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

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

Name

Status

Main use

Chemical 
type

Physical 
state

Route

LD50 (mg/kg)

Remarks

Aclonifen

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Acrinathrin

ISO

MT

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Alloxydim

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,260

 

Aminotriazole

N(F)

         

See amitrole

Amitrole

ISO

H

T

S

O

5,000

EHC 158, DS 79; HSG 85

Ammonium sulfamate

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,900

 

Ancymidol

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

4,500

 

Anilazine

ISO

F

T

S

O

2,710

Irritant to eyes and skin

Anthraquinone

ISO

RP (birds)

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Asulam

ISO

H

TC

S

O

+4,000

 

Atrazine

ISO

H

T

S

O

c2,000

DS 82; HSG 47

Aziprotryne

ISO

H

T

S

O

3,600

 

Benalaxyl

ISO

F

 

S

O

c4,200

 

Benazolin

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,200

Irritant to skin and eyes

Benefin

N(A)

         

See benfluralin

Benfluralin

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Benfuresate

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,031

 

Benomyl

ISO

F

TC

S

O

+10,000

EHC 148, DS 87; HSG 81

Benoxacor

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Bensulfuron

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Benthrodine

N(J)

         

See benfluralin

Benzamizole

           

See isoxaben

Benzoximate

ISO

AC

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Bifenox

ISO

H

 

S

O

+6,400

 

Bioresmethrin

ISO

I

PY

L

O

+7,000

DS 34

Biphenyl

ISO

F

 

S

O

3,280

 

Bispyribac

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,635

 

Bitertanol

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Borax

ISO

F

 

S

O

4,500

 

Bromacil

ISO

H

 

S

O

5,200

 

Bromobutide

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Bromocyclen

ISO

I,AC

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Bromopropylate

ISO

AC

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Bupirimate

ISO

F

 

S

O

c4,000

 

Buprofezin

ISO

I

 

S

O

2,200

 

Butachlor

ISO

H

 

L

O

3,300

 

Buthiobate

ISO

F

 

L

O

3,200

 

Butopyronoxyl

N(A)

RP 
(insects)

 

L

O

7,840

 

Butralin

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Buturon

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,000

 

Butylate

ISO

F

TC

L

O

+4,000

 

Captan

ISO

F

 

S

O

9,000

Irritant to skin; DS 9; HSG 50

Carbendazim

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

DS 89; EHC 149; HSG 82

Carbetamide

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Carboxin

ISO

FST

 

S

O

3,820

 

Chinomethionat

ISO

AC,F

 

S

O

2,500

 

Chlomethoxyfen

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Chloramben

ISO

H

 

S

O

5,620

 

Chlorbromuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Chlorbufam

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,500

 

Chlorfenidim

N(U)

         

See monuron

Chlorfluazuron

ISO

IGR

 

S

O

8,500

 

Chlorflurecol

N(B)

         

See chlorflurenol

Chlorflurenol

ISO

PGR

OC

S

O

+10,000

 

Chloridazon

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,420

 

Chlorimuron

N(B)

H

 

S

O

4,102

 

Chlornitrofen

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Chloromethiuron

ISO

Ix

 

S

O

2,500

 

Chloroneb

ISO

H

OC

S

O

+10,000

 

Chloropropylate

ISO

AC

OC

S

O

+5,000

 

Chlorothalonil

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Chlorotoluron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Chloroxifenidim

N(U)

         

See chloroxuron

Chloroxuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+3,000

 

Chlorphoxim

ISO

I

OP

S

O

+2,500

DS 32

Chlorpropham

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Chlorpyrifos methyl

ISO

I

OP

L

O

+3,000

DS 33

Chlorsulfuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

5,545

 

Chlorthal-dimethyl

ISO

H

 

S

O

+3,000

 

Chlozolinate

N(B)

F

 

S

O

+4,000

 

Cinmethylin

ISO

H

 

L

O

3,960

 

Cinosulfuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Clofentezine

N(B)

AC

 

S

O

+5,200

 

Clomeprop

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Clonitralide

N(A)

         

See niclosamide

Clopyralid

N(B)

H

 

S

O

4,300

Severe irritant to eyes

Cloxyfonac

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

+5,000

 

CNA

N(J)

         

See dicloran

COMU

N(J)

         

See cycluron

Credazine

N(J)

H

 

S

O

3,090

 

Cryolite

C

I

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Cycloprothrin

ISO

I

PY

L

O

+5,000

 

Cycloxydim

N(B)

H

 

S

O

3,900

 

Cycluron

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,600

 

Cyometrinil

N(B)

H

 

