Bed Bug Protocols
Lack of Prevention has caused a resurgence of bed bugs. For this reason a bed bug prevention plan should be considered for public housing, apartments, nursing homes, offices, schools, and storage units. Prevention, let alone eradicating, this pest is extremely difficult. To help get rid of bed bugs effectively, responsibly and safely, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has created Best Management Practices for Bed Bugs, guidelines developed by industry professionals, regulators, academics, and entomologists. Bed bug protocol information helps assist consumers understand what they should expect when working with a trained bed bug specialist for problems associated with bed bugs. For a complete copy of the NPMA Best Management Practices for Bed Bugs, www.npmapestworld.org. Bed bugs CAN be treated but proper bed bug protocols will involve an effective partnership with the a bed bug specialist and the customer.