Quiz for N – Series Non-Agricultural Settings & Acute Pesticide Toxicity & Signal Words (2 Hours) California
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As detailed in the PSIS series, Proper work clothing is;CorrectIncorrect
Employers are required to have a Written Worker Safety Program. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Spill control procedures are designed to contain, remove and decontaminate any chemical spill. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
The N1N9 Pesticide Safety sheets are provided by:CorrectIncorrect
Backflow prevention is not required when using hand held or backpack sprayers. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Emergency Medical Care is prearranged. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
One primary objective of a Spill Control Program is to:CorrectIncorrect
The symptoms of Heat Stress resemble some symptoms of pesticide exposure. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
The SDS gives directions on application rates of a product. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
When any pesticide is ingested you must automatically induce vomiting. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Hand pouring and moving (transporting) pesticide concentrates presents the greatest hazard to the people involved. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Employees involved in the mixing and loading of pesticides, pesticide equipment maintenance and hand application (including hand-held equipment) of pesticides must be provided with and use gloves. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
If the label specifically states that the handler should not use gloves, they can still be worn if you want too. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Storage Posting Requirements. Post warning signs on all storage areas containing pesticides (or empty containers) with the signal words “DANGER” or “WARNING” on the label. Post signs on all directions of possible approach. You must be able to read the sign from 55 feet away. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Rinsing: All containers under 28 gallons, must be rinsed at the time of use, unless they are returned to the registrant or the pesticide is not diluted during use. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
The triple rinse procedure: 1. For containers smaller than 5 gallons, use enough water to fill the container ¼ full. For larger containers, use enough water to fill it one fifth full. 2. Put the appropriate amount of water into the container. Close the container securely and agitate. 3. Drain the solution into the mix tank. Allow the container to empty completely. 4. Repeat steps 1 – 3 a minimum of 2 more times. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Pesticides in the eyes:
Immediately rinse the eyes with water. Hold the eyelids open and slowly pour water over the eyes.
- Never use a forceful stream of water directed into the eye as damage may occur.
- Use water flowing slowly and gently from a faucet or hose.
- Rinse the eye for at least 5 minutes.
If symptoms of pain, discomfort, or visual problems are present after thoroughly rinsing the eyes, immediately take the affected person to the nearest emergency medical care facility. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Pesticide labels must be available at the work site. If pesticides are transferred from their original container, the new container must be labeled with the identity of the pesticide, the signal word from the product label and the name of the person or firm responsible and the address of the manufacturer. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Eye protection – Eye protection is required in the following situations:
- when stated on the label
- adjusting, cleaning or repairing pesticide-handling equipment
- ground application, except when injecting or incorporating pesticides into the soil, working in an enclosed cab or
- when spray nozzles are located below you and pointed downward
- hand application, except when applying vertebrate baits, using solid fumigants, baiting insect monitoring traps or
- applying non-insecticidal lures.
True or FalseCorrectIncorrect
Chemicals that cause cancer are called carcinogens; those that cause birth defects or other reproductive harm are called reproductive toxicants. The Proposition 65 list contains a wide range of chemicals, including dies solvents, pesticides, drugs, and food additives. If a pesticide is on the list, your employer must warn you if you are exposed to levels of the pesticide that present a significant health risk. True or FalseCorrectIncorrect