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Product Name: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide Section 1 - Identification Of Chemical Product And Company
Rentokil Initial Pty Ltd
Emergency phone (02)8719 6264 (bus hours)
Substance:
Trade Name:
Product Code: 55656
Product Use:
Home and garden insecticide for use as described on the product label. Creation Date:
February, 2004
This version issued:
February, 2009
Section 2 - Hazards Identification
Statement of Hazardous Nature
This product is classified as: Hazardous according to the criteria of NOHSC Australia. Not a Dangerous Good according to the Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code. Risk Phrases: R36, R66. Irritating to eyes. Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking.
Safety Phrases: S25. Avoid contact with eyes.
SUSDP Classification: S5
ADG Classification: None allocated. Not a Dangerous Good.
UN Number: None allocated
Emergency Overview
Physical Description & colour: Colourless liquid.
Odour: Mild hydrocarbon odour.
Major Health Hazards: Permethrin is harmful to non-harmful via the oral route, with a reported LD50 for technical
Permethrin in rats of 430 to 4000 mg/kg. Via the dermal route, it is not harmful, with a reported dermal LD50 in rats of
over 4000 mg/kg, and in rabbits of greater 2000 mg/kg. May be harmful if swallowed.
Potential Health Effects
Inhalation
Short term exposure:
Significant inhalation exposure is considered to be unlikely. Available data indicates that this
product is not harmful. In addition product is unlikely to cause any discomfort or irritation.
Long Term exposure: No data for health effects associated with long term inhalation.
Skin Contact:
Short term exposure:
This product causes skin numbness but further symptoms are not available. In addition
product may be irritating, but is unlikely to cause anything more than mild transient discomfort.
Long Term exposure: No data for health effects associated with long term skin exposure.
Eye Contact:
Short term exposure:
Exposure via eyes is considered to be unlikely. This product is believed to be mildly
irritating, to eyes, but is unlikely to cause anything more than mild transient discomfort.
Long Term exposure: No data for health effects associated with long term eye exposure.
Ingestion:
Short term exposure:
Significant oral exposure is considered to be unlikely. Available data shows that this product
may be harmful, but symptoms are not available. This product is unlikely to cause any irritation problems in the short
or long term.
Long Term exposure:
No data for health effects associated with long term ingestion.
Carcinogen Status:
NOHSC: No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by NOHSC.
NTP: No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by NTP.
IARC: Permethrin is Class 3 - unclassifiable as to carcinogenicity to humans.
Product: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)
Product Name: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide Section 3 - Composition/Information on Ingredients
Ingredients
TWA (mg/m3) STEL
This is a commercial product whose exact ratio of components may vary slightly. Minor quantities of other non hazardous ingredients are also possible. The TWA exposure value is the average airborne concentration of a particular substance when calculated over a normal 8 hour working day for a 5 day working week. The STEL (Short Term Exposure Limit) is an exposure value that should not be exceeded for more than 15 minutes and should not be repeated for more than 4 times per day. There should be at least 60 minutes between successive exposures at the STEL. The term "peak "is used when the TWA limit, because of the rapid action of the substance, should never be exceeded, even briefly. Section 4 - First Aid Measures
General Information:
You should call The Poisons Information Centre if you feel that you may have been poisoned, burned or irritated by this product. The number is 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia (0800 764 766 in New Zealand) and is available at all times. Have this MSDS with you when you call. Inhalation: First aid is not generally required. If in doubt, contact a Poisons Information Centre or a doctor.
Skin Contact: If skin contact occurs, contact a Poisons Information Centre, or call a doctor. Irritation is unlikely.
However, if irritation does occur, flush with lukewarm, gently flowing water for 5 minutes or until chemical is removed.
If in doubt obtain medical advice.
Eye Contact: Quickly and gently blot or brush product away. Flush the contaminated eye(s) with lukewarm, gently
flowing water until the product is removed or until irritation has ceased, while holding the eyelid(s) open. Obtain
medical advice if irritation becomes painful or lasts more than a few minutes.
