Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) helps to ensure that pests (structural and health vectors) are controlled in a safe and sanitary manner in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations.
EH&S may investigate and identify pest problems, and recommend pest treatments and chemicals.
EH&S may review plans and specifications for construction projects to help prevent occurrence of pest problems.
A WSU Pullman department experiencing a pest control problem may contact the University’s pest control contractor. Contact EH&S or Purchasing for the name and telephone number of the contractor.
Yellowjackets, Paper Wasps, and Bees! Oh My!
Late summer is when these stinging insects can become serious pests. If you notice an active nest on campus, please report it to EH&S as soon as possible so that it can be eliminated in a timely manner if necessary. Please refer to the PDF onYellowjackets and Paper Wasps, courtesy of WSU Cooperative Extension, for more information.
Prevention of West Nile Virus
At WSU Pullman, EH&S collects dead birds for analysis to help prevent West Nile virus.
Outside of Pullman, contact the local health department for information concerning the prevention of West Nile virus.
- WSU Pesticide Policy
- Pest and Animal Control Roles and Responsibilities
- Pest and Animal Control Call List
- Tick Season
Safety Policies & Procedures Manual: Pest Control