Videos about pest management

25 March 2021

VIDEO: Understanding biological hazards of professional pest control

 As pest technicians, you will come into contact with some form of biohazard on a daily basis.

In this video, Natalie Bungay examines the biological hazards associated with the work of pest management professionals and how to mitigate those risks.

Biohazards are chemical or biological substances that are dangerous to humans, animals or the environment, such as blood, animal tissue or toxins harmful to health.

This video is intended for those working in the pest management sector.

Information correct at the time of filming.

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