Resources




Credible Sources of Information

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National Pest Management Association’s Bed Bug Hub
 
University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Guide to Managing Bed Bugs http://lancaster.unl.edu/pest/resources/bedbug263.shtml
 
The Department of Medical Entomology’s Bed Bug Web Site,
ICPMR, Westmead Hospital




 
Indiana University Office of Environmental, Health, and Safety
Management’s Housekeeping Procedures for Bed Bugs
 
National Pest Management Association’s new survey, Bed Bugs in
America: Impact on Everyday Life
 
Joint Statement on Bed Bug Control in the United States from the U.S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
 
Why we can’t kill bedbugs
 
 
Resources for Businesses and Property Managers
 
Risk Management
Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite: An Insurance and Risk Management Perspective




 
Hotels
A Bed Bug Management Policy for Accomodation Providers
 
Revived Threat Bites Hotels
 
Hotel Liability Risks
 
NYC Guide to Stopping Bed Bugs in Hotels Safely
 
Employers
 
Employers Don’t Need to Worry About Bedbugs . . . Or Do They?
 
Don’t Let the Bedbugs Bite: What Every Employer Should Know
 
Employers Waking Up to Bed Bug Problems
 
Bed Bugs and the Liability Risks of Employers
 
Offices
 
More offices see bedbug infestations
 
Bed Bugs in Offices
 
Apartments and Condominiums
 
Protocol for Prevention and Control of Bed Bugs in Multi-unit Housing
 
Bed bug information for condo associations
 
Hospitals, Shelters, Group Living FacilitiesBed Bug Prevention and Management in Hospitals and Long Term Care Facilities
 
Cornell University’s Guidelines for Prevention and Management of Bed Bugs in Shelters and Group Living Facilities
Links to Bed Bug Videos
 
CNN Video about bed bug dogs http://bcove.me/5hwv6rik
 
Emmy Award Winning Bed Bug Documentary http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qx751dNw7Q
 
National Geographic Bed Bug video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfKCcSPCOQo
 
NPR interview with Michael Potter entomologist University of Kentucky http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=129701363