Disinfection serves to destroy pathogenic germs spread out in the environment, in systems, and in the equipment, and so to distance the danger of contracting potential infections.
Published in March 2015, the UNI EN 16636 standard defines a singular method for the management and control of infestations and the competencies required of professional suppliers of these services (commonly called Pest Management), in order to safeguard public health, assets and animals, the environment and, in particular, food products.
The standard is applied by those businesses that provide the service of Pest Management, including an initial evaluation, recommendations to be left with the client following the intervention, the successive execution of the control procedures, and the definitive prevention.
It is NOT applied to:
UNI EN 16636 grants client companies a qualified and certified service, making it possible to obtain the following advantages:
The possession of a certificate in keeping with this standard can be included in the public tenders as required for those companies that carry out pest management services.