PEI Pest Control works in partnership with its customers to develop Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) based pest prevention programs specific to each facility.
The Quality Management Program (Q.M.P.) plan contains a documented pest control program that:
1. Controls to prevent the entrance of pests to the facility, including:
Measures to prevent the entry of pests and animals through properly constructed facilities.
Measures to control the opening and closure of doors and windows.
Measures to exclude animals such as dogs, cats and birds.
Pesticides or any other animal control products shall be applied in a manner that prevents the contamination of product, packaging, labeling materials and ingredients .
2. Controls to eliminate or prevent the harborage of pests in and around the facility, including:
Measures to maintain an outside plant environment that does not provide a habitat for pests (i.e. plant surroundings must be free of debris, stagnant water or improper offal disposal).
Where applicable, a list of chemicals and devices used, the concentration, the location where applied, the method and frequency of application.
Where applicable, a plan of bait and trap locations.
Where applicable, a system to record the date of chemical or device applications, chemicals or device used, results of application, corrective action, and the name of the responsible person.
3. Procedures to control that pest control equipment is appropriate for its intended use and is properly maintained.
4. Procedures to control that chemicals are used in accordance with the manufacturers instructions and are appropriate for their intended usage.
5. Procedures to control that the pest control program is carried out in a manner that does not contaminate food or packaging materials during, or subsequent to, pest control applications.
6. Procedures to monitor that the pest control program is carried out in accordance with the written procedures.
7. The name or position of person(s) responsible for pest control, include where applicable, the name of the pest control company or the name of the person contracted for the pest control program.
P.E.I. Pest Control Ltd.
Mice, rats, cockroaches, silverfish, non-woodboring ants, sowbugs, ground beetles, flies and any other pest other than wildlife and birds.
Includes work station logbook and documentation.
Completed at the time of service by the technician and reviewed within the designated representative following each service.
Service is performed according to set specifications. Ketch-all traps, monitors and insect light traps will be checked and date stamped at the time of each service. All designated areas will be monitored and checked monthly. Outside bait stations will be checked once per month during the winter months when accessible.
Emergency service response is within 8 hours and service to be preformed with 24 hours Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Included at no extra cost.
All forms of chemicals, monitor boards and rodent bait are included.
P.E.I. Pest Control Ltd. is fully insured with personal liability and property damage to a limit of $5,000,000.
We are a partner with the environment. Pest control helps create cleaner, healthier living and working environment.
We are working to be more environmentally responsible by:
Using many non-chemical approaches to control pests, such as mechanical traps and sealants to prevent pests from entering and infesting your facility
Using crack and crevice treatment for pest control service, which places materials deep inside cracks and crevices away from your employees and clients (precise placement of a pesticide also enables us to use up to 50% less pesticide)
Using target specific treatments such as baits that zero in on specific pest problems
Services cover the control of rats and mice throughout your building. Mechanical devices such as ketch-all traps and snap traps can be used in conjunction with approved rodenticides.
Any active signs of rodents will be reported to management and immediate steps taken to place additional mechanical devices until clear conditions prevail. Once a clear condition prevails, the extra devices will be removed unless they are purchased for permanent installation.
Areas that are not frequented by personnel who work in production areas (tool and machinery rooms, pump rooms, boiler rooms, electrical rooms, general offices, etc.) will be inspected/serviced monthly. Non-residual pyrethrin will be used during inspection as a flushing agent. When insects are located, residual insecticides will be applied to those areas using label treatment methods of crack and crevice or spot treatments.
Areas that are frequented by personnel who work in production area (I.I.C.’s office, Foreman’s office, QC lab, locker rooms, restrooms, lunchroom, cafeterias, hallways, stairwells, etc.) will be inspected/serviced monthly. Non-residual pyrethrin will be used during inspection as a flushing agent. When insects are located, residual insecticides will be applied to those areas using crack and crevice application only, regardless of more liberal label directions.
At the completion of each service visit, P.E.I. Pest Control Ltd. will present, to the designated plant personnel, a written report which documents activities undertaken.
A floor level inspection report documents inspection activities with findings as to pest status of rodent control.
A pest control service report documents the pesticide used, the location and method of application.