News you can use
- Statewide pest management trainings for school coordinators start in March New laws went in effect that school districts, coordinators need to be aware of
- Open House November 4, 2022 to Welcome our new Entomologist
- SPN: Licensing, monitoring, and deep cleaning- tips for you.
- SPN Spring Updates
- Texas bats to emerge soon: Learn more about the risks, benefits of bats.
Tag Archives: TASB risk management
SPN: News and Resources, you can use for your IPM program.
This month’s newsletter is aimed at helping you out with a few resources you can use, plus some news stories you might be interested in that you can share. Understanding how to obtain a commercial or noncommercial pesticide license in Texas can be very confusing. Over the years I have devoted newsletter space to this topic. Last month for the joint TASB/AgriLife Coronavirus Confusion Abounds Webinar Series we covered Pesticide Licensing in TX. This session was recorded and can be found on YouTube. The video is an hour… Read More →
SPN: Save the date for future trainings and more
In the fast-changing world, we are living in I am going to devote this newsletter to a variety of resources and upcoming trainings to help you navigate through these difficult times. Over the summer, Shelly Branstetter, Membership Services Manager, TASB Facility Services; Joanie Arrott, Risk Prevention Services Manager, TASB Risk Management Services and I have been distance meeting to see how our groups can help better support you our clients. On Tuesday, September 10, 2020 from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM we will host our first webinar –… Read More →
SPN: Summer work in the age of COVID-19
No matter where you live these days you have been affected by COVID-19. Some of us can work from home, while others have been reassigned and some have not been able to work. However, as June 1st approaches many of us will be returning to our work environments with new social distancing guidelines. These guidelines also require all of us to change our behavior on how we interact but also how we will need to implement strict cleaning procedures. So how do you maintain your IPM program and… Read More →