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482.2267 Registry of persons requiring prior notification of the application of pesticides.

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482.2267 Registry of persons requiring prior notification of the application of pesticides.(1) The department shall maintain a current registry of persons requiring prior notification of the application of pesticides. Upon request, the department shall register any person who pays an initial registration fee of $50 and submits to the department a certificate signed by a physician licensed pursuant to chapter 458, stating: (a) That the physician has examined the person and determined that the placement of the person on the registry for prior notification of the application of a pesticide or class of pesticides is necessary to protect that person’s health; (b) Whether the physician is board certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties in allergy, toxicology, or occupational medicine; (c) The distance surrounding the person’s primary residence for which the person requires prior notification of the application of a pesticide or class of pesticides in order to protect the person’s health; (d) The pesticide or class of pesticides for which the physician has determined that prior notification to the person is necessary to protect the person’s health; and (e) The license number of the physician. (2) The distance specified pursuant to paragraph (1)(c) shall be limited to those properties adjacent and contiguous to the person’s primary residence unless the physician is board certified in one of the specialties specified in paragraph (1)(b). In no event shall the distance exceed a 1/2-mile radius of the boundaries of the person’s primary residence and shall not exceed the minimum distance, as determined by the physician, required to protect the person’s health. (3) A person desiring to have his or her name continue to appear on the registry from year to year must submit an annual renewal fee of $10, and an annual update of the physician’s certificate. (4) The department shall notify all licensees and limited certificateholders quarterly of the following: (a) The names and addresses of those persons who are currently registered; (b) The pesticide or class of pesticides designated by the physician pursuant to paragraph (1)(d); and (c) The distance notification designated by the physician pursuant to paragraph (1)(c). (5) Before making a pesticide application to a lawn, plant bed, or exterior foliage within the area designated by the physician surrounding the property on which the primary residence of a registered person is located, a licensee or limited certificateholder must notify that person at least 24 hours before applying the pesticide. Notification may be made by telephone, by mail, in person, or by hand delivery. Notification shall include the location to which the pesticide is to be applied and must also include information on the type of pesticide to be used, except in an instance of pesticide application of a small amount on an infestation or disease that is discovered onsite at the time of treatment. It is the responsibility of a registrant under this section to notify the department of the addresses of the properties or residences that fall within the applicable contiguous, adjacent, or special-distance parameters for notification. The department shall supply this information to licensees and certificateholders. (6) This section does not create any duties, liabilities, or obligations of licensees or certificateholders to registrants other than those expressly stated in this section. (7) The application for registration and the physician’s certificate required by this section must be in substantially the following form:APPLICATION FOR PRIOR NOTIFICATION OF PESTICIDE APPLICATIONSPART A (To be completed by applicant)1. Applicant’s Name:  2. Date of Birth:  3. Applicant’s Residence Address (not Post Office Box):    4. Applicant’s phone number:  5. I am applying to the Department to be placed upon the registry requiring prior notification of pesticide applications pursuant to Section 482.2267, Florida Statutes.          Applicant’s Signature     DatePART B (To be completed by the physician)I, the undersigned physician, certify to the following:1. I have examined the person making application above and have determined that his or her placement on the registry for prior notification of the application of the pesticide(s) or class of pesticides set forth below is necessary to protect that person’s health.2. I [ ] am, [ ] am not, board certified and recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties in one or more of the following medical specialties:[ ] Allergy[ ] Toxicology[ ] Occupational medicine3. My license number is:      .4. The distance surrounding the person’s primary residence for which the person requires prior notification of the application of the pesticide(s) or class of pesticides set forth below in order to protect the person’s health is:  (Note: The distance specified shall be limited to those properties adjacent and contiguous to the person’s primary residence unless the physician is board certified in one of the specialties specified in paragraph 2 above. In any event, the distance may not exceed a 1/2-mile radius of the boundaries of the property where the patient resides and must not exceed the minimum distance required to protect the applicant’s health).5. The pesticide(s) or class of pesticides for which I have determined that prior notification to the person of the application within the area indicated above is necessary to protect the person’s health is (are):             Signature of Certifying Physician   Date  (Print name of Certifying Physician) (8) This act shall not be construed to create any additional requirements related to inclusion or continuance on the registry for those persons on the registry or who have applied to be on the registry as of July 1, 1995. (9) False information knowingly provided shall be a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083, and information in such form or certificate that the licensed physician knows, or should have known to be false, is grounds for disciplinary action pursuant to s. 458.331.History.s. 52, ch. 92-203; s. 1, ch. 95-317; s. 20, ch. 97-98; s. 437, ch. 97-103.Note.Former s. 482.2265(3).
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  • 482.2267 Registry of persons requiring prior notification of the application of pesticides.

