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22 August 2019

Observe a Servicing Committee meeting

Your association | PPC96 August 2019

The BPCA Servicing Committee represents the interests of the service and consultancy sector of the public health pest management industry.

Observe a committee meeting

They draft Codes of Best Practice and help influence decision makers in Government on legislative proposals.

Made up of 20 individuals, they are a Committee of the Board tasked on everything from membership criteria to industry events.

They help decide what articles appear in PPC magazine and were integral to forming BPCA Registered – our first individual recognition and CPD scheme.

All of the Codes of Best Practice and Guidance documents originate from your Servicing Committee, so by getting involved, you’ll be helping to champion professionalism and shape the future of the Association.

Find out more

If you're a BPCA member and you’d like a formal invitation to observe a Committee meeting, get in touch today.

membership@bpca.org.uk

Source: PPC96

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