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Pesticide protective clothing,. Easter EP(1), Nigg HN. Author information: (1)University of Kentucky, Lexington, 40506. In looking into future directions of ",protective clothing," for ,pesticide, users, the final EPA ruling scheduled for release in June 1992 (Smith personal communication) places the majority of its recommendations on the label.
Wear ,protective clothing, whenever handling ,pesticides, (such as mixing, applying, storing, and disposing), cleaning equipment, touching freshly treated surfaces, or laundering contaminated ,clothing,. Studies show that over 90 percent of chemical exposure occurs through the skin.
Face ,protection, is discussed in more detail later, when considering eye ,protection, and respirators. Personal ,protective, equipment – body-only ,protection, Many ,pesticide, labels and SDSs specify that coveralls buttoned to the neck and wrist should be worn when handling ,pesticides,.
Pesticide, applicators can purchase chemical-resistant apparel, but recent surveys indicate the majority ,of pesticide, users wear traditional work ,clothing, when mixing, handling, and applying ,pesticides,. They prefer ordinary work ,clothing, because it is more comfortable, less espensive and easily available. They also doubt the need for ,protective
pesticide, being used and the formulation (liquid, granular, wettable powder, etc.). Some labels, especially for agricultural ,pesticides,, are affected by the Worker ,Protection, Standard and specifically state that ,Protective Clothing, and Equipment for ,Pesticide, Applicators
Proper care of ,clothing, and other ,protective, items worn during the application ,of pesticides, helps protect the user and prevents ,pesticide, residues from spreading to areas where people live and work. The following guidelines apply to farmers and commercial ,pesticide, applicators, as well as to home gardeners who apply common, general-use products, such as Roundup and Sevin, to their lawns ...
ISO (2004) ISO 22608.2004 ,Protective clothing, — ,protection, against liquid chemicals — measurement of repellency, retention, and penetration of liquid ,pesticide, formulations through ,protective clothing, materials. Geneva, Switzerland. www.iso.org. Accessed 20 OCT 2017
the surface energy of the ,protective clothing, is lowered substantially employing fluorochemical finish the ,clothing, is reported to perform effectively for prevention of penetration ,of pesticide, through them . Fluro carbon repellent finishes have been found to be excellent barrier finishes against ,pesticides, .
Appropriate ,protective clothing, and equipment must be used to provide a barrier between the ,pesticide, and the body to stop the ,pesticide, getting into the body. ,Protective clothing, and equipment must prevent dermal (skin and eyes), respiratory (lungs) and oral (mouth) entry of the ,pesticide, into the body.
In most ,pesticide, handling situations, the skin is the part of the body most likely to receive exposure. About 97 percent of human exposure to ,pesticides, during spraying occurs through contact with the skin. To prevent exposure to ,pesticides,, applicators should wear ,protective clothing, and personal ,protective, equipment (PPE).