It would perhaps depend on the nature of the business. What kind of business is being carried out. What kind of tools and machinery may be utilized. And certainly, what type of stock and/or materials would be kept on the premises. Let’s just say that a furniture manufacturer would be a good example of this article’s opening. Because it is a well-known fact that ticks like to burrow into wood. Same goes for the dreaded termite.
In the latter case, it is famous for, quite literally bringing down the house. But the tick should be regarded with no less dread. It could also be destructive. It could destroy company stock. And this of course, grossly affects the company’s bottom line. What needs to be said is this. Such a typical company should be keeping a tick control gloucester register as part of its basic housekeeping and risk management practices.
But this is also a register that should be outsourced at all times. It would make far more financial sense to contract out, or rather, outsource the work that needs to be done. That being said, responsible company owners have no alternative but to work with specialist handlers. These are specialist technicians, technicians with an acute, expert, perhaps even, academic knowledge of this particular insect species.
Regard this then as a best practice going forward. Only effective way to gain full control over an insect that is not likely to disappear in a hurry. Like most insect species, ticks would have to be fairly resilient, no matter how fattened with blood it is. And that reminds one. It should therefore be expected to find a prevalence of ticks on commercial lots that are harboring live animals, whether a veterinary surgeon’s premises or a large abattoir.