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Pests

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How can pests be prevented from entering your operation with deliveries?

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How should garbage containers be kept to help deny pests food and shelter?

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Where are cockroaches typically found?

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Where should food and supplies be stored to deny pests food and shelter?

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What should be done in storage areas to deny pests food?

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What are some ways to deny pests access to the operation?

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How does careful cleaning prevent a pest infestation?

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Why do pests need to be controlled in a food service operation?

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When should you contact your Pest Control Operator (PCO)?

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What should you consider if you see a few pests?

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Keeping the facility clean can help control pests by removing their food supply. How else can cleaning control pests?

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If you need to use poisonous or toxic pest-control materials in your operation, who should apply them?

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Nonfood-contact surfaces, like floors, walls, ceilings, and equipment exteriors, must be cleaned regularly to prevent dust, dirt, and food residue from building up. What else can be prevented?

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How can pests get into your operation?

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What are some guidelines for handling garbage that will help prevent pests?

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What should you do if you see signs of pests or any pest-related problems?

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How can using the FIFO system to rotate products in storage help control pests?

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Which guidelines can help prevent a pest infestation?

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What can happen if garbage is NOT handled correctly in your operation?

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Where should outdoor garbage containers kept?

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Why do cracks or holes in the exterior walls of your facility need to be filled?

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Which of these can be a sign that your operation has a pest infestation?

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What can you have installed in your building’s exterior doorways that will deny pests access to your operation?

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What is required if pest prevention materials are kept at the facility?

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Which is a basic rule of pest prevention?

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How can you deny pests access to your operation during deliveries?

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Besides actually seeing insects or rodents, what can be a sign that you have a pest infestation?

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Regarding pest prevention, what is a Certified Applicator?

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Which of the following can lead to a pest infestation?

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Pests like rodents and insects can damage food, supplies, and the building. But what is the biggest risk caused by pests?

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What are some signs of a rodent infestation?

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What principles are an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program based on?

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How can you deny pests access to your operation by keeping the building’s entry points secure?

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What kind of containers should recyclables be stored in to deny pests food and shelter?

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Which of these are signs of a rodent infestation?

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Which of these are signs of a pest infestation?

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To deny pests food and shelter, how should garbage be thrown out?

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How should outdoor garbage containers be kept to deny pests food and shelter?

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To deny pests food and shelter and to avoid contaminating food and surfaces, where should the containers for garbage and recyclables be stored?

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Reject any food or non-food item that has signs of pests. What are some examples?

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What is a critical part of pest-control?

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How should food and supplies be stored to deny pests food and shelter?

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What can following these simple rules help you maintain?

• Deny pests access to the operation
• Deny pests food, water, and shelter
• Work with a licensed Pest Control Operator (PCO)