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Personal Protective Equipment

EPA requires certain Personal Protective Equipment be used when working with pesticides. The label outlines the PPE required. Without this PPE, the health of the pesticide handler and worker may be in jeopardy. EPA is proposing several changes to reduce exposure to pesticides using PPE.

Read the details of the proposed changes and the rationale before you comment.

All your comments are welcome but we have specific questions for you on changes to Personal Protective Equipment.

A. Chemical-Resistant PPE

B. Closed Systems

C. Contaminated PPE

D. Eyewear Protection for Open Cockpits

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