S

O

2,277

 

Cyromazine

ISO

L

 

S

O

3,300

 

Caimuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Dalapon

N(A,B,F)

H

 

S

O

9,330

 

Daminozide

ISO

H

 

S

O

8,400

 

Desmedipham

ISO

H

 

S

O

+9,600

 

Diafenthiuron

ISO

AC

 

S

O

2,068

 

Dichlobenil

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,160

 

Dichlorfenidim

N(U)

         

See diuron

Dichlofluanid

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Dichloropicolinic acid

           

See clopyralid

Diclobutrazol

ISO

F

T

S

O

+4,000

 

Diclomezine

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Dicloran

N(B)

F

 

S

O

4,000

 

Diethatyl

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,300

 

Diethofencarb

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Difenoxuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+7,750

 

Diflubenzuron

ISO

L

 

S

O

+4,640

DS 77

Diflufenican

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+2,000

 

Dikegulac

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Dimefuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+2,000

 

Dimethirimol

ISO

F

 

S

O

2,350

 

Dimethomorph

ISO

F

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Dimethyl phthalate

C

RP 
(insect)

 

L

O

8,200

 

Dinitramine

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,000

 

Diphenyl

           

See biphenyl

Dipropetryn

ISO

H

T

S

O

4,050

 

Dipropyl isocinchomerate

C

RP (fly)

 

L

O

5,230

 

Disodium octaborate

           

See borax

Ditalmifos

ISO

F

OP

S

O

5,660

Irritant to skin; allergenic

Dithiopyr

ISO

H

   

O

+5,000

 

Diuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,400

 

Dodemorph

ISO

H

 

L

O

4,500

 

Eglinazine

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Ethalfluralin

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Ethephon

N(A)

PGR

 

S

O

+4,000

 

Ethidimuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Ethirimol

ISO

FST

 

S

O

6,340

 

Ethofumesate

ISO

H

 

S

O

+6,400

 

Etofenprox

N(B)

I

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Fenarimol

ISO

F

 

S

O

2,500

 

Fenbutatin oxide

ISO

MT

OT

S

O

2,630

EHC 15

Fenchlorazole

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Fenclorim

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Fenfuram

ISO

FST

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Fenidim

N(U)

         

See fenuron

Fenitropan

ISO

F

 

S

O

3,230

 

Fenoxaprop-ethyl

N(B)

H

 

S

O

2,350

 

Fenoxycarb

ISO

I

C

S

O

+10,000

 

Fenpiclonil

ISO

FST

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Fenpropimorph

ISO

F

 

oil

O

3,515

 

Fenuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

6,400

 

Fenuron-TCA

(ISO)

H

 

S

O

4,000

 

Ferbam

ISO

F

TC

S

O

+10,000

 

Flamprop-M

ISO

H

 

S

O

+3,000

 

Fluazifop

ISO

H

P

L

O

3,330

 

Flubenzimine

ISO

AC

 

S

O

3,000

 

Flucycloxuron

ISO

AC

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Flufenoxuron

ISO

I

 

S

O

+3,000

 

Flumetralin

N(B)

PGR

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Flumetsulam

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Fluometuron

ISO

H

 

S

O

+8,000

 

Fluorodifen

ISO

H

 

S

O

9,000

 

Fluoromide

N(J)

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Flupropanate

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Flurecol butyl

           

See flurenol

Flurenol

ISO

PGR

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Fluridone

ISO

H

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Flurochloridone

ISO

H

 

S

O

4,000

 

Fluthiacet

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Fluroxypyr

N(B)

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Fluthiacet

ISO

H

 

S

O

+5,000

 

Flutolanil

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Tau-fluvalinate

ISO

I

PY

oil

O

+3,000

Skin and eye irritant

Folpet

ISO

F

 

S

O

+10,000

HSG 72

Fosamine

ISO

H

 

S

O

2,400

 

Fosetyl

N(B)

F

 

S

O

5,800

 

Furmecyclox

N(B)

FST

 

S

O

3,780

 

Gibberellic acid

N(B)

PGR

 

S

O

+10,000

 

Glyphosate

ISO

H

 

S

O

4,230

EHC 159, DS 91

Glyphosine

ISO

H

 

S

O

3,920

 

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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
Using, Storing and Transporting Chemicals
Minerals and Agricultural Chemicals
Metals: Chemical Properties and Toxicity
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

Minerals and Agricultural Chemicals References

World Health Organization (WHO). 1996. The WHO Recommended Classification of Pesticides by Hazard and Guidelines to Classification 1996-1997. International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS), WHO/PCS/96.3. Geneva: WHO.