b. Conducting surveillance inspections to determine need for pest management
and effectiveness of accomplished management operations.
c. Protecting the environment from undesirable pesticide effects.
d. Establishing procedures in conjunction with:
(1) Construction and maintenance for control of termites, wood borers, and
(2) Screening and rodent proofing of buildings and structures.
(3) Prevention and control of pests in stored supplies (including subsistence,
clothing and other textiles, household goods, and wood products) by fumigation,
residual sprays, poison baits, and other measures.
(4) Applications of preservatives to lumber and allied forest products.
(5) Use of pesticides for soil treatment.
(6) Draining, clearing, and ditching to control vegetation and prevent
(7) Application of pesticides for protection of grasses, ornamentals, and
(8) Control of rats, mice, field rodents, nuisance birds, and predatory
(9) Pest control phases of woodland and wildlife management programs.
(10) Maintenance of pest management shop and storage facilities.
(11) Storage and minor maintenance of tools and equipment (sprayers,
dusters, and so forth.).
e. Applying pesticides (residual and aerosol sprays, dusts, and baits) in and
around buildings and structures.
f. Conducting related operations.
RECORDS AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
a. Adequate records of all pest management operations must be maintained.
The records act as a reference for monitoring and managing pest management