       (1) The department shall maintain a current registry of persons requiring prior notification of the application of pesticides. Upon request, the department shall register any person who pays an initial registration fee of $50 and submits to the department a certificate signed by a physician licensed pursuant to chapter 458, stating:

       (a) That the physician has examined the person and determined that the placement of the person on the registry for prior notification of the application of a pesticide or class of pesticides is necessary to protect that person’s health;

       (b) Whether the physician is board certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties in allergy, toxicology, or occupational medicine;

       (c) The distance surrounding the person’s primary residence for which the person requires prior notification of the application of a pesticide or class of pesticides in order to protect the person’s health;

       (d) The pesticide or class of pesticides for which the physician has determined that prior notification to the person is necessary to protect the person’s health; and

       (e) The license number of the physician.

       (2) The distance specified pursuant to paragraph (1)(c) shall be limited to those properties adjacent and contiguous to the person’s primary residence unless the physician is board certified in one of the specialties specified in paragraph (1)(b). In no event shall the distance exceed a 1/2-mile radius of the boundaries of the person’s primary residence and shall not exceed the minimum distance, as determined by the physician, required to protect the person’s health.

       (3) A person desiring to have his or her name continue to appear on the registry from year to year must submit an annual renewal fee of $10, and an annual update of the physician’s certificate.

       (4) The department shall notify all licensees and limited certificateholders quarterly of the following:

       (a) The names and addresses of those persons who are currently registered;

       (b) The pesticide or class of pesticides designated by the physician pursuant to paragraph (1)(d); and

       (c) The distance notification designated by the physician pursuant to paragraph (1)(c).

       (5) Before making a pesticide application to a lawn, plant bed, or exterior foliage within the area designated by the physician surrounding the property on which the primary residence of a registered person is located, a licensee or limited certificateholder must notify that person at least 24 hours before applying the pesticide. Notification may be made by telephone, by mail, in person, or by hand delivery. Notification shall include the location to which the pesticide is to be applied and must also include information on the type of pesticide to be used, except in an instance of pesticide application of a small amount on an infestation or disease that is discovered onsite at the time of treatment. It is the responsibility of a registrant under this section to notify the department of the addresses of the properties or residences that fall within the applicable contiguous, adjacent, or special-distance parameters for notification. The department shall supply this information to licensees and certificateholders.

       (6) This section does not create any duties, liabilities, or obligations of licensees or certificateholders to registrants other than those expressly stated in this section.

       (7) The application for registration and the physician’s certificate required by this section must be in substantially the following form:

    APPLICATION FOR PRIOR NOTIFICATION OF PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS

    PART A (To be completed by applicant)

    1. Applicant’s Name:  

    2. Date of Birth:  

    3. Applicant’s Residence Address (not Post Office Box):    

    4. Applicant’s phone number:  

    5. I am applying to the Department to be placed upon the registry requiring prior notification of pesticide applications pursuant to Section 482.2267, Florida Statutes.

              

    Applicant’s Signature     Date

    PART B (To be completed by the physician)

    I, the undersigned physician, certify to the following:

    1. I have examined the person making application above and have determined that his or her placement on the registry for prior notification of the application of the pesticide(s) or class of pesticides set forth below is necessary to protect that person’s health.

    2. I [ ] am, [ ] am not, board certified and recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties in one or more of the following medical specialties:

    [ ] Allergy

    [ ] Toxicology

    [ ] Occupational medicine

    3. My license number is:      .

    4. The distance surrounding the person’s primary residence for which the person requires prior notification of the application of the pesticide(s) or class of pesticides set forth below in order to protect the person’s health is:  

    (Note: The distance specified shall be limited to those properties adjacent and contiguous to the person’s primary residence unless the physician is board certified in one of the specialties specified in paragraph 2 above. In any event, the distance may not exceed a 1/2-mile radius of the boundaries of the property where the patient resides and must not exceed the minimum distance required to protect the applicant’s health).

    5. The pesticide(s) or class of pesticides for which I have determined that prior notification to the person of the application within the area indicated above is necessary to protect the person’s health is (are):             

    Signature of Certifying Physician   Date  

    (Print name of Certifying Physician)

       (8) This act shall not be construed to create any additional requirements related to inclusion or continuance on the registry for those persons on the registry or who have applied to be on the registry as of July 1, 1995.

       (9) False information knowingly provided shall be a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083, and information in such form or certificate that the licensed physician knows, or should have known to be false, is grounds for disciplinary action pursuant to s. 458.331.

    History. s. 52, ch. 92-203; s. 1, ch. 95-317; s. 20, ch. 97-98; s. 437, ch. 97-103.

    Note. Former s. 482.2265(3).

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