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Module 3: Special Issues

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  1. Label Basics
  2. Parts of the Label
  3. Special Issues
  4. Applying the Principles of Pesticide Label Review
  5. Emerging Issues and Course Completion

Module 3

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Section 2: How should I review precautionary statements?

Key Points

Progress Check
  1. Name the six acute toxicity studies.
    Acute oral, acute dermal, acute inhalation, primary eye irritation, primary skin irritation, dermal sensitization.
  2. When are hazards to humans and domestic animals statements required?
    When any acute toxicity study results in a product classification of Toxicity Category I, II, or III, and/or when the dermal sensitization study result is positive.
  3. What kind of products are used indoors but still may require environmental hazards statements because they may be highly concentrated and could pose a serious hazard if a spill occurred?
    Manufacturing–use products.
  4. What three words should not appear in flammability statements?
    Caution, warning, and danger.
  5. When is a first aid statement required?
    When any acute toxicity study result is classified as category I, II, or III.

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