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217B.500 Definitions. As used in KRS 217B.505 to 217B.585 unless the context requires otherwise: <br>(1) &quot;Department&quot; shall mean the Department of Agriculture. <br>(2) &quot;KPCA&quot; shall mean Kentucky Pest Control Association, Inc. <br>(3) &quot;Termite&quot; shall mean the eastern subterranean termite, Reticulotermes flavipes (Kollar), the southeastern subterranean termite, R. virginicus Banks, or the light <br>southeastern subterranean termite, R. hageni Banks. (4) &quot;Old house borer&quot; shall mean the cerambycid beetle Hylotrupes bajalus (L.). <br>(5) &quot;Powder post beetle&quot; shall mean the beetles that damage wooden structures and are classified within the families Lyctidae, Bostrichidae or Anobiidae. (6) &quot;Carpenter ants&quot; shall mean those ants that damage wooden structures and are classified within the genus Camponotus. (7) &quot;Carpenter bees&quot; shall mean those bees that damage wooden structures and are classified in the genus Xylocopa. (8) &quot;General pests&quot; shall mean any arthropods, mollusks, annelid worms, rodents or other pestiferous vertebrate animals, vermin or fungi, excluding those defined in <br>subsections (3), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of this section. (9) &quot;Fumigation&quot; shall mean the use of poisonous gases for the control of pests in enclosed spaces including but not restricted to structures such as box cars, <br>warehouses, ships, barges, homes, garages and granaries. (10) &quot;Wood destroying organisms&quot; shall mean those organisms that cause damage to the wood used in the construction of commercial or residential establishments including <br>the insects defined under subsections (3), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of this section. (11) &quot;Structural pest control&quot; shall mean the control of termites or pests, including the identification of infestations or infections; the making of inspections, inspection <br>reports, recommendations; offering advice regarding control methods or sanitation <br>procedures relative to termites and general pests; estimates, or bids, whether oral or <br>written, with respect to such infestations; issuing contracts or submitting bids for, <br>advertising for or performing services designated to prevent, control, repel or <br>eliminate such infestations by the use of pesticides, mechanical devices or structural <br>modifications under whatever name known, for the purpose of preventing, <br>controlling and repelling wood destroying organisms and general pests in household <br>structures, commercial buildings, and other structures (including those in all stages <br>of construction) or the contents thereof, and outside areas, including the treatment <br>of railroad cars, trucks, ships and airplanes or any one (1) or any combination <br>thereof. Excluded under this definition are textile manufacturers, cleaners or furriers <br>who treat fabrics or furs in their place of business exclusively. (12) &quot;Applicant&quot; shall mean any named natural person applying for an applicator license or a manager's license. (13) &quot;Applicator&quot; shall mean the license holder for a structural pest control firm and shall be the designated natural person, within a firm, partnership, corporation, <br>organization, association or any combination thereof, who manages or is in charge of a business of structural pest control including advertising, soliciting or <br>performing any of the services covered under the provisions of KRS 217B.505 to <br>217B.585. (14) &quot;Manager&quot; shall hold a manager's license and be a designated natural person within a firm who may perform the functions of an applicator but must always work under <br>the full-time supervision of an applicator. (15) &quot;License&quot; shall mean an instrument authorizing a person to act or engage in structural pest control operations as an applicator or manager. The license may be <br>issued by the department upon certification of the applicant's qualification and upon <br>recommendation of the Pest Control Advisory Board. (16) &quot;Office&quot; shall mean the point of headquarters or location of the principal operation of an applicator or a point or location from which branch offices or operations are <br>supervised. (17) &quot;Branch offices&quot; shall mean any location other than the main or home office or point of headquarters of principal operation of a firm from which structural pest <br>control activities are carried out. The maintenance of personnel and/or where <br>pesticides are stored and mixed (other than in service vehicles) or a point from <br>which sales are made or solicited, or service rendered shall constitute a branch <br>office within the meaning of KRS 217B.505 to 217B.585. Each branch office shall <br>have a licensed manager. (18) &quot;Full-time supervision&quot; shall mean the act or process whereby professional work or services are made by a competent person acting under the instructions and control <br>of an applicator or manager who is responsible for the action of that person and who <br>is available if and when needed even though such applicator or manager is not <br>physically present at the time and place that professional work or services are <br>performed. (19) &quot;Reserve applicator license holder&quot; shall be that person within a designated structural pest control firm or structural fumigation firm who maintains a current <br>applicator's license but is not the designated license holder for that firm. This <br>license holder can become the designated license holder for said firm only in the <br>event of the death, incapacitation or removal of the original license holder other <br>than by bankruptcy or sale of the firm. (20) &quot;Board&quot; means the Pest Control Advisory Board. Effective: July 15, 1980 <br>History: Amended 1980 Ky. Acts ch. 295, sec. 65, effective July 15, 1980. -- Created 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 81, sec. 1, effective June 17, 1978.

