Country Security and Pesticides Agrochemicals and Security Homeland Security and Pesticides Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-01Slide 2
Learning Objectives subsequently of this session, members will: Be mindful that pesticides can be utilized to purposefully hurt people, creatures and harvests. Comprehend practices that may demonstrate suspicious action. Comprehend that particular safety efforts can counteract unlawful access to pesticides. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-02Slide 3
Pesticides and Terrorism? Examinations after the 9/11 assaults raised the worry that fear mongers may utilize edit dusters to shower pesticides on huge group. Pesticides have not been utilized regularly in fear based oppressor assaults. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-03Slide 4
What is a pesticide? A pesticide is any substance or blend of substances expected for forestalling, pulverizing, repulsing, or moderating any vermin. "Pesticide" incorporates herbicides, fungicides, bug sprays, or whatever other substance used to control bugs. Pesticides are precisely managed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which audits studies to decide the dangers postured by individual pesticides. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-04Slide 5
History of Pesticides Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-05Slide 6
Right-to-Know Pesticides must be named. The "mark" incorporates the real name on the holder and writing that accompanies the pesticide. Representatives have a lawful appropriate to recognize what chemicals they might be presented to and to survey the "mark" or Material Safety Data Sheets for those chemicals. A pesticide mark is an authoritative record. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-06Slide 7
Material Safety Data Sheets MSDS give the client data expected to utilize the concoction securely, including: Manufacturer contact data Components, contaminants, and introduction limits Fire and blast information Toxicity information Health dangers Effects of presentation Emergency and medical aid Appropriate defensive gear Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-07Slide 8
Sample Pesticide Label Formulation Directions Re-section Statement Ingredients Storage & Disposal Child Warning Registry No. Producer Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-08Slide 9
Pesticide Hazards Health impacts (relies on upon particular pesticide) How pesticides get in Inhalation Central sensory system Through nourishment or water Eye disturbance Absorption through skin Hormone awkwardness Cancer Exposure levels Liver harm Chronic presentation Skin aggravation Acute introduction Reproductive impacts Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-09Slide 10
Misuse of Pesticides Unintentional Misuse Unintentional Release Intentional Misuse Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-10Slide 11
Unintentional Misuse Results from poor information of right utilization of pesticides or gear… Prevent through viable preparing, confirmation and supervision. React by rectifying rehearses through anticipation program. Report when inadvertent abuse could have impacts on wellbeing, condition, nourishment items. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-11Slide 12
Unintentional Release Happens when substantial amounts of pesticides are spilled or all of a sudden discharged… Prevent through powerful preparing, accreditation and supervision Respond with suitable spill pack (contingent upon size of occasion) Report to experts instantly Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-12Slide 13
Intentional Misuse Happens when pesticides are utilized as a part of demonstrations of retribution, psychological warfare, etc.... Avoidance, reaction and detailing are shrouded in residual slides. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-13Slide 14
Improving Security Storage Transportation Personnel Disposal Response Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-14Slide 15
Security: Storage How simple would it be for pesticides to "vanish" from your office? Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-15Slide 16
Security: Storage Maintain inventories so that you generally know the correct amounts of pesticides you have. Utilize logbooks to monitor who expels pesticides from your office. Store pesticides in a building which can be secured or a fenced nook with a bolted entryway. On the off chance that suitable, give a moment security border, for example, a fence with a bolted entryway encompassing your storeroom. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-16Slide 17
Security: Storage Perform a stroll through and stroll around day by day to check for endeavored section, vandalism, and basic uprightness. Give great lighting on all sides of your storeroom. For a few offices, introduce security frameworks, for example, cautions and camera frameworks, and ensure they are legitimately kept up. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-17Slide 18
Security: Transportation Is transportation the feeble connection in your security? Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-18Slide 19
Security: Transportation Create a paper-trail for any pesticides you dispatch. Deliver pesticides in a bolted vehicle. Go specifically to conveyance moment that conceivable, taking the best course accessible to maintain a strategic distance from high populace zones, passages, and scaffolds. Practice extraordinary alert in the event that it gets to be distinctly basic to stop. Maintain a strategic distance from unguarded and unlighted territories where robbery is a generous hazard and be headed at the earliest opportunity. Be aware of vehicles taking after your truck, outsiders making inquiries, or anybody snooping around your payload. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-19Slide 20
Security: Transportation Do not get wanderers, don\'t discuss your load on CB radio, and don\'t talk about your freight with those not included. Continuously phone your client on the off chance that you discover you will be late for a conveyance. Check your heap at conveyance to guarantee no item is absent. Try not to leave item at field site unless it is very much gone to or secured inside structures. Continuously get a marked conveyance ticket. Precisely check foundation of every single new driver. Each driver ought to be legitimately authorized and prepared in great practices for dealing with manure and pesticide chemicals that might be risky in the hands of hazardous individuals. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-20Slide 21
Security: Personnel Do you know your workers? Do you know who has admittance? Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-21Slide 22
Security: Personnel Develop compelling procuring and work relations strategies. Consider individual verifications for current/new representatives, especially if the individual handles unsafe materials. Consider fingerprinting and capturing representatives who handle risky materials. Know about individual fraud, for example, stolen Social Security numbers, references, and so forth. Ask for workers to look for suspicious exercises and ask people they don\'t perceive to distinguish themselves and express their explanation behind being on the property. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-22Slide 23
Security: Personnel Adopt an organization security informant insurance arrangement. Know who has keys and access to perilous material stockpiling ranges. Recover keys and work recognizable proof cards from a worker and change PC get to passwords when their business closes. Survey a specialist\'s brutality potential and avoid potential risk while firing or teaching a representative. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-23Slide 24
Security: Disposal Do you have an arrangement for protected and secure transfer? Hazardous materials specialist reviews maturing concoction drums relinquished in a field. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-24Slide 25
Security: Disposal Maintain security over material which is being discarded until it is guaranteed by fitting specialists. Organize provoke and safe transfer of materials. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-25Slide 26
Security: Response Do you have a formal reaction arrange? Do your representatives know it? Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-26Slide 27
Security: Response Develop a crisis get ready for your office. Prepare your specialists in the arrangement and practice it with them. Post crisis reaction numbers, including fire, law implementation, medicinal contacts, and toxic substance control in a few areas in your office. Make all workers mindful of these reaction numbers. Answer to fitting specialists any suspicious exercises, vehicles, people, dangers to work force or offices, undermine/vandalism to offices or gear, and robberies, stock deficiencies, or missing items that could represent a hazard to general wellbeing or security. Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-27Slide 28
Identifying Suspicious Behavior Watch for uncommon or suspicious conduct by a buyer who: Seems new to points of interest of utilizing manures Acts anxious, appears to be uneasy or ambiguous, and maintains a strategic distance from eye contact Demands quick ownership of procurement material rather than future conveyance Asks for material in littler individual holders as opposed to in mass Insists on paying in real money as opposed to utilizing a check or Mastercard Agrochemicals and Security: Homeland Security and Pesticides Pest-28Slide 29
If somebody is acting suspicious… Notify your director. Advise neighborhood law implementation. Agrochemicals and Secu
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