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Module 3: Special Issues

Table Of Contents

Introduction

Modules

  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 1: What are precautionary statements?

Key Points

Progress Check
  1. List the following precautionary statements in the order they should appear in the precautionary statements section of the label: environmental hazards statement, physical and chemical hazards statement, hazards to humans and domestic animals statement.
    Hazards to humans and domestic animals statement, environmental hazards statement, physical and chemical hazards statement.
  2. How should hazards to humans and domestic animals statements be organized?
    So that the most severe routes of exposure are listed first.
  3. What might environmental hazards affect?
    Water, soil, air, beneficial insects, plants, and wildlife.
  4. What do physical and chemical hazards statements address?
    Flammability, explosive potential, and precautions.
  5. What three things do first aid statements include?
    Instructions for the user, instructions for the physician, and a telephone number to call for emergency information.



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