New German and Spanish RPM Guides Take Crime Scene Approach to Controlling Rodents
With its highly successful international run in France, New Zealand and the UK, Bell Laboratories' Rodent Pest Management (RPM) Guide is making its debut in Germany and Spain.
Translated into German and Spanish for industry workshops scheduled in February and March, the booklet covers the basics of pest control practices, while taking a "crime scene approach" to solving and controlling rodent infestations.
The 16-page booklet, designed like a detective's office, covers the major areas of rodent pest management, including the latest information on bait station security and non-toxic pest management.
Opening with in-depth profiles of the usual suspects - Norway rats, roof rats and house mice, a.k.a. "The Burrower," "The Climber," and "The Invader," the guide presents the full rundown on their biology, behavior and sensory capabilities.
Like good detective work, it then walks technicians through a typical inspection to determine the rodent species involved, the severity of the infestation and high activity areas.
And, of course, there's the motive - what led to the infestation? Harbourage, poor sanitation, and a lack of rodent proofing are addressed, along with descriptive photos and ways to correct these problems.
With easy-to-read descriptions of Bell's baits and bait formulations, technicians will have no trouble choosing the right product as the booklet explores all control options in each market, including non-toxic mechanical traps and adhesives. It wraps up with a line-up of Bell's tamper-resistant PROTECTA bait stations.
Also available in English and French, the RPM Guide is available through Bell distributors, regional managers and Bell's UK office - phone 01787 379295 or EMEA.