Laws & Regulations
Este curso cubre los requisitos reglamentarios que se encuentran en un Informe de Inspección de Seguridad del Trabajador de Campo, lo que significa cada requisito y cómo cumplir.
Este curso está aprobado por el Departamento de Regulación de Pesticidas de California para 1.0 hora de Leyes y Regulaciones
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.
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
Pesticide Use Monitoring Inspections are one of the most common types of regulatory inspections performed by our department.
The purpose of these inspections is to determine if the handler and employer are in compliance with regulations, permit conditions, and the label being used. Additionally, these inspections assure that possible hazards to people, crops, non-target animals, and surrounding properties are addressed.
This course has been approved for 1.0 hour of Pesticide Laws and Regulations.
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 concentrate on agricultural operations.
This course is approved for 1.0 hour of Laws & Regulations.
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.
This continuing education course training series discusses tips and techniques to reduce the possibility of off-target drift.
This course is approved for 0.5 hour Laws & Regulations and 0.5 hour Other.