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217B.500 Definitions. As used in KRS 217B.505 to 217B.585 unless the context requires otherwise: <br>(1) &quot;Department&quot; shall mean the Department of Agriculture. <br>(2) &quot;KPCA&quot; shall mean Kentucky Pest Control Association, Inc. <br>(3) &quot;Termite&quot; shall mean the eastern subterranean termite, Reticulotermes flavipes (Kollar), the southeastern subterranean termite, R. virginicus Banks, or the light <br>southeastern subterranean termite, R. hageni Banks. (4) &quot;Old house borer&quot; shall mean the cerambycid beetle Hylotrupes bajalus (L.). <br>(5) &quot;Powder post beetle&quot; shall mean the beetles that damage wooden structures and are classified within the families Lyctidae, Bostrichidae or Anobiidae. (6) &quot;Carpenter ants&quot; shall mean those ants that damage wooden structures and are classified within the genus Camponotus. (7) &quot;Carpenter bees&quot; shall mean those bees that damage wooden structures and are classified in the genus Xylocopa. (8) &quot;General pests&quot; shall mean any arthropods, mollusks, annelid worms, rodents or other pestiferous vertebrate animals, vermin or fungi, excluding those defined in <br>subsections (3), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of this section. (9) &quot;Fumigation&quot; shall mean the use of poisonous gases for the control of pests in enclosed spaces including but not restricted to structures such as box cars, <br>warehouses, ships, barges, homes, garages and granaries. (10) &quot;Wood destroying organisms&quot; shall mean those organisms that cause damage to the wood used in the construction of commercial or residential establishments including <br>the insects defined under subsections (3), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of this section. (11) &quot;Structural pest control&quot; shall mean the control of termites or pests, including the identification of infestations or infections; the making of inspections, inspection <br>reports, recommendations; offering advice regarding control methods or sanitation <br>procedures relative to termites and general pests; estimates, or bids, whether oral or <br>written, with respect to such infestations; issuing contracts or submitting bids for, <br>advertising for or performing services designated to prevent, control, repel or <br>eliminate such infestations by the use of pesticides, mechanical devices or structural <br>modifications under whatever name known, for the purpose of preventing, <br>controlling and repelling wood destroying organisms and general pests in household <br>structures, commercial buildings, and other structures (including those in all stages <br>of construction) or the contents thereof, and outside areas, including the treatment <br>of railroad cars, trucks, ships and airplanes or any one (1) or any combination <br>thereof. Excluded under this definition are textile manufacturers, cleaners or furriers <br>who treat fabrics or furs in their place of business exclusively. (12) &quot;Applicant&quot; shall mean any named natural person applying for an applicator license or a manager's license. (13) &quot;Applicator&quot; shall mean the license holder for a structural pest control firm and shall be the designated natural person, within a firm, partnership, corporation, <br>organization, association or any combination thereof, who manages or is in charge of a business of structural pest control including advertising, soliciting or <br>performing any of the services covered under the provisions of KRS 217B.505 to <br>217B.585. (14) &quot;Manager&quot; shall hold a manager's license and be a designated natural person within a firm who may perform the functions of an applicator but must always work under <br>the full-time supervision of an applicator. (15) &quot;License&quot; shall mean an instrument authorizing a person to act or engage in structural pest control operations as an applicator or manager. The license may be <br>issued by the department upon certification of the applicant's qualification and upon <br>recommendation of the Pest Control Advisory Board. (16) &quot;Office&quot; shall mean the point of headquarters or location of the principal operation of an applicator or a point or location from which branch offices or operations are <br>supervised. (17) &quot;Branch offices&quot; shall mean any location other than the main or home office or point of headquarters of principal operation of a firm from which structural pest <br>control activities are carried out. The maintenance of personnel and/or where <br>pesticides are stored and mixed (other than in service vehicles) or a point from <br>which sales are made or solicited, or service rendered shall constitute a branch <br>office within the meaning of KRS 217B.505 to 217B.585. Each branch office shall <br>have a licensed manager. (18) &quot;Full-time supervision&quot; shall mean the act or process whereby professional work or services are made by a competent person acting under the instructions and control <br>of an applicator or manager who is responsible for the action of that person and who <br>is available if and when needed even though such applicator or manager is not <br>physically present at the time and place that professional work or services are <br>performed. (19) &quot;Reserve applicator license holder&quot; shall be that person within a designated structural pest control firm or structural fumigation firm who maintains a current <br>applicator's license but is not the designated license holder for that firm. This <br>license holder can become the designated license holder for said firm only in the <br>event of the death, incapacitation or removal of the original license holder other <br>than by bankruptcy or sale of the firm. (20) &quot;Board&quot; means the Pest Control Advisory Board. Effective: July 15, 1980 <br>History: Amended 1980 Ky. Acts ch. 295, sec. 65, effective July 15, 1980. -- Created 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 81, sec. 1, effective June 17, 1978.

