Smart, Sensible and Sustainable Pest Management to Improve Public Health

This session will include a brief overview of IPM and provide tools and resources needed to develop and implement an IPM program. After the session, environmental health professionals will be able to explain the key elements of an IPM program, including the roles and responsibilities of key players. You will be able to identify the health, environmental, and economic risks posed by pests and the pesticides, and the benefits of IPM in particularly sensitive environments like schools, daycares, and hospitals.

Presented at NEHA 2015 AEC

Month Year: 
July 2015