Late changes to the PestTech programme

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Two additional presentations have been added to the PestTech techncial programme whilst the Pest Control News Workshop has been brought forward and will now begin at 11.00.

WaspBane is a late addition to the seminar programme. The company will be outlining its Integrated Wasp Management (IWM) approach. This offers pest controllers a more profitable and predictable income from wasp management.

At the same time IWM gives end-customers the peace of mind which comes from having a proactive, intelligent solution to wasp problems, say WaspBane. The 30 minute session starts at 12.30 in the Crow’s Nest Suite.

As its name implies, the Crow’s Nest Suite is right up on the top floor. This is the venue for all the technical sessions so do make sure you allow time to climb all the stairs.

Trust K9 has also been added to the technical programme with a presentation on bed bug detection dogs. The session will begin at 13.30 and runs for 25 minutes.

The use of beg bug detection dogs has generated a lot of interest over the past few years. The company says that its approach, which combines highly accurate bed bug detection dogs with cutting edge heat treatment, minimises the need for time-consuming and disruptive repeat visits. They offer a range of options to suit all situations and budgets.

Trust K9 say they are happy to work as an extension of your team allowing general pest control servicing companies to offer this specialist service.

These two late additions join the three previously announced presentations. T


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These are:

  • The UK study to determine the risk of hantavirus infection to pest controllers at 10.00. Read more about this study and how you can help Public Health England in its work.
  • HS Direct – an online health & safety system for pest controllers at 10.30. Find out more about HS Direct, in our report on new exhibitors at PestTech 2013.
  • An introduction to the new Association of Urban Wildlife Professionals will be given at 13.00. If you get involved in urban wildlife management then go along and find out how you can participate in this initiative.

The Pest Control News Workshop has been brought forward and will now commence at 11.00. It too is up in the Crow’s Nest Suite – a change in venue over previous years so don’t just turn up at the usual time, in the usual place or you will be disappointed.It promises to be a lively session examining the progress made on the development of an acceptable stewardship regime for the second generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs).

And finally, also in the Crow’s Nest suite, will be the Professional Women in Pest Management (PWIPM) session sponsored by Pest Control News .This will take the form of a marketing masterclass and everyone is welcome – men as well as women in pest management. It begins at 14.00 and lasts for an hour.

Dowload the updated PestTech 2013 programme.

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