores.
Throwing money at pest control is easy. Spending it effectively is the challenge in today's food and beverage production environments.
Greater involvement by plant personnel can result in best-in-class pest management.
Hollywood has its Dirty Dozen. In food production, the most-wanted list includes the Filthy 12.
A food illness outbreak may not shut down a plant, but woe to the processor who fails to maintain a rigorous pest control program.
Cameras, smart devices and other digital/electronic equipment can enhance a pest-management program.
A warm place to rest and all the food and drink desired describes the appeal of all-inclusive resorts for people -- and food processing facilities for insects and other pests.
As summer ends and winter approaches, food plant managers need to change their focus and strategy if they want to keep insects and rodents out of their plants.
Infestations demand pesticides, but routine fumigation is becoming a thing of the past in food and beverage plants.
FSMA compliance is front and center, and pest control specialists are thinking outside the box to keep rodents, birds and insects in check.
Accurate, comprehensive record-keeping is as much a part of a pest management program as setting traps.
Chemicals and other remedies may be effective in temporarily resolving a food plant’s pest infestation, but the right materials for keeping critters out in the first place is a wiser approach.