Pest control Display light Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
If you wish to carry out pest control operations with substances classified as acutely toxic category 1 to 4 or specifically target organ toxic category 1 or 2 and mixtures 1 o wie with mixtures in which the said substances are released, or to resume them after more than one year of interruption, you must notify them at least six weeks before the first activity of the competent authority. Insofar as the control is not already regulated by other legislation, there is an obligation to notify under the Hazardous Substances Regulation if you professionally with other or not only occasionally and to a small extent on your own farm where food is produced, treated or circulated, or in a facility or community facility 2, which is mentioned in the Infection Protection Act, such as e.g. in schools, day-care centres, asylum accommodation or in prisons, or e.g. in hospitals, day clinics and maternity clinics to carry out pest control measures using pesticides capable of traffic, depending on the application, 1. as biocidal products in accordance with Section II a of the Chemicals Act, or 2. as a plant protection product in accordance with the Plant Protection Act. 1 Substances and mixtures of category 1 are labelled with the hazard pictograms "dead head with crossed bones" (GHS06) and the signal word "danger", the H-phrase H 300 and the corresponding P-phrases, Substances and mixtures of category 2 with the hazard pictograms "Dead head with crossed bones" (GHS06) and the signal word "danger", the H-phrase H 300 and the corresponding P-phrases, substances and mixtures of category 3 with the hazard pictograms "Dead head with crossed bone" (GHS06) and the signal word "Danger" , h-phrase H 301 and the corresponding P-phrases and substances and mixtures of category 4 with the hazard pictograms "exclamation marks" (GHS07) and the signal word "attention", the H-phrase H 302 and the corresponding P-phrases. 2 Community institutions within the meaning of the Infection Protection Act are institutions in which infants, children or adolescents are mainly cared for, in particular nurseries, kindergartens, day care centres, nurseries, nurseries, schools or other educational institutions, homes, holiday camps and similar institutions.
In particular, the display shall contain the following information: proof that the personnel, spatial and safety equipment of the company is sufficiently suitable for this work, the number of persons handling the pesticides, pest control agents, the Labels Properties mechanisms of action, Application procedures and decontamination procedures, the areas of the intended pest control and target organisms against which the pest control is to be carried out, and the result of the substitution test under the Hazardous Substances Ordinance
Advertisement for the intended use of pesticides in Community facilities in accordance with Annex II TRGS 523.
Pest control must be carried out in such a way as not to endanger humans and the environment. The company or pest controller must have a sufficient number of suitable and knowledgeable persons. A person is suitable if they: is at least 18 years old, has the necessary reliability for the handling of pesticides, the certificate of a doctor with the territorial designation 'occupational medicine' or the additional designation 'occupational medicine' can demonstrate that he has physical and mental fitness for the use of pesticides; the certificate must not be older than five years, is sufficiently powerful in the German language. A person shall be deemed to be competent if he or she has pest controller, or certified conclusion of Certified Pest Controllers /Certified Pest Controllers or assistant or master of pest control in accordance with law no longer in force in the Federal Republic of Germany or under the law of the former GDR. and is training regularly. It is also competent to know who has taken an examination or successfully completed an education which has been recognised by the competent authority as equivalent to the above-mentioned examinations.
The use of auxiliary staff presupposes that they are used only under the direct and permanent supervision of a competent person and that they are shown to be regularly instructed in accordance with their activities. In pest control, authorisation and authorisation requirements as well as restrictions on use under other legislation must also be observed (e.g. Plant Protection Act, Infection Protection Act). The service description "Fumigating agent: Display for intended activities" is indicated.
Technical rule for hazardous substances 'Pest control with very toxic, toxic and harmful substances and preparations (TRGS 523)