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Professional Bodies, Beaver Pest Control London

“Professional Bodies in the pest control industry supply training & qualifications of which all the staff at Beaver Pest Control London are fully qualified and constantly required to update”


All our staff are aware of and compliant with health and safety issues and carry out method / risk assessments before work commences in accordance with the pest control industry professional bodies. Our bird team have IOSH training and all of their certificates including PAL, CSCS, Asbestos Awareness and the use of harnesses.


COSHH regulations are strictly adhered to. Poison is used carefully and according to all statutory requirements laid out in FEPA 1985, CoPR 1986, the new Biocidal Directives and individual labels. A pesticide inventory and an advice sheet are provided on all jobs. A comprehensive pest control folder is left on site at contracts.

bpca_partner_logoTo ensure we achieve our goals we are externally audited by professional bodies such as the BPCA or British Pest Control Association. (This is the main trade professional body representingBasis_prompt_logo the public health pest control sector.)

We constantly update our training in accordance with our membership of BASIS (PROMPT), which demands evidence of continual development of its members.

ISO9001The Company is registered with SafeContractor, Constructionline and Chas and attained and kept ISO9001 many years ago.Which_Trusted_Trade_ Logo

We are members of Checkatrade and Which? Trusted Traders and have received hundreds of glowing reports about the quality of our London pest control staff and the service they provide.

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The EN16636 Standard, and its accompanying certification cepa_logoscheme, was launched in 2016 by the Confederation of European Pest Management Associations (CEPA). Beaver Pest Control were the seventh Company to attain this accreditation  and the first Company based in London

Our training consists of:

  • Five weeks' initial shadow training, nightly questions and weekly tests
  • Monthly staff training days with invited lecturers
  • Six-weekly days out with a line manager
  • External induction course after three months
  • Residential week long course after one year to attain the RSPH Level 2
  • External courses at least every two years
  • BPCA Diploma part two after five years

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