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Forward Thinking Pest Control
EHS UNIVERSITY: TRAINING PROTOCOLS
Training & educational offerings are coordinated by our in-house certified staff entomologist. Most of the training programs are conducted in our training facility & laboratory located within our corporate office. Our specialists also attend training from various other sources outside our company. Training topics cover various pest management topics such as; entomology, biology, toxicology, insect identification, application techniques, safety, IPM & non-chemical control measures, etc.
All newly hired service specialists must undergo two weeks of field training and pass a quality control review by their supervisor prior to being able to service clients on their own.
Training includes but is not limited to:
NOTE: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Dept. of Agricultural Resources, pesticide bureau, requires that all licensed applicators undergo 12hrs of training in a three year period to maintain their license. That equates to 4hrs per year.