training record. the document, signed by the trainer, employer, and trainee, used to record the dates and types of pesticide safety training received.
use restrictions. special restrictions in- cluded on the pesticide label or incor- porated into state or local regulations that specify how, when, or where a specific pesticide may be used.
virus. a very small organism that multi- plies inside living cells and is capable of producing disease symptoms in some plants and animals.
warning. the signal word used on labels of pesticides considered moderately toxic or hazardous. Pesticides that are assigned the signal word WARNING based on toxicity usually have an oral LD50 between 50 and 500 mg/kg and a dermal LD50 between 200 to 2,000 mg/kg.
work clothing. garments such as long- sleeved shirts, short-sleeved shirts, long pants, short pants, shoes, and socks. Work clothing is not consid- ered personal protective equipment although pesticide product labeling or regulations may require specific work clothing during some activi- ties. Work clothing differs from and should not be confused with a cover- all. While coveralls must be provided by the employer, work clothing can be required to be provided by the employee. Short-sleeved shirts and short pants are only considered ac- ceptable work clothing under condi- tions expressly permitted by pesticide product labeling.