Ingestion: If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Wash mouth with water and contact a Poisons Information
Centre, or call a doctor.
Section 5 - Fire Fighting Measures
Fire and Explosion Hazards
: This product is classified as a C1 combustible product. There is a slight risk of an
explosion from this product if commercial quantities are involved in a fire. Violent steam generation or eruption may
occur upon application of direct water stream on hot liquids. Vapours from this product are heavier than air and may
accumulate in sumps, pits and other low-lying spaces, forming potentially explosive mixtures. They may also flash
back considerable distances.
Fire decomposition products from this product may be toxic if inhaled. Take appropriate protective measures.
Extinguishing Media: Preferred extinguishing media are carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam.
Fire Fighting: If a significant quantity of this product is involved in a fire, call the fire brigade.
Flash point:
Not
Upper Flammability Limit: No
Lower Flammability Limit: No
Autoignition temperature: No
Flammability Class: C1
Section 6 - Accidental Release Measures
Accidental release:
In the event of a major spill, prevent spillage from entering drains or water courses. Wear full
protective clothing including eye/face protection. All skin areas should be covered. See above under Personal
Protection regarding Australian Standards relating to personal protective equipment. Suitable materials for protective
clothing include rubber, PVC. Eye/face protective equipment should comprise as a minimum, protective glasses and,
preferably, goggles. If there is a significant chance that vapours or mists are likely to build up in the cleanup area, we
recommend that you use a respirator. Usually, no respirator is necessary when using this product. However, if you
have any doubts consult the Australian Standard mentioned above.
Stop leak if safe to do so, and contain spill. Absorb onto sand, vermiculite or other suitable absorbent material. If spill
is too large or if absorbent material is not available, try to create a dike to stop material spreading or going into drains
or waterways. Sweep up and shovel or collect recoverable product into labelled containers for recycling or salvage,
and dispose of promptly. After spills, wash area preventing runoff from entering drains. If a significant quantity of
material enters drains, advise emergency services. Full details regarding disposal of used containers, spillage and
unused material may be found on the label. If there is any conflict between this MSDS and the label, instructions on
the label prevail. Ensure legality of disposal by consulting regulations prior to disposal. Thoroughly launder protective
Product: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)
Product Name: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide clothing before storage or re-use. Advise laundry of nature of contamination when sending contaminated clothing to laundry. Section 7 - Handling and Storage
Handling:
Keep exposure to this product to a minimum, and minimise the quantities kept in work areas. Check
Section 8 of this MSDS for details of personal protective measures, and make sure that those measures are followed.
The measures detailed below under "Storage" should be followed during handling in order to minimise risks to
persons using the product in the workplace. Also, avoid contact or contamination of product with incompatible
materials listed in Section 10.
Storage:
Note that his product is combustible and therefore, for Storage, meets the definition of Dangerous Goods in
some states. If you store large quantities (tonnes)of such products, we suggest that you consult your state's
Dangerous Goods laws in order to clarify your obligations regarding their storage.
Store in the closed original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight. Make sure that the
product does not come into contact with substances listed under "Materials to avoid" in Section 10. Some liquid
preparations settle or separate on standing and may require stirring before use. Check packaging - there may be
further storage instructions on the label.
Section 8 - Exposure Controls and Personal Protection
The following Australian Standards will provide general advice regarding safety clothing and equipment: Respiratory equipment: AS/NZS 1715, Protective Gloves: AS 2161, Industrial Clothing: AS2919, Industrial Eye
Protection: AS1336 and AS/NZS 1337, Occupational Protective Footwear: AS/NZS2210.
