ACE GUIDE PESTICIDE SAFETY CH 07

  1. The US has rigorous pesticide regulation system based on the _
    FEDERAL INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE RODENTICIDE ACT
  2. FIFRA = Federal _ _ and _ Act
    FEDERAL INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE RODENTICIDE ACT
  3. FIFRA was enacted into law in year?
    the early 1900s
  4. Organophosphate and carbamate... canceled in US by the _, which amended FIFRA of 1947.
    1996 Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA)
  5. The registration and use of pesticides are regulated by _, along with its 1996 amendment, FQPA
    FIFRA of 1947
  6. The registration and use of pesticides are regulated by FIFRA of 1947, along with its 1996 amendent, _
    FQPA
  7. FQPA =
    FOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT
  8. The US _ approves, registers, and regulates all substances that are manufactured and sold as pesticides.
    EPA
  9. a term used to describe the short term toxic effects of a substance.
    acute toxicity
  10. refers to the long term effects of a substance or the effects when an organism is exposed to a substance at low doses over a long period of time.
    chronic toxicity
  11. The amount of a substance needed to kill 50% of a population from a single exposure to that substance.
    Lethal Dose 50
  12. Refers to the amount (by volume) of a substance that is needed to kill 50% of a population when inhaled.
    Lethal Concentration 50
  13. _ is useful for expressing the level of toxicity of chemical gases, such as fumigants.
    Lethal Concentration 50
  14. Toxicity Category I = ?
    DANGER
  15. Toxicity Category II = ?
    WARNING
  16. Toxicity Category III = ?
    CAUTION
  17. Toxicity Category IV = ?
    none required
  18. _ indicates the pesticide product is MODERATELY toxic if eaten, absorbed through the skin, inhaled, or it causes moderate eye or skin irritation.
    WARNING
  19. _ means that the pesticide product is highly toxic by at least one route of exposure.
    DANGER
  20. DANGER may be highly toxic if eaten, absorbed through the skin, or inhaled. The word _ must also be included in red letters on the front panel of the product label.
    POISON
  21. _ do NOT reflect levels of chronic toxicity.
    Signal words
  22. Chronic toxicity information can be found in a pesticide's SDS sheet under a section called "_ _"
    Toxicological Information
  23. _ requires pesticide manufacturers to produce documents called safety data sheets.
    Occupational Safety Health Administration
  24. _ do not contain information about how to use pesticide products.
    SDS
  25. _ contain detailed information regarding safety, environmental hazards, levels of toxicity, fire-fighting measures, and more.
    SDS
  26. When working with _ , neoprene, latex, or natural rubber gloves may offer adequate protection.
    water based formulations
  27. When applying formulations that contain solvents/emulsifiable concentrates, gloves made of _ or _ rubber offer better protection.
    nitrile or butyl
  28. chlorinated hydrocarbons DDT and chlordane are considered _
    bioaccumulators
  29. _ = Over time and
    with repeated exposure, they can build up high
    concentrations in the bodies of humans or other
    animals.
    bioaccumulators
  30. The first synthetic organic insecticides developed
    were chlorinated hydrocarbon compounds such as
    DDT & chlordane
  31. Most common respirator requirements are for _ cartridges.
    Organic Vapor
  32. _ cartridges are suitable for most insecticide mists or space treatment aerosols or fogs.
    Organic Vapor
  33. Phosphine fumigants call for _ filter designations.
    PH
  34. P-100 is a common _ filter.
    particulate
  35. CATEGORY OF PARTICULATE FILTERS

    These filters are not resistant to oil and should only be used when no oil is present.

    N. R. P.
    N
  36. CATEGORY OF PARTICULATE FILTERS

    These filters can resist some oil, but only for a limited time.

    N. R. P.
    R
  37. CATEGORY OF PARTICULATE FILTERS

    These filters are oil proof and can be used when oil is present.

