What Is A Pest Logbook?
A pest logbook is a resource for your team to accurately log any signs of pest activity for your campus. This is helpful in allowing your service technician to review all pest activity since the last visit and where it occurred while also allowing you to keep a record of when corrective actions were taken.
Having a logbook is an essential feature of any Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program that is used to document any important information about policies and procedures concerning pest control throughout the campus and its facilities.
Importance Of A Pest Logbook At Campuses And Universities
Having a record of reported pest activity and treatments will allow you to prove that you are taking action to protect the school, your staff, and your students. While logbooks are a fundamental part of any IPM program, it allows you to easily evaluate the effectiveness of any actions taken. Be sure to keep your logbook in a central area where anyone associated with the school or pest control company has the ability to access it. If you have a large campus, consider providing faculty, staff, and students with an email address that they can report activity to so that all records are kept in one place.
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