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AR 43/97 PESTICIDE (MINISTERIAL) REGULATION

(Consolidated up to 108/2016)

ALBERTA REGULATION 43/97

Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act

PESTICIDE (MINISTERIAL) REGULATION

Table of Contents

                1      Definitions


                2      Classification of pesticides

                3      Applicator certificate required

                4      Qualifications for applicator certificate

                5      Certificate for aerial application

                6      Notice to provide information: applicator

                7      Service registration

                8      Application for service registration

                9      Special use approval

              10      Application for special use approval

              11      Creating records

              12      Keeping records

              13      Notice to provide information: pesticide service registration

              14      Vendor registration

           14.1      Dispenser required

              15      Application for vendor registration

              16      Refusal of registration

              17      Wholesale vendor records

              18      Retail vendor records

              19      Keeping of records

              20      Notice to provide information: retail vendors

Transitional

              21      Transitional ‑ applicators

Repeals

              22      Repeal

Expiry

           22.1      Expiry

Coming into Force

              23      Coming into force

Schedules

Definitions

1(1)  In this Regulation,

                               (a)    “cultivated land” means land that has been cleared, improved and prepared to raise agricultural crops or livestock, and includes pastures, improved rangeland and areas that have been landscaped for managed turf and ornamental plantings;

                              (b)    “forest management” means the management of a forest for wood, fibre, wildlife or recreation;

                               (c)    “indoor use” means use inside a building, including use in aquariums, on houseplants and on fabrics;

                              (d)    “multiple‑family dwelling” means one or more dwellings consisting of individual living units, whether attached to one another by a common wall or not, including but not limited to apartments, townhouses and condominiums;

                               (e)    “park” means land whose primary use is public recreation and to which the public has access;

                               (f)    “ready‑to‑use” means a pesticide that does not require any mixing or loading prior to use;

                               (g)    “right of way” means land used for power lines, pipelines, irrigation or drainage canals, roadways or railways;

                              (h)    “wildlife official” means a wildlife guardian appointed under the Wildlife Act or a conservation officer appointed under section 7(1) of Schedule 5 to the Government Organization Act.

(2)  Terms that are defined in the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation have the same meaning when they are used in this Regulation.

AR 43/97 s1;27/2000;251/2001;279/2003

Classification of pesticides

2   Pesticides classified in Schedules 1 to 4 of this Regulation are pesticides to which Part 8 of the Act and the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation apply.

Applicator certificate required

3(1)  No person shall use or apply a pesticide listed in Schedule 1 or 2 unless that person

                               (a)    holds the appropriate class of applicator certificate listed in Schedule 5 for that use or application, or

                              (b)    is working under the supervision of an applicator and in accordance with the latest edition of the Environmental Code of Practice for Pesticides, published by the Department.

(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply to

                               (a)    a commercial agriculturalist using or applying pesticides on land he owns,

                              (b)    a person using or applying pesticides for acreage or hobby greenhouse use who has purchased the pesticides in accordance with section 20 of the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation,

                               (c)    a public officer using or applying pesticides under the authority of the Agricultural Pests Act, the Bee Act, the Public Health Act or the Weed Control Act, or

                              (d)    a designated employee of the Government using or applying pesticides that are fish toxicants or vertebrate toxicants as part of a program of the Government.

(3)  No person, other than a person referred to in subsection (1), shall use or apply a pesticide listed in Schedule 3

                               (a)    in a rental dwelling used for human habitation,

                              (b)    in or on the grounds of a school, hospital, nursing home or daycare facility,

                               (c)    in the common areas of a multiple‑family dwelling, including but not limited to hallways and laundry rooms,

                              (d)    on the common grounds of a multiple‑family dwelling, including but not limited to playgrounds, recreational areas, lawns and swimming pools, or

                               (e)    for hire or reward.

(4)  Subsection (3)(a) does not apply to a person who uses or applies the pesticide in a dwelling that the person rents.

AR 43/97 s3;279/2003

Qualifications for applicator certificate

4(1)  An applicant for an applicator certificate must

                               (a)    be at least of 18 years of age, and

                              (b)    pass an examination or have qualifications recognized by the Director concerning the proper and safe handling, use, storage, application and disposal of pesticides used in the class of applicator certificate for which the applicant is applying.

