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 Control of Insects, Rodents and Other Pests PDF

The Control of Insects, Rodents and Other Pests is a labor law posters poster by the South Dakota Department Of Labor and Regulation. This is an optional poster, so while it is recommended that you post this if it is relevant to your employees, you are not required to by the Department Of Labor and Regulation.

This poster from the South Dakota Department of Health provides basic tips in regards to pest control, this is conveyed using basic bulletpoints and paragraphs as well as basic images. This information is best used by food establishments to prevent and manage pest situations in the workplace.


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Control of Insects, Rodents, and Other Pests 	
South Dak	ota Office of Health Protection 	
Food Code Fact Sheet #11 	
 	
Insects, rodents, and other pests m	ust be	 	
y 	routinely 	inspecting 	incom	ing 	
y routinely inspecting the prem	ises 	
y elim	inating harborage conditions. 	
y using m	ethods, such as trappi	ng 	
a. Devices us	ed to electrocute flying insects 	
 
.  Devices used to 	execute flying insects, 	
 	
(i)	 Devices m	ay not be located over a 	
 
i)  Dead insects and insect 	
 	
c. Rodent bai	t  m	ust 	be containe	d in a	 	
 
. A tracking pow	der pes	ticide m	ay not	 be 	
 	
 	
e. A ge	neral-use pesticide m	ust be	 applie	d 	
according to the manufacturer’s 	
 	
f. 	-use 	pesticide 	m	ust 	be 	
applied by a certified applicator.  	
 	
g. 	ay not 	
be located within a 12-foot ra	dius	 of	 ope	n 	
 	
rapped birds, i	nsects, 	
rode	nts, and other pests m	ust be 	
r	
food establishment 	
r to the outdoors m	ust be pr	otected 	
t	
    	
ling or closing holes and other 	
gaps along  floors,	 walls, and ceilings 	
 	
b. 	
g 	
doors. 	
indows or doors are kept ope	n 	
r ventilation or other purposes, the 	
n
e	
controlled to minimize their presence within 
food establishments. Th	e presence of insects, 	
rode	nts, and ot	her pests m	ust be controlled as 	
follows: 	
 	
instructions	. 	
A restrict	ed	
B	
Automatic insecticide 	dispensers m	shipments of food and supplies. 
 	
food or food-c	ontact	 surfaces and m	ay 	
not be l	ocated above f	ood,	 	clean 	
equi	pm	ent and ute	nsils, food contact	 	
surfaces, and single-use and single-
service articles. 	
Dead or	 	t	
B
for evidence of pests. 
 
B
 
B
devices or exterm	ination as follows: 	
 	
rem	oved fr	om	   contr	ol de	vices and 	
em	ises at a freque	ncy tha	t preve	nts 	
their accum	ulation, decom	position, a	nd t	he 	
attraction of pests.          	
 
Openings to the 	
m	ust be designe	d to have escape-	
resistant t	rays. 	
the p	
b	
impel insects or insect fragments, or trap 
insects by adherence,	 m	ust be installed 	
as follows: 	
o
against 	the 	entry 	of 	insects 	and   	
s as follows:   	
a. By fil	
rode	n	
food preparation area. 	
(i	
By using closed, tight-fitting windows 	fragm	ents m	ay not be im	pelled 	
ont	o or f	all on expose	d f	ood,	 	
clean equipment, utensils, linens, 
and unwrappe	d si	ngle	-service and 	
single-use articles. 	
 	
c. By using s	olid sel	f-closing, tight-fittin	
 
If w	
fo	
covered, tamper-resistant station. 	ope	ni	
of ins	
gs m	ust be prote	cted against the entry 	
cts and rodents by the use of 16 m	esh 	
to 25.4-millimeter (1	6 	m	esh 	to 	1-inch) 	
screens, properl	y desi	gne	d a	nd installed air 	
curtains, or other effective means. 	
d	
used in a food establishment. 	
 	
www.state.sd.us/doh	 	 	      July 6, 2004

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