CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules

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

Active ingredient:
PARA-AMINOPROPIOPHENONE
Available from:
Animal Control Technologies (Australia) Pty Ltd
Pharmaceutical form:
TABLET (INC. PELLET, BOLUS, SUPPOSITORY, CAPSULE)
Composition:
PARA-AMINOPROPIOPHENONE AMINOKETONE Active 980.0 mg/g
Units in package:
10 - 50 capsules.
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic area:
VERTEBRATE POISON
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 7; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: NATIVE WOODLAND: [WILD DOG]; NON-CROP AREA - GENERAL: [WILD DOG]; PRIVATE USE - GENERAL: [WILD DOG]; PUBLIC AREA - GENERAL: [WILD DOG]
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
87033
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules

87033/117419

Product Name:

APVMA Approval No:

Label Name:

CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules

Signal Headings:

DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Constituent

Statements:

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 980 mg/g 4-AMINOPROPIOPHENONE (PAPP)

Each capsule contains 1000 mg 4-AMINOPROPIOPHENONE (PAPP)

Mode of Action:

Statement of Claims:

For the reduction of wild dog numbers when used with the Canid Pest Ejector mechanical

device only as per the directions for use.

Net Contents:

10 - 50 g (10 - 50 capsules)

Individual capsules are not for separate sale or distribution

Restraints:

Only for use by persons authorised by the relevant government authority.

Note: Relevant Government Authority means the State or Territory Government Authority

responsible for authorising people to possess and use products containing 4-

aminopropiophenone (PAPP).

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for reference to the relevant State or Territory

Government Authority and related use documents.

DO NOT set more than five (5) ejectors with CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules per kilometre

of trail or more than 20 ejectors with CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules per 100 hectares.

Directions for Use:

This section contains file attachment.

Other Limitations:

THIS PRODUCT IS NOT TO BE USED IN DOMESTIC OR HOME GARDEN SITUATIONS

(see DISTANCE RESTRICTIONS below).

RLP

APPROVED

Withholding Periods:

Trade Advice:

General Instructions:

PUBLIC NOTIFICATION

The PAPP dose in CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules (1000 mg/capsule) will kill domestic and

working dogs of any size. Neighbours must be notified to allow them to take appropriate

action. The notification must advise that steps (e.g. restraint, muzzling) need to be taken to

ensure that domestic dogs do not gain access to to Canid Pest Ejectors (CPE) loaded with

CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules. The notification must specify the dates between which CPE

PAPP Wild Dog Capsule placement will occur. This notification should be given to all

adjoining landholders at least 72 hours in advance. A record of the notifications must be kept.

If deployment of ejectors is not undertaken within the dates specified an additional notification

must be made.

POISON NOTICES

Signage is compulsory for all lands where use of CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules occur. Do

not set ejectors with CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules until signage is in place. Signage must

include – date ejectors are placed, contact numbers, toxin name (PAPP), target animal and a

warning that domestic animals and pets can be affected. Signs must be placed according to

requirements specified by the relevant State/Territory authority. These signs must remain up

for at least 4 weeks after the authorised period of ejector deployment has expired or after all

untaken CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules have been collected.

DISTANCE RESTRICTIONS

It is important to reduce risks of accidental poisoning of working and pet dogs. Ejectors with

CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules must be placed at least 150m from a dwelling; 20m from

permanent or flowing water bodies; 5m from boundary fences; and 5m from the edge of

formed public roadways.

Resistance Warning:

Precautions:

DO NOT transport CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules in such a way that unauthorised

persons can access the CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules. CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules

must be kept in a secure section of the vehicle when transporting.

DO NOT place CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules in a position accessible to children,

livestock, or domestic animals or pets.

CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules must be stored as per label instructions except when

being loaded into an ejector as per instructions.

Collect all CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules following completion of the wild dog control

campaign. Dispose of damaged and unusable capsules as per the Storage and Disposal

instructions below.

Re-handling statement

Do not re-handle CPE equipment or unused or fired capsules unless wearing cotton

overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing), eye protection (safety

glasses or goggles) and chemical resistant gloves. Clothing must be laundered after each

day's use.

Protections:

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC/WORKING DOGS

The PAPP dose in CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules (1000 mg/capsule) will kill dogs of any

size. The person using the capsules should advise neighbours to tie up working or pet

dogs and ensure they do not enter the control area during wild dog control operations.

Ejectors may be temporarily deactivated or removed if working dogs are required to

muster livestock in paddocks where the devices and wild dog capsules are deployed.

Alternatively working dogs can be muzzled prior to entering paddocks

to safeguard against accidental poisoning. In the event of accidental poisoning seek

immediate veterinary assistance.

DO NOT place the CPE PAPP Wild dog Capsules in a position accessible to domestic

dogs. DO NOT allow domestic dogs in areas where ejectors are set unless appropriately

restrained or muzzled.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT

PAPP is highly toxic for dogs.

Toxic to birds and native wildlife. The use of this product as directed is not expected

to result in exposure of birds; however, some species of native wildlife are capable of

triggering the device.

To protect native wildlife, ejectors should not be deployed with CPE PAPP Wild Dog

Capsules at times when, or in locations where, non-target wildlife are likely to be harmed by

them. Risks can be reduced by appropriate selection of lure, correct placement of ejectors,

and avoidance of ejector deployment during the main breeding season. In order to assess

the risk posed by wild dog control programs, consult local government agency, the ACTA

web site (www.animalcontrol.com.au) or Feral.org web site for information on non-target

animal distribution, conservation status, habitat preference, diet, tolerance to PAPP, body

weight and size of home range. A sub-lethal exposure to PAPP is rapidly metabolised,

excreted and an affected animal recovers quickly within hours and without any long term

injury.

