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Approximately 1.1 billion pounds of active pesticides are used annually in the U.S., and more than 17,000 pesticide products are marketed in the U.S. As many as 20,000 physician-diagnosed pesticide poisonings occur each year among the approximately 2 million U.S. agricultural workers. Agricultural workers, groundskeepers, pet groomers, fumigators, and many of other occupations are at risk for exposure to pesticides.

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  • Pesticide Safety for Agricultural Workers
    Available in both English and Spanish languages. EPA Approved training video for training agricultural workers about pesticides and the Worker Protection Standard (WPS). This video satisfies the pesticide safety training requirement for workers under the revised WPS effective January 1, 2016.
    Spanish 18:28 minutes  

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Highlights

Safe practices when working around hazardous agricultural chemicals - mobile version

*Notice: Worker Protection Standard rules adopted in February 2017 from phase I are finalized, formatted, and available. The recently adopted phase II is available under adopted rules​, and the finalized formatted version will be available soon.

(July 2, 2018)
Application Exclusion Zone FAQ

Overview of additional Oregon OSHA protective measures​​

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