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04 August 2011

Steve Bell, Technician for Cannon Pest Control has recently been awarded the top prize at the British Pest Control Association, the Charles Keeble Award. Steve won the award after achieving the highest pass mark in the qualifying examination in the country.

Cannon Pest Control employees Steven Powell, Jane Fearn-Daglish and Steve Bell with John Hope and Julie Sumner

The Charles Keeble Award is open to those who are involved in the handling and use of pesticides or who supervise others in the use of pesticides. Cannon Pest Control has a great record in this achievement as Dee Ward Thompson, Technical Manager has won the award on two previous occasions.

Jane Fearn-Daglish, Field Biologist for Cannon Pest Control was also nominated for the award. She is a qualified Environmental Health Officer along with her colleague John Hope, who conducted all the training and coaching for the BPCA exams.

Steven Powell, General Manager for Cannon Pest Control commented, “Cannon hangs its hat on a quality service delivered by well trained and qualified technical staff. John’s training alongside Steve’s dedication ensured an excellent pass rate and we are really pleased with the results.” 

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