Telone C-17

Group
62719-12
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Max Temp
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Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
1,3-Dichloropropene 542-75-6 81.2 NOL STD
Chloropicrin 76-06-2 16.5 NOL STD
[Balance] 2.3

WP/S&T

Danger

until 5 days after application.

When performing tasks with NO potential for contact with liquid fumigant, all handlers (including applicators) must wear:
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, and
Shoes and socks
When performing tasks with potential for contact with liquid fumigant, all handlers (including applicators) must wear:
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants,
Chemical-resistant gloves,
Chemical-resistant apron,
Protective eyewear (do NOT wear goggles), and
Chemical-resistant footwear with socks.
The PPE required when handling liquid fumigant must be immediately available and must be worn if the handler is to perform any handling activity with a potential for liquid fumigant contact.
All handlers (including applicators) must wear a half-face air-purifying respirator (except when handlers are in enclosed cabs or applying the fumigant with equipment that disrupts the chisel trace and seals the soil at the same time, e.g., Yetter applicator) equipped with an organic vapor (OV, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) cartridge and a particulate pre-filter (Type N, R, P or HE, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-84A).
If sensory irritation (tearing, burning of the eyes or nose) is experienced and handlers remain in the application block or buffer zone, handlers must wear at a minimum either:
A NIOSH certified full facepiece air-purifying respirator equipped with an organic vapor (OV, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) cartridge and a particulate pre-filter (Type N, R, P, or HE, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-84A), or
A gas mask with a canister approved for organic vapor (NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G).
See Directions for Use, Air Monitoring Requirements, Respiratory Protection and Stop Work Triggers, number 1, Handlers Wearing Half-Face Air-Purifying Respirators for when an air-purifying respirator ( full facepiece or gas mask) is required.
IMPORTANT: A self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) is not permitted for routine handler tasks. If responding to an emergency when corrective action is needed to reduce air concentrations to acceptable levels, wear an SCBA. Escape-only SCBA respirators must not be used by handlers for responding to emergencies. In addition wear PPE required for potential contact with liquid fumigant.
Handlers using enclosed cabs are not required to wear respiratory protection (not applicable in California) provided that the cab has been maintained according to the manufacturer’s written operating instructions and there is written documentation that the ventilation system has been maintained according to the manufacturer’s instructions and the enclosed cab is in conformance with the following requirements:
The enclosed cab must maintain a positive pressure of 6 mm H2O.
The enclosed cab must have a minimum air intake flow of 43 m3/hour.
The enclosed cab must be equipped with activated charcoal filter media containing no less than 1000 grams of activated charcoal.
The filter must be changed after no more than 50 hours of application time.
See Directions for Use, Air Monitoring Requirements, Respiratory Protection and Stop Work Triggers, number 2, Handlers in Enclosed Cabs (Not Applicable in California) for stop work procedures.
Handlers applying the fumigant with equipment that disrupts the chisel trace and seals the soil with one implement, e.g., Yetter applicator (not applicable in California) are not required to wear respiratory protection unless sensory irritation is experienced.
If sensory irritation (tearing, burning of the eyes or nose) is experienced and handlers remain in the application block or buffer zone, handlers must wear at a minimum either:
A NIOSH certified full facepiece air-purifying respirator equipped with an organic-vapor (OV, NIOSH approval prefix TC-23C) cartridge and a particulate pre-filter (Type N, R, P, or HE, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-84A), or
A gas mask with a canister approved for organic vapor (NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G).
See Directions for Use, Air Monitoring Requirements, Respiratory Protection and Stop Work Triggers, number 3, Handlers Applying the Fumigant with Equipment that Disrupts the Chisel Trace and Seals the Soil with One Implement, e.g., a Yetter applicator (not applicable in California) for when respiratory protection is required.
Handlers exposed to greater than 1.5 ppm of chloropicrin (e.g., an emergency when corrective action is needed to reduce air concentrations to acceptable levels), and handlers exposed to this product in poorly ventilated areas, must wear at a minimum:
Chemical-resistant suit,
Chemical-resistant gloves such as barrier laminate (EVAL) or viton,
Chemical-resistant footwear with socks, and
Chemical-resistant headgear.
A self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with NIOSH approval number prefix TC-13F. See further respirator requirements in the Protection for Handlers section on the label.

Store in tightly-closed original container away from dwellings. Prolonged exposure of container to direct sunlight must be avoided.

Assessing/adjusting the soil seal
Assessing pest control, application technique, or application efficacy
Sampling air or soil for this product
Removing tarp or plastic film
All other tasks are prohibited until the 5-day period has expired.
Handlers in treated area 1 to 5 days after application must wear at minimum:
Loose fitting or well ventilated long-sleeved shirt and long pants
Shoes and socks
A face shield or safety glasses with brow and temple shields (do not wear chemical goggles)
A half-face respirator with either an organic-vapor-removing cartridge with a prefilter approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) or canister approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G).
If air concentrations of chloropicrin exceed 0. 1 ppm, handlers must wear a full-face respirator with either an organic-vapor-removing cartridge with a prefilter approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) or canister approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G). A respirator is not required if the occupants are within an enclosed cab that is in conformance with one of the following: 1) ANSI/ASAE S525-1. 1 MAY98 sections 7. 1. 5, 7. 1. 7, 7. 2. 3, and 9, or 2) the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides - 40 CFR 170. 240(d)(5). The cab must be equipped with a vapor-adsorptive filter containing a minimum of 1000 grams activated charcoal. The filter must be changed after no more than 50 hours of application time. See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on this label.
In addition, the PPE specified in (1) for activities with direct liquid contact potential must be immediately available and must be worn if the handler is to perform any direct-contact activity with a potential for liquid contact

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