Pesticide Applicator Audiovisual Recertification Material Availability

NEW! Please Note! (6/17/04): Due to budget constraints, video tapes and slide sets are no longer available for checkout through the Clemson University Communication Center Media Library (CCML). You may now request any of the materials listed below (that you do not already have a copy of in your county offices) from the Pesticide Information Program by filling out the following form: Audiovisual Resources Request Form. Use the exact title as listed below. If you have questions, contact Rachel Rowe.

DPR Course Code Video Tape Title Pre-Approved CCH Credits1 Workbook2 Video Tape Availability3
1143 Paradox of Resistance 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1144 Protecting South Carolina Groundwater Quality 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1159 Pesticides in the Environment 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1163 Skin, Eye & Lung Protection from Pesticide Exposure 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1186 Fate of Pesticides in the Environment 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1205 DETAIL 1® - Groundwater and Ag Chemicals 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1206 DETAIL 2® - Environmental Site Assessment 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1207 DETAIL 3® - Safe Chemical Handling 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1208 DETAIL 4® - Contingency Planning and Crisis Management 1.0 Yes ECO/@
7558 DETAIL 5® - Pesticide Registration 0.5 No ECO/@
1209 DETAIL 6® - On-Farm Ag Chemical Safety 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1210 DETAIL 7® - Ag Chemical Emergency Response 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1438 Calibration of Pesticide Application Equipment 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1439 Recycling Pesticide Containers: Proper Cleaning Techniques for Pesticide Containers4 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1450 Aquatic Plant Management Series: How to Determine Areas & Amount of Aquatic Herbicide to Use 0.5 No LTD/@
1451 Aquatic Plant Management Series: Calibration--A Field Approach [Aquatic weeds] 0.5 No LTD/@
1452 Using Pesticides Safely - Module 1 - Pesticide Laws & Regulations (U of MD) 0.5 No ECO/@
1453 Using Pesticides Safely - Module 2 - The Pesticide Label (U of MD) 0.5 No ECO/@
1454 Using Pesticides Safely - Module 3 - Protecting the Pesticide Handler (U of MD) 0.5 No ECO/@
1455 Using Pesticides Safely - Module 4 - Guidelines for Proper Pesticide Handling (U of MD) 0.5 No ECO/@
1456 Using Pesticides Safely - Module 5 - Pesticides & the Environment (U of MD) 0.5 No ECO/@
1457 Using Pesticides Safely - Module 6 - Integrated Pest Management [IPM] (U of MD) 0.5 No ECO/@
1532 Module 1 of 9: Roadside Vegetation Control is Necessary--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
1533 Module 2 of 9: Plant Biology for Roadside Vegetation Managers--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
1534 Module 3 of 9: Characteristics of Chemicals Used for Roadside Vegetation Management--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
1535 Module 4 of 9: Weed Control Programs for Roadside Vegetation Management--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
1536 Module 5 of 9: Application Equipment for Roadside Vegetation Management--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
1537 Module 6 of 9: Equipment Calibration for Roadside Vegetation Management--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
1538 Module 7 of 9: General Problems Encountered in Chemical Application for Roadside Vegetation Management--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
