DOGGONE WILD DOG BAIT

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

Active ingredient:
SODIUM FLUOROACETATE
Available from:
Animal Control Technologies (Australia) Pty Ltd
INN (International Name):
sodium fluoroacetate(0.1g/kg)
Pharmaceutical form:
BAIT
Composition:
SODIUM FLUOROACETATE MINERAL-FLUORINE Active 0.1 g/kg
Units in package:
#0g each); #12baits x; #60g ea; #6kg (100; #720g; #baits x 6; ^0g each); ^15kg (250; ^baits x 6; 18kg; 300 x 60g
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic group:
GENERAL AGRICULTURAL USE
Therapeutic area:
VERTEBRATE POISON
Therapeutic indications:
WILD DOG
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 7; Withholding period: WHP: N/A; Host/pest details: GENERAL AGRICULTURAL USE: [WILD DOG]; Poison schedule: 7; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: GENERAL AGRICULTURAL USE: [WILD DOG]; For the control of wild dogs.RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT - ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON. THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
49384
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

DOGGONE

Wild Dog Bait

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 0.1 g/kg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT –

ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON

Contents: 720g (12 baits)

ANIMAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (AUST) Pty Ltd 46-50 Freight Drive SOMERTON VICTORIA 3062

Emergency Telephone Contact 03 9308 9688

IMPORTANT: Read attached leaflet before use.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only

authorised personnel can have access to baits. Baits

must be transported and stored in such a way that

unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits.

Unless approved by the relevant State/Territory authority,

users must not store baits after a baiting campaign is

complete.

Do not store the bait in a position accessible

to children, livestock or domestic pets. The pesticide is

only to be kept or stored in the container, and bearing

the label, as supplied by the manufacturer. Do not allow

baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or

non-target animal consumption.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal.

Break, crush or puncture and dispose of empty rinsed

containers in a local authority landfill and/or as specified

by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 0.5 m in a disposal

pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear

of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

Containers which have held product are not to be used

for any other purpose and must be disposed of by

burning or deep burial.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Very dangerous. Poisonous if

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: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or

Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 13 11 26. If

skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and

wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated area.

Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold

eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and

see a doctor.

MSDS: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet

for further information.

BATCH#:

DOM:

APVMA approval number: 49384/720g/0408

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NET CONTENTS: 720g (12 baits)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON. THIS PRODUCT

MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION ISSUED

WITH STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only

authorised personnel can have access to baits. Baits must

be transported and stored in such a way that unauthor-

ised personnel cannot have access to baits. Do not store

the bait in a position accessible to children, livestock or

domestic pets. Unless approved by the relevant State/

Territory authority, users must not store this product after

a baiting campaign is complete. The pesticide is only to

be kept, stored or transported in the container bearing

this APVMA-approved label, as supplied by the manufac-

turer. Store in a secure locked facility. Safe storage is the

responsibility of all persons who are supplied with these

baits. Do not allow baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed,

for human or non-target animal consumption.

Transport only in original containers and ensure packaging

is secure before handling. Do not reuse containers for any

other purpose.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal.

Break, crush or puncture and dispose of empty rinsed

containers in a local authority landfill and/or as specified

by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 0.5m in a disposal

pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of

waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

FIRST AID: Speed in treatment is essential. If poisoning

occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre

(phone Australia: 13 11 26). If skin contact occurs,

remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly.

Remove from the contaminated area. Apply artificial

respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold eyes open,

flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

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DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 0.1 g/kg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON.

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT

DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

Contents: 720g (12 baits)

ANIMAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (AUST) Pty Ltd

46-50 Freight Drive SOMERTON VICTORIA 3062 AUSTRALIA

Emergency Telephone Contact 03 9308 9688

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only authorised personnel can have access to baits. Baits

must be transported and stored in such a way that unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits. Do

not store the bait in a position accessible to children, livestock or domestic pets. Unless approved by the

relevant State/Territory authority, users must not store this product after a baiting campaign is complete. The

pesticide is only to be kept, stored or transported in the container bearing this APVMA-approved label, as

supplied by the manufacturer. Store in a secure locked facility. Safe storage is the responsibility of all persons

who are supplied with these baits. Do not allow baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or non-

target animal consumption.

Transport only in original containers and ensure packaging is secure before handling. Do not reuse containers

for any other purpose.

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

containers in a local authority landfill and/or as specified by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill

is available, bury the containers below 0.5m in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose

clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Very dangerous. Poisonous if swallowed. When opening the container and using

baits wear elbow-length PVC gloves. If product 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 days use wash gloves and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID: Speed in treatment is essential. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information

Centre (phone Australia: 13 11 26). If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and wash skin

thoroughly. Remove from the contaminated area. Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold

eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

MSDS: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet for further information.

CONDITIONS OF SALE and DISCLAIMER:

Animal Control Technologies Pty Ltd (ACTA) will not accept responsibility for

losses or damage arising from the supply or use of these goods other than the

responsibility for the merchantable quality of the goods. To the extent allowed

by the relevant laws in each State, the liability of ACTA is limited to the

replacement of goods in the event that a valid claim of deficiencies in

merchantable quality is proven.

APVMA approval number: 49385/0408

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APPROVED

LABEL

DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 0.1 g/kg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON.