(2)  The Director may refuse to issue an applicator certificate if

                               (a)    the applicant has contravened the Act or this Regulation or the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) or any of the regulations under that Act, or

                              (b)    the Director considers that the applicant is not able to conduct pesticide applications in accordance with the Act and this Regulation.

AR 43/97 s4;279/2003

Certificate for aerial application

5   In addition to the requirements of section 4, an applicant for an aerial applicator certificate must establish to the Director’s or the authorized representative of a designated organization’s satisfaction that the applicant holds the appropriate flight crew licence issued under the Aeronautics Act (Canada).

Notice to provide information: applicator

6(1)  The Director may, at any time by notice in writing, request an applicator to provide information with respect to the applicator’s pesticide application activities, including but not limited to the following:

                               (a)    the applicator’s current employer;

                              (b)    the applicator’s current address;

                               (c)    the use of particular pesticides;

                              (d)    the name and address of assistants who have used or applied pesticides on behalf of the applicator.

(2)  A person who receives a notice under subsection (1) must comply with it.

(3)  The applicator must notify the Director within 30 days of the date of a change of the applicator’s mailing address or name.

Service registration

7(1)  No person shall, unless that person holds a pesticide service registration,

                               (a)    offer or provide a service involving the use or application of a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3 for hire or reward, or

                              (b)    use or apply a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3, whether or not for hire or reward,

                                        (i)    on a right of way,

                                      (ii)    on a park, boulevard, campground or picnic area located on public land, or

                                     (iii)    for forest management.

(2)  Subsection (1)(b)(i) does not apply where

                               (a)    the pesticide is used or applied by the owner of the right of way for agricultural production,

                              (b)    the pesticide is used or applied in accordance with an approval that authorizes the use or application and is issued in respect of an activity listed in Division 3 of Schedule 1 to the Activities Designation Regulation, or

                               (c)    the pesticide is a fish toxicant or vertebrate toxicant and is used or applied by a designated employee of the Government as part of a program of the Government.

(3)  Subsection (1)(a) does not apply in respect of a person who advertises a service that is offered by another person and that other person holds the required pesticide service registration.

AR 43/97 s7;279/2003

Application for service registration

8(1)  An applicant for a pesticide service registration must submit an application in a form acceptable to the Director containing the following information:

                               (a)    the name and address of the applicant;

                              (b)    the location and description of each outlet where the applicant will offer a service involving the use or application of a pesticide;

                               (c)    the nature of the service corresponding to the classes of pesticide applicator certificates listed in Schedule 5 that the applicant will be providing;

                              (d)    the name and address of all applicators who will be working for the applicant;

                               (e)    any other information the Director may require.

(2)  The Director may refuse to issue a pesticide service registration where

                               (a)    the applicant has contravened the Act, this Regulation, the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation, or the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) or any of the regulations under that Act,

                              (b)    the Director considers that the applicant is not able to conduct pesticide applications in accordance with the Act, this Regulation or the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation,

                               (c)    the applicant intends to conduct aerial applications, unless the applicant holds the appropriate authorizations to operate a commercial air service under the Aeronautics Act (Canada),

                              (d)    the applicant does not employ applicators with the appropriate class of certificate for the pesticide service that is offered or provided by the applicant, or

                               (e)    the applicant does not have insurance coverage in accordance with the latest edition of the Environmental Code of Practice for Pesticides published by the Department.

(3)  A pesticide service registration is automatically cancelled when the pesticide service registration holder

                               (a)    does not employ applicators with the appropriate class of certificate for the pesticide service that is offered or provided by the pesticide service registration holder, or

                              (b)    does not maintain insurance in accordance with the latest edition of the Environmental Code of Practice for Pesticides published by the Department.

AR 43/97 s8;279/2003

Special use approval

9(1)  No person shall, unless the person holds a special use approval issued by the Director,

                               (a)    use or apply a pesticide in or on an open body of water,

                              (b)    use or apply a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3 within a horizontal distance of 30 metres from an open body of water,

                               (c)    store a pesticide within a horizontal distance of 30 metres from an open body of water, or

                              (d)    wash equipment or vehicles used to apply pesticides within a horizontal distance of 30 metres from an open body of water.

