Have you got your Pesticide Spraying Certificates in place for the work that you do this autumn?
Pesticide courses for the various types of application are still fashionable.
Spring this year has made me do a radical sort out of my clothes – it feels like it has been raining for a year and I am fed up with it – decided to prune the contents of the wardrobe and refresh the contents of the chest of drawers. Not unlike the work that […]
From now, 1st April 2016, rodent bait is subject to new legislation. Are you aware of what has changed and what you must now do to comply?
It might be a New year but training courses and certification requirements have not changed. We have a few spare places on these winter courses and would be delighted if you wanted to join us.
I am sure most of us are cursing the weather – just too wet – but I find I can settle to office work so much better when the outside options are reduced by the weather.
As the seasonal cold weather has now kicked in perhaps it is time to do a bit of training for new skills, or refresher courses for your existing expertise and certification to keep you current in the workplace and compliant with legislation.
Who has to have a Pesticide Spraying Certificate – Are you legal – goodbye Grandfather Rights – NFU have FAQ
Frequently asked questions via NFU on the new requirements for certification of operators applying professional pesticides
Autumn and winter are the best times of year for training as working on the land becomes more difficult at this time of the year.
At a recently 1 Day Replacement Grandfather Rights spraying course they were all experienced sprayer operators who had been operating under Grandfather Rights for many years – all of them doing arable tasks as well as grassland spraying.