INTEGRATED PEST CONTROL
As a group specialising in environmental hygiene, and maintaining our commitment to the environment, we have played a major role in this market for more than 10 years, providing a Pest Control service from our own particular viewpoint:
Integrated Pest Control
Integrated Pest Control is a control strategy which is able to maintain harmful pest species below the tolerance threshold, initially by exploiting natural factors and subsequently employing integrated control methods (biological, chemical, physical, etc.) compatible with both public health and the environment.
Our experience within the field of traditional pest-control strategies ensures a more technical process, limiting the use of chemicals (environmentally friendly product formulations) and prioritising physical barriers that prevent possible disease vectors that may cause severe financial losses and harm the client's company image:
Prioritisation of ecological pest control
OX's Technical Inspections guarantee the design of effective programs in accordance with the specific pest-control requirements of each installation. This study covers both internal and external sectors as well as consumables obtained from suppliers' stores and transport.
The staff responsible for all treatments and applications have been fully trained in all aspects of their work to a qualified and/or basic level and their training is continually updated to ensure that the most innovative methods available on the market can be used in our activities.
All products used during these treatments are authorised by the Directorate General of Public Health of the Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs.
Correct document management forms a very important part of our integrated pest-control program. All documentation is made available to the client at the installations being controlled (logbook containing action plans, protocols and product data sheets, treatment certificates, incidents, and audit and inspection reports) and can be consulted on-line.
- Technical audits
- Risk assessments
- Rodent control
- Pest Control
- Wood diseases
- Control or capture of specific pests