ATCP 29.31(3)(b)4. 4. Potential adverse effects on food and other uses of animals or their products.
ATCP 29.31(3)(b)5. 5. Appropriate procedures for preparing, applying, and disposing of pesticides, to prevent or minimize pesticide-related hazards.
ATCP 29.31(4) (4)FOREST PEST CONTROL.
ATCP 29.31(4)(a)(a) Category description. This category includes individuals who use or direct the use of pesticides to control pests in forests, forest nurseries, Christmas tree plantations, and tree seed producing areas.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b) (b) Certification requirements. To be certified in this category, an individual shall demonstrate practical knowledge and competency related to all of the following:
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)1. 1. Forests, forest nurseries, Christmas tree plantations, and tree seed production in this state, and pests that may affect them.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)2. 2. Pesticides that may be used to control relevant pests.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)3. 3. Factors, including pest population dynamics and cycles, that may affect the need for and appropriate use of pesticides.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)4. 4. Appropriate procedures for mixing, loading, applying, and disposing of pesticides, to prevent or minimize pesticide-related hazards.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)5. 5. Potential adverse effects on treated plants and plant products.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)6. 6. Potential adverse effects on nontarget organisms.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)7. 7. Potential health and environmental hazards, including hazards to aquatic habitats and wildlife.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)8. 8. Pesticide overspray and drift, and how to avoid them.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)9. 9. Applicable laws, including s. 26.30, Stats., and ch. NR 35, pertaining to forest pest control.
ATCP 29.31(4)(b)10. 10. Public and community relations issues related to pesticide applications.
ATCP 29.31(5) (5)TURF AND LANDSCAPE PEST CONTROL.
ATCP 29.31(5)(a)(a) Category description. This category includes individuals who use or direct the use of pesticides to control pests affecting turf or landscape.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b) (b) Certification requirements. To be certified in this category, an individual shall demonstrate practical knowledge and competency related to all of the following:
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)1. 1. Production and maintenance of turf and landscape in this state.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)2. 2. Common pests affecting turf and landscape.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)3. 3. Pesticides that may be used to control relevant pests, and factors that may affect the need for and appropriate use of those pesticides.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)4. 4. Appropriate procedures for mixing, loading, applying, and disposing of pesticides, to prevent or minimize pesticide-related hazards.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)5. 5. Worker safety, notice, posting, and restricted entry interval requirements.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)6. 6. Potential health and environmental hazards, including hazards related to surface water and groundwater.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)7. 7. Hazards to treated plants and nontarget organisms, including phytotoxicity.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)8. 8. Pesticide overspray and drift, and how to avoid them.
ATCP 29.31(5)(b)9. 9. Public and community relations issues related to pesticide applications.
ATCP 29.31(6) (6)GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY PEST CONTROL.
ATCP 29.31(6)(a)(a) Category description. This category includes individuals who use or direct the use of pesticides to control pests affecting greenhouse or nursery plants.
ATCP 29.31(6)(b) (b) Certification requirements. To be certified in this category, an individual shall demonstrate practical knowledge and competency related to all of the following:
ATCP 29.31(6)(b)1. 1. Production of greenhouse and nursery plants.
ATCP 29.31(6)(b)2. 2. Common pests affecting greenhouse and nursery plants.
ATCP 29.31(6)(b)3. 3. Pesticides that may be used to control relevant pests, and factors that may affect the need for and appropriate use of those pesticides.
ATCP 29.31(6)(b)4. 4. Appropriate procedures for mixing, loading, applying, and disposing of pesticides, to prevent or minimize pesticide-related hazards.
ATCP 29.31(6)(b)5. 5. Worker safety, notice, posting, and restricted entry interval requirements.
ATCP 29.31(6)(b)6. 6. Potential health and environmental hazards.
ATCP 29.31(6)(b)7. 7. Hazards to treated plants and nontarget organisms, including phytotoxicity.
ATCP 29.31(7) (7)SEED TREATMENT PEST CONTROL.
ATCP 29.31(7)(a)(a) Category description. This category includes individuals who use or direct the use of pesticides, other than in planter box treatments, to control pests on seeds used for planting or propagation.
ATCP 29.31(7)(b) (b) Certification requirements. To be certified in this category, an individual shall demonstrate practical knowledge and competency related to all of the following:
ATCP 29.31(7)(b)1. 1. Seeds and the pests that may affect them.
ATCP 29.31(7)(b)2. 2. Pesticides that may be used to control relevant seed pests, and factors that may affect the need for and appropriate use of those pesticides.
ATCP 29.31(7)(b)3. 3. Potential health and environmental hazards related to pesticide applications, including hazards related to handling, sorting, mixing, using, and disposing of pesticide-treated seed.
ATCP 29.31(7)(b)4. 4. Appropriate procedures for preparing, applying and disposing of pesticides, including procedures for handling, sorting, mixing, using, and disposing of pesticide-treated seed, to prevent or minimize pesticide-related hazards.
ATCP 29.31(7)(b)5. 5. Factors, such as seed coloration carriers and surface active agents, that may affect pesticide efficacy or seed germination.
ATCP 29.31(7)(b)6. 6. Worker safety, notice, posting, and restricted entry interval requirements.
ATCP 29.31(8) (8)AQUATIC AND MOSQUITO PEST CONTROL.
ATCP 29.31(8)(a)(a) Category description. This category includes individuals who do either of the following:
ATCP 29.31(8)(a)1. 1. Use or direct the use of any pesticide in standing or running surface water, or below the high water mark, to control pests.
