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Pest Structural Inspections: Pesticide Safety Mobile App

The Pest Structural Inspections: Pesticide Safety mobile app provides General Safety Procedures for Most Pesticide Applications. These precautions should be used for most types of structural pesticide applications.The app covers General Safety Procedures,General Safety Procedures for Ultra Low Dose and Fogging Treatments,Safety Procedures for Rodent & Bird Baiting and Safety Precautions for Hand Held Sprayers. GoCanvas can help reduce math errors with auto calculations.

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    The following are general safety procedures that should be used for most types of structural pest...

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    Applicators must understand how the building ventilation systems work and know how air moves in ...

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    2. For many dwellings, windows are the only source of ventilation so they should be:

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    closed if cross drafts will cause pesticide drift during application.

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    be opened afterward to adequately vent the building or rooms of pesticide vapours.

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    In buildings with sealed ventilation systems, building management staff must be available to shu...

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    Spraying ULD fogging or dusting treatments applied in areas where heating systems are located ma...

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    Before a pesticide is used, notification should be provided to people who may be exposed to the ...

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    In general, a written notice should be given to residents who live in or workers who use areas t...

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    Notices should include the treatment date, start time and completion time, re-entry information,...

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    Know how ventilation systems affect applications and how to adequately vent a building following...

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    Know that heating systems may cause a fire hazard and what should be done to prevent the hazard.

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    Know how to notify building occupants and the public prior to treatments.

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    Determine and use required and safe re-entry times.

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    inhalation or ocular exposure of pesticide vapours, dusts or mists,

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    dermal exposure by touching pesticide residues on treated surfaces, or,

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    ingestion when contaminated food has been eaten.

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    Label instructions for re-entry vary.

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    Ensure also that any requirements or guidelines are followed for re-entry of workers into treate...

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    Ensure that people are warned to keep themselves and pets away from the treatment area during tr...

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    Ensure doors are locked and/or signs posted to keep people out until re-entry is allowed.

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    Before treatment with sprays, food (human and pet), children’s toys and other personal use items...

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    Whenever possible, pesticides should not be applied directly to food preparation surfaces.

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    Follow label precautions for respirators – if not specific, a full face canister respirator shou...

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    Exhaust fans must be turned off, and windows and doors closed before treatment.

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    Applicator exposure should be minimized by starting the treatment at furthest point from planned...

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    Exhaust fans must be turned on and or windows and doors opened to ensure adequate ventilation be...

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    Baits must be placed according to label directions in areas inaccessible to humans and other non...

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