Pest Control Services with
Focus pest management
Since its establishment in 2005 in Singapore, Focus Pest Management has been providing quality fumigation services and pest control to its customers. Being NEA licensed and accredited by the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) , we provide a variety of fumigation services catered to suit your needs.
Pest control is imposed by many countries that have strict regulations and quarantine procedures that must be met in order for goods to be brought into the country. FOCUS Pest Management, with its years of experience, has a team of highly trained and licensed fumigators. We provide fumigation services and pest control procedures that are of an exceptional and unrivalled quality to ensure that your cargo in transit by Singapore always meets the international standards.
More informations about NEA standards : NEA-Pest Controll Operators
All our service staffs are trained in the related field and have received and awarded the endorsement and accreditation.
ISPM 15 Fumigation
Our company provides fumigation of raw wood packages using methyl bromide that meets the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM 15). The ISPM 15 guidelines were introduced to ensure that raw wood materials used for packaging are free of pests and insects in order to prevent them from being introduced and spread to countries during international trade.
Our commitment :
- FOCUS Pest Management strives to ensure consistency in service delivery and reliable performance in our range of services to meet and exceed our customers’ expectation.
- We are committed to achieving maximum customers’ satisfaction through continual work processes improvement and offering wider range of services to enhance greater convenience and competitive rates for our customers.
- To foster a corporate environment that encourages staff continual skill training, upgrading and knowledge enhancement so as to stay relevant and ahead of changing market trends.
- To practice transparent corporate governance and sound management to ensure staffs are motivated and service oriented.
- To maintain a level of profitability that encourages sustained growth, ensures quality and provide excellent rewards to staff and good return to shareholders.
Timber & Wood product Fumigation
Commodities/Agricultural Products Fumigation
Antique, Piano &
Nuisance & Dangerous
Taking into consideration:
a) Location of the container
b) Condition of the container – Look for dents, door seal condition and if the doors can be securely locked.
Seal air vents securely on the side of the container with masking tape.Seal air vents securely on the side of the container with masking tape by using a ladder.
Placement of probes
½ inch diameter PVC hose to be inserted into the container to guide the tube into the container. PU tube for space reading is then inserted into the PVC pipe.
PVC hose / tubing is placed on top of the cargo / cases into the end of the container.
Secure sealing of the container
Fumigated container doors secured with temporary fumigation seal attached and danger signage displayed.Monitoring tube accessible and sealed. Shut and seal doors with masking tape.
Fumigation area signage and gas release
1)Place danger sign on center of container doors.
2)Barrier tapes placed against doors of container.
3)Monitoring tubes must be clearly marked with “S” for space.
4)Marking should be waterproofed.
5)Only licensed fumigator is authorised to release the gas.
6)Gas is dispensed through the monitoring tube.
Dosage: Methyl bromide = 1.65 kg per 20 ft.
Gas concentration reading
a) Insert the monitoring equipment nozzle into the monitoring tube.
b) Ensure the monitoring equipment is switched on.
c) Stand the monitoring equipment for minimum duration of 2 minutes for reading of gas concentration and also to facilitate clearing of the sample line.
Gas concentration reading
a) Riken meter will indicate 115%-125% right after gas release.
b) 2nd gas concentration reading will indicate 90%-100% after 2 hours – [ gas to be topped up if reading is below 85%]
c) Final gas concentration reading 24 hours will indicate not below 50% - [gas to be topped up if reading below 50%]
d) After 24 hours, preparation should be carried out for ventilation
Gas safety reading
a) After the minimum ventilation period of 24 hours, safety reading must be taken in the ventilated container.
b) Full face mask must be worn to carry out the safety reading.
c) Ventilation must continue if Methyl Bromide gas concentration reading is above 0.5ppm. If reading is below 0.5ppm, the container shall be declared safe and all signs to be removed.
d) The safety reading must be recorded on Form G – Methyl Bromide Fumigation Record Sheet.
a) Open the container door wide to dissipate the Methyl Bromide gas. The masking tape that sealed the container vent should be removed.
b) Full PPE must be worn during this exercise.
c) Ventilation process to be continued until the concentration adjacent to the fumigated cargo has gone below 0.5ppm or 24 hours has elapsed, whichever comes first.
d) Warning signs and barrier tape to be removed after completing ventilation.
Transport of materials
The following items shall be transported in lockable open back truck.
- Methyl Bromide canisters
- Canvass sheets
- Plastics sheets
- Spray equipment
- Other chemicals
- Used gas cylinders and other relevant equipment.
Note: Full face masks and canisters must be transported in driver’s compartment.