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Module 4: Applying the Principles of Pesticide Label Review

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 4

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Module Index
Glossary | Resources

Module 4 Quiz

  1. Which chapters of the Label Review Manual should label reviewers become most familiar with?
    a. Chapters 1 through 6.
    b. Chapters 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12.
    c. Chapters 13 through 19.
    d. Label reviewers should try to memorize everything in the Label Review Manual.

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  2. The Label Review Manual does not...
    a. ...establish new guidance.
    b. ...compile interpretations of statutory and regulatory provisions.
    c. ...reiterates EPA policies.
    d. None of the above.

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  3. Pesticide registration notices...
    a. ...inform pesticide registrants and other interested persons about important policies, procedures, and regulatory decisions.
    b. ...are interpretive tools.
    c. ...cannot be cited as legal requirements.
    d. All of the above.

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  4. Which of the following is a resource label reviewers should consult to review for consistency with EPA policy?
    a. The Code of Federal Regulations.
    b. Reregistration eligibility decision (RED) documents.
    c. EPA's Pesticide Registration Status Web site.
    d. All of the above.

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  5. Which of the following words or phrases are ambiguous and can jeopardize enforceability when used on a pesticide label?
    a. Do not.
    b. Should.
    c. Both of the above.
    d. Neither of the above.

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  6. How can label reviewers ensure the accuracy of directions for use?
    a. Ask the registrant if the directions for use are accurate.
    b. Refer to other pesticide labels.
    c. Refer to Chapter 11 of the Label Review Manual.
    d. None of the above.

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  7. The following words are problematic when used in statements that are intended to be mandatory:
    a. Avoid.
    b. Apply.
    c. Must.
    d. Shall.

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  8. Advisory statements...
    a. ...are absolutely necessary to reduce risk and achieve effective use of the product.
    b. ...are intended to be informational.
    c. ...may conflict with mandatory statements.
    d. ...should use terms that could be interpreted in multiple ways.

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