To protect goannas and lace monitors, place ejectors during the winter months (when they

are less active) in areas of high abundance.

Few animals other than dogs and foxes have the pull-strength to activate ejectors.

DO NOT feed capsules to non-target animals including birds.

DO NOT contaminate dams, rivers, streams, waterways or drains with the product or used

containers.

Storage and

Disposal:

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Do not store CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules in a position accessible to children, livestock

or domestic pets. At the completion of a control program, return unused capsules to

authorised supplier or dispose of as per instructions below. This pesticide is only to be kept,

stored or transported in a container bearing this APVMA-approved label, as supplied by

the manufacturer. Store in a secure locked facility. Store in the closed, original container

in a dry, cool, and well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight. DO NOT allow capsules to

contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or non-target animal consumption. DO NOT

reuse containers for any other purpose.

Triple rinse empty containers before disposal. Break, crush or puncture and dispose

of empty containers in an approved waste management facility. Capsules collected

from non-activated ejectors must be disposed of if damaged or showing signs of wear.

Retrieved used, damaged or worn capsules should be delivered with empty packaging

for appropriate disposal to an approved waste management facility. If an approved waste

management facility is not available, bury capsules, any PAPP contaminated rinsate and

empty packaging 500 mm below the surface in a disposal pit at the site of use specifically

marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots

in compliance with relevant Local, State or Territory government regulations. DO NOT burn

empty container or product.

To the extent possible, animal carcasses should be collected and destroyed according to

the requirements of the State/Territory in which use has occurred.

Safety Directions:

Very dangerous, poisonous if swallowed. Do not inhale dust. Do not touch or rub eyes,

nose or mouth with hand. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. If on skin and after each

ejector placement, wash thoroughly with soap and water. When opening the container and

using the product, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing),

gauntlet-length chemical resistant gloves and safety glasses or goggles. 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, goggles, face shield, and contaminated clothing.

First Aid Instructions:

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia

131126, New Zealand 0800 764 766. Remove from contaminated area. Apply artificial

respiration if not breathing. If poisoning occurs get to a doctor or hospital quickly.

First Aid Warnings:

CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Only for use by persons authorised by the relevant government authority.

N o t e :

R e l e v a n t

G o v e r n m e n t

A u t h o r i t y

m e a n s

t h e

S t a t e

o r

T e r r i t o r y

Government

Authority responsible for authorising people to possess and use products containing

4-aminopropiophenone (PAPP).

Refer

to

www.animalcontrol.com.au

for

reference

to

the

relevant

State

or

Territory

Government Authority and related use documents

Situation

Pest

Rate

Non-crop and bushland areas including:

National parks,

Nature reserves,

State forests and

Private property

Wild dogs

Place a maximum of 5 ejector stations

per km of trail or a maximum of 20

ejector stations per 100ha (1km x

1km). Ejectors may be concentrated to

a localised area of wild dog activity but

not at rates above the maximum limit.

Critical Use Comments:

This product is dosed with sufficient PAPP to kill a wild dog and therefore will also kill any

foxes which trigger ejection of a capsule. A fox specific product should be used if

targetting only foxes.

Place Canid Pest Ejectors (CPE) along the sides of trails and in other areas where wild

dog activity has been observed and where the ejectors are unlikely to be contacted

accidentally. Mark the location of the ejector as appropriate (e.g. using flagging tape,

spray marker or a GPS coordinate) to ensure they can be relocated for checking. Care

should be taken when marking ejector sites so that detection by unauthorised persons is

minimised.

All CPEs must be set in accordance with the instructions accompanying the ejector to

ensure activation when the lure head is pulled by a wild dog.

Lures used for wild dog control programs may be used in conjunction with ejectors to

increase efficiency where appropriate.

Note that the CPEs will be readily found and activated by foxes present in a control area.

Additional integrated control programs to reduce wild dog populations will improve wild

dog control program success using CPE PAPP Wild Dog Capsules. Sand pads and/or

remote cameras may be used to identify the species responsible for activating the ejector.

Programs should be reviewed and modified regularly to maximise wild dog control

efficiency.

Ensure all safety precautions and directions (see below) are followed when loading

CPE PAPP Wild dog Capsules into and setting the ejector. IMPORTANT: Persons

loading and setting ejectors must follow safety directions including wearing eye

protection and always keeping their head and body to the side of the ejector to

minimise exposure from accidental activation.

Use raw or dried meat lures or pre-prepared lure heads with the ejector to attract wild

dogs and encourage them to pull on the ejector head so that it activates and releases

PAPP into the wild dog’s mouth

Reload activated ejectors with CPE PAPP Wild dog Capsules where evidence suggests

additional wild dogs are present in the area. Continue to replace capsules until repeat

checks show ejectors have not been activated or for the period of the control program.

Loaded ejectors must be checked at least every 2 months where vehicle access is

available and at least every 4 months in remote areas where vehicle access is limited.

The lure on the lure head will deteriorate over time depending on the lure and

environmental conditions. The lure head should be replaced or reapplied on a regular

basis to ensure lure head remains attractive to wild dogs.

Loaded ejectors should be checked more often where the wild dog or fox populations are

high.

Remove all ejectors and capsules at the end of the control program. Ejectors must be

cleaned by washing in soapy water and rinsing in clean water between control programs

to remove PAPP residue.

Between control programs, ejectors should be maintained and serviced according to the

CPE advisory information to ensure they function properly.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS

LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED BY APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION

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