What is the purpose of the signal word?
Which federal agency is responsible for registering or licensing pesticide products for use in the United States?
Which signal word is associated with Hazard Class I and chemicals that have severe corrosive properties but do not necessarily have very low oral LD50 values?
According to EPA criteria, what type of respirator must you wear when applying liquid pesticide products from Toxicity Class I?
Which is a disadvantage of both EC and ULV formulations?
Which is an example of non-point-source contamination of groundwater?
Which statement about posting and notification requirements is false?
Which statement is true about washing contaminated PPE?
Which would not be considered a good security practice?
Which statement about the requirements of the FQPA is true?
Under what soil conditions are pesticides more likely to leach through soil?
Lowering the humidity of stored grains and other food products to reduce damage from mold is an example of which type of pest management method?
Which statement about triple-rinsing and pressure- rinsing pesticide containers is true?
According to FIFRA, what is the minimum standard for direct supervision of a pesticide application by uncertified individuals?
Which dry/solid formulation is mixed in water and reduces the risk of inhalation exposure during mixing and loading?
What two things should pesticide applicators be most aware of to avoid spray drift?
You are applying a pesticide to a circular area with a 20-foot diameter: What is the area?
Both civil and criminal penalties can be assessed for FIFRA violations.
Which statement about sprayer nozzles is true?
Which statement is true about cultural control practices?
According to the Worker Protection Standard, what must the pesticide handler have access to if the label requires goggles for eye protection?
Which federal law requires that all pesticides meet new safety standards?
Which statement about the proper technique for opening pesticide containers is true?
The route of entry statement on a label “Extremely hazardous by skin contact — rapidly absorbed through the skin” would most likely appear with which signal word?
Which liquid pesticide formulation may approach 100 percent active ingredient?
Which liquid pesticide formulation consists of a small amount of active ingredient (often 1 percent or less per unit volume) dissolved in an organic solvent?
Which statement is true about protecting bees from pesticide injury?
The capacity of a pesticide to cause short-term (acute) or long-term (chronic) injury is referred to as its:
What is the first step a business should take to develop a sound pesticide security program?
Which statement about pesticide rinsates is true?
Experimental use permits required under Section 5 of FIFRA can be used when conducting experimental field tests on new pesticides or new uses of pesticides on:
Which is the pesticide formulation process by which solid particles are dispersed in a liquid
What is the first thing you should do to help a victim of inhalation exposure?
To prevent damage to pesticide labels, you may use transparent tape or a coating of lacquer or polyurethane to protect them.
Who is responsible for developing MSDSs on specific chemicals and providing them on request?
Which statement about cleaning and disposing of pesticide containers is true?
Which statement about sensitive areas is true?
What is the backbone of any emergency response plan?
If a pesticide label states that you must wear gloves based on guidelines in Chemical Resistance Category "D", which materials provide the best protection from the pesticide?
Which is an advantage of microencapsulated materials?
What is needed to apply a pesticide legally when a pest problem arises for which a food or feed commodity is not on the registered pesticide label or a tolerance has not yet been established?
Which would increase the likelihood of pesticide resistance?
Which statement about pesticide storage facilities is true?
Which type of pesticide application procedure involves the uniform application of a pesticide to an entire area or field?
Which practice for minimizing storage problems is not recommended?
Which type of pesticide application would you use to control cockroaches inside of buildings?
Under which set of circumstances would the certified applicator be required to be physically present at the application site?
Which statement is true about PPE chemical resistance?
Which is true about statements of practical treatment?
Sealing cracks and crevices and small openings in buildings is an example of which type of mechanical control method?
Which statement is true about pesticide toxicity?
What two things should pesticide applicators be most aware of to avoid vapor drift?
Which is not a recommended action to take in the event of a fire involving pesticides?
Which statement is true about PPE as required by the label?
Which would be an appropriate way to describe a relatively low-toxicity pesticide product to the customer?
When two or more pesticides mixed together form a putty or paste, separate into layers, or look like cottage cheese, it is an example of:
An enclosed cab always provides enough protection from pesticide exposure to allow applicators to use less PPE than recommended on the label.
Which statement about emergency response planning is true?
Directions for mixing and loading a pesticide are usually found under:
Which technique would help to minimize off target drift?
Which statement is true about heat stress?
Which would be considered a preventive pest management strategy?
Determining when to apply a pesticide includes consideration of:
Which federal law governs the establishment of pesticide tolerances for food and feed products?
Which statement is false about first-aid response for pesticide exposure to the eye?
Which would not be an action to take in the case of a pesticide spill?
Using barriers to prevent pests from getting into an area is an example of which type of pest management method?