Integrated Pest Management Plans for All Facilities,Including LEED®

Start Date
11/11/2017
End Date
11/11/2019
Description
This course provides an overview of how integrated pest management (IPM) suppresses pest populations in effective, economical, and environmentally safe ways, and discusses how to establish an IPM plan for a facility, including LEED® building projects.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Horticulture / Plants
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Define integrated pest management (IPM) and explain how its pest control methodologies differ from those of traditional pest control.
Identify the elements of an IPM plan and the types of control methods used for effective pest suppression while minimizing economic, ecological, and human health risks.
Describe the IPM process and how its interrelated steps are essentially the framework of a structural IPM program.
Discuss how pest control methods are selected and applied, highlighting the importance of documenting and monitoring all pest-related control activities to ensure an effective IPM program implementation.
Explain the economic and environmental advantages of establishing an IPM plan for a facility and the LEED® credits which may be available for its use in a building project.
Instructors
Daniel Mackie
Website Registration
Course Codes
AEC839
Provider
AEC Daily Corporation


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