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My Contacts for Pesticide Workers

Resources:

Pesticide Agency in my State
WPS contacts in my State
Pesticide Incident Reporting
OSHA contacts in my State

  

Who Should I Call?

Applicator training, licensing
Agricultural worker safety
To report an incident
Non-agricultural worker safety

Pesticide Agency in my State

Pesticide applicators are required to have special training and testing to earn and maintain a license. A license is necessary in order to buy or use restricted use pesticides, and often, to apply any pesticides for hire. If you are thinking about becoming licensed, consider the tips below.

Here are the Pesticide Agency contacts in your state:

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Worker Protection Standard (WPS) contacts in my State

The Worker Protection Standard protects agricultural workers in farms, forests, nurseries, and greenhouses. In most states, it is enforced by the State Department of Agriculture. Call the contact below if you have questions like these:

Here are the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) contacts in your state:

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Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) contacts in my State

In each state, the OSHA works to reduce and prevent work-related injuries and illnesses. In agricultural settings, worker safety is typically enforced and monitored by the Pesticide Regulatory Agency. If you work with pesticides in a non-agricultural workplace, contact your state OSHA office for the following issues:

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Related Topics:

What are pests?

Learn about a pest

Identify a pest

Control a pest

Integrated Pest Management

What are pesticides?

Herbicides

Disinfectants

Fungicides

Insecticides

Natural and Biological Pesticides

Repellents

Rodenticides

Other types of pesticides

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