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217B.500 Definitions. As used in KRS 217B.505 to 217B.585 unless the context requires otherwise: <br>(1) &quot;Department&quot; shall mean the Department of Agriculture. <br>(2) &quot;KPCA&quot; shall mean Kentucky Pest Control Association, Inc. <br>(3) &quot;Termite&quot; shall mean the eastern subterranean termite, Reticulotermes flavipes (Kollar), the southeastern subterranean termite, R. virginicus Banks, or the light <br>southeastern subterranean termite, R. hageni Banks. (4) &quot;Old house borer&quot; shall mean the cerambycid beetle Hylotrupes bajalus (L.). <br>(5) &quot;Powder post beetle&quot; shall mean the beetles that damage wooden structures and are classified within the families Lyctidae, Bostrichidae or Anobiidae. (6) &quot;Carpenter ants&quot; shall mean those ants that damage wooden structures and are classified within the genus Camponotus. (7) &quot;Carpenter bees&quot; shall mean those bees that damage wooden structures and are classified in the genus Xylocopa. (8) &quot;General pests&quot; shall mean any arthropods, mollusks, annelid worms, rodents or other pestiferous vertebrate animals, vermin or fungi, excluding those defined in <br>subsections (3), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of this section. (9) &quot;Fumigation&quot; shall mean the use of poisonous gases for the control of pests in enclosed spaces including but not restricted to structures such as box cars, <br>warehouses, ships, barges, homes, garages and granaries. (10) &quot;Wood destroying organisms&quot; shall mean those organisms that cause damage to the wood used in the construction of commercial or residential establishments including <br>the insects defined under subsections (3), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of this section. (11) &quot;Structural pest control&quot; shall mean the control of termites or pests, including the identification of infestations or infections; the making of inspections, inspection <br>reports, recommendations; offering advice regarding control methods or sanitation <br>procedures relative to termites and general pests; estimates, or bids, whether oral or <br>written, with respect to such infestations; issuing contracts or submitting bids for, <br>advertising for or performing services designated to prevent, control, repel or <br>eliminate such infestations by the use of pesticides, mechanical devices or structural <br>modifications under whatever name known, for the purpose of preventing, <br>controlling and repelling wood destroying organisms and general pests in household <br>structures, commercial buildings, and other structures (including those in all stages <br>of construction) or the contents thereof, and outside areas, including the treatment <br>of railroad cars, trucks, ships and airplanes or any one (1) or any combination <br>thereof. Excluded under this definition are textile manufacturers, cleaners or furriers <br>who treat fabrics or furs in their place of business exclusively. (12) &quot;Applicant&quot; shall mean any named natural person applying for an applicator license or a manager's license. (13) &quot;Applicator&quot; shall mean the license holder for a structural pest control firm and shall be the designated natural person, within a firm, partnership, corporation, <br>organization, association or any combination thereof, who manages or is in charge of a business of structural pest control including advertising, soliciting or <br>performing any of the services covered under the provisions of KRS 217B.505 to <br>217B.585. (14) &quot;Manager&quot; shall hold a manager's license and be a designated natural person within a firm who may perform the functions of an applicator but must always work under <br>the full-time supervision of an applicator. (15) &quot;License&quot; shall mean an instrument authorizing a person to act or engage in structural pest control operations as an applicator or manager. The license may be <br>issued by the department upon certification of the applicant's qualification and upon <br>recommendation of the Pest Control Advisory Board. (16) &quot;Office&quot; shall mean the point of headquarters or location of the principal operation of an applicator or a point or location from which branch offices or operations are <br>supervised. (17) &quot;Branch offices&quot; shall mean any location other than the main or home office or point of headquarters of principal operation of a firm from which structural pest <br>control activities are carried out. The maintenance of personnel and/or where <br>pesticides are stored and mixed (other than in service vehicles) or a point from <br>which sales are made or solicited, or service rendered shall constitute a branch <br>office within the meaning of KRS 217B.505 to 217B.585. Each branch office shall <br>have a licensed manager. (18) &quot;Full-time supervision&quot; shall mean the act or process whereby professional work or services are made by a competent person acting under the instructions and control <br>of an applicator or manager who is responsible for the action of that person and who <br>is available if and when needed even though such applicator or manager is not <br>physically present at the time and place that professional work or services are <br>performed. (19) &quot;Reserve applicator license holder&quot; shall be that person within a designated structural pest control firm or structural fumigation firm who maintains a current <br>applicator's license but is not the designated license holder for that firm. This <br>license holder can become the designated license holder for said firm only in the <br>event of the death, incapacitation or removal of the original license holder other <br>than by bankruptcy or sale of the firm. (20) &quot;Board&quot; means the Pest Control Advisory Board. Effective: July 15, 1980 <br>History: Amended 1980 Ky. Acts ch. 295, sec. 65, effective July 15, 1980. -- Created 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 81, sec. 1, effective June 17, 1978.

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