Slides:
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Transportation, Storage and Disposal
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Apply Pesticides Correctly
3.
Prevent pesticide accidents
4.
You are responsible for the safe transport
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Vehicle Safety Nevers...
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Transport pesticides only in containers with intact readable labels
7.
Typical Labeling Statements
8.
Pesticide Storage
9.
Store large amounts of pesticides in a separate building
10.
A suitable storage site
11.
Keep the storage area secure
12.
All storage sites should be securely locked
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Material Safety Data Sheet
14.
Choose a storage site where water damage is unlikely
15.
Choose a cool, well-ventilated room
16.
The storage site should be well lit
17.
The flooring should be made of nonporous material
18.
You may need a collection pad to contain runoff
19.
A supply of clean running water is ideal
20.
Pesticide storage
21.
Keep copies of labels on file on site
22.
Keep all containers tightly sealed
23.
Never put pesticides in food-like containers
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These situations do not occur frequently...
25.
Regularly inspect containers
26.
Store volatile products separately
27.
Isolate waste products
28.
Know your inventory
29.
Consider shelf life
30.
Flammable pesticides require extra precautions
31.
Flammability warning statements on the label or MSDS
32.
Develop an emergency response plan
33.
Disposal
34.
Applicator responsibilities
35.
Prevent excess pesticides
36.
Prevent excess pesticides
37.
Prevent excess pesticides
38.
Prevent excess pesticides
39.
Pesticide Wastes
40.
Operation Cleansweep
41.
Containers
42.
Container Management
43.
Container Management
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Container Management
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Container Management
46.
Check local ordinances regarding burning containers
47.
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