Safeguard Your Brand
When it comes to commercial pest control in food processing, Griffin Pest Solutions has specific programs designed to safeguard the quality of your product and brand. We understand the regulatory requirements of third-party auditing entities such as GFSI, Primus, Silliker, AIB, SQFI, ISF, RBC and the pressure of a low pest tolerance placed on food processors and their staff. That is why we work with our customers to ensure that their facilities are protected every step of the way.
Once a plan is designed, written, and approved, we deploy all of our resources to implement, train, and monitor the program. We also suggest corrective actions if issues arise. Within our program, we provide CAD site diagrams with device locations, training and badging backup personnel, approval of final report template, and many other items. We work for and with your team to exceed your expectations.
Your specially trained service technician and his supervisor are food specialists. They are well-trained and experienced with commercial pest control in food processing plants. Here are just a few of our team’s certifications:
- PhD Entomologist
- Associate Certified Entomologist (A.C.E.)
- Pest Management in Food Plants
- QualityPro Food Safety
- Purdue University Urban/Industrial IMP Intermediate
- Purdue University Food Plant Pest Management
- AIB Food Safety for Warehousing and Distribution
- AIB GMP/Sanitation Workshop
- AIB Food Plant Sanitation
Documentation & Reporting
Our team will use a variety of tools for inspection, identification, treatment, and communication with you and your staff. During regular visits, our pest control professionals electronically record signs, levels, types and locations of pest activity, along with the treatment technique and products used. This data is collected and analyzed continuously so we can determine trends and identify priority areas. As you prepare for an audit, we’re right there beside you making sure you have all of the required documentation to surpass auditing standards. Working closely with customers and their vendors is critical to ensuring product integrity.