Internal Audits


Internal auditing is a continuous process, especially when we are thinking of Pest Prevention, not just Pest Control. The food industry, especially, but not only, is being audited constantly: by regulatory agencies, clients, certification bodies even by the specialized press. More and more rules appear, more legislation, more preparation for third party auditors. Can we comply with all of it and still run our business?

Our company has developed a program that can help you fulfill these goals. We have developed a full inspection plan (continuously updated) that is based on Pest Prevention but will also help you fulfill the requirements of the most import third party auditors and the regulatory agencies. We will help you identify the weakness you might have and help you with the corrective measures. We can help you prioritize the actions that must be taken immediately and the ones we can deal with afterwards.

Don’t just act when you have an inspection or an audit. It’s easier if you have a program that can be reviewed and checked in a continuous way.



Get prepared for the next step in Integrated Pest Management, with Integrated Pest Prevention. It’s a similar approach to Integrated Pest Management but the action takes place before the pest is introduced to the facility, instead of reacting against pest activity. Through regular internal Audits we can help you identify situations that can be conducive to the presence of pests. Once detected we can also give advice on how to eliminate them.

The new integrated pest management (IPM), the Integrated Pest Prevention (IPP), is a system that allows a properly trained technician to stop checking each and every control station(bait stations, traps, etc.), and spend more time doing proactive and specific inspections for every client. It’s based on inspections, corrective measures analysis, and it’s focused on offering solutions to the problems that have been detected.

A shift in emphasis in pest management practices

In a conventional IPM program, the technician spends most of his time checking the control stations (bait stations, traps, etc.). So most of the technician’s time is spent on data collecting. On the contrary, Integrated Pest Prevention, allows the technician to use more time inspecting and less time checking. Both things are important. The real change is the qualification of the technician, having a person that is properly trained that knows what to look for. This means, more education, aptitude and experience. The new philosophy in pest management generates hours of productive inspections. Our clients find out that with this philosophy more value is generated that with other more traditional pest management methods.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Integrated Pest Prevention (IPP)

How to

We can offer:

  • Auditing your current pest management strategy. See if it can be improved, if it’s successful, verify its efficiency.
  • We can audit ourselves as your pest management company, and check to see if we are fulfilling what the pest management plan states. Total transparency. If we detect something we are doing wrong we will report this to you immediately and engage in corrective action ASAP.
  • We can help you prepare all the paperwork you need for the third party audits or regulatory bodies.
  • We can help you implement the next step in Pest Management, with Integrated Pest Prevention. It’s coming now, don’t react late, be the first to know and implement.
  • We can help you early detect any problem that might lead to pests





Don’t let them get you. Go for it first. New regulations are coming out frequently. ISO 22000, new auditors requirements, new laws, new prescriptions from customers or regulatory agencies can affect you.

We can help you understand them, advise on what you can do to fulfil them and leave you time to run your business. We can take care of planning and prevention thereby giving you peace of mind. Reduce your stress. Act proactively. Our job is to advise and help you on your administration work, how to implement new regulations, how to prioritize what must be done from what can be done.

We are the experts, ASK US.

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