||Safety in the Use of Pesticides.
Wolfe, Homer R. ;
Durham., William F. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Wenatchee, Wash. Field Studies Section.
Industrial hygiene ;
Toxic diseases ;
Safety engineering ;
Industrial medicine ;
Preventive medicine ;
Atmosphere contamination control ;
Accident prevention ;
Protective clothing ;
Lethal dosage ;
Signs and symptoms ;
Occupational diseases ;
Toxic substances ;
Occupational safety and health
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||Any worker who might become involved in the handling of pesticides should not only be well informed about the effectiveness of various chemicals in control of insects, weeds, fungi, and other pests, but also he should be well acquainted with the potential health hazards involved in the use of these materials. The following information concerning the toxicity of the more widely used pesticides, as well as some suggested precautions to follow when using such compounds, should be helpful to anyone working with pesticides.
||Pub. in Proceedings of the Eastern Washington Fertilizer and Pesticide Conference (2nd), Washington State University, p14-21 1966.
||Included in the report, Journal Articles on Worker Safety, PB-277 650.
||Reprint: Safety in the Use of Pesticides,
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||(Order as PB-277 650, MF A01)