Target Specialty Products will host three webinars in the next few months. Registration for the webinars are now open.
Product Chemistry and Optimizing Wide Area Adulticiding
On June 30 at 1:30 p.m. EDT, Target Specialty Products will host an interactive webinar titled “Product Chemistry and Optimizing Wide Area Adulticiding,” which will introduce you to how active ingredients are developed into solutions.
Attendees will learn why formulations are designed in the matter they are, how the design is as crucial as the active and why formulations perform different than active ingredients alone.
The webinar will feature Dr. Kurt Vandock, head of public health for Bayer Environmental Science. In this role, he supports government, industry and research stakeholders in their mission to protect the public from health threats. Dr. Vandock has been with Bayer for over nine years and previously was in the Research and Development division as a Senior Scientist. He has numerous publications and patents to his name and actively contributes to the academic community. Dr. Vandock is a frequent guest speaker for Public Health and Pest Control associations and says he “takes great pride in his ability to reduce complex issues to manageable solutions.” Regardless of the situation, Dr. Vandock says, he always has one goal: Protecting public health.
Wildlife In and Around Structures
Target Specialty Products will host “Wildlife In and Around Structures” on July 28 at 1:30 p.m. EDT.
Marcus Johnson, a technical sales representative with Target Specialty Products covering the Mid-Atlantic region, is a wildlife expert that will be featured in the webinar. Johnson will provide attendees with a basic understanding of the most common nuisance wildlife species in and around residential and commercial structures.
He will provide a background on the impact and significance of wildlife and wildlife-associated diseases. In addition, Johnson will discuss regulations and safety practices required by pest management professionals (PMPs) in providing these services. As a PMP, you will provide an understanding on the biology and behavior of several nuisance species and their significance; coupled with covering the strategies and tips on trapping, exclusion and removal techniques.
Attendees will be invited to ask questions at the conclusion of the presentation.
Johnson received his bachelor of science degree in forestry and wildlife from Virginia Tech. He started in the pest control industry as a wildlife specialist for a family-owned pest control company in its service division. His responsibilities included selling and servicing residential and commercial accounts with a wide variety of wildlife issues and complaints. He then moved into a management role within the company’s distribution sector where he travelled all over the East Coast training companies on wildlife trapping, exclusion and related products. With over 23 years of industry experience, he now utilizes his expertise and knowledge to help educate PMP’s looking to expand their businesses.
iQ Product Solutions Beyond Rodent Control
On Aug. 11 at 1:30 p.m. EDT, Target Specialty Products will host “iQ Product Solutions Beyond Rodent Control,” to discuss using rodent control technology for recruitment, retention & protecting profitability across the entire business.
Patrick Lynch, ACE, senior vice president of sales for Bell Laboratories, will be discussing the biology of rodents, rodenticide stewardship – pulse baiting, and trapping dos and don’ts.
Attendees will be able to ask questions at the end of the presentation.
After completing his master of business administration from New York Institute of Technology in 2006, Lynch gained his expertise in the rodent control industry working as a Bell technical representative for the New York and New Jersey region. He is also general manager of Bell’s newest division, Bell Sensing Technologies. He currently serves on the National Pest Management Association’s (NPMA’s) Board of Directors, the NPMA Public Policy Committee as well as the NPMA Leadership Committee.