ASCC Exposure Limits
TWA (mg/m3) STEL
Exposure limits have not been established by NOHSC for any of the significant ingredients in this product. The ADI for permethrin is set at 0.05mg/kg/day. The corresponding NOEL is set at 5mg/kg/day. ADI means Acceptable Daily Intake and NOEL means No-observable-effect-level. Values taken from Australian ADI List, Aug 2003. Ventilation: No special ventilation requirements are normally necessary for this product. However make sure that
the work environment remains clean and that vapours and mists are minimised.
Eye Protection: Eye protection such as protective glasses or goggles is recommended when this product is being
used.
Skin Protection: Prevent skin contact by wearing impervious gloves, clothes and, preferably, apron. Make sure that
all skin areas are covered. See below for suitable material types.
Protective Material Types: We suggest that protective clothing be made from the following materials: rubber,
PVC.
Respirator: Usually, no respirator is necessary when using this product. However, if you have any doubts consult
the Australian Standard mentioned above.
Section 9 - Physical and Chemical Properties:
Physical Description & colour
: Colourless
Boiling Point: Not
Freezing/Melting Point:
No specific data. Liquid at normal temperatures. Volatiles:
No specific data. Expected to be low at 100°C. Vapour Pressure: No
Vapour Density: No
Specific Gravity: 0.85
Water Solubility: Emulsifiable.
pH: No
Volatility: No
Odour Threshold: No
Evaporation Rate: No
Coeff Oil/water distribution: No
Autoignition temp: No
Section 10 - Stability and Reactivity
Reactivity: This product is unlikely to react or decompose under normal storage conditions. However, if you have
any doubts, contact the supplier for advice on shelf life properties.
Product: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)
Product Name: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide Conditions to Avoid: Store in the closed original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight.
Incompatibilities: strong oxidising agents.
Fire Decomposition: Carbon dioxide, and if combustion is incomplete, carbon monoxide and smoke. Water.
Carbon monoxide poisoning produces headache, weakness, nausea, dizziness, confusion, dimness of vision,
disturbance of judgment, and unconsciousness followed by coma and death.
Polymerisation:
This product is unlikely to undergo polymerisation processes.
Section 11 - Toxicological Information
Toxicity: Acute toxicity:
Permethrin is harmful to non-harmful via the oral route, with a reported LD50 for technical
Permethrin in rats of 430 to 4000 mg/kg. Via the dermal route, it is not harmful, with a reported dermal LD50 in rats of
over 4000 mg/kg, and in rabbits of greater 2000 mg/kg. Permethrin caused mild irritation of both the intact and
abraded skin of rabbits. It also caused conjunctivitis when it was applied to the eyes. The 4-hour inhalation LC50 for
rats was greater than 23.5 mg/L, indicating practically no inhalation toxicity. The toxicity of Permethrin is dependent
on the ratio of the isomers present; the cis-isomer being more toxic.
Chronic toxicity: No adverse effects were observed in dogs fed Permethrin at doses of 5 mg/kg/day for 90 days.
Rats fed 150 mg/kg/day for 6 months showed a slight increase in liver weights. Very low levels of Permethrin in the
diet of chickens (0.1 ppm for 3 to 6 weeks after hatching) have been reported to suppress immune system activity.
Reproductive effects: The fertility of female rats was affected when they received very high oral doses of 250
mg/kg/day of Permethrin during the 6th to 15th day of pregnancy. It is not likely that reproductive effects will be seen
in humans under normal circumstances.
Teratogenic effects: Permethrin is reported to show no teratogenic activity.
Mutagenic effects: Permethrin is reported to show no mutagenic activity.
Carcinogenic effects: The evidence regarding the carcinogenicity of Permethrin is inconclusive.
Organ toxicity: Permethrin is suspected of causing liver enlargement of the liver and nerve damage. Effects on the
immune system have been noted in animal studies.
Fate in humans and animals: Permethrin is efficiently metabolized by mammalian livers. Breakdown products, or
"metabolites," of Permethrin are quickly excreted and do not persist significantly in body tissues. When Permethrin is
administered orally to rats, it is rapidly metabolized and almost completely eliminated from the body in a few days.
