Online Course » Working Safely with Pesticides

Course Description:
Although pesticides are an essential part of modern agriculture, they can also be hazardous unless they are used properly. If you handle pesticides on the job or work in areas where pesticides are used, you need to know the precautions you must take to protect your health and safety.
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0.50
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