The BPCA (British Pest Control Association) is non-profit based organisation which represents the development and interests of its members and is the hallmark of a quality pest control company. The BPCA also plays a pivotal role in its capacity its capacity to act on behalf of the entire pest control industry within the UK.
Fully Certified Member
IPM Pest Control are extremely proud to be a fully certified member of the BPCA (British Pest Control Association) and because we have attained this certification, all of our clients receive guarantees in regard to our general levels of service.
We would also not be eligible for BPCA certification without being able to provide assurances regarding the stability and health of our company. It is this ability which provides the guarantee to all of our contracted clients that will be in a position to fulfil all of our commitments
How Did We Obtain BPCA Certification?
In order to become certified by the British Pest Control Association, IPM were closely scrutinised to ensure we were able to comply with all of the specified criteria which all BPCA members must meet.
The eligibility of BPCA Certification includes:
- The business must have been actively trading for a minimum of one year.
- All staff involved in the application of pesticides who are not under direct supervision must be adequately trained. Where staff are involved in the application of pesticides, the BPCA requires that the principal and at least 50% of staff (excluding trainees) hold a relevant qualification, these include the BPCA/RSPH (Level 2) Award in Pest Management (or its predecessors which are BPCA/RSPH (Level 2) Certificate in Pest Control, BPC Diploma Part I