The NPMA office will close at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, December 22 and reopen at Noon on Tuesday, December 26.
We wish you and your families a warm and happy holiday!
NPMA has released a consumer alert designed to help pest management businesses communicate how alterations to a structure could potential impact likelihood for termite infestation or negatively affect a termite warranty. This two page document explains how even alterations that are intended to enhance the value of a home could put it at risk for termite infestation and warns consumers to consult with a pest management firm before undertaking extensive landscape alterations, crawlspace renovations or spray foam insulation. To view and download the bulletin, click here.
In September, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Three months later, much of the island is still without power and the needs are great. In an effort to spread holiday cheer, the Professional Women in Pest Management (PWIPM) has raised $1,000 for the families of NPMA member companies in Puerto Rico! Thank you to all who donated and for being a part of the caring community that is NPMA.
As a membership benefit, NPMA has developed a gallery of
pest images at My.NPMAPestWorld.org for use by NPMA members.
Masters Pest Control of Milton, DE
Men In Black Pest Control Services Inc. of Woodridge, IL
Pillar to Post of Rockwood, MI
Thompson Pest Management, LLC of Jasper, AL
Focused on providing small and mid-sized employers with benefit options previously only made available to larger employers, the NPMA Health Insurance Exchange offers cost effective benefit solutions that make sense in today’s unpredictable marketplace.
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Join us January 30 - February 1 in New Orleans for the largest tradeshow dedicated to wildlife and nuisance bird management! The 2018 Wildlife Expo, hosted by NPMA and the National Wildlife Control Operators Association (NWCOA), also provides professional training and certification for those involved in wildlife management. Click here for more details and registration.
On March 18-20, hundreds of pest management professionals will climb Capitol Hill in Washington, DC to meet with their members of Congress – providing opportunities to promote the pest management industry and advocate for issues important to us.
Make your plans to attend today and click here for pre-registration details.
Univar Environmental Sciences, a business unit of Univar USA Inc., announces that Nathan “Nate” Tamialis has been promoted to the position of Director of the Western Region.
At its quarterly meeting in Brussels on 13 December 2017, CEPA (Confederation of European Pest Management Associations) confirmed the appointment of the consultancy Darwin Associates to take charge of running the CEPA secretariat in Brussels as of 1 January 2018.
Scientists say babies born with Zika-related microcephaly experience health complications, including seizures, motor impairments and hearing problems.
Scientists have identified 2 million species of living things. No one knows how many more are out there, and tens of thousands may be vanishing before we have even had a chance to encounter them.
Entomologists from Penn State have developed a revolutionary bed bug prevention concoction.
DC is addressing a growing rodent problem by using dry ice as the District’s newest weapon in the city’s war on rats.
Florida wildlife managers are increasing efforts to control the state’s booming population of iguanas.
Lead Change Group
How can you, as a leader, initiate and navigate change in a change-averse industry or culture?
Imitating successful competitors can be surprisingly misleading and ineffective.
Quartz at Work
While leaders are in charge of motivating their staff, instead of trying to change people, it’s better to direct their energy in the direction that creates positive results.
Harvard Business Review
There are four types of executives who will lead their company into the future, instead of getting stuck in the past.
Here are the noteworthy trends that will continue to dominate the conversation around work in 2018.
If your ego doesn't get in the way, any one of these 10 phrases is a great way to build trust at work.
The Washington Post
A woman accidentally started a fire inside a multifamily building while trying to kill bed bugs with alcohol, causing three people to be hospitalized and several others to lose their homes.
Many leaders might be hesitant to gauge their staff’s true feelings towards the company, but asking these questions makes the team stronger and lets all voices be heard.