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INDEX

A

a.i., 22

absorbent, for spills, 48 cat litter, 48

absorption of pesticides into the body, 33

action, mode of, 18 active ingredient, 22 acute health effects, 18 air/water interface, 60-61 air-supplied respirator, 54

algae, 8-9, 61 cell division, 8 fragmentation, 8 attached-erect, 9 colors of, 9 filamentous, 9 planktonic, 9

algal bloom, 9 algal growth, preventing, 4

ambient air concentration of SO2 gas, 53, 54-55

American Water Works Association, 65 guidelines, 65 standards for disinfecting water lines, 66

antimicrobial pesticide, 1, 18 assuming responsibility when using, 4 expectations when using, 3 handling, 41-44 important considerations when using, 4 knowledge and skill to work safely with, 4 toxicity, 18 understanding hazards when using, 4 using, 3-5

antimicrobials, hazards using in water cooling towers, 62

application notification, 4 pesticide, training requirements for, 30 posting, 4 records, 4

application and mixing equipment, training on, 30

application procedures, understanding, expectations when applying antimicrobials, 76

assuming responsibility when using antimicrobial pesticides, 4

atmosphere monitoring device, 53 for SO2 gas, 54-55

attached-erect algae, 9 autoclaving, 14

avoiding exposure to pesticides, 32-33 hazards and potential problems, 68-69 hazards from chlorine compounds, 68

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hazards with sulfur dioxide fumigation, 56 heat stress, 34

AWWA specifications for chemical feed pumps, 67 standards for slug method, 67

B

bacteria, 7-8, 61 enzymes produced by, 7 fission, 7 how they spread, 8 iron oxidizing, 61 sulfate-reducing, 61 toxins produced by, 7

bacterial spore, 7

bacteriological testing, 68 sampling method for, 68

barrels sanitized, storage of, 55 wine, 4 wine, prewashing, 52 wooden, sanitizing, 51-56

barriers, physical, 13 biofilms, 9, 61 bloom, algal, 9

blowdown, 60, 62 illegal, environmental contamination from, 62

bodywear chemical resistant, 42 minimum requirements, 82

boiling water, to control microorganisms, 13

bonnet, 56 Brettanomyces, 51

C

Cal/OSHA, 25, 26

calcium hypochlorite granules, 66 tablets, 66

California Department of Pesticide Regulation, 2, 3, 25-27, 33, 37, 73

California restricted materials, 29

California requirements for eye protection, 42

CalTrans, 44 carrying pesticides in vehicle, 43

cartridge respirator, 43 not effective with SO2 gas, 53

categories, toxicity, 20, 21 caution pesticides, 21 cell division, algae, 8

chemical control for microorganisms, 14

chemical feed pumps, 67 AWWA specifications for, 67

chemical resistant apron, minimum requirements, 82

bodywear, 42 gloves, 32, 42 protective clothing, 42

CHEMTREC, 43

chlorination, continuous feed, 66-67 slug method, 67

chlorine compounds avoiding hazards from, 68 damage to pipes from, 69 improper testing of, 69 protecting people from, 69

chlorine concentration, monitoring, 67

chlorine pesticides, storing, 68 chlorine solutions, making, 67 chlorine test kits, 67 chlorophyll, 8 chronic health problems, 3, 19

Class 1 hazardous material disposal facility, 47

classification, pesticide toxicity, 20

cleanup procedures pesticide spill, label instructions, 47 pesticide spill, MSDS instructions, 47

cleanable surface, decontaminating, 48 cleaning, 48

cleaning and maintenance of supplied air respirator, 54

cleaning requirements, PPE, 41

cleaning up indoor spill, 48 pesticide spill, PPE, 48 pesticide spill, steps to follow, 47-48

closed recirculating systems, 59-60

clothing, contaminated, disposing of, 36-37

coccidioidomycosis, 8 colors of algae, 9

common symptoms of pesticide exposure, 32

concentration of SO2 gas in ambient air, 53, 55

concentration, lethal, 18-19

considerations when using antimicrobial pesticides, important, 4

contact lenses, hazards when using SO2, 53

container, pesticide handling, 41 leaving unattended, 41 securing in vehicle, 43 service, labeling, 4 training on how to handle, 29

containment dam for spill, 48

contaminated items, disposing of, 36-37

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