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    Pesticide training film

    July 1, 2011

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    The training film “Pesticides” describes emergency response procedures for a spill, leak or fire where pesticides are thought to be present. It provides information about the hazard properties of pesticides, including both inert and active ingredients, and medical operations for victims of pesticide poisoning. Also discussed are extinguishing agents, protective actions, runoff issues, decontamination and cleanup.

    Emergency Film Group

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