pesticide applicators using the livestock protection collar shall not be
required to keep records as specified in ORS
or OAR-603-057-0130, but
instead shall make and maintain records which contain but are not limited to
(a) The name and address of
the person on whose property the livestock protection collar was used and the
name and address of the public pesticide applicator;
(b) The location and size of agricultural or
rangeland areas (fields) in which the livestock protection collars containing
sodium fluoroacetate (Compound 1080) were used;
(c) The date each individual collar was
obtained by the applicator, placed on livestock, punctured or ruptured (along
with apparent cause), lost or unrecovered, or removed and put in
(d) The species, date, and
location of each animal found poisoned or suspected of having been poisoned as
a result of the use of Compound 1080 in livestock protection collars;
A written description of any intensive
search for missing collars or poisoned animals conducted as specified in OAR
(3)(j) and (k).
(2) The registrant shall keep records of all
collars distributed. Records shall include the name and address of each
recipient along with dates and numbers of collars received.
(3) The records required by sections (1) and
(2) of this rule shall be maintained by the applicator for a period of three
years and shall be made available to the Department for inspection and
verification upon request of the Department. This record information shall be
submitted to the Department and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the
form of periodic reports. Any poisoning of non-target species shall be reported
immediately (within three days) to the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
and the Department. Each accident or injury to humans or domestic animals shall
likewise be reported.
Or. Admin. R.
AD 7-1977, f. & ef.
4-5-77; AD 6-1997, f. & cert. ef. 6-11-97; AD 6-1997, f. & cert. ef.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 561 & ORS 634
Stats. Implemented: ORS
& ORS 634.322(6)