As a healthcare professional, you know that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The same is true when it comes to pest management. Since pests are capable of spreading germs and diseases, it’s critical to take a proactive approach to preventing pests to help protect the health and safety of your patients, staff and entire healthcare environment.
Do you know how to identify the signs of pest activity, how they can access to your facility and what’s attracting them in the first place? Test your knowledge with our healthcare pest management quiz.
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