Pest Control Checklist

Check whether you are in a position to judge the quality of service and ready for any pest emergency
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Pest Control Checklist

  • Our Pest Control Checklist can guide you whether you need pest control . In emergency situation, these checklist can help you.

Why do you need pest control checklist

It is our constant endeavour to help pest control consumers. Checklist will help you to get quality services. Please, be aware what they should get when they contract for pest control services.

  1. With your own pest control checklist in hand, you can be sure that the pest control guy has done his job properly.
  2. You can  be sure that the guy hasn’t done something risky.
  3. You can  track when they are supposed to make follow up visit.
  4. Through the pest control checklist, you will realize that there are lot of “to-do-things” to be done by you or your staff to make the pest control exercise successful. You can lay your hands on all those stuff here.
  5. We have pest specific check list like cockroach, termites, rodents etc.
  6. Then we also have industry segment specific pest control checklist like for restaurants, hotels, food industry/FHE, pharmaceutical industries, retail chains, warehouses, societies, corporates etc.

Most popular and in demand pest control checklist are as follows:

  1. Cockroach – pest control checklist.
  2. Termite – pest control checklist.
  3. Restaurant – pest control checklist.
  4. FHE (Food Handling Establishment) – pest control checklist.

We encourage pest control users to download pest control checklist. They can ensure that they get the right service. Some of  these relevant checklist are prepared with keeping HACCP and other food safety standards in mind.

In the following section, you will get links to download pest control checklist. If you have any suggestion, kindly leave your comments in our blog section. We will definitely work on your demand . We will revert back with right kind of checklist for you.

You can also write back to us stating your requirements .We will recommend you the right kind of pest control checklist.

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Homes/Apartment Pest Control Checklists

A. Comment Keys for Pest Control Checklist Inspectors:
  1. √  = OK,  No Treatment required,  maintain cleanliness & Hygiene.
  2. T = Treatment Required.
  3. D = Deep & specialized Cleaning/ vacuuming urgently required.
  4. L = Problem of Water Leakage/Dampness, Repair reqd.
  5. V = Lack of Ventilation, Aeration & Light, Correction reqd.
  6.  W =  Water Proof Expert Opinion Required.
  7. B = Blocked Drain/ Wrong Slope need to be corrected.
  8. P = Preventive/Pro-active Go Green Solution Advised.

B. Pest Control Checklist For Inspection inside Kitchen 

  1. All the cupboards and racks, their hinges and joining with walls.
  2. Inside and around the gas stove.
  3. Dark gaps behind the platform for housing Gas stoves – Use of torch.
  4. Cracks & Crevices anywhere on the wall or floorings.
  5. All the paper linings and their layers used in cupboards and racks.
  6. Food serving trolleys.
  7. Bottom and surroundings of gas cylinder.
  8. Bottom & sides of mixer/grinders – specially around screws and holes.
  9. Bottom & sides of microwaves – specially around screws and holes.
  10. Thorough inspection of gaskets of refrigerators.
  11. Bottom & sides of toasters – specially around screws and holes.
  12. Water Filters attached on Kitchen walls.
  13. utensil stand/Racks.
  14. Wooden Frame of A.C. (If it is in Kitchen)
  15. Sink Area.
  16. Moist /wet & dark area on the bottom side of sink.
  17. Backside of mirrors, frames and poster, if in kitchen.
  18. Plastic and other bags and clutter thrown in the cabinets below the sink.
  19. Dining table in the kitchen.
  20. Tapping the switchboards to see any creature crawling out of it.
  21. Cables and Ducts.
  22. Drains and Drain Covers.
  23. Lofts/attic in the kitchen and clutter over there.
  24. Gaps to be inspected by torch between chimney and wall.
  25. Waste Bin inside, bottom and around.
  26. All the places in kitchen where moisture/leakage/dampness present.
C. Pest Control Checklist for areas of a home outside kitchen
  1. Shoe Racks.
  2. Living Area.
  3. All drains and possible water exit points of home.
  4. Wash basins in bathrooms and other areas.
  5. Wooden frames of all the A.C.s.
  6. All cupboards, closets and racks.
  7. Backside of mirrors, frames and poster.
  8. All stuffed and empty cartons stored at places.
  9. All bathrooms and lavatories.
  10. Servant Rooms.
  11. Store Rooms.
  12. Cleaning places/sinks in the backyard.
  13. Washing Machine Area.
  14. Bar and it’s surroundings.

Pesticide Safety Checklist

To help reduce the hazards associated with pesticides, our technicians comply with the following guidelines:

  • Only qualified personnel may transport, mix, or use pesticides.
  • Thoroughly review and understand pesticide MSDS(s) before use.
  • Read and carefully follow pesticide label instructions.
  • Carry out and document detailed risk assessment where a risk or hazard is perceived.
  • Keep a supply of water nearby to flush contaminated skin and/or eyes.
  • Check all pesticide equipment before use to ensure working condition.
  • Wear personal protective equipment to prevent pesticide exposure.
  • Do not eat, drink, or smoke when handling pesticides.
  • Launder clothing and bathe after using pesticides to eliminate residue.
  • Wash pesticide contaminated clothing separately from household laundry.
  • Only use pesticides for purposes approved on the label.
  • Observe specified re-entry intervals.
  • Wear appropriate protective clothing in treated areas before re-entry.
  • Do not apply pesticides when rain or winds could affect the treated area.
  • Be mindful of adjacent properties with spray drift, ie. pets, pet feeding containers and clothes lines.
  • Triple-rinse spray equipment and empty containers after use.
  • Properly dispose of rinse water or use during later pesticide application.
  • Properly dispose of empty pesticide containers as per local regulations.
  • Read and become familiar with the Pestgogo ‘Best Practice” Pest Service Manuals which are relevant to general pest control services ie. Cockroaches, Rodents, Spiders, Ants & Stored Product Pests.
  • Read and become familiar with the Pestgogo ‘Risk Assessment’ for general pest control.