Our inspections have the following objectives.
- Inspect for, and assess the nature and extent of, any pest infestation.
- Highlight issues that might be conducive to the establishment of new infestations, or to the persistence of existing infestationsReview the pest control contractor's attendance and documentation.
- Review the quality of the pest monitoring and control, and conduct spot-checks on the contractor's service.
- Provide recommendations concerning potential improvements in the monitoring and control of pests.
All of our consultants are UK based but we offer our services widely throughout Europe and have carried out trouble-shooting inspections in Asia, Australasia, South America and west Africa.
We can identify the nature, extent and root cause of long-standing infestations, which others miss.Whether it be long-standing problems with rodent, insect or birds pests, or a pest control related non-conformity raised during an audit, we can assist. Our inspections have the following objectives.
We can identify the nature, extent and root cause of long-standing infestations, which others miss.
‘In-depth' pest control inspections are a requirement of the BRC Global Food Safety Standard. Technical, or Field Biologist, inspections are a requirement of the pest control codes of practice for all of the major UK multiple retailers. Our independent inspections fulfil this need, and can substitute directly for inspections provided by the pest control contractor. Contracted independent inspections offer the following benefits:
Improved performance from the pest control contractor
Potential cost savings; our recommendations are commercially unbiased
Access to an expert who is familiar with the site
Improved due diligence protection
Reports include a quantitative quality assurance assessment of the pest control contractor's performance. The graph above illustrates average contractor performance scores for those sites where we perform regular inspections.
We don't just say we can improve contractor performance, we have the statistics to prove it.