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PPC LIVE: Fly control and the importance of catch tray analysis

How can fly catch analysis help with the initial identification of insect infestations? Sean, John and Debbie will cover the importance of adding a fly catch analysis when servicing a fly control contract and how to approach end-users to upsell fly catch analysis as part of the contract. They’ll also take a look at sourcing the correct fly killer unit and compare LED and traditional UV tubes.

Fly control and catch tray analysis PPC Live


Presented by: Sean Parr, UK Pro-Pest Sales Manager, John Fish, Pelsis Product Engineer, and Debbie Wilson, Technical Manager, Pelsis

Debbie has worked in pest control since 1987, initially starting in the industry as a surveyor. Following a period outside the industry, Debbie returned to pest control with Rentokil as a Service Technician in 2005, later working in the role of High Dependency Technician and qualifying to RSPH Level 2 in Pest Control, Debbie gained her Vertebrate Management Course certificate before later moving to the roll of Field Biologist and gaining the qualification of  BPCA Diploma part 2, even receiving a nomination for the Charles Keeble Award by the BPCA for high scoring in the exam.

Following further qualifications, including the RSPH level 3 Award in Food Safety Supervision for Manufacturing, Safe and effective use of Air rifles, Health and Safety level 3, Neuroscience Train the Trainer, Insect ID, Level 2 Award in using Aluminium Phosphide for Management of Vertebrate Pests and also an RSPH Certified Assessor qualification for the Safe Use of Aluminium Phosphide.

Debbie joined Pelsis in 2013 to support customers within the industry with both training and technical assistance.

Sean started out as a technician in Birmingham in 2005 for a small regional pest control business known then as Pestbusters. Not long after starting out as a technician he completed BPCA RSPH Level 2 residential course at the University of Warwick which lit a fire inside him for the pest control industry.

Following the RSPH BPCA level 2 course he completed a Safe and effective use of air weapons course and a year later a Surveying, selling and marketing bird work course in 2006, giving him a really useful insight into pest control sales. Following this, Sean started to make my transition into a sales role by moving into a 50/50 part sales and part service role before then transitioning into a full-time pest control surveyor role in 2007.

After a number of successful years as a pest control surveyor, he then progressed into a sales managers position managing a team in the same regional business. At the start of summer 2019 he moved from the service side of the industry over to the pest control products side. He now works for Pelsis as their UK sales manager for their Professional pest control product supplies division Edialux. He now manages a team of area sales managers that provide products to regional pest control businesses across the UK and Ireland.

This Seminar is held at PPC Live and is completely free to attend.