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT

DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

Contents: 720g (12 baits)

ANIMAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (AUST) Pty Ltd

46-50 Freight Drive SOMERTON VICTORIA 3062 AUSTRALIA

Emergency Telephone Contact 03 9308 9688

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only authorised personnel can have access to baits. Baits

must be transported and stored in such a way that unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits. Do

not store the bait in a position accessible to children, livestock or domestic pets. Unless approved by the

relevant State/Territory authority, users must not store this product after a baiting campaign is complete. The

pesticide is only to be kept, stored or transported in the container bearing this APVMA-approved label, as

supplied by the manufacturer. Store in a secure locked facility. Safe storage is the responsibility of all persons

who are supplied with these baits. Do not allow baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or non-

target animal consumption.

Transport only in original containers and ensure packaging is secure before handling. Do not reuse containers

for any other purpose.

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

containers in a local authority landfill and/or as specified by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill

is available, bury the containers below 0.5m in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose

clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Very dangerous. Poisonous if swallowed. When opening the container and using

baits wear elbow-length PVC gloves. If product 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 days use wash gloves and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID: Speed in treatment is essential. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information

Centre (phone Australia: 13 11 26). If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and wash skin

thoroughly. Remove from the contaminated area. Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold

eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

MSDS: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet for further information.

CONDITIONS OF SALE and DISCLAIMER:

Animal Control Technologies Pty Ltd (ACTA) will not accept responsibility for

losses or damage arising from the supply or use of these goods other than the

responsibility for the merchantable quality of the goods. To the extent allowed

by the relevant laws in each State, the liability of ACTA is limited to the

replacement of goods in the event that a valid claim of deficiencies in

merchantable quality is proven.

APVMA approval number: 49385/0408

DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

DOGGONE

Wild Dog Bait

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 0.1 g/kg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT –

ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON

Contents: 720g (12 baits)

ANIMAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (AUST) Pty Ltd 46-50 Freight Drive SOMERTON VICTORIA 3062

Emergency Telephone Contact 03 9308 9688

IMPORTANT: Read attached leaflet before use.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only

authorised personnel can have access to baits. Baits

must be transported and stored in such a way that

unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits.

Unless approved by the relevant State/Territory authority,

users must not store baits after a baiting campaign is

complete.

Do not store the bait in a position accessible

to children, livestock or domestic pets. The pesticide is

only to be kept or stored in the container, and bearing

the label, as supplied by the manufacturer. Do not allow

baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or

non-target animal consumption.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal.

Break, crush or puncture and dispose of empty rinsed

containers in a local authority landfill and/or as specified

by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 0.5 m in a disposal

pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear

of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

Containers which have held product are not to be used

for any other purpose and must be disposed of by

burning or deep burial.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Very dangerous. Poisonous if

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: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or

Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 13 11 26. If

skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and

wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated area.

Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold

eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and

see a doctor.

MSDS: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet

for further information.

BATCH#:

DOM:

APVMA approval number: 49384/720g/0408

DOGGONE 12 BAIT FRONT 0408 Fin 23/4/08 1:52 PM Page 1

DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

DOGGONE

Wild Dog Bait

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 0.1 g/kg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT –

ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON

Contents: 720g (12 baits)

ANIMAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (AUST) Pty Ltd 46-50 Freight Drive SOMERTON VICTORIA 3062

Emergency Telephone Contact 03 9308 9688

IMPORTANT: Read attached leaflet before use.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only

authorised personnel can have access to baits. Baits

must be transported and stored in such a way that

unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits.

Unless approved by the relevant State/Territory authority,

users must not store baits after a baiting campaign is

complete.

Do not store the bait in a position accessible

to children, livestock or domestic pets. The pesticide is

only to be kept or stored in the container, and bearing

the label, as supplied by the manufacturer. Do not allow

baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or

non-target animal consumption.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal.

Break, crush or puncture and dispose of empty rinsed

containers in a local authority landfill and/or as specified

by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 0.5 m in a disposal

pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear

of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

Containers which have held product are not to be used

for any other purpose and must be disposed of by

burning or deep burial.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Very dangerous. Poisonous if

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: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or

Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 13 11 26. If

skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and

wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated area.

Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold

eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and

see a doctor.

MSDS: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet

for further information.

BATCH#:

DOM:

APVMA approval number: 49384/720g/0408

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APPROVED

LABEL

SIGNAGE: Signage is compulsory for all lands where baiting occurs. Do not lay baits until signage is in place.

Signage must include – date baits laid, contact numbers, toxin name, target animal and a warning that domestic

animals and pets can be affected. Users must ensure that signs are put up immediately before 1080 poisoning

operations commence on the property and are placed according to requirements specified by the relevant State/

Territory authority. These notices must remain up for at least 4 weeks after the authorised period of bait lay has

expired or after all untaken baits have been collected.

DISTANCE RESTRICTIONS: Baits 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; or as

specified by State/Territory.

PRECAUTIONS:

DO NOT apply baits to, or in, crops which are in mid to late developmental stages.

DO NOT apply baits to, or in, crops if contamination of produce is likely to occur.

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC AND FARM DOGS: Steps (e.g. restraint, muzzling) need to be taken to ensure

that domestic and farm dogs do not gain access to 1080 baits or poisoned animals. In the event of accidental

poisoning seek immediate veterinary assistance.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT: DO NOT contaminate dams,

rivers, streams, waterways or drains with the product or used containers.

