Bed Bugs In The Workplace
Keeping a pair of shoes for use in the work place until the bed bugs are gone helps to prevent infestations in employees' homes and cars Reduce clutter if at all possible. Advise staff to check their shoes and other clothing when they at the end of the day.
If there have been bed bug sightings in your workplace or if you think you might have bed bugs in your home, call Colonial Pest. Bed bugs are one pest that you can't control on your own, professional expertise is required if you truly want to eliminate these bugs from your life.
Bed bugs can be found anywhere that humans live or visit. Bed bugs can be unknowingly brought into the workplace by employees, custodial staff, visitors, customers, vendors, clients, and others. Workers potentially at higher risk are those who handle bedding, clothing, or furniture where bed bugs could be hiding.
Legislation on bed bugs is pending by state, with California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and North Carolina considering additional legislation. This compilation of bed bug laws in the 50 states only includes those states that specifically include "bed bug" in their statutory or regulatory scheme.
While agency visitors or clients may sometimes introduce bed bugs into the workplace, very often their presence can be traced to an individual employee, based upon reports and observations from co-workers and/or a physical inspection of the work area.
Hello I work as a psw and I do home care and nursing homes one nursing home I get sent to twice a day is infested with bed bugs I have gave them cups with bugs in them and tape with bugs in them and the company keeps saying they don't have them the clients have bites all over them and blood all o er the sheets it sad and the nursing home still