1080 FOX BAIT

Australia - English - APVMA (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority)

Active ingredient:
SODIUM FLUOROACETATE
Available from:
Dept of Economic Dev, Jobs, Transport & Resources
INN (International Name):
sodium fluoroacetate(0.013g/kg)
Pharmaceutical form:
BAIT
Composition:
SODIUM FLUOROACETATE MINERAL-FLUORINE Active 0.013 g/kg
Units in package:
2kg; variable
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic group:
GENERAL AGRICULTURAL USE
Therapeutic area:
VERTEBRATE POISON
Therapeutic indications:
FOX
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 7; Withholding period: WHP: N/A; Host/pest details: GENERAL AGRICULTURAL USE: [FOX]; Poison schedule: 7; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: GENERAL AGRICULTURAL USE: [FOX]; For the control of foxes.RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT - ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON - ONLY TO BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GUIDELINES SET OUT BY THE RELEVANT STATE AUTHORITY FOR VERTEBRATE PEST CONTROL
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
49355
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

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Keep Out of Reach of Children

Read Safety Directions Before Opening or Using

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1080 FOX BAIT

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Active constituent:

0:013g/kg

Sodium Fluoroacetate (1080) with each bait

containing 3.3mg Sodium Fluoroacetate (1080)

FOR THE CONTROL OF FOXES AS PER DIRECTIONS FOR USE

FOR VICTORIA ONLY

Net

Contents:

kg

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT

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VICTORIA

240 VICTORIA PARADE, EAST MELBOURNE. 3002

Directions for use: To be used strictly in accordance

with

directions

from

Department

Natural

iesources

and Environment. Bury baits to a

minimum

iepth of 8cm at marked sites but away from habitation,

Mater

courses and boundaries. Check regularly and

,eplace

baits at the sites where there is evidence of fox

ake.

Notify

neighbouring

landholders

place

approved warning signs at entry points to the baited

uea.

TO BE USED FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE OR

N ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL

JNLESS

AUTHORISED

UNDER

APPROPRIATE

,EGISLATION.

rHIS

PRODUCT

ONLY

USED

KCORDANCE

WITH THE GUIDELINES SET OUT

3Y THE RELEVANT STATE AUTHORITY FOR

JERTEBRATE PEST CONTROL.

rHIS

PRODUCT

HAZARDOUS

JSED IN THE HOME GARDEN.

jtorage and Disposal: Baits that are not used within

hours of purchase are to be immediately destroyed

incineration or buried to a depth of at least 50 cm.

3aits’that

are not eaten within a period of 14 days after

)eing

laid

collected

destroyed

ncineration, or buried to a depth of 50 cm. Poisoned

animals

to be collected as per Department of Natural

<esources

and Environment directions.

Protection

of Wildlife, Fish,

Crustacea

a n d

Environment:

contaminate

p o n d s ,

waterways or drains with chemicals or used containers.

Place

baits

locations

inaccessible

animals

other

than target animals. The product is restricted to use in

around

buildings

(within

metres)

enclosed

spaces.

Warning:

Pets

farm

dogs

should

restrained

while baits are in use. Do not handle baits where there

is a risk of

contam,inating

food, animal food or drinking

water.

Safety Directions: Very

dangerous.

Poisonous

swallowed. When opening the container and using baits

wear elbow-length PVC gloves. If product gets on skin,

immediately wash area with soap and water. After use

and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands,

arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. After

each day’s use, wash gloves and contaminated clothing.

First

Aid:

poisoning

occurs,

contact

doctor

poisons information centre, give large quantities of

water

induce

vomiting,

skin

contact

occurs

remove

contaminated

clothing

wash

skin

thoroughly. If in eyes hold eyes open and flood with

water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED

BATCH:

DIRECTIONS BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT

EXP:

NRA APPROVAL NUMBER:

493SS/Ol

I

APPROVED

LABEL

435-

DEPARTMENT

OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT

DIRECTIONS FOR USE OF 1080 FOX BAIT

FOR VICTORIA ONLY

NRA

APPROVAL NUMBER

49355/01

The following are the Department of Natural Resources and Environment’s (NRE) directions governing the use of

1080 Fox Bait for Victoria only and forms part of the label instructions.

1080 Fox Bait may only be buried to control foxes in Victoria. Restrictions will apply to designated urban

and wildlife areas.

Unless otherwise determined by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment, free feed and

1080

Bait

poisoning

sites

meet

with

following

minimum

distance

requirements:

distances are in metres.

NJ?.&

Species:

Fox

Baiting Method

Buried Baiting

APPROVED

Minimum distances (metres) from

Property/Boundary

fence

Habitation

Domestic drinking water supply

Watercourse containing water or any other

body of permanent water

Distances

specified

table

increased

decreased

authorised

Department

Natural

Resources and Environment personnel providing that:

public safety would not be placed at risk from the effects of the poison baits; and

it would not increase the opportunity for the poisoning of animals other than pest animals from the

poison baits.

Such authorisation must be writing.

A person intending to use 1080 Fox Bait must have a valid Agricultural Chemical User Permit issued

under Schedule 1 to the

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Control of Use) Act 1992,

or be acting

under the direct and immediate supervision of a person who holds a valid Agricultural Chemical User

Permit issued under Schedule 1 to that Act.

