The application process will close at 11:59pm ET on November 22.
The Executive Leadership Program (ELP) identifies and trains aspiring association leaders to establish a pipeline of engaged members that represents NPMA’s diverse membership.
Each year, NPMA selects 10 participants to go through a two-year curriculum with monthly meetings that prepares them for association leadership. NPMA pairs participants with mentors, sets up monthly conference calls with participants, and helps fund participation in industry events. Participants are expected to attend NPMA board meetings, participate in committees, take advantage of networking and learning activities, work with a mentor and be an ambassador for NPMA throughout the industry.
There’s still time to register and join us next week at the inaugural Women’s Leadership Forum on November 9-10. We have a great lineup of inspiring speakers who will help shape and educate you on important topics & issues women face in the pest management industry. Along with multiple opportunities to connect with your peers through informal chats, moderated discussions, and even a yoga break!
View the full schedule and register today!
The NPMA Commercial Committee has been communicating regularly with several third-party certification bodies of commercial facilities for the adoption of remote monitoring language into their standards. This partnership and continued dialogue has been very effective, with the announcement of The Safe Quality Food Institute (SQFI)’s recent release of their new standard (SQF Code Edition 9) with specific language on remote monitoring devices. You can find the new code here and refer to section 11.2.4 Pest Prevention for specific language on monitoring devices.
“In pest management because we are a regulated industry, there are protocols and rules that have to be followed. Being former military, I think of regulations as second nature. I tend to thrive in that environment”.
As a membership benefit, NPMA has developed a gallery of
pest images at My.NPMAPestWorld.org for use by NPMA members.
Intergrated Pest Control Management, Inc. of Pomona, CA
Sani Products of Pittsburgh, PA
Thank you for your continued support of NPMA and your commitment to our industry. We are excited to announce the option for online membership renewal for many of our joint association partners. Click here to renew online. Please know that we are here to help you make the most of your membership. To learn more about your benefits or to check on your membership status, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-678-6722.
Did you know that Nissan offers an exclusive program for NPMA members looking to purchase a new Nissan or Infiniti fleet vehicle? With this program, NPMA members can save up to $7,400 on a 2020 vehicle!
Join us December 2-3, 2020 for the virtual Global Bed Bug Summit, sponsored by BedBug Central. The Global Bed Bug Summit provides pest management professionals with the information they need from a legal, technical, business, and customer-oriented perspective so they can not only eliminate bed bug issues, but also create an environment of trust between themselves and their customers.
View the full program and register today!
Thursday, November 12, 2020 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET | REGISTER
Presented by the Recruitment and Retention Committee
Recruiting is a proactive approach to finding employees to work for your company, which means the company should always be looking for new talent and have a bench of potential employees for when an opening arises at your business. Recruiting is really about selling your business and the benefits of working for you and the pest control industry. Join this webinar with three recruiting pros to learn about recruiting avenues and resources available to you.
Last week the EPA held a meeting of the Pesticide Program Dialogue Committee (PPDC). The PPDC is a Federal Advisory Committee that provides input to the Office of Pesticide Programs on policy issues. NPMA is represented on the committee along with stakeholders from a wide variety of perspectives.
The meeting focused on the formation of four working groups – Pesticide Resistance Management, Emerging Agricultural Technologies, Farmworker and Clinician Training, and Emerging Pathogens workgroup. NPMA has requested representation on the Resistance Management workgroup and submitted additional experts for consideration. Additionally, EPA briefed the committee on its recent accomplishments, with specific focus on OPP’s COVID-19 response. View full details, including briefing documents and PowerPoint slides.
Waynes recently recognized several team members at their October Town Hall Meeting. Waynes is incredibly fortunate to have a diverse team of servant-hearted people that serve our communities every day in a world-class way! We have some of the most talented women and men in the industry on our team paving the way for a better tomorrow! Thank you from everyone at Waynes for your outstanding commitment!
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The Modesto Bee
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Harvard Business Review
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These five words are more important than 'please' and 'thank you.'
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A pandemic, a historic fire season and now disease-carrying mosquitoes that can spread the Zika virus. Mosquitos are becoming more than just a nuisance in the Arden-Arcade area.