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Below are resources for reducing risk of bed bug transmission in the office, when making home visits and in shelters/group living facilities.It is becoming fairly commonplace to find bed bugs in public and private work places. Why? Bed bugs are small and they like to hide. Anyone could carry them into your building on their clothing, personal belongings and shoes. However there is no need to panic if you find them in your work place. Properly handled, the bed bugs can be eliminated with a minimum of
disruption to your operations.

Bed Bugs in the Workplace guidelines

It is becoming fairly commonplace to find bed bugs in public and private work places. Why? Bed bugs are small and they like to hide. Anyone could carry them into your building on their clothing, personal belongings and shoes. However there is no need to panic if you find them in your work place. Properly handled, the bed bugs can be eliminated with a minimum of disruption to your operations. Here is a strategy that you may want to consider…
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Guidelines for Reducing the Risk of Transporting Bed Bugs

These guidelines are provided courtesy of the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging.

All employees who visit consumers in their homes or apartment units are strongly encouraged to abide by the following guidelines. While this guideline may specifically mention bed bugs or specific types of…

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