29 Apr

CIEH Pest Control Conference: Safeguarding Public Health

Early bird (ends 20th March) 

CIEH member: £99
Affiliate member: £149
Non-member: £149

BPCA Members: Please email events@CIEH.org to take advantage of the discounted rate.

Standard Rate

CIEH member: £149
Affiliate member: £199
Non-member: £199


15Hatfields, Chadwick Court, London, SE1 8DJ

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The CIEH Pest Control Conference organised in partnership with the British Pest Control Association aims to gather pest control professionals and experts to debate the latest legislative guidance and practical tools available, as well as discuss new risks and challenges from Non-Native Species, including Asian Hornets.

Confirmed conference topics and speakers include:

  • Rat and Mouse Control Procedures- A practical guide for Pest Control Technicians working in urban environments
  • NEW General Licenses for Wild Bird control and the implications for LA’s
  • Update on the threats from Non-Native Species - including Asian Hornets

 "Usefully addressed current and developing issues. Speakers clearly knew there subject were enthusiastic and communicated well."

"All speakers were excellent. I think I learnt something new during every presentation."

"Excellent, very well organised, good speakers, correct duration and a good lunch Thank you"
Past Pest Control Conference Delegates

CPD: 4 Hours and 45 minutes 

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Robert Mayho, Chairman, National Pest Advisory Panel worked as a policy officer at the CIEH from 2002 until 2016. He managed a wide policy portfolio that majored on housing and health issues, with a particular focus on the private rented sector. He also has considerable recent experience in pest control policy and practice.

He has been the chairman of the National Pest Advisory Panel since 2012 and represents the CIEH on the Government’s Cross Sectoral Planning Group on Invasive Mosquitoes.

Since leaving the CIEH at the end of 2016, Bob has joined his wife Bronnie in launching a successful on-line children’s bookshop, www.bookwagon.co.uk 

Dr Niall Moore

Niall Moore is the Chief Non-native Species Officer for England and is also the head of the GB Non-native Species Secretariat (since it was established in March 2006). The Secretariat is based at APHA (the Animal and Plant Health Agency – an executive agency of Defra) in York but the secretariat reports to the GB Non-native Species Programme Board that co-ordinates policy and delivery on non-native species issues for GB. As Chief Non-native Species Officer Niall reports to Ministers at Monthly Biosecurity Meetings alongside the Chief Vet and Chief Plant Health Officer.  

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