6.2.7 Spray Checklist
- The following is required as a minimum as part of Rules 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168. The general format and content of the checklist may need to amended for spraying in public amenity areas or as part of community spray plans. Generally local authority asset management plans or weed management policies would be expected to fulfil the role of spray checklist in those circumstances.
- This checklist can be either by prepared by the owner, occupier, or manager of the property, or the applicator.
- The purpose of this checklist is to provide information to potentially affected parties.
- Provision of this information does not imply a right of any party to object to spraying activities occurring legitimately within the subject property boundary.
|Name||Address (postal/physical)||Phone/Fax Numbers|
|Registered Chemical Applicator(s)|
||Address (postal/physical)||Phone/Fax Numbers||Status Owner/Occupier|
|Roads Adjacent to Property Boundary||Roads Used for School Bus Routes|
|Identification of Area to be sprayed
|Size of Area to be sprayed (in square metres)||Target to be Sprayed (e.g. apples, gorse)|
|Agrichemical to be used (trade name) and active ingredient||Agrichemical
(1) - (5)
(description and location)3
|Measures to be used to avoid contamination of sensitive areas|
|Factors to be considered before spraying
(e.g. weather conditions4)
|Factors that may increase spray hazard potential5