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FIRST CLASS MAIL INTRODUCING OUR SPEAKERS. . . 16948 W. Victor Road New Berlin, WI 53151 www.Batzner.com Dr. Robert M. Corrigan Batzner Pest Dr. Corrigan has been active in urban and industrial pest manage- Visit our website at: ment for over 37 years and is the president of RMC Pest Management Consulting, a company that provides training and Management consulting services to the pest control and food industry. Prior to starting his own consulting firm, Dr. Corrigan was a member of Purdue University’s Entomology Department for 15 years as a teacher and researcher in urban and industrial pest management. presents Bobby holds an A.A.S. degree in pest control; a Bachelor’s in urban and industrial entomology from Purdue; and a Master’s and Ph.D. in rodent and vertebrate pest management, also from Purdue. Jeff Tucker The 18th Jeff Tucker B.C.E., president of Entomology Associates, Inc., Houston, Texas is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in entomology. He attended graduate Annual Sanitation school at the University of Illinois where he received staff appoint- ment as a research associate in the department of entomology. TO: From 1975-1981, Tucker served as manager of technical services and Pest for a Houston, Texas pest control company. In 1981, he estab- lished Entomology Associates, an independent consulting service to the structural pest management industry. His firm specializes in urban pest management consulting with emphasis in the areas of Management Seminar technical services, training, product testing and development, liti- gation support, wood-destroying organism inspections, ant and spider management, public health pest management and develop- ment and auditing of pest management programs for food-han- dling, health-care and other facilities. Brian Sundnas Thursday, Mr. Brian Sundnas is an entomologist and technical specialist with Rockwell Labs Ltd. Prior to working with Rockwell, he was the owner-operator of a pest management company and provided con- sulting services to the pest management industry. He has a BS in April 10, 2008 entomology from Texas A&M. Greg Jach Mr. Greg Jach is the owner-operator of the Environmental Service Company. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. As a Registered Sanitarian he is currently the Environmental Health Specialist for the City of Glendale. He L OCATION : retired from the City of Milwaukee as their Vector and Nuisance Control Manager for the Health Department and the Department of AMERICAN SERB HALL Neighborhood Services. Earlier in his career he served as the 5101 W. OKLAHOMA AVE. Supervisor of the Health Department’s Training and Special Services Division. As a member of the faculty of the Milwaukee MILWAUKEE,WI Area Technical College he was instrumental in starting the Environmental Health Technology Program. Special thanks to: 18TH ANNUAL SANITATION & REGISTRATION FORM City of Milwaukee, City of Wauwatosa, and PEST MANAGEMENT SEMINAR City of West Allis Health Departments, COMPANY / AGENCY: Milwaukee Dept. of Neighborhood Services, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2008 Waukesha Co. Dept. of Env. Services, _______________________________________________ and Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, 7:30 - 8:00 AM REGISTRATION Trade and Consumer Protection 8:00 AM INTRODUCTION & WELCOME ADDRESS: for their assistance in planning this program. - Jerry Batzner, President _______________________________________________ Batzner Pest Management, Inc. GENERAL INFORMATION CITY: 8:15 AM RODENT UPDATES OUR GOAL: We thank you for your interest in our seminar - Dr. Robert Corrigan ___________________________ ZIP: ____________ and are certain you will find our program beneficial--our 18th What’s new in the life of the Annual Sanitation & Pest Management Seminar. Rodent “Genus Rattus” and “Mus Musculus” expert Dr. Robert Corrigan will be joining us once again to pro- PHONE NUMBER: ______________________________ vide his usual rodent updates. You will learn about a new 9:45 AM MORNING BREAK treatment for house flies in areas where never before possible. 10:00 AM FLY INTENSIVE I: THE LARGE FLIES EMAIL ADDRESS: _______________________________ You will also learn about proper sanitation and bioremediation (Include email address to receive a confirmation of registration). - Jeff Tucker, Entomology Assoc., Inc. techniques to control small flies. Another frequently requested How to maximize the benefits of light NAMES OF PERSONS ATTENDING: topic is roaches, so we’ve arranged for the latest on that. traps, plus new developments in baiting. Finally, you will hear an actual “case study” on proactive pest prevention through construction and building design. 11:00 AM FLY INTENSIVE II: THE SMALL FLIES _______________________________________________ RETURNING THIS YEAR--we will again feature our “insect - Brian Sundnas, Rockwell Labs identification display” to challenge your insect knowledge; a “Fruit” and “drain” flies are a growing _______________________________________________ display of products for you to inspect; and a sampling of problem for food industries. Find out the numerous reference/resource materials that are available top sanitation tips and what’s new in _______________________________________________ (along with website information and order forms). bioremediation. REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required. Please use the _______________________________________________ 12:00 PM LUNCH form attached and return with remittance by Thursday, March 27, 2008. For further information, directions, etc., contact Cheryl 1:00 PM RODENT MANAGEMENT SAVE $5.00 PER PERSON BY REGISTERING at (262) 797-4160. - Dr. Robert Corrigan BEFORE MARCH 1, 2008 FEE: Updates on traps, trap placement, rodenticides, and new products. Prior to March 1-- $60.00 per person Take advantage of our “Early Bird” Registration and save 2:00 PM AFTERNOON BREAK ______ PERSONS @ $55.00 . . . . . . . . $____________ $5.00 per person by sending registration & payment before After March 1-- March 1. (Early registration fee is $55.00 per person). 2:15 PM ROACHES STRIKE BACK - Jeff Tucker, Entomology Assoc., Inc. ______ PERSONS @ $60.00 . . . . . . . . $____________ Due to the special requirements and training materials needed Roach populations surge as resistance for this "Hands-on Workshop," enrollment is limited. Cancel- lations received in writing by March 13, 2008 will be honored. spreads throughout the US. Learn how TOTAL ENCLOSED .................. $____________ to control this pest in the coming years. FEES INCLUDE: Registration includes admittance to all train- Registrations and payment must be received by ing sessions, instructional materials, breaks and lunch. 3:15 PM AVOIDING PESTS WITH BUILDING Thursday, March 27, 2008. DESIGN--A PROACTIVE APPROACH LOCATION: AMERICAN SERB HALL - Greg Jach MAIL TO: Batzner Pest Management, Inc. The seminar will be held at American Serb Hall, 5101 W. A step-by-step guide to prevent pest Seminar Registration Oklahoma Ave., Milwaukee, WI. (Easily accessible from the entry through construction methods. 16948 W. Victor Road I-894 Bypass--exit at 60th Street, proceed north 2.5 miles to 4:00 PM UPDATES & “CLOSING REMARKS” New Berlin, WI 53151 Oklahoma Ave., then east to 51st Street. Ample parking is available, enter through West Doors). - Jerry Batzner A confirmation email will be sent to you upon receipt of registration.