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

Information on non-target animal distribution, conservation status, habitat preference, diet, tolerance to 1080,

body weight and size of home range can be used to reduce poisoning risks posed by baiting programs. Time

baiting programs when non-target species are least active or least susceptible.

This product may be toxic to some birds and other native wildlife. Baits should not be laid at times when, or in

locations where, birds or other non-target wildlife are likely to be harmed by them. Bait placement and/or bait

station design should be such that non-target access is minimised.

This product may be toxic to some marsupial carnivores. Where appropriate, potential risks should be reduced

by correct bait placement, selection of the minimum effective rate, and avoidance of baiting during the main

breeding season.

To the extent possible, untaken baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting campaign. Untaken wild dog

baits should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory baiting program requirements). To the

extent possible, animal carcasses should be recovered during and for 14 days after a baiting campaign.

Untaken baits and animal carcasses should be destroyed by burning or burial according to the requirements of

the State/Territory in which use has occurred.

Any incidents where it is suspected that non-target animals may have been poisoned by 1080 should be

notified to State/Territory authorities.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for an electronic version of your State or Territory documents.

Use only for the control of wild dogs.

BAIT DENSITY

This requires local advice but about 1 bait will be needed per 10 hectares. The rate of lay for wild dog control

must not exceed 10 baits per kilometre transect.

PLACEMENT OF BAIT

For ground baiting, unless placement is otherwise specified by State/Territory requirements, individual baits

should be buried in holes of appoximately 8-10 cm depth at intervals of at least 200 metres at marked sites

usually along internal fence lines or vehicle tracks. Dogs are readily able to find and excavate buried baits.

Untaken baits should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory baiting program

requirements).

The application of baits by air is subject to State/Territory approval.

BAIT REPLACEMENT

For effective control, it is necessary to repalce baits several times as other dogs may visit the same station.

Check regularly and replace baits at sites where there is evidence of take by wild dogs. Replacement of baits

should continue until take stops.

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

AUTHORISED BY APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

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

NEIGHBOURHOOD NOTIFICATION: 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 1080 baits or poisoned animals. The notification must specify the dates between

which baiting will occur. This notification should be in writing and should be given to all adjoining landholders

at least 72 hours in advance except where alternative communication arrangements have been made that

meet State/Territory requirements and overall safety criteria. A record of the notifications must be kept. Baiting

must commence within 10 days of notification or else another 3 days notice of intent to lay baits is required

advising the revised particulars.

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APPROVED

LABEL

SIGNAGE: Signage is compulsory for all lands where baiting occurs. Do not lay baits until signage is in place.

Signage must include – date baits laid, contact numbers, toxin name, target animal and a warning that domestic

animals and pets can be affected. Users must ensure that signs are put up immediately before 1080 poisoning

operations commence on the property and are placed according to requirements specified by the relevant State/

Territory authority. These notices must remain up for at least 4 weeks after the authorised period of bait lay has

expired or after all untaken baits have been collected.

DISTANCE RESTRICTIONS: Baits 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; or as

specified by State/Territory.

PRECAUTIONS:

DO NOT apply baits to, or in, crops which are in mid to late developmental stages.

DO NOT apply baits to, or in, crops if contamination of produce is likely to occur.

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC AND FARM DOGS: Steps (e.g. restraint, muzzling) need to be taken to ensure

that domestic and farm dogs do not gain access to 1080 baits or poisoned animals. In the event of accidental

poisoning seek immediate veterinary assistance.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT: DO NOT contaminate dams,

rivers, streams, waterways or drains with the product or used containers.

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

Information on non-target animal distribution, conservation status, habitat preference, diet, tolerance to 1080,

body weight and size of home range can be used to reduce poisoning risks posed by baiting programs. Time

baiting programs when non-target species are least active or least susceptible.

This product may be toxic to some birds and other native wildlife. Baits should not be laid at times when, or in

locations where, birds or other non-target wildlife are likely to be harmed by them. Bait placement and/or bait

station design should be such that non-target access is minimised.

This product may be toxic to some marsupial carnivores. Where appropriate, potential risks should be reduced

by correct bait placement, selection of the minimum effective rate, and avoidance of baiting during the main

breeding season.

To the extent possible, untaken baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting campaign. Untaken wild dog

baits should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory baiting program requirements). To the

extent possible, animal carcasses should be recovered during and for 14 days after a baiting campaign.

Untaken baits and animal carcasses should be destroyed by burning or burial according to the requirements of

the State/Territory in which use has occurred.

Any incidents where it is suspected that non-target animals may have been poisoned by 1080 should be

notified to State/Territory authorities.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for an electronic version of your State or Territory documents.

Use only for the control of wild dogs.

BAIT DENSITY

This requires local advice but about 1 bait will be needed per 10 hectares. The rate of lay for wild dog control

must not exceed 10 baits per kilometre transect.

PLACEMENT OF BAIT

For ground baiting, unless placement is otherwise specified by State/Territory requirements, individual baits

should be buried in holes of appoximately 8-10 cm depth at intervals of at least 200 metres at marked sites

usually along internal fence lines or vehicle tracks. Dogs are readily able to find and excavate buried baits.

Untaken baits should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory baiting program

requirements).

