Transportation Pest Control
Safer and Effective Cockroach Control for Buses and Cars.
Cockroaches can be a big problem on buses and cars, but the pesticides used to treat them can cause worker illness.
Spraying or fogging pesticides can cause worker illness
Pesticides used to treat cockroaches contain chemicals that can make people sick if they breathe in, touch, or swallow them. These pesticides are often applied as a fog, aerosol, or small mist particles. If pesticides are in the air when people enter the area, they can be breathed in and cause harm. Some of the chemicals used, such as pyrethrins and tetramethrin, can cause asthma even if used in very small amounts.
Always get Pest Management to assist n such situation.
Change the conditions that attract cockroaches
Remove what attracts cockroaches— as often as possible clean up crumbs, food, wrappers, and standing water. Periodically deep clean to remove food from crevices.
“The methods of control and application shall minimize exposure of the Motor Coach Operators and passengers to the applied pesticides. Examples include solid baits, gels, traps, and insect growth regulators. No liquid spray or fogging will be allowed unless specifically approved by the Integrated Pest Management (IPM)”