Operated by staff who have over 20 years, of knowledge & experience in pest management services, we are delighted to offer a no obligation proposal for our services to you.
As the industry changed on January 18 with the introduction of new legal requirements on the use of rodenticides & existing practices to change for the better to protect the Wildlife.
We comprehend & see the benefits of these changes in legislation, for not only the end user but for the development of the pest management industry. This is now a partnership approach with clients for our activity, ensuring the effective and economical reduction or elimination of damage caused by pests.
As supporters of CRRU (Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use) we conform to the principles established by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in respect of Integrated Pest Management (IPM), which can include a combination of habitat modification, biological control, physical control and chemical control.
Services are all provided in compliance with new CEPA EN: 16636 European standards for pest management. Adhering to the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine New Permanent Baiting” Rules & CRRU.
Staff involved in the surveying & proposal of services as well as Technicians carrying out the service are all qualified IPCA diploma or BPCA. Each member involved in the service is on the register of a Pest Management Trained Professional Users with their own PMU number, along with training certificates for CRRU-IASIS Wildlife Aware. Continues training for pest control operatives is also part of today’s standard & monitored by Irish Agricultural Supply Industry Standards (IASIS).
This ensures all listed PMU operators have individually reached the required points each year for additional training related to the environment & best practice in the industry at the time, for the pest management service.
All basic health & safety training must also be carried out to meet with the other requirements on Safepass, Manual Handling & more recently COVID 19 induction & best practice.
Legislation Affecting Pest Control Activities
The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
The Waste Management Act, 1996
E.C. Authorisation, Placing on The Market, Use and Control of Biocidal Products Regulations, 2001
The Dangerous Substances (Amendment) Act 1979
The Rats and Mice (Destruction) Act 1919
The Protection of Animals Act 1911 & (Amendment) 1965
The Wildlife Act 1976 and (Amendment) 2000
The Wild Birds Protection Act, 1930
CRRU Ireland 2016
Rodent control & monitoring
Flying Insect Control & monitoring
Crawling Insect Control & monitoring
Bird Control & Exclusion
Electric fly Units/Proofing & Fly screening
Independent Biologists & Entomologist reports & Training
Independent Drainage Survey and Remedial Works
No obligation review of your existing pest service, ensuring compliance