    N. R. P.
    P
  38. # hours of use is a good rule of thumb for filter service life
    40 hours
  39. The EPA was established in year?
    1970
  40. _ sets standards for pesticide registration, handling, and use. These standards affect recordkeeping, transportation, storage, disposal, mixing methods, and application practices.
    The EPA
  41. FIFRA is administered by the EPA's _ _ _
    Office Pesticide Programs
  42. FIFRA was enacted in year?
    1947
  43. FIFRA replaced _ _ _ of 1910
    Federal Insecticide Act
  44. FIFRA replaced Federal Insecticide Act of year?
    1910
  45. In year?, an amendment was made to FIFRA called the Federal Environmental Pest Control Act - FEPCA.
    1972
  46. In 1972, an amendment was made to FIFRA called the _ _ _ _ _.
    Federal Environmental Pest Control Act
  47. FEPCA =
    Federal Environmental Pest Control Act
  48. This amendment shifted the emphasis from pest control regulations to the role of protecting public health and the environment.
    FEPCA
  49. _ governs the registration of pesticide products.
    FIFRA
  50. No product can be sold until the _ reviews an application by the manufacturer, approves each use of the product, registers it, and assigns it a registration number.
    EPA
  51. FIFRA requires that

    1) _ registers each pesticide and each of its uses, which appears on its label.
    EPA
  52. FIFRA requires that

    2) products must be categorized as either _ or _ pesticides.
    general use or restricted use
  53. FIFRA requires that

    3) users of _ pesticides must be certified or under the direct supervision of a certified applicator
    restricted use
  54. A pesticide that is designated _ status is more likely than _ pesticide to be dangerous.
    restricted used status is more likely than general use to be dangerous
  55. _ indicates that the environment, the user, or other people can possibly be harmed through the use of the pesticide, even if it is used as directed.
    Restricted use
  56. _ uses or supervises the use of restricted use pesticides for agriculture on private land.
    A private certified applicator
  57. _ may use or supervise the use of restricted use pesticides for any purpose on any property other than those listed for private applicators.
    A commercial certified applicator
  58. _ must comply with federal laws, and some state laws are even more stringent than federal laws.
    State laws
  59. _ cannot relax, overrule, or be in conflict with federal laws.
    State laws
  60. Federal Food, Drug, Cosmetic Act

    Passed in year?
    1938
  61. Passed in 1938, this law is administered by the EPA and the FDA, giving them authority to regulate the safety of food, drugs, and cosmetics.

    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act. Food Quality Protection Act. Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act. Hazardous Materials Transportation Act.
    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act
  62. Under the _ , the two government agencies determine the maximum levels of pesticide residues that are allowed in or on human food and animal feed.

    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act. Food Quality Protection Act. Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act. Hazardous Materials Transportation Act.
    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act
  63. Passed in 1938, this law is administered by the EPA and the FDA, giving them authority to regulate the safety of food, drugs, and cosmetics.

    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act. Food Quality Protection Act. Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act. Hazardous Materials Transportation Act.
    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act
  64. the maximum level of pesticide residues that are allowed in or on human food and animal feed =
    tolerances
  65. Established in 1996, this law amended FIFRA and FFDCA by fundamentally changing the way EPA regulates pesticides.

    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act. Food Quality Protection Act. Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act. Hazardous Materials Transportation Act.
    Food Quality Protection Act
  66. FFDCA =
    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act
  67. FQPA =
    Food Quality Protection Act
  68. Established in 1990, this law requires certified applicators to maintain records of restricted use pesticides they have used.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act
  69. FACT =
    Food Agriculture Conservation Trade
  70. Established in 1975, this law is administered by the Dept of Transportation.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act
    Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act
  71. According to the law, drivers who transport certain hazardous pesticides and other materials are required to undergo special training and licensing, and placards must be placed on their vehicles.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act
    Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act
  72. HMTA =
    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act
  73. Established in 1970.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Occupational Safety Health Act
  74. this law created OSHA

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Occupational Safety Health Act
  75. OSHA =
    Occupational Safety Health Administration
  76. requires employers to provide a safe workplace and to inform employees of potential hazards.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Occupational Safety Health Act
  77. regulations concerning PPE and SDS are administered through
    OSHA
  78. passed in 1973

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Endagered Species Act
  79. this law is administered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Commerce Dept's National Marine Fisheries Service.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Endagered Species Act
  80. its purpose is "to protect and recover imperiled species and the ecosystems upon which they depend."

