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Resources of '2021' 'March'

Pools are a risk. How should you manage it?

Our trainer Keith Farrow, takes you through the risks associated with treating pests at property with a pool. 

Growing Your Pest Control Business

Are you a pest technician wanting to grow your business?

We have 8 marketing tips to get your business booming. Learn the tricks of the trade to get more pest control bookings and employ more pest technicians.

How to get your pest control licence in WA

Act(s) name: Health (Pesticide) Act of 1956 for Western Australia
Health (Pesticide) Regulations 2011
Licensing authority: Western Australia Government Department of Health
Expiry: Up to 5 years

How to get your pest control licence in VIC

Act(s) name: Health Act 1958 VIC
Regulation(s) name: Health (Pest Control) Regulations 2002
Licensing authority: Victoria Department of Human Services and Victoria Department of Primary Industry
Expiry: Up to 3 years

 

How to get your pest control licence in TAS

Act(s) name: Pesticides Act 1968
Licensing authority: Tasmania Government Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries
Expiry: Up to 5 years

How to get your pest control licence in SA

Act(s) name: Controlled Substances Act 1984
Regulation(s) name: Pesticide Regulations 2003
Licensing authority: South Australia Government Department of Health
Expiry: Up to 3 years

How to get your pest control licence in QLD

Act(s) name: Pest Management Act 2001
Regulation(s) name: Pest Management Regulation 2003
Licensing authority: Queensland Government Department of Health and Queensland Government Department Primary Industries
Expiry: Up to 5 years

How to get your pest control licence in NT

Act(s) name: Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Act 1994
Regulation(s) name: Governed by Department of Health Medicines and Poisons Control
Licensing authority: Northern Territory Government Department of Health and Community Services
Expiry: Up to 3 years

How to get your pest control licence in NSW

Act(s) name: Pesticides Act 1999 New South Wales
Regulation(s) name: Pesticides Regulation 2017 New South Wales
Licensing authority: New South Wales Environment Protection Authority (EPA)
Expiry: Up to 5 years

How to get your pest control licence in ACT

Note: The ACT does not issue individual licences.

Act(s) name: Environment Protection Act 1997
Licensing authority: ACT Government Department of Urban Services