Pest Control Products Incident Reporting Regulations (SOR/2006-260)

Regulations are current to 2017-11-20 and last amended on 2009-03-12. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE(Paragraph 2(c))

INCIDENT EFFECTS IN THE ENVIRONMENT

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemGroupSubgroupMajor EffectModerate EffectMinor EffectSymptoms
1Birds(a) Predatory birds(a) 3(a) 1 or more but fewer than 3(a) N/A(a) Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
(b) Birds that flock, except songbirds(b) 150(b) 50 or more but fewer than 150(b) 50(b) Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
(c) Songbirds and all other birds(c) 30(c) 10 or more but fewer than 30(c) 10(c) Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
2AmphibiansAdults3010 or more but fewer than 3010Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
3Mammals(a) Small mammals such as bats, rabbits, squirrels and mice(a) 30(a) 10 or more but fewer than 30(a) 10(a) Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
(b) Large or solitary mammals such as foxes, deer and moose(b) 15(b) 5 or more but fewer than 15(b) 5(b) Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
4Reptiles3010 or more but fewer than 3010Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
5Fish(a) Schooling fish(a) 1,500(a) 500 or more but fewer than 1,500(a) 500(a) Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
(b) Non-schooling fish(b) 150(b) 50 or more but fewer than 150(b) 50(b) Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
6Large aquatic invertebrates, such as lobsters, mussels and shrimp600200 or more but fewer than 600200Death, impairment of health, reproductive impairment or congenital anomalies
7Terrestrial invertebrates(a) Honey bees(a) 3,000 bees from each of 5 or more colonies, or 30% of the bees in any one colony(a) 1,000 or more but fewer than 3,000 bees from each of 5 or more colonies, or 10% or more but less than 30% of the bees in any one colony(a) 10% of the bees in any one colony(a) Death or abnormal behavioural effects
(b) All other non-target terrestrial invertebrates, including beneficial insects used in integrated pest management(b) N/A(b) N/A(b) Any number of individuals(b) Death
8Trees and shrubsN/A25 or more non-target plants in 5 or more incidents that occur within a calendar monthAny number of non-target plants in a single incidentMore than 25% of the tree or shrub exhibits abnormal abscission or abnormal leaf discolouration, or there is a reduction in seed or fruit yield
9Herbaceous plantsN/A25% or more of non-target plants within the targeted spray area or within 20 m of its edge in 5 or more incidents that occur within a calendar monthAny percentage of non-target plants in a single incident at any distance from the targeted spray areaDeath; injury visible to the naked eye: chlorosis, necrosis, bleaching, vein discolouration or abnormal abscission; terminal bud death; stunted vegetative growth; reduced seed or fruit yield; reduced emergence; abnormal flower quality or number; deformities, for example, in tubers; and epinasty
10Aquatic plantsN/A25% or more of the non-target plants in a body of water in 5 or more incidents that occur within a calendar monthAny percentage of the non-target plants in a body of water in a single incidentDeath, abnormal plant stance or abnormal leaf discolouration
 
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