(2)  Subsection (1)(a) does not apply to a person using or applying a fish toxicant in accordance with a written authorization issued by the Director of Fisheries Management of the Department.

(3)  Subsection (1)(a) and (1)(b) do not apply to a person using or applying a vertebrate toxicant bait in, on or within 30 horizontal metres of a frozen open body of water pursuant to a Government pest control program.

(4)  Subsection (1)(b) does not apply to

                               (a)    an applicator using or applying pesticides in accordance with the latest edition of the Environmental Code of Practice for Pesticides published by the Department, or

                              (b)    a person using or applying pesticides on cultivated land.

Application for special use approval

10   An applicant for a special use approval must submit an application in a form acceptable to the Director containing the following information:

                               (a)    the name and address of the applicant;

                              (b)    the location of the area to be treated;

                               (c)    the pest to be controlled;

                              (d)    the name of the pesticide to be used;

                               (e)    alternative pest management strategies that have been investigated;

                               (f)    any other information the Director may require.

Creating records

11(1)  An applicator who uses or applies a pesticide must record the following information in a form acceptable to the Director by the end of the day on which the pesticide was used or applied:

                               (a)    the name of the person for whom the pesticide was applied;

                              (b)    the location where the pesticide was applied;

                               (c)    the year, month, day and time at which the pesticide was applied;

                              (d)    the name of the pest and purpose for which the pesticide was applied;

                               (e)    the approved common name or trade name of the pesticide and the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) registration number;

                               (f)    the application rate and total quantity of the pesticide applied;

                               (g)    the method of application;

                              (h)    if the pesticide was applied outside an enclosed structure, the meteorological conditions prevailing at the time of application, including temperature, humidity, precipitation and approximate wind speed and direction;

                               (i)    the location and distance of any pesticide used or applied within 30 horizontal metres of an open body of water.

(2)  Where the applicator is conducting applications under the authority of a pesticide service registration, the applicator must submit a copy of the record referred to in subsection (1) to the pesticide service registration holder employing the applicator.

(3)  Where a pesticide service registration holder employs an applicator to conduct pesticide applications, the pesticide service registration holder must obtain a copy of the record referred to in subsection (1) from the applicator.

Keeping records

12   A pesticide service registration holder who receives records and an applicator who makes records referred to in section 11(1) must maintain those records for a period of not less than 5 years from the date of the application of the pesticide to which the record relates.

Notice to provide information: pesticide service registration

13(1)  The Director may, at any time, by notice in writing request a pesticide service registration holder to provide information with respect to the pesticide service registration holder’s pesticide application operations, including but not limited to the following:

                               (a)    the applicators employed by the pesticide service registration holder;

                              (b)    a description of the pesticide service registration holder’s pesticide application operations;

                               (c)    the use of particular pesticides.

(2)  A person who receives a notice under subsection (1) shall comply with it.

Vendor registration

14(1)  No person shall sell at wholesale a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3 unless the person holds a wholesale vendor registration or a retail vendor registration.

(1.1)  A person who sells at wholesale a pesticide listed in Schedule 1 or 2 is deemed to hold a wholesale vendor registration if the person holds an Agrichemical Warehousing Standards Association Certificate of Compliance issued by the Agrichemical Warehousing Standards Association.

(2)  No person shall sell at retail a pesticide listed in Schedule 1 or 2 unless he holds a retail vendor registration.

(3)  A person who sells at retail a pesticide listed in Schedule 1 or 2 is deemed to hold a retail vendor registration if the person holds an Agrichemical Warehousing Standards Association Certificate of Compliance issued by the Agrichemical Warehousing Standards Association.

AR 43/97 s14;279/2003

Dispenser required

14.1(1)  No person shall sell at retail a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3 unless the person is or employs a dispenser.

(2)  A retail vendor registration is automatically cancelled when the holder of the registration does not employ a dispenser.

