Don’t Let Your Office Be Shut Down by Bed Bugs!
FREE SEMINAR – NOVEMBER 28, 2019
Location: Westin Prince Hotel, 900 York Mills Rd, Toronto 9 am – 3:30 pm – lunch included
- Learn bed bug biology & how they can get into your office spaces
- Learn how to develop a bed bug protocol and action plan to prevent costly employee walkouts
- Learn the differences in various inspection techniques
- See a live K9 bed bug dog inspection demonstration
- Learn how your HR team must be involved
- Learn how the complete elimination of bed bugs can be completed in different office areas using new technology and procedures
- Learn the latest control and elimination techniques – including heat and non-pesticide options
- Learn how to deal with your employees home as potential sources
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