According to HCPA, the course focuses on the practical: what you need to know to get your pesticide products on the market, keep them on the market and avoid penalties. The event will cover the basics—the definition of a pesticide; the ABCs of a registration, registration data and building a label; PRIA 4; tolerances; recordkeeping and reporting; preparing for an inspection and data compensation.
Other topics of current interest: electronic submissions; pollinators and the Endangered Species Act; state regulation of pesticides including California; and the potential impact of California’s Proposition 65 on pesticides.
Additionally, the seminar will also include three new modules that were introduced in 2016.
More info: www.thehcpa.org/pesticide-management-workshop