AR 279/2003 s8

Application for vendor registration

15   An application for a wholesale vendor registration or a retail vendor registration must include the following information:

                               (a)    the name and address of the applicant;

                              (b)    the location and description of each outlet where the applicant will sell pesticides at wholesale or retail, as the case may be;

                               (c)    the location and description of all storage facilities in Alberta at which the applicant will store pesticides;

                              (d)    a 24‑hour emergency number for the applicant or his agent;

                               (e)    a description of any groceries, food or personal use items stored or sold on the premises at which pesticides will be stored or from which pesticides will be sold;

                               (f)    in the case of an application for a retail vendor registration, the names of all dispensers for each sales outlet to be covered by the registration;

                               (g)    the name of the chief executive officer if the applicant is a corporation;

                              (h)    any other information the Director may require.

Refusal of registration

16   The Director may refuse to issue a wholesale vendor registration or retail vendor registration if

                               (a)    the applicant has contravened the Act, this Regulation, the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation or the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) or any of the regulations under that Act,

                              (b)    the Director considers that the applicant is not able to sell pesticides in accordance with the Act, this Regulation or the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation,

                               (c)    a storage facility listed in the application is not certified by the Agrichemical Warehousing Standards Association, or

                              (d)    the outlet locations where the applicant will sell pesticides at retail do not employ a dispenser.

AR 43/97 s16;279/2003

Wholesale vendor records

17(1)  A person who sells a pesticide at wholesale must keep a record of each sale of a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3 stating

                               (a)    the name and mailing address of the purchaser,

                              (b)    the name and total quantity of the pesticide sold,

                               (c)    the date of the sale, and

                              (d)    where the purchaser

                                        (i)    is the holder of a wholesale vendor registration, the purchaser’s registration number,

                                      (ii)    is the holder of a retail vendor registration,

                                              (A)    the purchaser’s registration number, and

                                              (B)    the dispenser’s name and certificate number,

                                   (ii.1)    is a person to whom section 14(1.1) or (3) applies, the appropriate Certificate of Compliance number, or

                                     (iii)    sells at retail pesticides listed in Schedule 3, the dispenser’s name and certificate number.

(2)  A wholesale vendor must forward to the Director a summary of a record maintained pursuant to subsection (1) in a form acceptable to the Director within 30 days of a request in writing by the Director.

AR 43/97 s17;279/2003;315/2003

Retail vendor records

18(1)  A person who sells a pesticide at retail must keep a record of each sale of a pesticide listed in Schedule 1 or 2 stating

                               (a)    the name and mailing address of the purchaser,

                              (b)    the name and total quantity of the pesticide sold,

                               (c)    the date of the sale,

                           (c.1)    the qualifications of the purchaser to purchase the pesticide, and

                              (d)    where the purchaser

                                        (i)    is the holder of a pesticide service registration, the purchaser’s registration number,

                                      (ii)    is the holder of a an applicator certificate, the purchaser’s certificate number,

                                     (iii)    repealed AR 279/2003 s11,

                                     (iv)    is authorized or certified pursuant to section 13 of the Pesticide, Sales, Handling, Use or Application Regulation, the authorization or certification number of the purchaser,

                                       (v)    is a commercial agriculturalist, the purchaser’s legal land description, the Canadian Wheat Board number, the Alberta Farm Fuel Benefit number or other information that would verify that the purchaser is a commercial agriculturalist, or

                                     (vi)    is an acreage owner or hobby greenhouse owner purchasing a Schedule 2 pesticide in accordance with section 20 of the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation (AR 24/97), a rural land location or other identification that would verify that the purchaser is an acreage owner or hobby greenhouse owner.

(2)  Where a pesticide is available for purchase only by a commercial agriculturalist who has successfully completed training recognized by the Director in the use and application of pesticides in accordance with section 13 of the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation (AR 24/97), the record must verify that the purchaser has completed the recognized training.

AR 43/97 s18;279/2003

Keeping of records

19   Information in a record kept under section 17 or 18 must be kept for at least 5 years after it is entered in the record.

Notice to provide information: retail vendors

20(1)  The Director may, at any time, by notice in writing request a person who sells a pesticide at retail to provide information with respect to the sale of pesticides, including but not limited to the following:

                               (a)    the name of the dispensers employed by the person who sells at retail;

                              (b)    the sale of specified pesticides.

