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Q

QAC, 2 QAL, 2 qualifications, trainer, 78 Qualified Applicator Certificate, 2 Qualified Applicator License, 2

R

rain, effect on pesticide toxicity, 20

reading the pesticide label, 52-53

reasons for pesticide laws and regulations, 25

recirculating systems closed, 59-60 open, 60

record keeping, expectations when applying antimicrobials, 74

records application, 4 pesticide storage, 44 pesticide use, 27 training, 4

refrigeration, to control microorganisms, 13

registration process, pesticide, U.S. EPA, 18

registration, pesticide, 17

regulations and laws, pesticide, 25-37

regulations, pesticide, reasons, for 25

repairing damaged water lines, 66 reported pesticide illnesses, 3

reporting pesticide use, monthly summary, 28 pesticide use, requirements for, 28-29 what to report, 28

requirements for cleaning, PPE 41 pesticide use reporting, 28 training employee handlers, employer, 26

rescue breathing, 36

respirator air-supplied, 43 cartridge, 43 supplied air, 54

respiratory equipment, 42-43 exposure, training on, 31

response, emergency or incident, 47-48

responsibility when using antimicrobial pesticides, 4

restricted materials, California, 29

restricted-use pesticides, federal, 29

restricting pesticides, criteria for, 29

restrictions pesticide storage, 44 pesticide use, 29

routes of exposure, 19

S

safety glasses, 42

safety precautions, understanding, expectations when applying antimicrobials, 74

sampling method for bacteriological testing, 68

sanitation, 13 sanitized barrels, storage of, 55

sanitizing water pipes, 5, 65-69 wine barrels, methods used for, 52-55 wooden wine barrels, 51-56

saturated steam, 13-14 scale deposits, 60

securing pesticide containers in vehicle, 43

seeking help during emergencies, 4, 47

selecting a pesticide formulation, 22

self-contained supplied air respirator, 54

serious symptoms of pesticide exposure, 32

service container, 41 labeling, 41

shock, 36 short-term exposure, 19 signal word, 21

signs and symptoms of heat stress, 34

skin exposure, 19 first aid for, 35 training on avoiding, 30-31 skin irritation, 21

skull and crossbones, 21

slimes, 9, 61 preventing, 4

slug method, chlorination, 67 AWWA standards for, 67

SO2 cylinders handling, 56 fumigation, posting for, 55 gas, ambient air concentration of, 53, 54-55 gas, working with, 56 monitoring, 54-55 tanks, with wire braided hoses, 53

soap insecticidal, 18 pesticidal, 18

spill absorbent for, 48 cat litter, 48 cleaning up, 47-48 PPE, 48 containment dam for, 48 indoors, cleaning up, 48

spoilage, wine, 4

spore, 8 bacterial, 7

spreading microorganisms in wineries, 51

stain, Gram, 7 steam, saturated, 13-14

steps to follow in cleaning up pesticide spill, 47-48

storage area, posting, 44 of sanitized barrels, 55 pesticide, 44 records, pesticide, 44 restrictions, pesticide, 44 storing chlorine pesticides, 68 pipes and fittings, 65

stuck fermentation, 52

study guide, Laws and Regulations, 2

sulfate-reducing bacteria, 61

sulfur dioxide, 52 fumigation, avoiding hazards with, 56 liquid, 53

sunlight, effect on pesticide toxicity, 20

supervision of non-certified personnel, expectations when applying antimicrobials, 74

supplemental labels, 26

supplied air respirator, 53-54 cleaning and maintenance, 54 hood, 54 self-contained, 54

swallowed pesticides, first aid for, 36

symptoms heat stress, 34 pesticide exposure, 32 pesticide exposure, serious, 32

T

tablet or granule method, 66

temperature range for chemical resistant bodywear, 42

temperature, effect on pesticide toxicity, 20

test kits, chlorine, 67

testing bacteriological, 68 equipment, water, 62

threshold limit value (TLV), 19-20 tower fill, 60

toxicity, 18 antimicrobial pesticide, 18 categories for pesticides, 20, 21 classification, pesticide, 20 pesticide, factors influencing, 20

toxins, produced by bacteria, 7 trainer qualifications, 78

training employee, 29-37 employees to handle pesticides, 78-80 expectations when applying antimicrobials, 74 handler, employee, 29-37 on eye exposure, 31 on handling and cleaning application equipment, 30 on health effects of pesticide exposure, 30 on how to handle pesticide containers, 29

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