The application of baits by air is subject to State/Territory approval.

BAIT REPLACEMENT

For effective control, it is necessary to repalce baits several times as other dogs may visit the same station.

Check regularly and replace baits at sites where there is evidence of take by wild dogs. Replacement of baits

should continue until take stops.

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

AUTHORISED BY APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

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

NEIGHBOURHOOD NOTIFICATION: 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 1080 baits or poisoned animals. The notification must specify the dates between

which baiting will occur. This notification should be in writing and should be given to all adjoining landholders

at least 72 hours in advance except where alternative communication arrangements have been made that

meet State/Territory requirements and overall safety criteria. A record of the notifications must be kept. Baiting

must commence within 10 days of notification or else another 3 days notice of intent to lay baits is required

advising the revised particulars.

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APPROVED

LABEL

DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

DOGGONE

Wild Dog Bait

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 0.1 g/kg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT –

ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON

Net Contents: 6kg (100 baits)

ANIMAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (AUST) Pty Ltd

46-50 Freight Drive SOMERTON VICTORIA 3062 AUSTRALIA

Emergency Telephone Contact 03 9308 9688

APVMA approval number: 49384/6kg/0408

BATCH#:

DOM:

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RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON.

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT

DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

NET CONTENTS: 6kg (100 baits)

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APPROVED

LABEL

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL

INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH THE

STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for an electronic version of State or Territory

documents.

Use only for the control of wild dogs.

Bait density

This requires local advice but about 1 bait will be needed per 10 ha. Bait density

must not exceed 10/km transect.

Placement of baits

For ground baiting, unless placement is otherwise specified by State/Territory

requirements, individual baits should be buried in holes of appoximately 8-10 cm

depth at intervals of at least 200 metres at marked sites usually along internal

fence lines or vehicle tracks. Dogs are readily able to find and excavate buried baits.

Untaken baits should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory

baiting program requirements)

The application of baits by air is subject to State/Territory approval.

Bait replacement

For effective control, it is necessary to replace baits several times, as other dogs

may visit the same station. Check regularly and replace baits at sites where

there is evidence of take by wild dogs. Replacement of baits should continue

until take stops.

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

TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED BY APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

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

NEIGHBOUR NOTIFICATION: 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

1080 baits or poisoned animals. The notification must specify the dates between

which baiting will occur. This notification should be in writing and should be

given to all adjoining landholders at least 72 hours in advance except where

alternative communication arrangements have been made that meet

State/Territory requirements and overall safety criteria. A record of the

notifications must be kept. Baiting must commence within ten days of notification

or else another 72 hours notice of intent to lay baits is required advising the

revised particulars.

SIGNAGE: Signage is compulsory for all lands where baiting occurs. Do not lay

baits until signage is in place. Signage must include – date baits laid, contact

numbers, toxin name, target animal and a warning that domestic animals and pets

can be affected. Users must ensure that signs are put up immediately before 1080

poisoning operations commence on the property and are placed according to

requirements specified by the relevant State/Territory. Signs must be maintained for

at least 4 weeks after the authorised period of bait lay has expired or after all untaken

baits have been collected.

DISTANCE RESTRICTIONS: Baits 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; or as specified by

State/Territory.

PRECAUTIONS:

Do not apply baits to, or in, crops which are in mid to late developmental stages.

Do not apply baits to, or in, crops if contamination of products is likely to occur.

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC AND FARM DOGS: Steps (e.g. restraint,

muzzling) need to be taken to ensure that domestic dogs do not gain access to

1080 baits or poisoned animals.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT:

Do not contaminate dams, rivers, streams, waterways or drains with the product

or used containers. This product may be toxic to some marsupial carnivores.

Where appropriate, potential risks should be reduced, by correct bait placement,

selection of the minimum effective rate, and avoidance of baiting during the main

breeding season.

To the extent possible, untaken baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting

campaign. Animal carcasses should be recovered during and for 14 days after a

baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses should be destroyed by

burning or burial according to the requirements of the State or Territory in which

use has occurred.

Do not feed baits to non-target animals including birds.

Any incidents where it is suspected that non-target animals may have been

poisoned by 1080 should be notified to State authorities.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only authorised personnel

can have access to baits. Baits must be transported and stored in such a way

that unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits. Unless approved by the

relevant State/Territory authority, users must not store baits after a baiting campaign

is complete.

Do not store the bait in a position accessible to children, livestock or

domestic pets. The pesticide is only to be kept or stored in the container, and

bearing the label, as supplied by the manufacturer. Do not allow baits to

contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or non-target animal consumption.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal. Break, crush or

puncture and dispose of empty rinsed containers in a local authority landfill

and/or as specified by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 0.5 m in a disposal pit specifically marked

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

roots. Containers which have held product are not to be used for any other

purpose and must be disposed of by burning or deep burial.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Very dangerous. Poisonous if 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: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.

Phone Australia 13 11 26. If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing

and wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated area. Apply artificial

respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least

15 minutes and see a doctor.

MSDS: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet for further information.

CONDITIONS OF SALE and DISCLAIMER:

Animal Control Technologies Pty Ltd (ACTA) will not accept

responsibility for losses or damage arising from the supply or

use of these goods other than the responsibility for the

merchantable quality of the goods. To the extent allowed by

the relevant laws in each State, the liability of ACTA is limited

to the replacement of goods in the event that a valid claim of

deficiencies in merchantable quality is proven.