(2)  A person who receives a notice under subsection (1) must comply with it.

Transitional

Transitional ‑ applicators

21   A conditional applicator may continue to use or apply a pesticide in accordance with the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 127/93) but only until the conditional applicator’s certificate expires.

Repeals

Repeal

22   The Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (Alta. Reg. 127/93) is repealed.


Expiry

Expiry

22.1   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on June 30, 2018.

AR 120/2013 s2;101/2015;108/2016

Coming into Force

Coming into force

23   This Regulation comes into force on February 7, 1997.

24   Repealed AR 120/2013 s3.

Schedule 1

Schedule 1 Pesticides

1   The following, unless they are classified as Schedule 4 pesticides, are classified as Schedule 1 pesticides:

        Pesticides with a label product class designation as required by the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) other than the class designation “DOMESTIC”, where the pesticide is:

                                       (a)    a fumigant or suspension in air containing any of the following active ingredients:

                                            ALP    ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE

                                            CPN    CHLOROPICRIN

                                            DVP                                                         DICHLORVOS

                                           HCN                                             CALCIUM CYANIDE

                                             LIN                                                                  LINDANE

                                           MBR                                               METHYL BROMIDE

                                             NIA                                                                 NICOTINE

                                            PTH                                                            PARATHION

                                             SFT    SULFOTEP PLUS RELATED ACTIVE COMPOUNDS

                                       (b)    a fungicide containing any of the following active ingredients:

                                           MCC                                         MERCURIC CHLORIDE

                                           MSC                                    MERCUROUS CHLORIDE

                                             VIL                                                        VINCLOZOLIN

                                       (c)    a herbicide containing any of the following active ingredients:

                                            ACL    ACROLEIN

                                           OXR                                                      OXYFLUORFEN

                                       (d)    an insecticide containing any of the following active ingredients:

                                           ADC    ALDICARB

                                            CAF                                                        CARBOFURAN

                                            CFV                                            CHLORFENVINPHOS

                                           COY                                                               TERBUFOS

                                              DIS                                                          DISULFOTON

                                            DSG                                     1,3‑DICHLOROPROPENE

                                            DYF                                                                 FONOFOS

                                            FEM                                                      FENITROTHION

                                           GOO                                             AZINPHOS‑METHYL

                                           MED                                                    METHIDATHION

                                          MML                                                            METHOMYL

                                          MOM                                                METHAMIDOPHOS

                                           OXB                                                                  OXAMYL

                                            PHR                                                                 PHORATE

                                       (e)    a vertebrate toxicant containing any of the following active ingredients:

                                           AMP    4‑AMINOPYRIDINE

                                            AZA                  AZACOSTEROL HYDROCHLORIDE

                                           HCN                                                SODIUM CYANIDE

                                             STR                                                          STRYCHNINE

                                             SUF                               SODIUM FLUOROACETATE

                                       (f)    repealed AR 279/2003 s13;

                                       (g)    a vertebrate toxicant containing the active ingredient zinc phosphide for use as a tracking powder.

AR 43/97 Sched.1;279/2003

Schedule 2

Schedule 2 Pesticides

1   The pesticides referred to in sections 2 and 3, unless they are classified as Schedule 1 or Schedule 4 pesticides, are classified as Schedule 2 pesticides.

2   A pesticide with a label product class designation as required by the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) other than “DOMESTIC”.

3   A fertilizer that is required to be registered under the Fertilizers Act (Canada) and that contains any of the following pesticide active ingredients:

                            PTX                                                                      OXYCARBOXIN

                            QTZ                                                                          QUINTOZENE

                             THI                                                                                    THIRAM

                           TPM                                                     THIOPHANATE METHYL

                             VIT                                                                           CARBATHIIN

AR 43/97 Sched.2;279/2003

Schedule 3

Schedule 3 Pesticides

1   The pesticides referred to in sections 2 and 3, unless they are classified as Schedule 4 pesticides, are classified as Schedule 3 pesticides.

2   Any pesticide with a label product class designation required by the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) of “DOMESTIC”.

3   Any fertilizer that is required to be registered under the Fertilizers Act (Canada) that contains a pesticide active ingredient other than one listed in section 3 of Schedule 2.

