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Label Review Training: Module 2: Parts of the Label, Page 6

Section 1: What is on the front panel?

Key Points

  • The front panel of a pesticide label can include the following eight parts: restricted use pesticide statement; product name, brand, or trademark; ingredient statement; child hazard warning statement; signal word; first aid statement; skull and cross bones symbol and the word “Poison”; and net contents/net weight.
  • If a product is subject to the Worker Protection Standard, then the signal word must appear in both Spanish and English, and must be followed by a statement in Spanish and English.
  • The front panel of a pesticide label should usually be organized in the following order: 1) restricted use pesticide statement; 2) product name, brand, or trademark; 3) ingredient statement; 4) child hazard warning statement; 5) signal word; 6) first aid statement; 7) skull and cross bones symbol and the word “Poison”; and 8) net contents/net weight. 

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