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Weed Management in Home Lawns
... with label directions so that water contamination or other hazards do not result. Clothing - Always wear protective clothing when applying pesticides. At a minimum, wear a long-sleeved shirt, long-legged ... boots (never go barefoot or wear sandals), eye protection, and a wide-brimmed hat. Additional protective gear may be listed on the pesticide label. Handling - Never eat, drink, or smoke ...

... wear protective clothing and use repellents (Table 1). Dusting sulfur is often used as a repellent. Repellents should be applied to legs, ankles, cuffs, waist, and sleeves by clothing application ... yellow or pink dots moving across cardboard. Before starting your survey for chiggers, use protective clothing and repellents. Area control of chiggers is difficult to achieve, but insecticides approved ...

Worker Protection Standard: Training Workers and Handlers
... emergency decontamination procedures, including emergency eyeflushing techniques. Hazards from pesticide residues on clothing. Warnings about taking pesticides or pesticide containers home. An explanation of ... , including emergency eyeflushing techniques. Need for and appropriate use of personal protective equipment. Prevention, recognition, and first aid treatment of heat-related illness. ...