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05 November 2021

VIDEO: Pest management to food company accreditation standards | Digital Forum 11

CPD VIDEO

In this video, Grahame Turner from PestAcuity discusses the various food standards that you might come across in pest control, including BRC, AIB and M&S. 

The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) hosts these free events so everyone interested in pest management can learn, share and connect.

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

Information correct at time of filming. Views of the speakers are their own and not necessarily shared by BPCA.

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