You should check that your pest control provider has suitable qualifications to carry out the job.
|Pest Control Qualifications||Description|
|Safe use of Rodenticide||This is an entry level qualification and is achieved at the initial stage. Operators with this qualification should be supervised by a trained member of staff.|
|Level 2 award in Pest Management||This is the basic qualification that all pest control technicians should achieve to carry out pest control treatments unsupervised.|
|Level 3 award in pest management / Certificated Advanced Technician in pest management||This qualification requires 2 years of experience in pest management. To achieve this qualification the technician will have demonstrated their ability to identify a wide range of pest species, understanding of legislation, knowledge of pest biology.|
|Certificated Field Biologist||This is an advanced qualification the pest control operator will have experience from working in a wide range of large and complex sites (e.g. food factories, supermarkets, warehouses). They will have provided a portfolio of detailed reports and been tested on advanced pest identification and pest management strategies.|
|More info||More info about pest control training and qualifications can be found on the British Pest Control Associations website Pest Management Training and Education from BPCA|
|British Pest Control Association||Peledex is a member of the British Pest Control Association (BPCA) – the trade body for the pest management industry in the UK.|
Our members logo is earned and we’re proud to display it because membership is a sign of professionalism and a mark of quality.
BPCA promotes best practice and being part of the organisation provides independent proof that we’re committed to excellence in every part of our business.
|Basis Prompt||Pest control qualifications do not have an expiry date but the industry is always evolving. With new products on the market, changes in legislation and arrivals of new pests it is important to keep our knowledge upto date. That is why we are members of the basis prompt register, to be a member there is a requirement to hold suitable qualifications and commit to continuing professional development. Each year we demonstrate this development to Basis Prompt by carrying out training, reading relevant publications and attending industry events.|
To check our details or find out more check the Basis Prompt Website
|CRRU||We are supporters of CRRU (Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use) We have committed to use rodenticide in line with the CRRU code in order to minimise risk to wildlife. more information can be found at the ThinkWildlife website.|