1539 Module 8 of 9: Applicator/Operator Safety for Roadside Vegetation Management--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
7556 Module 9 of 9: Public Relations for Roadside Vegetation Management--Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation 0.5 No @
1673 Integrated Pest Management (Landscape) 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1674 Integrated Pest Management in Agriculture 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1675 Integrated Pest Management in Greenhouses 0.5 No ECO/@
1676 Integrated Pest Management in Turf 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1677 South Carolina Chemigation Law 0.5 Yes ECO/@
1678 Pesticide Recordkeeping: What It Can Do for You4 0.5 No ECO/@
1679 Chemigation Management 1.0 Yes @
1680 Chemigation Calibration 1.0 Yes @
1681 Chemigation Equipment 1.0 Yes @
1702 Training Greenhouse Workers to Handle Pesticides Safely4 0.5 No @
1703 Pesticide Safety in the Greenhouse4 0.5 No @
1704 Pesticide Application Training Series: What the Wary Ones Wear 0.5 No @
1705 Working Safely with Pesticides 0.5 No @
1706 Pesticide Application Training Series: Pesticide Storage for Farms & Businesses 0.5 No @
1707 You Can Do It--How to Teach Pesticide Health & Safety to Farm Workers and Their Families 0.5 No @
1708 Endangered Species & Pesticides: Balancing Protection & Production 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1735 Triple Rinse/Jet Rinse4 0.5 No @
1736 Calibrating Turfgrass Sprayers 0.5 No @
1737 Be Prepared--Just in Case (on transporting pesticides) 0.5 No @
1738 Safe Use of Pesticides in Interiorscapes 0.5 No @
1739 Spray Tips for Successful Weed Control 0.5 No @
1740 Fundamentals for Modern Mix/Load Sites 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1745 Pesticide Applicator Safety 0.5 No @
1746 Tracking Plant Pests for Today and the Future (USDA-APHIS) 0.5 No @
1747 Spraying Soil Incorporated Herbicides 0.5 No @
1753 Guarding Grain Value 0.5 No @
1754 Herbicide Use & Safety in the Landscape: Vol. 2 0.5 No @
1755 Herbicide Use & Safety in the Landscape: Vol. 1 0.5 No @
1756 How to Select & Safely Use Herbicides4 0.5 No @
1757 Recent Developments in Pesticide Application Technology [video or slide set] 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1770 Federal Pesticide Recordkeeping Requirement: Whats Required?4 0.5 No ECO/@
1776 Pesticide Toxicology: Diagnosis and Treatment 0.5 No @
1777 Pesticide Application Training Series: Signs & Symptoms of Pesticide Poisoning 0.5 No @
1778 The Risk of Pesticides in the Food Chain 0.5 No @
1779 Basic Safety for Pesticide Applicators 0.5 No @
1780 Farm Chemical Safety is in Your Hands 0.5 No @
1783 Pesticide Safety in the Landscape4 0.5 No @
1784 Protecting Wildlife When Using Granular Insecticides at Planting 0.5 No @
1799 IPM for Apples 0.5 No @
1807 Tune Up for Profits 0.5 No @
1808 Pesticide Application Training Series: Protecting Groundwater from Pesticides 0.5 No @
1809 Lawn Management in Balance with Nature: Steps 1 & 2 0.5 No @
1810 Golf Course Management in Balance with Nature: Steps 1 & 2 0.5 No @
1818 Calibrating Low Pressure Sprayers 0.5 No @
1850 Closed Systems for Handling Liquid Pesticides [video or slide set] 0.5 Yes ECO/@
1851 IR-4: Regulatory Assistance for Minor Use Agriculture 0.5 No @
1852 Crack & Crevice Treatment for Cockroach Management 0.5 No @
1853 Biological Control: A Natural Alternative 0.5 No @
1859 Fumigation Safety 0.5 No @
1860 Biorational Pest Control 0.5 No @
1861 Orchard Air-Blast Spraying 0.5 No @
1862 Getting the Most from Your Pesticides 0.5 No @
1863 Drift Reduction 0.5 No @
