Paul will offer specific guidance on bedbug prevention including:
You will also receive REAC Inspection Checklist for Community Managers.
HUD Requirement & Compliance - Eliminate Bed Bug Infestations Before They Become a Serious Health and Compliance Headache
With bed bug infestations being a serious problem throughout the country. Bed bugs are once again making a comeback in dorm rooms, hotels, hospitals, apartment buildings, and homes. They cause a variety of physical, mental health and economic problems. They are hard to get rid of because of their small size, high reproduction rate and resistance to many pest control methods. No property is safe from them – and that very much includes affordable housing units. As a landlord or someone responsible for room hygiene, you need to comply with HUD’s policies by getting rid of bed bugs – and ensure they never return. it's imperative to know about the best practices regarding the prevention and control of this widespread problem.
The phrase “Don't let the bed bugs bite” may be used mostly in a light-hearted way, but bed bugs are nothing to joke about. Although the appearance of these pests has greatly declined since the early 1900s, many families every year still find them in their homes. There are many different methods for getting rid of bed bugs and preventing them from returning. HUD's bed bug policy and IPM is in demand these days. Success depends on an integrated pest management (IPM) approach combining varied methods of monitoring, prevention and treatment.
Paul Flogstad will introduce you to HUD’s bed bug policy and Integrated Pest Management (IPM), an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management – also highly recommended by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). In his webinar - "Dealing With The Pandemic Of Bed Bugs & Pests Using IPM Method" , he will discuss methodical plan for addressing infestations, considering what resources are available, and how to respond to inspection findings. We will also review HUD’s notice H 2012-5 concerning bed bugs.
Do you own a property, are planning to get one, are an agent, or are associated with the enforcement agencies? If yes, this webinar is exactly what you need.