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instructions for pesticide protective clothing

Body Protection Many pesticide labels require protective clothing such as long sleeved shirt, pants, socks, and shoes or bootsClothing should be pesticide free and made of tightly woven fabricOther pesticide labels may require the applicator to wear a waterproof

A fairly large established data base provides information on clothing worn by U.Sand Canadian farmers to work with pesticides, their attitudes and beliefs about pesticide risk, and clothing as a dermal barrierVery limited similar data are available for farmers in less

General First Aid Instructions Most important, be sure to protect yourself by wearing appropriate protective clothing and equipment if there is a likelihood of being directly exposed to a pesticide while administering first aid or removing the victim from an enclosed

Measurements in the United Kingdom of the exposure of operators to pesticide sprays were used to indicate the performance required of protective clothingLaboratory tests, designed to simulate maximum levels of contamination, as far as practicable, were then applied to protective clothing materials and finished items to facilitate the development of national and international standards of

Protective Equipment instructions on the pesticide label applicators mixers loaders early entry agricultural workers hand picking harvest crew A only B and only C, , and only D, , , and

Pesticide Regulations Environment Act (Nova Scotia) (a) protective clothing including gloves, hats, coveralls, boots, eye protection, a first aid kit and a respirator appropriate for use with the pesticide being stored are readily available, are properly maintained, and

Wearing protective clothing helps to reduce your risk of exposure to pesticidesThe types of clothing and how the clothing is worn influence how well you are protectedIn all cases, read the pesticide label completely, and follow the instructions given.

Keep pesticide contaminated PPE away from other clothing or laundry and wash it separatelyIf PPE will be reused, clean it before each day of reuse according to the instructions from the PPE manufacturer unless the pesticide labeling specifies other requirements.

In looking into future directions of "protective clothing" for pesticide users, the final EPA ruling scheduled for release in June (Smith personal communication) places the majority of its recommendations on the labelTherefore, it will be up to pesticide

pesticide being used and the formulation (liquid, granular, wettable powder, etc.)Some labels, especially for agricultural pesticides, are affected by the Worker Protection Standard and specifically state that Protective Clothing and Equipment for Pesticide

Pesticide labels contain specific instructions on how the pesticide is intended to be used, and what steps to take to protect yourself and others from exposureLabels include stickers, tags, seals, leaflets, brochures and or wrappers applied to or attached to the product package.

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