1864 Spray Patterns for Boom Sprayers 0.5 No @
1865 Respirator Safety Training 1.0 Yes ECO/@
1866 Pesticide Safety - Employee Training 1.0 No @
1867 Don't Get My Drift [Slides & Video Tape] 0.5 No @
1868 Field Safety 0.5 No @
2010 Calibration of Granular Applicators [Slides & audio tape] 0.5 No @
2024 Always Wear the Right Stuff [video or slide set] 0.5 No @
2025 Herbicide Activity On Crops and Weeds 0.5 No @
2026 Protective Clothing & Equipment for Pesticide Applicators 0.5 No @
2027 Protecting Water/Protecting Crops: Pesticides & Water Quality 0.5 No @
2028 ULV Droplet Analysis: A Training Video 0.5 No @
2111 Calibration of Equipment for Applying Pesticides on Rights-of- Way and Other Non-Crop Areas [Slides & audio tape] 0.5 No @
2112 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife [Slides & audio tape] 0.5 No @
2147 Emergency Response to Pesticide Spill Accidents: Pilot/Operator Rescue from Accidents Involving Pesticides 0.5 No @
2148 Pesticide Residue Removal for Plastic Container Reuse and Recycling 0.5 No ECO/@
2149 Nozzles for Field Sprayers 1.0 Yes ECO/@
2150 Selection and Care of Clothing Used for Pesticide Application
[Slides and script, no audio tape]
0.5 No @
2151 Misperceptions Surrounding Pesticide Residues in Groundwater [Slides & audio tape] 0.5 No @
2153 How to Conduct Worker Protection Training 2.0 No @
2154 Greenhouse & Nursery Safety: Part 1-The Safety Program 0.5 No @
2155 Greenhouse & Nursery Safety: Part 2-The Industry in Action 0.5 No @
2156 Pesticide Safety Worker Protection4 0.5 No @
2157 IPM for Vegetables & Small Fruits 0.5 No @
2158 Working With Pesticides: Volume I: Safe Storage & Disposal Methods 0.5 No @
2159 Working With Pesticides: Volume II: Infield Clothing, Equipment & Environmental Safety 0.5 No @
2160 Working With Pesticides: Volume III: Calibrating, Mixing, & Applying Pesticides 0.5 No @
2161 Working With Pesticides: Volume IV: Sprayer Operation & Maintenance Guidelines 0.5 No @
2168 Aquatic Pest Control Applicator Training: Parts I & II (must view both tapes for credit) 0.5 No @
2170 Aerial Pesticide Drift Management 0.5 No @
2171 The Worker Protection Standard: An Overview 1.0 Yes ECO/@
N/A Siguiendo el Sol... Chasing the Sun None No ECO/@
2213 Hazardous Waste Management for Pesticide Applicators [Slides & audio tape] 0.5 No @
2239 Aquatic Pest Control: Category 5 1.0 No @
2242 Pesticide Safety Series Part I: Minimal Risk for Pesticide Applicators 0.5 No @
2249 Pesticide Handlers and the Worker Protection Standard4 1.0 No ECO/@
2262 Calibrating Golf Course Boom Sprayers 0.5 No @
2263 Pesticide Safety Series Part II: Minimal Risk to the Environment 0.5 No @
2264 Long Term Health Effects of Pesticide Exposure 0.5 No ECO/@
2269 Proper Fumigation for Worker Health and Safety 0.5 No @
2277 It's a Matter of Respect: The Safe Use of DuPont Insecticides--Handler Program4 0.5 No @
N/A It's a Matter of Respect: The Safe Use of DuPont Insecticides--Field Worker Program4 None No @
2305 Lawn Care Technician Series: Professional Care Technician, Turf Pests, Lawn Care Equipment (you must watch all three parts) 0.5 No @
2306 First Aid 1.0 No tape missing
2307 CPR: 1992 Guidelines 0.5 No @
2318 Pesticide Applicator Training Manual--Category 3: Turf and Ornamentals [Slides and script, no audio tape] 0.5 No @
2320 Minimizing Wildlife Risk from Agricultural Pesticides 1.0 No @
2449 Worker Protection Standard for Greenhouses and Nurseries 0.5 No @
2481 Greenhouse Pesticide Safety Training 1.0 No @
2499 Integrated Crop Management 0.5 No @
2523 Federal Pesticide Recordkeeping Requirements for Private Applicators4 [video or slide set] 0.5 No ECO/@
2547 Respirator Fit Test Procedures 0.5 No @
