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instructions for first aid, 33 i n t r a n s p o r t v e h i c l e , 4 3 p e s t i c i d e s p i l l c l e a n u p p r o c e d u r e s , 4 7 , 4 8 p r o c e d u r e f o r r e q u e s t i n g , 2 7 p u r p o s e o f , 2 7

mushrooms, 8 mycelium, fungi, 8

N

NIOSH approved respiratory equipment, 43

no observable effect level (NOEL), 18, 19

non-compliance with pesticide laws, penalties for, 37

notification about pesticide application, 4

O

occupational areas for microbial pest control, 4

once-through systems, 60 open recirculating systems, 60 oral exposure, training on, 31 oral LD50, 21

P

particulates, removing from water lines by flushing, 65

penalties, for non compliance with pesticide laws, 37

performance objectives when applying antimicrobials, 73-77

personal protective equipment, 32-33, 41-43 familiarity with, expectations when applying antimicrobials, 75 for wine barrel sanitization, 53-54 function of, 32-33 label requirements, 41 using, 32

Pest Control category Health Related, 3 Microbial, 3

pesticidal soap, 18

pesticide absorption into the body, 31-33 antimicrobial, 1, 18 application, notifying others, 4 application, posting after, 4 avoiding exposure to, 32-33 caution, 21 containers, 29 handling, 41 securing in vehicle, 43 training on how to handle, 29 criteria for restricting, 29 danger, 21 danger/warning, 21 dose, 18 drift, 4 emergencies, 33 exposure, health effects of, training on, 30 symptoms of, 32 familiarity with, expectations

when applying antimicrobials, 73 formulation, 14, 22 selecting, 22 handler, who is a, 30 illness or injury, 31-32 illnesses reported, 3 inhaled, first aid for, 36 label format for, 26 reading, 52-53 supplemental, 26 training on, 29 when to read, 26-27 labeling, 26-27 laws and regulations, 25-37 knowledge of, expectations when applying antimicro- bials, 74 non-compliance, penalties for, 37 reasons for, 25 legal definition of, 17 mixing and application equipment, training on, 30 potency, 18 registration, 17 process, U.S. EPA, 18 restricted-use, federal, 29 safety training, exemption for, 2 spill, steps to follow in cleaning up, 47-48 storage, 44 area, 44 records, 44 restrictions, 44 supplemental labels, 26 toxicity, 18 categories for, 21 classification, 20 determining, 18 effect of humidity on, 20 effect of rain on, 20 effect of sunlight on, 20 effect of temperature on, 20 effect of wind on, 20 factors influencing, 20 measuring, 18 training on using safely, 29-30 transporting and storing, 43-44 use records, 27 information required on, 27-28 use reporting, 28 expectations when apply- ing antimicrobials, 73 monthly summary, 28 use restrictions, 29 vapors or dust, 19 warning, 21

Pesticide Safety Information Series, 26, 79

photosynthesis, 61 physical barriers, 13 pipes and fittings, storing, 65

pipes damage to, from chlorine compounds, 69 treated, disposing of water flushed from, 69

planktonic algae, 9 plug, fusible, 56

posting after pesticide application, 4 for SO2 fumigation, 55

sign

contents of, 55 when to remove, 55 storage area, 44

potable water lines, disinfecting, 5, 65-69

potency, 18

PPE, 32-33 air supplied respirator, 43 bodywear, minimum requirements, 82 cartridge respirator, 43 SO2 gas, 53 chemical resistant apron, minimum requirements, 82 chemical resistant bodywear, 42 chemical resistant gloves, 42 cleaning requirements, 41 cleaning up pesticide spill, 48 coveralls, 42 disposable dust mask, 43 disposable protective clothing, 42 eye protection, 42 eye wear, minimum requirements, 81 exceptions for handling certain fumigants, 33 footwear, minimum requirements, 82 for wine barrel sanitations, 53-54 gloves, minimum requirements, 81-82 headwear, minimum requirements, 82 label requirements, 41 minimum requirements, 42, 81-82 respiratory equipment, 42-43 self-contained supplied air respirator, 54 supplied air respirator, 53-54 hood for, 54 waterproof footwear, 42 waterproof protective clothing, 42 when using wire braided hoses on SO2 tanks, 53

preventing algal growth, 4 fungal growth, 4 groundwater contamination, 4, 47 microorganism buildup, 62 slimes, 4 water line contamination, 65-66

prewashing wine barrels, 52

problems associated with cooling water tower systems, 60-61

procedure for requesting MSDS, 27

prolonged onsite storage of water pipes, 65

protecting people from chlorine compounds, 69

protective clothing disposable, 42 waterproof, 42

protective eyewear, 32 protozoans, 8 pumps, chemical feed, 67 purpose of MSDS, 27

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