ATCP 29.31(8)(a)2. 2. Use or direct the use of any pesticide to control mosquitoes in water or on land.
ATCP 29.31(8)(b) (b) Certification requirements. To be certified in this category, an individual shall demonstrate practical knowledge and competency related to all of the following:
ATCP 29.31(8)(b)1. 1. Pests in aquatic environments.
ATCP 29.31(8)(b)2. 2. Pesticides that may be used to control relevant aquatic pests, and factors that may affect the need for and appropriate use of those pesticides.
ATCP 29.31(8)(b)3. 3. Potential health and environmental effects of pesticide applications, including potential downstream effects, secondary effects, and effects on nontarget organisms.
ATCP 29.31(8)(b)4. 4. Proper procedures for mixing, loading, applying, and disposing of pesticides, to prevent or minimize pesticide-related hazards. This includes limited area application principles.
ATCP 29.31(8)(b)5. 5. Applicable regulations including s. ATCP 29.62 and ch. 281, Stats., and ch. NR 107.
ATCP 29.31(8)(b)6. 6. Public and community relations issues related to aquatic pesticide applications.
ATCP 29.31(9) (9)ANTIFOULING PAINT APPLICATIONS.
ATCP 29.31(9)(a)(a) Category description. This category includes individuals who use or direct the use of anti-fouling paint pesticides to preserve and protect boat hulls, buoys, and other materials against damage from marine plants and animals such as barnacles, algae, and tube worms.
ATCP 29.31(9)(b) (b) Certification requirements. To be certified in this category, an individual shall demonstrate practical knowledge and competency related to all of the following:
ATCP 29.31(9)(b)1. 1. The pests against which antifouling paints are commonly used.
ATCP 29.31(9)(b)2. 2. Antifouling paints, and factors that may affect the need for and appropriate use of antifouling paints.
ATCP 29.31(9)(b)3. 3. Potential health and environmental hazards related to antifouling paints.
ATCP 29.31(9)(b)4. 4. Proper procedures for mixing, loading, applying, and disposing of antifouling paints, to prevent or minimize hazards related to those paints.
ATCP 29.31(10) (10)Right-of-way and natural area pest control.
ATCP 29.31(10)(a)(a) Category description. This category includes individuals who use or direct the use of pesticides to maintain lands used for electric power lines, pipelines, railways, public roads, or similar purposes, or to restore or maintain the ecological integrity of natural areas.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b) (b) Certification requirements. To be certified in this category, an individual shall demonstrate practical knowledge and competency related to all of the following:
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)1. 1. The variety of environments that may be affected by right-of-way and natural area pesticide applications.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)2. 2. Recognition of common pests controlled by right-of-way and natural area pesticide applications.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)2m. 2m. Restoration and maintenance of natural areas.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)3. 3. Pesticides that may be used to control relevant pests, and factors that may affect the need for and appropriate use of those pesticides.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)4. 4. Potential health and environmental hazards, including hazards related to surface water and groundwater.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)5. 5. Hazards to treated plants and nontarget organisms, including phytotoxicity.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)6. 6. Appropriate procedures for mixing, loading, applying, and disposing of pesticides, to prevent or minimize pesticide-related hazards.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)7. 7. Notice, posting, and restricted entry interval requirements.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)8. 8. Pesticide overspray and drift, and how to avoid them.
ATCP 29.31(10)(b)9. 9. Public and community relations issues related to pesticide applications.
ATCP 29.31(11) (11)INDUSTRIAL, INSTITUTIONAL, STRUCTURAL, AND HEALTH- RELATED PEST CONTROL; GENERAL.
ATCP 29.31(11)(a)(a) Category description. This category includes individuals, other than those included in categories subs. (12) to (15), who use or direct the use of pesticides for any of the following purposes:
ATCP 29.31(11)(a)1. 1. To protect stored, processed, or manufactured products.
ATCP 29.31(11)(a)2. 2. To control pests in or around food handling establishments, human dwellings, schools, institutions, industrial establishments, warehouses, grain elevators, or like facilities. It includes individuals making perimeter barrier applications. It also includes individuals making spot or directed applications to landscapes to control structural, household, or nuisance pests such as ants, fleas, wasps, bees, and hornets. It does not include individuals making applications under sub. (5) to control pests of turf or ornamentals; nor does it include individuals making applications under sub. (8) to control mosquitoes.
ATCP 29.31 Note Note: Landscape applications other than perimeter barrier applications must comply with s. ATCP 29.56.
ATCP 29.31(11)(a)3. 3. To control, as part of a public health program, pests other than mosquitoes that have public health or medical importance.
ATCP 29.31(11)(b) (b) Certification requirements. To be certified in this category, an individual shall demonstrate practical knowledge and competency related to all of the following:
ATCP 29.31(11)(b)1. 1. Pests that have public health or medical importance.
ATCP 29.31(11)(b)2. 2. Pesticides that may be used to control relevant pests, and factors that may affect the need for and appropriate use of those pesticides.
ATCP 29.31(11)(b)3. 3. Potential health and environmental hazards related to the use of pesticides in this category.
ATCP 29.31(11)(b)4. 4. Appropriate procedures for mixing, loading, applying, and disposing of pesticides, to prevent or minimize pesticide-related hazards.
ATCP 29.31(12) (12)FUMIGATION; SPACES AND COMMODITIES.
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Published under s. 35.93, Stats. Updated on the first day of each month. Entire code is always current. The Register date on each page is the date the chapter was last published.