Our process utilizes:
The latest industry technology to capture inspection data such as materials used, pest evidence pest captures, sanitation issues and areas of concern such as a rodent entry site.
Online Account Access 24/7 allows you see reports, invoices
scheduled services and more
Documentation - Omega Pest Management does not want you to lose a single point in a food safety audit. We excel in providing complete documentation because we know that the food safety auditor’s visit can make or break your business. Since pest control can account for up to 20 percent of your total score, it’s imperative that we maintain your IPM program and make sure it is ready to showcase at all times. Up-to-date pest control documentation is one of the first signs to an auditor that your facility takes pest control seriously. Important documents include a scope of service, pest activity reports, service reports, corrective action reports, trap layout maps, lists of approved pesticides, pesticide usage reports and applicator licenses.
Inspection and Monitoring - The cornerstone of an effective pest control program is the inspection and monitoring portion. There should always be time built into every service for routine inspections and monitoring. Monitors should be places and inspections should focus on areas where pests are most likely to appear – receiving docks, storage areas, employee break rooms, sites of recent ingredient spills, etc. – and identify any potential entry points, food and water sources, or harborage zones that might encourage pest problems.
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