2576 IPM: Harnessing the Knowledge 0.5 No @
2577 Protecting Water Supply--Best Management Practices 0.5 No @
2578 Safe Use of Pesticides in Outdoor Nurseries: Parts 1 & 2 4 0.5 No ECO/@
2683 Beat the Heat: Preventing Heat Stress and Heat Illness [slides] 0.5 No LTD/@
2992 Calibrating and Using Backpack Sprayers 0.5 No ECO/@
3016 Biological Control: Learning to Live with the Natural Order 0.5 No @
3017 Integrated Pest Management: A Chance for the Future 0.5 No @
3252 Responsible Pesticide Use: In Partnership with Nature 0.5 No @
3253 New Life for an Old Sprayer 0.5 No @
3333 Gypsy Moth: A Balanced Perspective 0.5 No @
3334 Beet Armyworm Management Strategies 0.5 No @
3450 Pesticide Labeling 0.5 No ECO/@
3488 Pesticides in Agriculture 0.5 No ECO/@
3644 Safety: Apply It First [Slides and script, no audio tape] 0.5 No ECO/@
3737 Federal Pesticide Recordkeeping for Certified Applicators [Slides and script, no audio tape] 0.5 No ECO/@
3865 Insects and Spiders and Mites, Oh My! 0.5 No ECO/@
3962 Straight Talk About Minimizing Spray Drift 0.5 No LTD/@
4131 Spray Drift Task Force: Orchard Airblast Application 1.0 No ECO/@
4132 Spray Drift Task Force: Aerial Application 0.5 No ECO/@
4133 Spray Drift Task Force: Ground Hydraulic Application 0.5 No ECO/@
4134 Spray Drift Task Force: Chemigation Application 0.5 No ECO/@
4278 Dormex® Safe Handling Guide 0.5 No LTD
4308 Food Quality Protection Act 0.5 No ECO/@
4312 Foam Marking Systems for Applicators 0.5 No @
4412 Insect Parasitic Nematodes: Tools for Pest Management 0.5 No ECO/@
5108 An American Farm Tale - Chronic Organophosphate Exposure & Treatment 0.5 No ECO/@
5776 Reducing Pesticide Risks 4 1.0 No ECO/@
5777 Environmental Stewardship Strategy for Electric Utility Rights-of-Way 0.5 No ECO/@
6715 Advances in Science & Technology: Insecticide Advances 0.5 No ECO/@
7127
Recordkeeping for Private Applicators Interactive CD
1.5 No ECO/@
7254
Protecting Yourself and Your Community from West Nile Virus [CD or video tape]
0.5 No ECO/@
7556 Public Relations for Roadside Vegetation Management --Use of Chemicals to Manage Roadside Vegetation (Module 9 of 9) 0.5 No @
7557 Common and Giant Salvinia 0.5 No @
7558 DETAIL 5® - Pesticide Registration 0.5 No ECO/@
7559
Aquatic Plant Identification: Floating and Floating Leaved Plants
0.5 No @
Code Title CCH Credits1 Workbook2 Availability3

Summary of tape availability:
Location3 Materials available Total CCH credits
@ 160 98.5 hours
ECO 58 41.5 hours
LTD 5 2.5 hours
In addition, there are 11 videos available in Spanish for a total of 5.5 hours of credit.

Revised 15 Nov 04

1 Preapproved CCH credits are for the video tape/workbook combination only when there is a workbook for a particular tape. Video tapes for which there is a workbook receive preapproved CCHs from the Department of Pesticide Regulation only when used with the workbook. All video tapes can be used in meetings or other programs and be used to obtain CCH credits for that meeting (independently of workbooks).

2All workbooks are English language only. Workbooks are available through Extension County Pesticide Training Coordinators in each South Carolina Extension County Office. PDF versions of these workbooks are being made available through this web site.

3 Video Tape Availability:
  • ECO=Available in Extension County Offices through the Extension County Pesticide Training Coordinator
  • LTD=Available only in a limited number of Extension County Offices
  • @=Available from the Pesticide Information Program ONLY. (contact Rachel Rowe or 864-656-5035).
4 Video tape is also available in Spanish.  
 
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