01-026 C.M.R. ch. 24, § 5 - Structural Requirements for All New and Existing Minor Pesticide Storage Facilities
Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022
Minor pesticide storage facilities shall be structurally separated from and sealed to prevent air movement to other occupied spaces and livestock quarters. This does not preclude having a small area for employees to maintain inventory and shipping records.
Any interior room or otherwise partitioned area in which pesticides are stored within a minor pesticide storage facility must be equipped with a standard door on which panic hardware is installed. The standard door must latch shut when closed and open outward from where the products are stored when a person depresses the horizontal bar on the panic hardware. If there is a smaller room or partitioned area within the facility, it too must have an outward opening standard door with panic hardware as previously described in this sub-section.
All floors shall be made impervious to liquid and dry pesticide spills.
Minor pesticide storage facilities shall have lighting installed so that labels may be easily read and any leaks quickly detected.
Minor pesticide storage facilities shall have one of the following:
Minor pesticide storage facilities shall have doors and windows capable of being locked to prohibit unauthorized access.
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