In the event of an emergency, the first person to contact would be your attorney.
Your emergency response plant should reflect only the off-season inventory or pesticides stored at your facility.
As long as you have an emergency response plan at your facility, it is not necessary to designate and emergency response coordinator.
It is important to keep with you your emergency list and an outline of the information that should be passed along during an emergency notification call.
Contain liquid spills by spreading absorbent materials such as fine sand, vermiculite, clay, or pet litter over the entire spill
Rope off the contaminated area, keeping people at lease 30' from the spill
Use absorbent pillow or tubes to dike around the spill area
Use sawdust or sweeping compounds to control pesticides that are strong oxidizers.
Contain small fires with fog, foam, or dry powder
Notify the fire department and inform the firefighters of the nature of the pesticide involved
Using water jets to put out the pesticide fire
Construct dikes to contain contaminated runoff water
Triple rinsing is more effective than pressure rinsing
Both triple rinsed and pressure rinsed containers are considered non-hazardous waste
You must wear protective clothing for triple rinsing but not for pressure rinsing
Triple rinsing requires the use of a special nozzle
Nozzle material should be selected based on the pesticide formulation
A nozzle that primarily produces fine droplets is usually selected to minimize off-target drift
Brass tips should be used when applying abrasive materials
Coarse-sized droplets supply maximum coverage of the target
Whenever a restricted use pesticide is applied
When the pesticide is being applied inside or around a public building
If state law or the label requires it
Whenever any type of pesticide is applied by an uncertified individual
All states require residential areas to be posted before a pesticide is made
States do not vary in the minimum notification requirements to concerned individuals
All states require notification of school members 72 hours before an application is to be made to a school
Some states maintain a registry of sensitive individuals who must be informed if a pesticide application is going to be made near them.
The application is done by a competent person who has received a six-month training course by a certified applicator
The application is done by a person who has passed a competency exam
The application is done by a competent person acting under the instruction and control of a certified applicator who is available if and when needed
The application is done by a competent person with the certified applicator present at the time and place the pesticide is applied
Posting usually involves placing a small plastic flag or sign in a conspicuous place to alert people to avoid treated areas.
Some states may require your to provide copies of labels and material safety data sheets at the time of application or upon request by the customer
Most states require posting of and notification about pesticide applications made in agricultural areas
$5,000 surety bond; $10,000 liability coverage and $50,000 aggregate
$10,000 surety bond; $250,000 liability coverage and $500,000 aggregate
$20,000 surety bond; $15,000 liability insurance and $40,000 aggregate
Using a pressure sprayer
using the largest droplets practical to provide necessary coverage
Holding a shield around the weed to be sprayed
Minimizing droplet size
Use with caution
Use extreme caution
Not very toxic at all
5 years in jail and a fine of $5,000
A civil penalty of not more than $650 in case of the first offense and not less than $1100 for any subsequent offense
One year in jail and a fine of $1,000
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