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Flashcards in CH5 Pesticides Quiz Deck (14):
1

What is the most frequent route of pesticide poisoning? (Page 5-4)

Dermal

2

What areas must pesticides never be stored in? (Page 5-7)

Patient care

3

How many times can the dermal absorption rate of a pesticide be increased by high temperatures, dermatitis, or damage to the skin? (Page 5-4)

4-10

4

How many minutes at the minimum should the eyes be flushed out with a gentle stream of clean water if pesticides get in them? (Page 5-5)

15

5

For at least how many minutes after spraying pesticides are unprotected personnel restricted from entering areas where pesticide operations are being conducted? (Page 5-4)

30

6

Respirator filter cartridges should be changed every how many hours of use or sooner if pesticide odors are detected while wearing the respirator? (Page 5-4)

8

7

7. What instruction provides the requirements and training for wearing appropriate personal protective devices? (Page 5-5)

OPNAVINST 5100.23F

8

What toxicity category must contain the precautionary statement “Fatal (poisonous) if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through skin” and “Corrosive, causes eye and skin damage (or skin irritation)”? (Page 5-2)

Category 1

9

To prevent inhalation pesticide poisoning personnel should always wear a properly fitted respirator that is certified by what and that is specifically approved for use with pesticides? (Page 5-3)

NIOSH

10

How many routes of exposure to pesticides are there by which poisoning can occur? (Page 5-3)

3

11

11. What type of gloves are not appropriate while handling pesticides? (Page 5-6)

Surgical

12

What toxicity category must contain the precautionary statement “May be fatal if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through skin” and “causes eye (and skin) irritation”? (Page 5-2)

Category 2

13

What toxicity category must contain the precautionary statement “Harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through skin” and “Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. In case of contact, immediately flush eyes or skin with water”? (Page 5-2)

Category 3

14

OPNAVINST 5100.19C along with what other instruction provide specific guidelines on respirator use aboard ships? (Page 5-3)

OPNAVINST 5100.23E