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To the extent possible, untaken baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting

campaign. To the extent possible, animal carcasses should be recovered during

and for 14 days after a baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses

should be destroyed by burning or burial according to the requirements of the

State or Territory in which use has occurred.

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for an electronic version of State or

Territory documents

DO NOT

DO NOT

FIRST AID:

Speed in treatment is essential. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor

or Poisons Information Centre, (phone Australia 13 11 26). If skin contact occurs, re-

move contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated

area. Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with

water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

This requires local advice but about 1 bait will be needed per 10 hectares. The rate

of lay for wild dog control must not exceed 10 baits per kilometre transect.

NEIGHBOURHOOD NOTIFICATION: 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

1080 baits or poisoned animals. The notification must specify the dates between

which baiting will occur. This notification should be in writing and should be given

to all adjoining landholders at least 72 hours in advance except where alternative

communication arrangements have been made that meet State/Territory

requirements and overall safety criteria. A record of the notifications must be kept.

Baiting must commence within 10 days of notification or else another 3 days notice of

intent to lay baits is required advising the revised particulars.

SIGNAGE: Signage is compulsory for all lands where baiting occurs. Do not lay baits

until signage is in place. Signage must include – date baits laid, contact numbers,

toxin name, target animal and a warning that domestic animals and pets can be

affected. Users must ensure that signs are put up immediately before 1080 poisoning

operations commence on the property and are placed according to requirements

specified by the relevant State/Territory authority. These notices must remain up for at

least 4 weeks after the authorised period of bait lay has expired or after all untaken

baits have been collected.

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC AND FARM DOGS: Steps (e.g. restraint, muzzling)

need to be taken to ensure that domestic and farm dogs do not gain access to 1080

baits or poisoned animals. In the event of accidental poisoning seek immediate

veterinary assistance.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT:

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

or used containers.

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

Information on non-target animal distribution, conservation status, habitat preference,

diet, tolerance to 1080, body weight and size of home range can be used to reduce

poisoning risks posed by baiting programs. Time baiting programs when non-target

species are least active or least susceptible.This product may be toxic to some birds

and other native wildlife. Baits should not be laid at times when, or in locations where,

birds or other non-target wildlife are likely to be harmed by them. Bait placement and/or

bait station design should be such that non-target access is minimised. This product

may be toxic to some marsupial carnivores. Where appropriate, potential risks should

be reduced by correct bait placement, selection of the minimum effective rate, and

avoidance of baiting during the main breeding season. To the extent possible, untaken

baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting campaign. Untaken wild dog baits

should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory baiting program

requirements). To the extent possible, animal carcasses should be recovered during and

for 14 days after a baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses should be

destroyed by burning or burial according to the requirements of the State/Territory in

which use has occurred.

Any incidents where it is suspected that non-target animals

may have been poisoned by 1080 should be notified to State/Territory authorities.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only authorised personnel can

have access to baits. Baits must be transported and stored in such a way that

unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits. Do not store the bait in a

position accessible to children, livestock or domestic pets. Unless approved by the

relevant State/Territory authority, users must not store this product after a baiting

campaign is complete. The pesticide is only to be kept, stored or transported in the

container bearing this APVMA-approved label, as supplied by the manufacturer.

Store in a secure locked facility. Safe storage is the responsibility of all persons who

are supplied with these baits. Do not allow baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed,

for human or non-target animal consumption.

Transport only in original containers and ensure packaging is secure before

handling. Do not reuse containers for any other purpose.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal. Break, crush or puncture

and dispose of empty rinsed containers in a local authority landfill and/or as

specified by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is available, bury the

containers below 0.5m in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this

purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

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APPROVED

LABEL

DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

DOGGONE

Wild Dog Bait

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 0.1 g/kg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT –

ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON

Net Contents: 6kg (100 baits)

ANIMAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (AUST) Pty Ltd

46-50 Freight Drive SOMERTON VICTORIA 3062 AUSTRALIA

Emergency Telephone Contact 03 9308 9688

APVMA approval number: 49384/6kg/0408

BATCH#:

DOM:

DOGGONE 100 TUB 0408 Final 23/4/08 1:47 PM Page 1

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON.

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT

DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

NET CONTENTS: 15kg (250 baits)

APVMA approval number: 49384/15kg/0408

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APPROVED

LABEL

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL

INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH THE

STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for an electronic version of State or Territory

documents.

Use only for the control of wild dogs.

Bait density

This requires local advice but about 1 bait will be needed per 10 ha. Bait density

must not exceed 10/km transect.

Placement of baits

For ground baiting, unless placement is otherwise specified by State/Territory

requirements, individual baits should be buried in holes of appoximately 8-10 cm

depth at intervals of at least 200 metres at marked sites usually along internal

fence lines or vehicle tracks. Dogs are readily able to find and excavate buried baits.

Untaken baits should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory

baiting program requirements)

The application of baits by air is subject to State/Territory approval.

Bait replacement

For effective control, it is necessary to replace baits several times, as other dogs

may visit the same station. Check regularly and replace baits at sites where

there is evidence of take by wild dogs. Replacement of baits should continue

until take stops.

