Purpose:

of the

Implementation:

This instruction is used to assess whether the pest is proceeding as agreed and / or whether the proposed improvements have been followed up on. 

The audit aspects are defined in

The audit includes: 

  • Schedule.
  • and presence of bait boxes.
  • Correct notation of the bait boxes on the map.
  • Check of the specifications.
  • Are points of given. 
  • Are the given points resolved according to plan. 

Actions by abnormalities:

The actions are entirely dependent on the abnormality:

  • Determine the cause of the abnormality.
  • Determine the to be taken.
  • Discuss the findings with the pest control
  • given when improvements are not followed.
  • Discuss the measures with those responsible.
  • Records the cause and the measures taken. 

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