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Cut inspection time by 50% Uncover more issues and solve them 4x faster Select from over 4000 expert-proofed templates Pest Control Inspection Checklist (page name not set) Inspection Assessment Is there evidence of damage and debris caused by insects Yes No N/A Are the doors or other openings to the outside tight fitting? Yes No N/A Are there gaps around windows and/ or doors? Yes No N/A Are there water sources near the building? Yes No N/A Is there waste disposal near the building? Yes No N/A Is there vegetation or mulch placed against or near the building? Yes No N/A Is there nonessential lighting near the building? Yes No N/A Is there evidence of damage and debris caused by insects within the building? Yes No N/A Are there cracks or holes in or around the walls, doors or windows? Yes No N/A Is there food waste in undesignated areas? Yes No N/A Do all food containers have lids? Yes No N/A Are there moisture leaks or condensation around plumbing, windows, or climate control equipment? Yes No N/A Are garbage containers clean and properly covered? Yes No N/A Signs of Infestation (Rodents) Rodent droppings on the floor and other surfaces especially where food is stored. Yes No N/A Greasy rub marks on vertical surfaces. Yes No N/A Squeaking, gnawing or movement sounds in walls, cupboards, ceilings. Yes No N/A Nests made from rags, paper, cardboard, straw and other materials. Yes No N/A Gnawing damage to materials including wood, soft metals, soap, cables, conduits and food containers. Yes No N/A Signs of Infestation (Cockroach) Small spindle shaped droppings. Yes No N/A Dead cockroach bodies. Yes No N/A Completion Name & Signature of Inspector This template is also available in:
Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.