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

TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED BY APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

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

NEIGHBOUR NOTIFICATION: 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

1080 baits or poisoned animals. The notification must specify the dates between

which baiting will occur. This notification should be in writing and should be

given to all adjoining landholders at least 72 hours in advance except where

alternative communication arrangements have been made that meet

State/Territory requirements and overall safety criteria. A record of the

notifications must be kept. Baiting must commence within ten days of notification

or else another 72 hours notice of intent to lay baits is required advising the

revised particulars.

SIGNAGE: Signage is compulsory for all lands where baiting occurs. Do not lay

baits until signage is in place. Signage must include – date baits laid, contact

numbers, toxin name, target animal and a warning that domestic animals and pets

can be affected. Users must ensure that signs are put up immediately before 1080

poisoning operations commence on the property and are placed according to

requirements specified by the relevant State/Territory. Signs must be maintained for

at least 4 weeks after the authorised period of bait lay has expired or after all untaken

baits have been collected.

DISTANCE RESTRICTIONS: Baits 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; or as specified by

State/Territory.

PRECAUTIONS:

Do not apply baits to, or in, crops which are in mid to late developmental stages.

Do not apply baits to, or in, crops if contamination of products is likely to occur.

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC AND FARM DOGS: Steps (e.g. restraint,

muzzling) need to be taken to ensure that domestic dogs do not gain access to

1080 baits or poisoned animals.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT:

Do not contaminate dams, rivers, streams, waterways or drains with the product

or used containers. This product may be toxic to some marsupial carnivores.

Where appropriate, potential risks should be reduced, by correct bait placement,

selection of the minimum effective rate, and avoidance of baiting during the main

breeding season.

To the extent possible, untaken baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting

campaign. Animal carcasses should be recovered during and for 14 days after a

baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses should be destroyed by

burning or burial according to the requirements of the State or Territory in which

use has occurred.

Do not feed baits to non-target animals including birds.

Any incidents where it is suspected that non-target animals may have been

poisoned by 1080 should be notified to State authorities.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only authorised personnel

can have access to baits. Baits must be transported and stored in such a way

that unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits. Unless approved by the

relevant State/Territory authority, users must not store baits after a baiting campaign

is complete.

Do not store the bait in a position accessible to children, livestock or

domestic pets. The pesticide is only to be kept or stored in the container, and

bearing the label, as supplied by the manufacturer. Do not allow baits to

contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or non-target animal consumption.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal. Break, crush or

puncture and dispose of empty rinsed containers in a local authority landfill

and/or as specified by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 0.5 m in a disposal pit specifically marked

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

roots. Containers which have held product are not to be used for any other

purpose and must be disposed of by burning or deep burial.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Very dangerous. Poisonous if 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: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.

Phone Australia 13 11 26. If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing

and wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated area. Apply artificial

respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least

15 minutes and see a doctor.

MSDS: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet for further information.

CONDITIONS OF SALE and DISCLAIMER:

Animal Control Technologies Pty Ltd (ACTA) will not accept

responsibility for losses or damage arising from the supply or

use of these goods other than the responsibility for the

merchantable quality of the goods. To the extent allowed by

the relevant laws in each State, the liability of ACTA is limited

to the replacement of goods in the event that a valid claim of

deficiencies in merchantable quality is proven.

DOGGONE 72 TUB 0408 Final 23/4/08 2:06 PM Page 2

To the extent possible, untaken baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting

campaign. To the extent possible, animal carcasses should be recovered during

and for 14 days after a baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses

should be destroyed by burning or burial according to the requirements of the

State or Territory in which use has occurred.

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for an electronic version of State or

Territory documents

DO NOT

DO NOT

FIRST AID:

Speed in treatment is essential. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor

or Poisons Information Centre, (phone Australia 13 11 26). If skin contact occurs, re-

move contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated

area. Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with

water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

This requires local advice but about 1 bait will be needed per 10 hectares. The

rate of lay for wild dog control must not exceed 10 baits per kilometre transect.

NEIGHBOURHOOD NOTIFICATION: 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

1080 baits or poisoned animals. The notification must specify the dates between

which baiting will occur. This notification should be in writing and should be given

to all adjoining landholders at least 72 hours in advance except where alternative

communication arrangements have been made that meet State/Territory

requirements and overall safety criteria. A record of the notifications must be kept.

Baiting must commence within 10 days of notification or else another 3 days notice of

intent to lay baits is required advising the revised particulars.

SIGNAGE: Signage is compulsory for all lands where baiting occurs. Do not lay baits

until signage is in place. Signage must include – date baits laid, contact numbers,

toxin name, target animal and a warning that domestic animals and pets can be

affected. Users must ensure that signs are put up immediately before 1080 poisoning

operations commence on the property and are placed according to requirements

specified by the relevant State/Territory authority. These notices must remain up for at

least 4 weeks after the authorised period of bait lay has expired or after all untaken

baits have been collected.

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC AND FARM DOGS: Steps (e.g. restraint, muzzling)

need to be taken to ensure that domestic and farm dogs do not gain access to 1080

baits or poisoned animals. In the event of accidental poisoning seek immediate

veterinary assistance.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT:

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

or used containers.

