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1 GENERIC RISK ASSESSMENT RECORD This risk assessment relates to those hazards specific to an activity. It must ensure that all the precautions necessary to reduce the risk have been implemented. This generic will be used with a local/site risk assessment, which takes into account local circumstances, and persons involved. The level of risk is assessed using the level of risk matrix (form F911D) WWT/F911B Page 1 of 5 Issue: 1 Date: 15/11/13 Author: KC Reviewed KC ACTIVITY ASSESSED ASSESSED BY: ASSESSMENT DATE E11 - IQUID PESTICIDE HANDING AND APPICATION HAZARD (Potential for harm) EVE OF RISK (Severity) ow /Medium/ High K. Curtis 13/03/2014 PRECAUTIONS TO BE IMPEMENTED (to remove hazard; or reduce risk level to an acceptable level) (NOTE: one precaution may tackle several hazards) Storage and transportation of pesticides Disposal of pesticides Only use approved pesticides. Ensure that pesticides are stored in a fixed, designated, locked and bunded container marked with a logo depicting an exclamation mark. When transporting pesticides, containers should be stored in a sealed, vapour proof box containing a general danger warning sign. Pesticides should never be transported in the cab of a vehicle. Pesticides should be locked in a vapour proof box when unattended. Pesticide containers should display an original label and should not be reused, save for transfer into another container of the same product (to deal with leaking containers). Washings should be diluted and used on the spray site unless the maximum dosage has been reached in which case, washings should be disposed of on a similar site. Containers awaiting disposal should be stored in a locked, dry area preferably separate to the chemical store. The storage facility should also carry the exclamation mark logo. Empty containers should be disposed of using a licensed disposal contractor. Unopened pesticide containers may be returned to the supplier if the supplier is agreeable. PPE should be stored in a separate ventilated locker. Related equipment (i.e. brushes) should be stored in a segregated area. PPE should be checked before, during and after use and maintained at regular intervals. Maintenance records should be kept. Contaminated / damaged PPE should be stored with the empty pesticide containers and disposed of using a licensed disposal contractor.

2 Storage, maintenance and disposal of PPE and related equipment. Use of Pesticides / Personal Hygiene and Environmental Contamination Page 2 of 5 M All related equipment (e.g. brushes for stump treating, hand held applicators, knapsack sprayers and containers) should be rinsed thoroughly and decontaminated before storage. Similarly gloves and face masks / shields must also be washed thoroughly. The waste water should be disposed of in the same manner as the washings. Only operatives with an NPTC PA1/ PA6 Pesticides Application ticket may use Spraying Equipment or treat stumps. To treat or apply pesticides near a water course, operatives must hold the PA6aw qualification (application near water). Operators should observe the Codes of Practice for safe use of pesticides. The correct ( PPE ), namely coveralls (CE marked, type 5 approved, splash resistant), Nitrile gloves (CE marked, 300mm in length, 0.5mm think, non-absorbent), rubber wellington boots and a face shield should be worn at all times when handling and mixing pesticides. Ensure all PPE is removed and hands are washed thoroughly before eating, drinking and smoking and do not eat, drink or smoke near the spray site. Always read the product label before use and adhere to any COSHH assessment. If personal contamination is suspected, wash in cold water immediately, remove contaminated clothing and secure in a tagged bag and seek immediate medical treatment. If contamination of another person is suspected, put on the correct PPE, remove the person from the site, decontaminate with cold water and seek immediate medical treatment. Always carry a first aid kit and eye wash. Use signs to warn members of the public who may be using the site. imit access to the area being treated (note, public rights of way cannot be closed without authority). Ensure sprayed areas are cordoned or marshalled off for two hours after application. Perform Environment Risk Assessment for Pesticides (ERAP) to highlight potential risks on treatment site and assess if conditions are suitable for spraying. Where possible, ensure that the sprayer is transported empty and filled on site. If this is not possible, ensure that sprayers are secured and stored up right. Ensure that the filling / mixing point is at least 5m from any watercourses and 1m buffer zones are observed when using a knapsack sprayer or stump treating near a watercourse. Do not exceed the recommended dose rates or the manufacturers recommendations. Only pesticides recommended for use in or near water may be