Schedule 4

Schedule 4 Pesticides

1(1)  In this Schedule,

                               (a)    “Code” means the 3-letter code used by federal authorities responsible for the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) to identify active ingredients;

                                   Code    Compound

                                    BRF    BRODIFACOUM

                                   BRM                                                           BROMADIOLONE

                                   CGO                                                     CHOLECALCIFEROL

                                    CHP                                                   CHLOROPHACINONE

                                    CPD                                  3‑CHLORO‑1,2‑PROPANEDIOL

                                    DFL                                                                 DIFETHALION

                                    DPC                                                                DIPHACINONE

                                   EGO                                                        ERGOCALCIFEROL

                                  GUM                                               NATURAL GUM RESINS

                                     PIN                                                                          PINDONE

                                    POB                                            POLYMERIZED BUTENES

                                      SIL    SILICA AEROGEL or SILICA GEL (AMORPHOUS)

                                     SIO                                                          SILICON DIOXIDE

                                    SQS                                                   SULFAQUINOXALINE

                                  WAR                                                                      WARFARIN

                              (b)    “Formulation” or “(FORM)” means the 2‑letter code used by federal authorities responsible for the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) to identify formulations and includes:

                                        (i)    Granular (GR)

                                      (ii)    Paste (PA)

                                     (iii)    Pellets (PT)

                                     (iv)    Pressurized Product (PP)

                                       (v)    Particulate (PT)

                                     (vi)    Solution (SN)

                                    (vii)    Slow‑Release Generator (SR)

                                   (viii)    Solid (SO)

                                     (ix)    Tablet (TA)

                               (c)    “Marketing” or “(MARK)” means the single letter code used by federal authorities responsible for the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) to identify appropriate markets for pesticide formulations and includes:

                                        (i)    Domestic (D)

                                      (ii)    Commercial (C)

                                     (iii)    Restricted (R)

                                     (iv)    Manufacturing (M)

                                       (v)    Technical Active Ingredient (T)

                              (d)    “Product Type Codes” or “(PRTP)” means the 3‑letter code used by federal authorities responsible for the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) to identify product types;

                               (e)    “Ready‑to‑use” or “(RTU)” means the pesticide does not require mixing with any diluent and is ready‑to‑use.

(2)  Pesticides with a formulation that meets the criteria in columns I, II and III are classified as Schedule 4 pesticides.

 


COLUMN I
Product Type (PRTP)

COLUMN II Code

COLUMN III
MARK & Description
of PRTP if required

(a)    additive (laundry) (LAA)

all

all D and C formulations

(b)    adjuvant, surfactant (ADJ)

all

all C formulations sold as separate products for tank mixes with other pesticides; includes additives, coloured marker dyes, defoamers, drift control agents, particulating agents, pH adjusters, spreader‑stickers

(c)    air sanitizer (AIS)

all

all D and C formulations

(d)    algaecide (ALG)

all

all D formulations
all C and R formulations of copper for use in wholly contained bodies of water on private land, including farm, fire and fish ponds, dugouts, industrial ponds and ponds used in connection with municipal water treatment

(e)    animal repellent (ARP)

all

all D, C and R formulations used to repel bears, deer, rabbits, cats, dogs, rodents and other vertebrates other than birds

(f)    anti‑fouling paint (AFP)

all

all D and C formulations

(g)    anti‑sapstain wood preservative (SAP)


all


all D and C formulations

(h)    bird repellent (BRP)

POB

all D and C formulations

(i)     hard‑surface disinfectant (DIS)

all

all D and C formulations

(j)     heavy duty wood preservative (HDW)


all


all D and C formulations

(k)    insect growth regulator (IGR)

all

all D and C formulations for use on domestic pets only

(l)     insect repellent (IRP)

all

all D and C formulations

(m)   insecticide (INS)

(i)  all

(i)     all D and C formulations for fabric impregnation

 

(ii)  all

(ii)    all D and C formulations with FORM as PP (aerosols)

 

(iii)  all

(iii)   all D formulations of RTU insect baits and insect bait-stations

 

(iv)  all

(iv)   all D and C formulations of moth balls as flakes, cakes, blocks or crystals

 

(v)  all

(v)    all C formulations of livestock insecticides where the label use directions pertain to the direct application to livestock, livestock bedding, corrals, barns, pens, stables and other livestock enclosures

 

(vi)  GUM

(vi)   all D and C formulations

 

(vii)  SIL, SIO

(vii)  all D and C formulations

 

(viii)  all

(viii) all D formulations (RTU) at least one use in dwellings

 

(ix)  all

(ix)   all D formulations of mosquito coils

 

(x)  all

(x)    all D and C formulations of fly baits with FORM as GR, PT or SO

 

(xi)  all

(xi)   all D and C formulations of insect strips with FORM as SR

 

(xii)  all

all D and C formulations for use on domestic pets

(n)    joinery wood preservative (JON)


all


all D and C formulations

(o)    material preservative (MPS)

all

all D and C formulations

(p)    plant growth regulator (PGR)

all

all D formulations

(q)    pruning paint (PRP)

all

all D and C formulations

(r)     remedial wood preservative (REM)


all


all D and C formulations

(s)    rodenticide (ROD)

(i)  all

(i) all D formulations

 

(ii) BRF, BRM, CGO, CHP, CPD, DFL, DPC, EGO, PIN, SQS, WAR

(ii) all C formulations (RTU) with FORM as PE, PT, SO or TA (bars, blocks, cakes, pellets, baits or tablets) registered for rat or mouse control only

(t)     swimming pool chemicals (SWA, SWB)


all


all D and C formulations

(u)    slimicide (SLI)

all

all D and C formulations

(u.1) water soluble dye

all

all D, C and R formulations

(v)    wood preservative (WPS)

all

all D and C formulations

(w)   wood preservative stain (STN)

all

all D and C formulations

(x)    pesticides registered for reformulation or remanufacturing only (N/A)

all

all M and T formulations

(y)    pesticides exempt from registration under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) (N/A)

all

any formulation

AR 43/97 Sched.4;279/2003

 


Schedule 5

Classes of Pesticide Applicator Certificates

1   Aerial: This class includes the use of pesticides applied by aircraft.

2   Agriculture: This class includes the use of pesticides by ground application for livestock and agricultural crops.

3   Aquatic Vegetation: This class includes the use of herbicides by ground application for the control of aquatic weeds in water bodies as defined in the Water Act.

4   Forestry: This class includes the use of pesticides by ground application in forest management operations or silviculture, forest seed orchards, outdoor nurseries and plantations.

5   Fumigation: This class includes the use of all fumigants within enclosed structures or the use of fumigant gases under sheets or tarps.

6   Greenhouse: This class includes the use of pesticides in greenhouses and mushroom houses during the storage, display or production of agricultural crops, including vegetables, ornamentals and mushrooms, as well as forest tree seedlings.

7   Industrial: This class includes the use of herbicides by ground application for controlling weeds on industrial areas including roadsides, power lines, pipelines, rights of way, easements, railways, petroleum well sites and equipment yards.

In addition, this class includes herbicide applications to parking lots and landscaped areas surrounding industrial facilities for the control of designated noxious or restricted weeds.

8   Landscape: This class includes the use of pesticides (other than fumigants) by ground application for the maintenance of ornamental trees, shrubs, flowers and turf on outdoor residential, commercial (e.g., golf courses and cemeteries), recreational and public land.

In addition, this class includes herbicide applications to parking lots and roads for the control of designated noxious or restricted weeds within urban areas, but does not include herbicide applications for brush control.

9   Biting Flies: This class includes the use of insecticides into water or on land, by ground application only, for the control of mosquitoes and other biting flies.

10   Structural: This class includes the use of pesticides for the prevention or control of pests that impact a structure or its inhabitants.

11   Special: This class includes the application of a pesticide for a specific use not covered by other classes, including but not limited to, the following:

                                  ‑    seed,

                                  ‑    interior plantscapes,

                                  ‑    plant roots in sewer systems, and

                                  ‑    vertebrate toxicants.

12   Restricted: This class includes the application of pesticides restricted to a limited number of activities within one of the classes of certificates listed.

AR 43/97 Sched.5;279/2003