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

Information on non-target animal distribution, conservation status, habitat preference,

diet, tolerance to 1080, body weight and size of home range can be used to reduce

poisoning risks posed by baiting programs. Time baiting programs when non-target

species are least active or least susceptible.This product may be toxic to some birds

and other native wildlife. Baits should not be laid at times when, or in locations where,

birds or other non-target wildlife are likely to be harmed by them. Bait placement and/or

bait station design should be such that non-target access is minimised. This product

may be toxic to some marsupial carnivores. Where appropriate, potential risks should

be reduced by correct bait placement, selection of the minimum effective rate, and

avoidance of baiting during the main breeding season. To the extent possible, untaken

baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting campaign. Untaken wild dog baits

should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory baiting program

requirements). To the extent possible, animal carcasses should be recovered during and

for 14 days after a baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses should be

destroyed by burning or burial according to the requirements of the State/Territory in

which use has occurred.

Any incidents where it is suspected that non-target animals

may have been poisoned by 1080 should be notified to State/Territory authorities.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only authorised personnel can

have access to baits. Baits must be transported and stored in such a way that

unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits. Do not store the bait in a

position accessible to children, livestock or domestic pets. Unless approved by the

relevant State/Territory authority, users must not store this product after a baiting

campaign is complete. The pesticide is only to be kept, stored or transported in the

container bearing this APVMA-approved label, as supplied by the manufacturer.

Store in a secure locked facility. Safe storage is the responsibility of all persons who

are supplied with these baits. Do not allow baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed,

for human or non-target animal consumption.

Transport only in original containers and ensure packaging is secure before

handling. Do not reuse containers for any other purpose.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal. Break, crush or puncture

and dispose of empty rinsed containers in a local authority landfill and/or as

specified by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is available, bury the

containers below 0.5m in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this

purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

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APPROVED

LABEL

DANGEROUS POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

DOGGONE

Wild Dog Bait

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 0.1 g/kg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

Each bait contains 6.0 mg SODIUM FLUOROACETATE (1080)

For the Control of Wild Dogs

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT –

ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON

Net Contents: 6kg (100 baits)

ANIMAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (AUST) Pty Ltd

46-50 Freight Drive SOMERTON VICTORIA 3062 AUSTRALIA

Emergency Telephone Contact 03 9308 9688

APVMA approval number: 49384/6kg/0408

BATCH#:

DOM:

DOGGONE 100 TUB 0408 Final 23/4/08 1:47 PM Page 1

RESTRICTED CHEMICAL PRODUCT ONLY TO BE SUPPLIED TO OR USED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON.

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT

DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

NET CONTENTS: 18kg (300 baits)

APVMA approval number: 49384/18kg/0408

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APPROVED

LABEL

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

THIS PRODUCT MUST BE USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LABEL

INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION ISSUED WITH THE

STATE/TERRITORY AUTHORISATION TO USE 1080 PRODUCTS.

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for an electronic version of State or Territory

documents.

Use only for the control of wild dogs.

Bait density

This requires local advice but about 1 bait will be needed per 10 ha. Bait density

must not exceed 10/km transect.

Placement of baits

For ground baiting, unless placement is otherwise specified by State/Territory

requirements, individual baits should be buried in holes of appoximately 8-10 cm

depth at intervals of at least 200 metres at marked sites usually along internal

fence lines or vehicle tracks. Dogs are readily able to find and excavate buried baits.

Untaken baits should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory

baiting program requirements)

The application of baits by air is subject to State/Territory approval.

Bait replacement

For effective control, it is necessary to replace baits several times, as other dogs

may visit the same station. Check regularly and replace baits at sites where

there is evidence of take by wild dogs. Replacement of baits should continue

until take stops.

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

TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED BY APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

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

NEIGHBOUR NOTIFICATION: 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

1080 baits or poisoned animals. The notification must specify the dates between

which baiting will occur. This notification should be in writing and should be

given to all adjoining landholders at least 72 hours in advance except where

alternative communication arrangements have been made that meet

State/Territory requirements and overall safety criteria. A record of the

notifications must be kept. Baiting must commence within ten days of notification

or else another 72 hours notice of intent to lay baits is required advising the

revised particulars.

SIGNAGE: Signage is compulsory for all lands where baiting occurs. Do not lay

baits until signage is in place. Signage must include – date baits laid, contact

numbers, toxin name, target animal and a warning that domestic animals and pets

can be affected. Users must ensure that signs are put up immediately before 1080

poisoning operations commence on the property and are placed according to

requirements specified by the relevant State/Territory. Signs must be maintained for

at least 4 weeks after the authorised period of bait lay has expired or after all untaken

baits have been collected.

DISTANCE RESTRICTIONS: Baits 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; or as specified by

State/Territory.

PRECAUTIONS:

Do not apply baits to, or in, crops which are in mid to late developmental stages.

Do not apply baits to, or in, crops if contamination of products is likely to occur.

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC AND FARM DOGS: Steps (e.g. restraint,

muzzling) need to be taken to ensure that domestic dogs do not gain access to

1080 baits or poisoned animals.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT:

Do not contaminate dams, rivers, streams, waterways or drains with the product

or used containers. This product may be toxic to some marsupial carnivores.

Where appropriate, potential risks should be reduced, by correct bait placement,

selection of the minimum effective rate, and avoidance of baiting during the main

breeding season.

