AG Pest management has been accredited with the following certifications:
British Pest Control Association
AG Pest Management has been a member of the British Pest Control Association since 2003 and abides by the BPCA’s code of conduct and codes of practice. Employees are trained to the BPCA’s standards and all work is carried out in accordance with their rules and regulations.
BASIS Prompt – (Professional pest control register)
The objective of prompt is to provide an independent industry-recognised register of suitably qualified people who can genuinely claim to be professionals in public health pest control and related activities.
To gain this recognition, applicants must prove that they:
- Have achieved a minimum level of competence as a professional pest controller;
- Have maintained that competence through suitable continuing professional development (CPD); and
- Operate to the highest professional standards of workmanship and conduct set out in the basis prompt code of ethics
CEPA - The European Standard for Pest Management Services EN16636.
This European standard specifies the requirements, recommendations and basic competences under which pest management service companies must operate to meet the needs of their customers, be they private companies, public authorities or the general public.
CHAS – (Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme)
To be assessed CHAS compliant contractors must demonstrate a level of compliance with health & safety law.
The UK's largest register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants.