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Centers for Disease Control &
John Kepner Defenders of Wildlife
Consumer Specialty Products
Emerald BioAgriculture
National Pest Management
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MR. JONES: Any one going to second the --
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: (Inaudible)
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: (Inaudible)
PowerPoint-based. A picture is worth a thousand words in
Government is kind of interesting. I’ve talked to some
Congress and everybody. And we’re working on developing
It’s like which budget are you talking about? Sometimes
Program Guidance for us goes out every three years. OPP
Office of Research and Development convenes a group of
HH1. And right here is written -- it’s a sound byte. It
Lois Rossi is the executive lead for this group. And
And the one thing that I will say is that I’ve learned
It covers every part of the agency -- every part of OPP
OPD operates very different from other parts of the
Section 18 submissions as to anticipated crop loss,
NHANS data set than I am were very concerned that the
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Just to follow up a little
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You can use it if you’d
IPM (phonetic) in schools where there’s a lot of work
One is to continue to stay in touch with OPP as key
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Just two questions. I
STEVE Good luck
STEVE: Right
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Gary’s looking down
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I don’t know. In the next
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: (Inaudible) comment
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Okay
Branch Chief in the Field and External Affairs Division
Agriculture Worker Protection Regulation and assert that
Worker Protection Regulation or the certification
MR. KEANEY: Yeah
Branch in California Department of Pesticide Regulation
I’m also Chair of the Worker Protection Committee of the
Association of American Pesticide Control Officials. And
I am a member of the work group although I’m not a member
Fed OSHA have program requirements. I think that’s
Workers don’t understand the pesticide dangers. They
They’re unaware of their rights. They don’t know who to
They come home. They hug their kids. It’s on their
MR. JONES: Sure
AAPSE members as well as AAPCO members are more likely to
February meeting. And we’ll continue to operate like
EPA. And I want to make sure that I say that areas that
And that is not to say that EPA is the only source that
It’s one of the difficulties I think we have when you go
MR. ELWORTH: The labeling changes
MR. ELWORTH: Going back to your --
MR. JONES: Okay
MR. JONES: Excessively ambitious
MR. JONES: Okay. Shelley?
And to the extent that you all may think it’s not then I
And I don’t know whether that process is in place to get
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We do have a pilot process
MR. JONES: Melody?
DR. KAWAMOTO: Thank you
MR. JONES: You have the last word
DR. KAWAMOTO: Okay
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: And it was spoken to in one
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yeah
MR. JONES: This is the last word
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: All of the above
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I don’t know
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: What is the definition of
Poison Control Center data in terms of confirmed cases
Poison Control Center System. I’ve put up there that
Worker Protection Rule. And all of these have different
We’re piggybacking on it and getting -- nobody’s going to
National Compliance database is the main one that’s used
OSHA’s database -- many times it doesn’t drill down to
We’re not talking about EPA creating a new mega database
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The Center database has a
MR. JONES: Beth?
DR. CARROLL: Okay
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We used different
MR. JONES: No
MR. JONES: Thank you. Amy Brown?
Shelley made is a good point. That wasn’t my original
But I’m -- going back to the question before -- I forget
MR. DIAMOND: Right
MR. JONES: Thanks. Julie and then Allen
There’s a lot of exposure in everyday life. That does
ALLEN: Isn’t that what I said?
August 3 of 2006 and then October 1 of 2008. That was an
She is our Senior Adviser for PRIA implementation and Ron
MS. MONELL: Thank you
This one I hadn’t heard of before. That what happens
PRIA negotiations. When an application is sent in under
SOPs so that everyone knows exactly what’s expected and
MR. DERBYSHIRE: That’s a very good question
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Another mechanism by which
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Can I just make a one
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: That’s a very good idea
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The reason I’m mentioning
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Right
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: -- but didn’t know until now
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: The mandatory advisory
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So policy wasn’t changed
MR. JONES: Jim?
I’ve had. And I would encourage this work group to dig a
MR. JONES: Julie?
MS. SPAGNOLI: I guess I share Jim’s concern and
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: That’s a good question and
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: It is essentially a
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Okay
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We’ll linking current
PDPDC. My comments are directed directly at those
ARA members represent primarily ground applicators which
MR. JONES: Thank you. Okay
DR. FRY: Could I correct the record just one --
Agency. It’s an issue that has to involve a large group
MR. JONES: Thank you
Sherry’s help -- can finalize their report. That we’ll
Did I miss anything? Marty?
12 which is pretty soon. That’s why I’m being so
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