3 Manual Handling Record Keeping used in water or on river banks. When stump treating, use a dye where appropriate. Never treat stumps or spray in wet weather or during high winds as the chances of spray drift are increased. Ensure no livestock will be present for the recommended time. At times of the year when bees are at risk of contamination, alter spray times and contact the ocal Beekeepers Association (Spray iaison Officer) 48 hours in advance of any spraying activity to request that beekeepers close their hives. Ensure all related equipment (brushes, chemical bottles, seals on new chemical bottles, contaminated material, etc) is removed from site. Any spillages should be dealt with using a spill kit containing a brush, shovel, absorbent granules and impenetrable container and disposed of using a licensed disposal contractor. Operators to be aware that fully loaded knapsack sprayers are heavy. Use correct manual handling procedures to move a loaded sprayer and where possible, place the knapsack sprayer on a raised surface (not a picnic bench) and reverse into the straps. The following records must be kept: - Pesticide applicators must be maintained and tested at regular intervals as they fall under the PUWER regulations. Records of any maintenance should be kept. PPE maintenance records. Application records. COSHH Assessments. Accidents and incidents. Stock records. Two stock records should be kept; one on the side of the chemical store and one in the office. Both records should correlate. Stock records should be updated whenever pesticide is added to or removed from the chemical store. Safe System of Work In accordance with: Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 Task/Activity (Scope): Risk Rating: Ref No: Pesticide handling and application OW E12 Department/ Section: iving andscape Team Page 3 of 5 ocation: WWT Reserves Activity carried out by; Staff & Volunteers

4 Determine Procedure Below Only operatives with permission from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust and hold PA1 and PA6 NPTC certificates in pesticide application can mix and apply pesticides. Copies of qualifications must be held at the Trust. Advance Pre-Spraying Procedure - It is the Operators legal responsibility to be aware of changes to Pesticide aw and Good Practice. Ensure you are aware of any changes and are absolutely clear on what is defined as Good Practice. The Code of Practice can be found at: Determine if it is necessary to use pesticides or can other controls be used. Assess site as part of Environment Risk Assessment for Pesticides (ERAP), to highlight potential watercourses, buffer zones, landowners/ users, beekeepers and any species that pesticides may have a negative/ harmful affect on. Ensure a competent first aider is present (not the operative) and that an adequate first aid kit is on site. Ensure all workers are aware what to do in an emergency, how to raise the alarm and have a mobile phone to contact the emergency services. See site risk assessment for details. Establish what chemical is required and calculate how much will be required for treating target area. Determine if any other land owners/ users will be affected by use of pesticides and inform in advance. There is a degree of manual handling involved in the use of a Knapsack Sprayer. If possible try and arrange to be accompanied by a buddy for spraying activities. This minimises the Manual Handling and one Working risks. Pre-Spraying, Day Procedure - Assess weather conditions for suitability for pesticide application. Record as part of ERAP. If unfavourable, postpone or cancel spraying. Ensure all necessary PPE is available and in good condition for pesticide mixing and spraying, check for expiry date and that it complies with all safety legislation. Examine the Knapsack Sprayer for any defects and record. Any defects must either be repaired before use or the sprayer cannot be used. If possible mix pesticide on treatment site. If possible ensure that pesticides are transported separate to driver cab or if separate is not possible, in a vapour proof box. Pack enough water to be able to mix the pesticide originally, perform the washings AND be available should any accidental contamination to flush out the contaminated site. Mix/ dilute pesticide in bunded container to minimise risk of contamination through spillage. Fill knapsack sprayer to required level and then add pesticide as per Code of Good Practice. Set up appropriate signage to warn site users about pesticide application. Spraying Procedure - Ensure that PPE is being worn before starting to spray. Mark out buffer zones for avoidance. Spray as recommended in operators Good Practice Guides. Ensure knapsack washings can be disposed of on-site without exceeding pesticide dose rates. Post Spraying Procedure - Remove any signage when it is no longer required and inform users, landowners and beekeepers that spraying operations have been completed. Page 4 of 5

5 Examine Knapsack Sprayer for any defects and record. Any defects need to be rectified before next use. Ensure all contaminated material has been removed from site and are being stored appropriately prior to disposal. By law you must complete all necessary records (ERAP, risk assessments) of spraying activity and return forms to the Reserves Manager. Dispose of contaminated material with/ at an authorised disposal site and ensure you complete all necessary records and return to Reserves Manager. Can Safe System of Work be met (Y/N) if NO determine ocal Controls Below or do not undertake task Page 5 of 5

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