Only 3 to 6% of the original dose was excreted unchanged in the faeces of experimental animals. Permethrin may
persist in fatty tissues, with half-lives of 4 to 5 days in brain and body fat. Permethrin does not block, or inhibit,
cholinesterase enzymes.
Section 12 - Ecological Information
Effects on birds:
Permethrin is practically non-toxic to birds. The oral LD50 for a Permethrin formulation is greater
than 9900 mg/kg in mallard ducks, greater than 13,500 mg/kg in pheasants, and greater than 15,500 mg/kg in
Japanese quail.
Effects on aquatic organisms: Aquatic ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to the impact of Permethrin. A fragile
balance exists between the quality and quantity of insects and other invertebrates that serve as fish food. The 48-hour
LC50 for rainbow trout is 0.0125 mg/L for 24 hours, and 0.0054 mg/L for 48 hours. The 48-hour LC50 in bluegill sunfish
and salmon is 0.0018 mg/L. As a group, synthetic pyrethroids were toxic to all estuarine species tested. They had a
96-hour LC50 of less than or equal to 0.0078 mg/L for these species. The bioconcentration factor for Permethrin in
bluefish is 715 times the concentrations in water and is 703 in catfish. This indicates that the compound has a low to
moderate potential to accumulate in these organisms.
Effects on other organisms: Permethrin is extremely toxic to bees. Severe losses may be expected if bees are
present at treatment time, or within a day thereafter. Permethrin is also toxic to wildlife. It should not be applied, or
allowed to drift, to crops or weeds in which active foraging takes place.
Environmental Fate:
Breakdown in soil and groundwater:
Permethrin is of low to moderate persistence in the soil environment, with
reported half-lives of 30 to 38 days. Permethrin is readily broken down, or degraded, in most soils except organic
types. Soil microorganisms play a large role in the degradation of Permethrin in the soil. The addition of nutrients to
soil may increase the degradation of Permethrin. It has been observed that the availability of sodium and
phosphorous decreases when Permethrin is added to the soil. Permethrin is tightly bound by soils, especially by
organic matter. Very little leaching of Permethrin has been reported. It is not very mobile in a wide range of soil types.
Because Permethrin binds very strongly to soil particles and is nearly insoluble in water, it is not expected to leach or
to contaminate groundwater.
Breakdown in water: The results of one study near estuarine areas showed that Permethrin had a half-life of less
than 2.5 days. When exposed to sunlight, the half-life was 4.6 days. Permethrin degrades rapidly in water, although it
can persist in sediments. There was a gradual loss of toxicity after Permethrin aged for 48 hours in sunlight at 0.05
mg/L in water.
Product: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)
Product Name: Rentokil Chek-Pest Residual Insecticide Breakdown in vegetation: Permethrin is not phytotoxic, or poisonous, to most plants when it is used as directed.
Some injury has occurred on certain ornamental plants. No incompatibility has been observed with Permethrin on
cultivated plants. Treated apples, grapes, and cereal grains contain less than one mg/kg of Permethrin at harvest
time.
Section 13 - Disposal Considerations
Disposal:
Instructions concerning the disposal of this product and its containers are given on the product label.
These should be carefully followed.
Section 14 - Transport Information
ADG Code:
This product is not classified as a Dangerous Good. No special transport conditions are necessary
unless required by other regulations.
Section 15 - Regulatory Information
AICS:
All of the significant ingredients in this formulation are to be found in the public AICS Database.
The following ingredients: permethrin, Liquid hydrocarbon, are mentioned in the SUSDP.
Section 16 - Other Information
This MSDS contains only safety-related information. For other data see product literature.
Acronyms:
Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, 7th Edition Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances CAS number
Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number Hazchem Number
Emergency action code of numbers and letters that provide information to emergency services especially firefighters International Agency for Research on Cancer Office of the Australian Safety and Compensation Council R-Phrase Risk
Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Drugs & Poisons UN Number United
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