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Posts Tagged: child care

It’s time for DPR license and certificate holders to renew—get units via online courses from UC IPM

Schools and Child care online HSA.

November has arrived, and before you know it we'll be ringing in 2018! For those who hold a license or certificate from the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR), and have a last name starting with the letter M through Z, this is your year to...

Posted on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 8:17 AM
Tags: child care (4), DPR (15), license (4), pest management (25), renewal (1), schools (5), statewide (2), UC IPM (225)

New Law Requires Annual Training for Anyone Applying Pesticides at School Sites

UC IPM online course[6] copy

[From the December 2016 issue of the UC IPM Green Bulletin] School is already back in session for many children in districts throughout California, and several others will be starting back to school in the next couple of weeks. While students and...

Posted on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 11:41 AM
Tags: amendment (1), antimicrobials (2), baits (2), child care (4), course (3), disinfectants (1), DPR (15), gels (1), Health Schools Act (1), HSA (1), law (3), management professionals (1), pesticide (14), reporting (1), risk (1), sanitizers (1), school (11), training (11), traps (6), ucipm (66), UCIPM (66), urbanCIPM (1)

Today is National Healthy Schools Day

Healthy Schools Day 2015

Today, April 7, 2015 is the 13th annual National Healthy Schools Day, a day dedicated to promoting healthy school environments for children.  Children in the United States face risks from exposure to pests and pesticides in schools. The U.S....

Posted on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 1:24 PM
Tags: child care (4), DPR (15), EPA (10), healthy schools (1), IPM (64), pesticides (28), videos (3)

New UC IPM online course helps schools and child care centers follow the Healthy Schools Act

Child care online course.

California requires that pest control companies providing services in schools and licensed child care centers comply with a series of laws called the Healthy Schools Act (HSA). The HSA promotes IPM and seeks to minimize pesticide exposure to children in...

Posted on Monday, February 16, 2015 at 6:06 PM
Tags: child care (4), course (3), healthy schools act (2), ipm (64), pest (75), sutherland (9)
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