Featured Courses

Sponsored by
San Joaqin County

Most Common Violations

This one hour course covers the most common regulatory violations seen in San Joaquin County in 2020. Topics include handler and fieldworker training, hazard communication, application-specific information, decontamination facilities, label availability, service container labeling, emergency medical care, personal protective equipment, the respiratory protection program, and bee protection and notification requirements.

This course is California Department of Pesticide Regulation approved for 1.0 hour of Laws & Regulations.

Free
Free
Sponsored by
San Joaqin County

The Fieldworker Safety Inspection Report

This course covers the regulatory requirements found in a Fieldworker Safety Inspection Report, what each requirement means, and how to comply.

This course is California Department of Pesticide Regulation approved for 1.0 hour of Laws & Regulations

Free
Free
Sponsored by
San Joaqin County

The Pesticide Use Monitoring Inspection (PR-ENF-104)

Mission: Protect human health and the environment by regulating pesticide sales and use, and by fostering reduced-risk pest management. Role: The role of regulating pesticides in California is a joint responsibility of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) and the County Agricultural Commissioners (CACs).

Free
Free
Sponsored by
San Joaqin County

Pest Control Headquarters Inspections For Agricultural Operations

This training focuses on the Pest Control Headquarters Inspection Report (Form 109)
This type of inspection is for: Production Agriculture Operations, Pesticide Dealers, Pest Control Advisors (PCA),"Other" Non-Production Headquarter Types,For this training' we're going to concentrate on agricultural operations.

Free
Free
Sponsored by
San Joaqin County

Pesticide Drift Prevention

Pesticide drift is the movement of pesticide dust or droplets through the air at the time of application or soon after, to any site other than the intended treatment area.
Drift isn’t limited to the period during or immediately after an application, drift can occur hours or even days later.

Free
Free