Adoption of integrated pest management plan and related provisions
- • exceptions
- • low-impact pesticide list
(1) The governing body responsible for a school shall adopt an integrated pest management plan for use on the campuses of the school. The governing body shall also adopt provisions for:
(a) Designating an integrated pest management plan coordinator;
(b) Identifying plan coordinator responsibilities;
(c) Giving notices under ORS 634.740 (Written notice requirements);
(d) Retaining pesticide application records under ORS 634.750 (Pesticide application records);
(e) Providing a process for responding to inquiries and complaints about noncompliance with the integrated pest management plan; and
(f) Conducting outreach to the school community about the school’s integrated pest management plan.
(2) If a governing body has control over only part of a building, a structure or property where a campus is located, the governing body may limit an integrated pest management plan to those parts of the building, structure or property over which the governing body exerts substantial control.
(3) A governing body is not required to adopt an integrated pest management plan for off-campus buildings, structures or property, notwithstanding any incidental use for instruction.
(4) Unless a governing body expressly provides otherwise, the application of a germicide, disinfectant, sanitizer, deodorizer, antimicrobial agent or insecticidal soap at a campus is not subject to the requirements for a pesticide application under an integrated pest management plan. However, this subsection does not permit the application at a campus of a germicide, disinfectant, sanitizer, deodorizer, antimicrobial agent or insecticidal soap that is a pesticide in a manner that is inconsistent with the goal of the integrated pest management plan.
(5) A governing body shall adopt a list of low-impact pesticides for use with the integrated pest management plan. The governing body may include any product on the list except products that:
(a) Contain a pesticide product or active ingredient that has the signal words “warning” or “danger” on the label;
(b) Contain a pesticide product classified as a human carcinogen or probable human carcinogen under the United States Environmental Protection Agency 1986 Guidelines for Carcinogen Risk Assessment; or
(c) Contain a pesticide product classified as carcinogenic to humans or likely to be carcinogenic to humans under the United States Environmental Protection Agency 2003 Draft Final Guidelines for Carcinogen Risk Assessment. [2009 c.501 §3]
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