Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA)
By Washington State law, the act of inspecting for pests, their signs, or conducive conditions requires one to be licensed by the WSDA. In addition, structural pest inspectors must be bonded or insured and must use WSDA-issued Inspection Control Numbers.
Obtaining and Using Inspection Control Numbers
All wood destroying organism (WDO) reports that are prepared in conjunction with the transfer, exchange or refinance of any structure must have an inspection control number (ICN) recorded on them.
Laws Pertaining to Structural Pest Inspectors
- Structural pest inspector licenses
- Wood destroying organism inspections – company license
- Wood destroying organism inspection report – inspection control number
Rules Pertaining to Wood Destroying Organism Inspections
- Wood destroying organism inspections and reporting criteria
- Wood destroying organisms
- Conducive conditions
- Complete wood destroying organism inspections
- Complete wood destroying organism inspection reports
- Specific wood destroying organism inspections
- Specific wood destroying organism inspection reports
WSDA news release archives online
For information on compliance actions again pest control operators and structural pest inspectors, search the archives for articles containing keywords such as “fines” or “suspensions.”
Association of Structural Pest Control Regulatory Officials (ASPCRO)
The Association of Structural Pest Control Regulatory Officials is a professional association comprised of the structural pest control regulatory officials of any of the fifty states.
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