Recently some of CEPA's Board Members have been taking to social media to say a big thank you to trained, professional pest managers across Europe who continue to work hard and contribute to public health during this time of crisis. Without their work, it would be impossible to ensure hygiene is maintained throughout Europe's hospitals and across the food supply chain.
1. Henry Mott, President of CEPA
2. Milagros Ferdandez De Lezeta
3. Håkan Kjellberg
A big #ThankYou to pest managers across Europe for keeping critical services in operation during #COVID19 - a message from @KjellbergHkan, member of CEPA’s Board of Directors #TheGoodPestManager pic.twitter.com/K4ECrxzF0D— CEPA (@CEPAEuropa) April 7, 2020
4. Monica Biglietto
Un #grazie immenso 🙏 from Monica Biglietto, member of CEPA’s Board of Directors to trained pest management professionals in Italy and around the world for their hard work keeping essential services running during #COVID19 #TheGoodPestManager #ThankYou pic.twitter.com/5EkP4Diucv— CEPA (@CEPAEuropa) April 10, 2020
5. Ian Andrews
A huge thank you from @neloon, CEO of @britpestcontrol and member of CEPA’s Board of Directors to all trained pest management professionals and to those who support them 💪 during the #COVID19 pandemic 🦠 #TheGoodPestManager #ThankYou pic.twitter.com/yyvXOy7V4p— CEPA (@CEPAEuropa) April 14, 2020
6. Patrick Vernié
#ThankYou to all those working in pest management during these challenging times. Patrick Vernié, member of CEPA’s Board of Directors shares why he is proud to support the pest management industry during #COVID19 #TheGoodPestManager pic.twitter.com/I98NaGAwwH— CEPA (@CEPAEuropa) April 16, 2020
7. Michael Kahlo
Many thanks from Michael Kahlo, Member of CEPA’s Board of Directors, to all PCOs working on site during the current #COVID19 pandemic. We are a systematically relevant and key profession! #TheGoodPestManager #ThankYou 🙏 pic.twitter.com/c9HrXPNOmw— CEPA (@CEPAEuropa) April 17, 2020
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