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Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome Rodent Exclusion
SIGNS OF RODENT INFESTATION Droppings Tracks Gnawing damage Burrows Runways
SIGNS OF RODENT INFESTATION Grease marks Urine stains Live or dead rodents Rodent noises Rodent odors
Control Rodents Outside
Store garbage in tight-fitting containers. Control Rodents Outside
No lumber, rocks etc. < 50 ft from buildings. No gaps > 1/4 inch between door and door frame. Control Rodents Outside
Fill in holes > 1/4 inch. Control Rodents Outside
Attic vent screened. No gaps or cracks > 1/4 inch between window and cabin. No holes in screens. Control Rodents Outside
No gaps > 1/4 inch where utility lines enter cabin. No gaps or cracks > 1/4 inch beneath structure. Control Rodents Outside
No gaps > 1/4 inch along eaves. No gaps or cracks > 1/4 inch between siding. Chimneys and roof vents screened. Control Rodents Outside
Exhaust flaps close tightly. Control Rodents Outside
Control vegetation within 18 inches of building. Control Rodents Outside
Control pet food and water. Control Rodents Outside
Control Rodents Inside
Good housekeeping. Control Rodents Inside
Properly store foods. Control Rodents Inside
Properly store garbage. Control Rodents Inside
Fill in holes > 1/4 inch. Control Rodents Inside
Check utility lines beneath sinks for holes > 1/4 inch. Control Rodents Inside
Check behind water heater and furnace for utility holes > 1/4 inch. Control Rodents Inside
Use snap traps. Don’t use poison baits. Control Rodents Inside
Wrap carcasses in plastic bags. Control Rodents Inside
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Vent window installed. Install door frame side latch.
Objectives: Pick materials and equipment that are safe for use in foodservice operations Install and maintain equipment Avoid food safety hazards caused.
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