CARY, N.C. – Pest Management and Public Health, a business within the Environmental Science Division of Bayer, is offering attendees of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) annual meeting an inside look at the company's latest rodent protection technology.
“At Bayer, we understand there can be tremendous loss and risk when pests interrupt the food supply chain,” said Alec Senese, business development manager of Pest Management and Public Health at Bayer U.S. “We are excited to show IAFP attendees how the Bayer Rodent Monitoring System can improve food safety programs, drive value and help them rest easy.”
Bayer RMS enables food safety professionals to focus on proper inspection and the area of infestation. Features like 24/7 monitoring, heat mapping, automated trap checking and up-to-the-minute program verification provide greater visibility and eliminate the need to spend hours manually checking every trap. These features allow food safety professionals to easily determine if they are facing infestation and remove any guesswork, conserving time and resources. The reporting capabilities also mean improved audit readiness, giving food safety professionals peace of mind on compliance without having to enter the facilities in-person.
Attendees can learn more about this cutting-edge technology and how it drives value by stopping at booth 705. They are also encouraged to attend the educational session about the value of Bayer RMS, which will be presented by Alec Senese on July 20.
“Food safety professionals will have an inside look at how this technology works to improve protection for their clients, save them time and fuel profitable growth,” said Senese, “They do not want to miss it.”
For more information on Bayer RMS, visit www.beyondsmarterbusiness.com. Additionally, food safety professionals can raise the bar on pest management solutions by visiting www.es.bayer.us/foodsafety.