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The WHO Guidelines to Classification of Pesticides by Hazard (Present Acute Hazard continued)

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Table 5. List of of technical products unlikely to present acute hazard in normal use (continued)

Name Status Main use Chemical type Physical state Route LD50 (mg/kg) Remarks

Hexaconazole

N(B)

F

 

S

O

2,180

 

Hexaflumuron

ISO

I

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Hexythiazox

N(B)

AC

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Hydroprene

N(A)

IGR

 

L

O

+10,000

 

2-Hydroxyethyl octyl sulphide

C

RP 
(insect)

 

L

O

8,530

 

Hydroxyisoxazole

N(J)

         

See hymexazol

Hymexazol

N(B)

FST

 

S

O

3,900

 

Imazamethabenz-methyl

(ISO)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Imazapyr

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

Irritant to eyes

Imazaquin

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Imazethapyr

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Imibenconazole

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Inabenfide

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Iodofenphos

N(A,B)

         

See jodfenphos

Iprodione

ISO

F

 

S

O

3,500

 

Isopropalin

ISO

H

 

L

O

+5,000

 

Isoxaben

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Jodfenphos

ISO

I

OP

S

O

2,100

DS 43

Karbutilate

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,000

 

Kasugamycin

N(J)

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Kinoprene

ISO

IGR

 

S

O

4,900

 

Lenacil

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Linuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

4,000

 

Maleic hydrazide

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

6,950

 

Mancozeb

ISO

F

TC

S

O

+8,000

Irritant to skin on multiple exposure; DS 94

Maneb

ISO

F

TC

S

O

6,750

Irritant to skin on multiple exposure; DS 94

Mefenacet

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Mepanipyrim

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Mepronil

N(J)

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Metamitron

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,343

 

Metazachlor

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,150

 

Methabenzthiazuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+2,500

 

Methoprene

ISO

IGR

 

L

O

+10,000

DS 47

Methoprotryne

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Methoxychlor

ISO

I

OC

S

O

6,000

DS 28

Methoxyphenone

N(J)

H

 

S

O

+4,000

 

Methyldymron

N(J)

H

 

S

O

3,948

 

Metiram

N(J)

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Metobromuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,500

 

Metosulam

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Metoxuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+3,200

 

Metribuzin

ISO

H

T

S

O

2,200

 

Metsulfovax

ISO

F

 

S

O

3,929

 

Metsulfuron

N(A,B)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Monalide

ISO

H

 

S

O

+4,000

 

Monolinuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,250

 

Monuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,600

 

Monuron-TCA

N(A)

H

 

S

O

3,700

 

Naphthalene

C

F

 

S

O

2,200

 

Naphthalic anhydride

C

PGR

 

S

O

+10,000

 

2-(1-naphthyl) acetamide

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

6,400

 

1-naphthylacetic acid

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

c3,000

 

Napropamide

ISO

H

 

S

O

5,000

 

Naptalam

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

8,200

 

Neburon

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Niclosamide

ISO

M

 

S

O

5,000

DS 63

Nicosulfuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

Irritant to eyes

Nitralin

ISO

H

 

S

O

+2,000

 

Nitrothal-isopropyl

ISO

F

 

S

O

6,400

 

Norflurazon

ISO

H

 

S

O

+8,000

 

(octylthio)ethanol

C

         

See 2-hydroxyethyl octyl sulphide

Ofurace

ISO

F

 

S

O

2,600

 

Oryzalin

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Oxabetrinil

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Oxadiazon

ISO

H

 

S

O

+8,000

 

Oxine copper

ISO

F

 

S

O

10,000

 

Oxycarboxin

ISO

F

 

S

O

2,000

 

Oxyfluorfen

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Penconazole

N(B)

F

 

S

O

2,120

 

Pencycuron

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Pentanochlor

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Phenisobromolate

N(J)

         

See bromopropylate

Phenisopham

ISO

H

 

S

O

+4,000

 

Phenmedipham

ISO

H

 

S

O

+8,000

 

Phenothrin

ISO

I

PY

L

O

+5,000

DS 85; EHC 96; HSG 32

2-Phenylphenol

ISO

F

 

S

O

2,480

 

Phosdiphen

N(J)

F

 

L

O

6,200

 

Phthalide

N(J)

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Picloram

ISO

H

 

S

O

8,200

 

Piperonyl butoxide

N(A)

SY

 

oil

O

+7,500

 

Pretilachlor

ISO

H

 

L

O

6,100

 

Primisulfuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,050

 

Probenazole

N(J)

F

 