A person laying 1080 Fox Bait must ensure that the baits are buried to a depth of at least 8 centimetres.

Sites are to be marked for identification purposes with either a marker peg, marker tape or ribbon and are

to be checked according to directions by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

A person intending to use 1080 Fox Bait must sign a

“Landholder Application for the Supply of

I080/J080/FoxoffPoison

Bait”

form supplied by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment

and abide by any conditions specified therein.

A person who intends to lay any 1080 Fox Bait shall notify all occupiers of land that adjoin (this means

land that borders, connects with or directly faces, land on which poison baits are to be used, whether or not

there is a road, a public utility or public land less than 100 metres wide between those lands and the lands

on which baits are to be laid) of his, or her, intention to lay 1080 Fox Bait.

Notification must specify:

the pest animal targeted for eradication or control by the use of the specified baits; and

I”,’

the type and quantities of poison baits to be laid; and

the time and duration of the poisoning program; and

the location of the land on which the poison baits are to be laid; and

the dangers to humans and unrestrained domestic pets from the poison baits: and

any special conditions relating to the laying of those poison baits.

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Notification must be received at least 24 hours prior to the laying of 1080 Fox Bait and must be:

given to the proprietor of the adjoining land personally; or

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT

DIRECTIONS FOR USE OF 1080 FOX BAIT

FOR VICTORIA ONLY

APPROVAL

NUMBER

49355101

delivered or sent by post to the last known residential or business address of the proprietor of the

adjoining land.

Notification detailed in Section’9 is not required if, in the opinion of the Department of Natural Resources

Environment,

there

special

circumstances

that

make

unreasonable

“to

require

compliance.

Written approval must be obtained from the Department of Natural Resources and Environment for the

approved

person

publish

notice

his,

her,

intention

1080

Bait

newspaper

circulating generally in the area where the poison baits are to be laid.

The Department of Natural Resources and Environment may direct a person to give more than 24 hours

notice of the intention to lay 1080 Fox Bait. A person must comply with this direction.

Notification as detailed in Section 9 is not required if 1080 Fox Bait is to be laid on land that adjoins any

land involved in a simultaneous poisoning program where poison baits are also to be laid, such as for

coordinated group poisoning programs.

A person must ensure that, prior to laying 1080 Fox Bait, the signs issued by the Department of Natural

Resources and Environment warning that poison baits have been laid on that land, are erected at all

vehicular entry points and any other commonly used entry points to the area. A person must ensure that

warning signs remain in place until baiting is completed and any uneaten baits have been removed.

A person must not return, or bring any domestic stock owned by or under the control of that person, to any

land on which the 1080 Fox Bait has been laid and warning signs notifying of the laying of poison baits

on that land are in place, until:

the baiting has been completed; and

any uneaten baits have been collected and destroyed by incineration, or collected and buried to a

depth of at least 50 cm, or covered with sufficient soil to prevent domestic stock from gaining access to

the 1080 Fox Bait, or disposed of as directed by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

purposes

preventing

access

1080

Bait

animals

that

pest

animals,

Department of Natural Resources and Environment may direct a person to remove domestic stock from

any land on which the 1080 Fox Bait are to be laid.

A person must comply with this direction by the

Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

A person must, as soon as possible after receipt of the 1080 Fox Bait, transport those baits by the most

direct route to the land on which the baits are to be laid.

perion

who transports 1080 Fox Bait must ensure that any container used to transport poison baits are

treated as follows:

if metal drums or plastic containers: are thoroughly washed after each use and are not used for any

other purpose other than the transport of poison baits; or

if disposable containers: have a single rinse before disposal. These must then be punctured and

buried in a local authority landfill. If not available, containers are to be buried below 500 mm in a

disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, vegetation and roots.

Empty containers are not to be burnt.

All persons, when handling 1080 Fox Bait, shall wear elbow length PVC gloves. These gloves”

should be washed thoroughly in running water, tested for leaks and dried and dusted with talcum powder

immediately after each use.

All persons handling 1080 Fox Bait should wash their hands thoroughly after removal gloves and

before smoking or eating.

A person shall not wash equipment used to contain or distribute 1080 Fox Bait within 20 metres of any

watercourse (containing water) or any other body of water.

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT

DIRECTIONS FOR USE OF 1080 FOX

FOR VICTORIA ONLY

NRA APPROVAL NUMBER

49355/01

BAIT

The issuing of 1080 Fox Bait by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment is subject to two

free feeds having been previous!y carried out on the land intended for poisoning, unless exempted by the

Department.

A person that has laid 1080 Fox Bait on any land must, within a period of 4

day;

after the poison baits

were laid:

(a>

take all reasonable steps to collect the carcass of an animal destroyed by poison baits; and

continue to take all reasonable steps to collect those carcasses for a period of 14 days after laying

of poison baits has ceased; and

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bum the carcasses, or bury the carcasses to a depth of at least 50 cm: or

dispose of the carcasses as directed by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

Approved persons using 1080 Fox Bait must make and keep for a period of 2 years after the date of use an

accurate written record of such use as detailed in

the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Control of

Use) Regulations 1996.

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