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Endagered Species Act
  81. Because of this law, the use of some pesticides may be prohibited in certain areas if they are deemed to be harmful to endagered plants or animals.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Endagered Species Act
  82. Established in 2011

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Food Safety Modernization Act
  83. this law is administered by the FDA and its purpose is to ensure the US food supply is safe by shifting the focus from responding to contamination to preventing it

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Food Safety Modernization Act
  84. this law applies strongly to food processing facilities since pest infestations can lead to foodborne illnesses.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Food Safety Modernization Act
  85. 1910. 1938. 1947. 1970.
    • 1972. 1973. 1975.
    • 1990. 1996. 2011.
  86. FIFRA was enacted into law in year?
    the early 1900s
  87. Organophosphate and carbamate... canceled in US by the year? Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA), which amended FIFRA of 1947.

    1972. 1973. 1975.
    1990. 1996. 2011.
    1996
  88. Organophosphate and carbamate... canceled in US by the 1996 _ , which amended FIFRA of 1947.
    Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA)
  89. Organophosphate and carbamate... canceled in US by the 1996 Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA), which amended _ of 1947.
    FIFRA
  90. Organophosphate and carbamate... canceled in US by the 1996 Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA), which amended FIFRA of year?

    1910. 1938. 1947. 1970.
    1947
  91. The registration and use of pesticides are regulated by _ of 1947, along with its 1996 amendment, FQPA
    FIFRA of 1947
  92. The registration and use of pesticides are regulated by FIFRA of year?, along with its 1996 amendment, FQPA

    1910. 1938. 1947. 1970.
    FIFRA of 1947
  93. The registration and use of pesticides are regulated by FIFRA of 1947, along with its year? amendment, FQPA

    1972. 1973. 1975.
    1990. 1996. 2011.
    1996
  94. The registration and use of pesticides are regulated by FIFRA of 1947, along with its 1996 amendment, _
    FOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT
  95. The registration and use of pesticides are regulated by FIFRA of 1947, along with its 1996 amendent, _
    FQPA
  96. FQPA =
    FOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT
  97. The EPA was established in year?

    1910. 1938. 1947. 1970.
    1970
  98. FIFRA was enacted in year?

    1910. 1938. 1947. 1970.
    1947


    FIFRA replaced _ _ _ of 1910

    1910. 1938. 1947. 1970.
    Federal Insecticide Act
  99. FIFRA replaced Federal Insecticide Act of year?

    1910. 1938. 1947. 1970.
    1910
  100. In year?, an amendment was made to FIFRA called the Federal Environmental Pest Control Act - FEPCA.

    1972. 1973. 1975.
    1990. 1996. 2011.
    1972
  101. In 1972, an amendment was made to FIFRA called the _ _ _ _ _.
    Federal Environmental Pest Control Act
  102. Federal Food, Drug, Cosmetic Act Passed in year?

    1910. 1938. 1947. 1970.
    1938
  103. Passed in 1938, this law is administered by the EPA and the FDA, giving them authority to regulate the safety of food, drugs, and cosmetics.

    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act. Food Quality Protection Act. Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act. Hazardous Materials Transportation Act.
    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act
  104. Established in 1996, this law amended FIFRA and FFDCA by fundamentally changing the way EPA regulates pesticides.

    Federal Food Drug Cosmetic Act. Food Quality Protection Act. Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act. Hazardous Materials Transportation Act.
    Food Quality Protection Act
  105. Established in 1990, this law requires certified applicators to maintain records of restricted use pesticides they have used.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Food Agriculture Conservation Trade Act
  106. Established in 1975, this law is administered by the Dept of Transportation.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act
    Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act
  107. Established in 1970.

    Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Occupational Safety Health Act. Endagered Species Act. Food Safety Modernization Act.
    Occupational Safety Health Act
  108. Endangered Species Act passed in year?

    1972. 1973. 1975.
    1990. 1996. 2011.
    1973
  109. Food Safety Modernization Act

    1972. 1973. 1975.
    1990. 1996. 2011.
    2011
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ACE GUIDE PESTICIDE SAFETY CH 07
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ACE GUIDE PESTICIDE SAFETY CH 07
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