S

O

2,030

 

Procymidone

ISO

F

 

S

O

6,800

 

Prodiamine

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Profluralin

ISO

H

 

S

O

c10,000

 

Proglinazine

ISO

H

 

S

O

+8,000

 

Prometon

ISO

H

T

S

O

2,980

 

Prometryn

ISO

H

T

S

O

3,150

 

Pronamide

N(A)

         

See propyzamide

Propamocarb

ISO

F

 

S

O

8,600

 

Propaquizafop

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Propazine

ISO

H

T

S

O

+5,000

 

Propham

ISO

H

 

S

O

5,000

 

Propineb

ISO

H

TC

S

O

8,500

 

Propyzamide

ISO

H

 

S

O

5,620

 

Pyracarbolid

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Pyrazolynate

ISO

H

 

S

O

9,550

 

Pyrazon

N(A)

         

See chloridazon

Pyrazosulfuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Pyrimethanil

ISO

F

 

S

O

4,150

 

Pyriminobac

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Pyriproxyfen

N(B)

I

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Quinclorac

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,680

 

Quinmerac

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Quinomethinoate

N(B)

         

See chinomethionat

Quinonamid

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Quintozene

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

EHC 41

Rimsulfuron

C

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Secbumeton

ISO

H

T

S

O

2,680

 

Siduron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+7,500

 

Simazine

ISO

H

T

S

O

+5,000

 

Sodium metaborate

C

         

See borax

Sodium trichloracetate

           

The data shown refer to sodium trichloroacetic acid. 
In many countries, the term TCA refers 
to the free acid (now accepted by ISO): this 
is a solid with an oral LD50 of 400 mg/kg 
and if used as a pesticide is placed in Class II. 
It is highly corrosive to skin

Solan

N(A)

         

See pentanochlor

Stirofos

N(A)

         

See tetrachlorvinphos

Sulfometuron

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Sulfur

N(A,J)

         

See sulphur

Sulphur

ISO

F,I

 

S

O

+3,000

Irritant to skin and mucous membranes. Sulphur dust 
can spontaneously ignite unless diluted about 50% with 
inert material

TCA

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,200

Irritant to skin and eyes; see sodium trichloracetate

Tebuconazole

ISO

F

 

S

O

4,000

 

Tebutam

ISO

H

 

oil

O

6,210

 

Tecnazene

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

EHC 42; HSG 12

Tedion

N(U)

         

See tetradifon

Teflubenzuron

N(B)

I

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Temephos

ISO

I

OP

L

O

8,600

DS 8

Terbacil

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Terbuthylazine

ISO

H

T

S

O

2,160

 

Terbutryn

ISO

H

T

S

O

2,400

 

Tetrachlorvinphos

ISO

I

OP

S

O

4,000

 

Tetradifon

ISO

AC

 

S

O

+10,000

EHC 67; HSG 11

Tetramethrin

ISO

O

PY

S

O

+5,000

EHC 98; HSG 31

Tetrasul

ISO

AC

 

S

O

6,810

 

Thiabendazole

ISO

F

 

S

O

3,330

 

Thidiazuron

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

+4,000

 

Thifensulfuron

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Thiophanate

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Thiophanate-methyl

ISO

F

 

S

O

+6,000

 

Tiocarbazil

ISO

H

TC

L

O

10,000

 

Tolclofos-methyl

ISO

F-S

 

S

O

c5,000

 

Tolyfluanid

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Transfluthrin

ISO

I

PY

S

O

+5,000

 

Triasulfuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Tribenuron

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Trichlamide

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Trietazine

ISO

H

T

S

O

2,830

 

Trifluralin

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Triflumuron

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Triforine

ISO

F

 

S

O

+6,000

 

Triticonazole

N(B)

F

triazole

S

O

+2,000

 

Validamycin

N(J)

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Vinclozolin

ISO

F

 

S

O

10,000

 

Zineb

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

DS 94

Source: WHO 1996.

 

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Contents

Preface
Part I. The Body
Part II. Health Care
Part III. Management & Policy
Part IV. Tools and Approaches
Part V. Psychosocial and Organizational Factors
Part VI. General Hazards
Part VII. The Environment
Part VIII. Accidents and Safety Management
Part IX. Chemicals
Part X. Industries Based on Biological Resources
Part XI. Industries Based on Natural Resources
Part XII. Chemical Industries
Part XIII. Manufacturing Industries
Part XIV. Textile and Apparel Industries
Part XV. Transport Industries
Part XVI. Construction
Part XVII. Services and Trade
Part XVIII. Guides