When handlers (except those employed by a commercial pesticide handling establishment)
are on an agricultural establishment and, within the last 30 days, a pesticide covered
by this subpart has been applied on the establishment or a restricted-entry interval
has been in effect, the handler employer shall display, in accordance with this section,
specific information about the pesticide.
(a) Location, accessibility, and legibility. The information shall be displayed in the same location specified for the pesticide
safety poster in § 170.235(d) of this part and shall be accessible and legible, as specified in § 170.235(e) and (f) of this part.
(1) If warning signs are posted for the treated area before an application, the specific
application information for that application shall be posted at the same time or earlier.
(2) The information shall be posted before the application takes place, if handlers (except
those employed by a commercial pesticide handling establishment) will be on the establishment
during application. Otherwise, the information shall be posted at the beginning of any such handler's
first work period.
(3) The information shall continue to be displayed for at least 30 days after the end
of the restricted-entry interval (or, if there is no restricted-entry interval, for
at least 30 days after the end of the application) or at least until the handlers
are no longer on the establishment, whichever is earlier.
(c) Required information. The information shall include:
(1) The location and description of the treated area.
(2) The product name, EPA registration number, and active ingredient(s) of the pesticide.
(3) The time and date the pesticide is to be applied.
(4) The restricted-entry interval for the pesticide.
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