P-9.3, r. 2 - Regulation respecting permits and certificates for the sale and use of pesticides

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51. A holder of a Class D permit must keep a pesticide use register.
The register must indicate the name, address, telephone number and permit number of the holder and, where applicable, email address. For each activity related to the performance of work involving the use of a pesticide, the register must also indicate the information referred to in subparagraphs 1 and 3 to 12 of the second paragraph of section 50.
Each entry of work in the register must be signed by the certificate holder who performed or supervised the work.
O.C. 305-97, s. 51; O.C. 332-2003, s. 16; 71-2018O.C. 71-2018, s. 17.
51. A holder of a Class C permit shall keep a pesticide use register, as well as account books. He shall also keep the related vouchers.
For each transaction relating to work involving the use of a Class 1 to Class 4 pesticide, the registers, account books and vouchers shall indicate the name, address and permit number of the holder and, where applicable, the name and address of the establishment involved, as well as the following information:
(1)  the date on which the work is performed;
(2)  the customer’s name and address;
(3)  the reasons warranting the work and the place where it was performed;
(4)  identification of what the treatment was applied to, including the surface area and the volume or quantity;
(5)  the name, class, registration number and quantity of the pesticide used; and
(6)  the name of the certificate holder who performed the work or supervised it and the certificate number; that certificate holder shall sign the register in respect of those entries.
In the case of a Subclass C1 permit, the following information shall be furnished, in addition to the information prescribed in the first paragraph:
(1)  wind direction; and
(2)  the pilot’s name, and the type and registration number of each aircraft used.
The holder of a Subclass C1 permit shall hold and keep a map indicating the space treated and the take-off site of the aircraft used.
O.C. 305-97, s. 51; O.C. 332-2003, s. 16.