CIEH Pest Control Conference: safeguarding public health

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) Pest Control Conference, organised in partnership with the British Pest Control Association (BPCA), is a two-day online conference on 3 and 4 November.

It 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.

Highlight topics:

  • hear the latest updates on the legal and regulatory framework for dealing with pigeons and seagulls
  • examine the threats from non-native species, including Asian hornets
  • discuss what the EU transition means for pest control
  • assess the impact of climate change on pests
  • understand how Public Health England (PHE) is tackling the threat of emerging diseases


Costs are:

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


BPCA members should email to take advantage of the £99 delegate rate.

What past pest control conference delegates have said about the conference:

  • ‘Usefully addressed current and developing issues. Speakers clearly knew their 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”


Download the programme here.

Book here.

For more information, visit the CIEH website.

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