Wil-Kil achieves QualityPro Schools certification


November 25, 2019

Wil-Kil Pest Control, a pest management services provider in the upper Midwest, earned its QualityPro Schools designation. The certification demonstrates the company’s commitment to quality pest management in schools and other education facilities.



“We are proud to be an accredited QualityPro Schools pest management company,” says J. Kevin Jeffrey, general manager of Wil-Kil Pest Control. “This certification showcases Wil-Kil’s commitment to providing the highest quality pest management service to our clients as we understand how sensitive school environments can be. Our technicians receive specialized training so they have the knowledge and skills to maintain a healthy and safe learning environment for students.”

QualityPro, which is administered by the Foundation for Professional Pest Management and endorsed by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), is an independent organization that develops business practices and standards for the pest management industry. The organization created the QualityPro Schools certification to ensure pest management technicians have the knowledge and expertise of proper pest prevention and control methods needed to service schools and other education facilities to minimize pest risk.

“To gain the Quality Pro Schools certification we are required to commit to the highest standards of child safety and dedication to IPM principles,” says Alex Blahnik, field training manager at Wil-Kil Pest Control. “By having each person involved in QualityPro Schools-certified locations take the QualityPro Schools course and pass the stringent certification exam, we are able to commit to uphold that standard, which is set by the NPMA.To date, over 100 Wil-Kil employees qualify to design and perform QualityPro Schools certified programs.”


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Ellen Kriz

Ellen Kriz is the managing editor for PMP magazine. She can be reached at ekriz@northcoastmedia.net or 216-706-3764.

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