To the extent possible, untaken baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting

campaign. Animal carcasses should be recovered during and for 14 days after a

baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses should be destroyed by

burning or burial according to the requirements of the State or Territory in which

use has occurred.

Do not feed baits to non-target animals including birds.

Any incidents where it is suspected that non-target animals may have been

poisoned by 1080 should be notified to State authorities.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only authorised personnel

can have access to baits. Baits must be transported and stored in such a way

that unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits. Unless approved by the

relevant State/Territory authority, users must not store baits after a baiting campaign

is complete.

Do not store the bait in a position accessible to children, livestock or

domestic pets. The pesticide is only to be kept or stored in the container, and

bearing the label, as supplied by the manufacturer. Do not allow baits to

contaminate foodstuffs, or feed, for human or non-target animal consumption.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal. Break, crush or

puncture and dispose of empty rinsed containers in a local authority landfill

and/or as specified by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 0.5 m in a disposal pit specifically marked

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

roots. Containers which have held product are not to be used for any other

purpose and must be disposed of by burning or deep burial.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Very dangerous. Poisonous if 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: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.

Phone Australia 13 11 26. If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing

and wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated area. Apply artificial

respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least

15 minutes and see a doctor.

MSDS: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet for further information.

CONDITIONS OF SALE and DISCLAIMER:

Animal Control Technologies Pty Ltd (ACTA) will not accept

responsibility for losses or damage arising from the supply or

use of these goods other than the responsibility for the

merchantable quality of the goods. To the extent allowed by

the relevant laws in each State, the liability of ACTA is limited

to the replacement of goods in the event that a valid claim of

deficiencies in merchantable quality is proven.

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To the extent possible, untaken baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting

campaign. To the extent possible, animal carcasses should be recovered during

and for 14 days after a baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses

should be destroyed by burning or burial according to the requirements of the

State or Territory in which use has occurred.

Refer to www.animalcontrol.com.au for an electronic version of State or

Territory documents

DO NOT

DO NOT

FIRST AID:

Speed in treatment is essential. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor

or Poisons Information Centre, (phone Australia 13 11 26). If skin contact occurs, re-

move contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. Remove from contaminated

area. Apply artificial respiration if not breathing. If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with

water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

This requires local advice but about 1 bait will be needed per 10 hectares. The

rate of lay for wild dog control must not exceed 10 baits per kilometre transect.

NEIGHBOURHOOD NOTIFICATION: 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

1080 baits or poisoned animals. The notification must specify the dates between

which baiting will occur. This notification should be in writing and should be given

to all adjoining landholders at least 72 hours in advance except where alternative

communication arrangements have been made that meet State/Territory

requirements and overall safety criteria. A record of the notifications must be kept.

Baiting must commence within 10 days of notification or else another 3 days notice of

intent to lay baits is required advising the revised particulars.

SIGNAGE: Signage is compulsory for all lands where baiting occurs. Do not lay baits

until signage is in place. Signage must include – date baits laid, contact numbers,

toxin name, target animal and a warning that domestic animals and pets can be

affected. Users must ensure that signs are put up immediately before 1080 poisoning

operations commence on the property and are placed according to requirements

specified by the relevant State/Territory authority. These notices must remain up for at

least 4 weeks after the authorised period of bait lay has expired or after all untaken

baits have been collected.

PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC AND FARM DOGS: Steps (e.g. restraint, muzzling)

need to be taken to ensure that domestic and farm dogs do not gain access to 1080

baits or poisoned animals. In the event of accidental poisoning seek immediate

veterinary assistance.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT:

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

or used containers.

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

Information on non-target animal distribution, conservation status, habitat preference,

diet, tolerance to 1080, body weight and size of home range can be used to reduce

poisoning risks posed by baiting programs. Time baiting programs when non-target

species are least active or least susceptible.This product may be toxic to some birds

and other native wildlife. Baits should not be laid at times when, or in locations where,

birds or other non-target wildlife are likely to be harmed by them. Bait placement and/or

bait station design should be such that non-target access is minimised. This product

may be toxic to some marsupial carnivores. Where appropriate, potential risks should

be reduced by correct bait placement, selection of the minimum effective rate, and

avoidance of baiting during the main breeding season. To the extent possible, untaken

baits should be recovered at the end of a baiting campaign. Untaken wild dog baits

should be removed after 7 days (or as per relevant State/Territory baiting program

requirements). To the extent possible, animal carcasses should be recovered during and

for 14 days after a baiting campaign. Untaken baits and animal carcasses should be

destroyed by burning or burial according to the requirements of the State/Territory in

which use has occurred.

Any incidents where it is suspected that non-target animals

may have been poisoned by 1080 should be notified to State/Territory authorities.

STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL: Only authorised personnel can

have access to baits. Baits must be transported and stored in such a way that

unauthorised personnel cannot have access to baits. Do not store the bait in a

position accessible to children, livestock or domestic pets. Unless approved by the

relevant State/Territory authority, users must not store this product after a baiting

campaign is complete. The pesticide is only to be kept, stored or transported in the

container bearing this APVMA-approved label, as supplied by the manufacturer.

Store in a secure locked facility. Safe storage is the responsibility of all persons who

are supplied with these baits. Do not allow baits to contaminate foodstuffs, or feed,

for human or non-target animal consumption.

Transport only in original containers and ensure packaging is secure before

handling. Do not reuse containers for any other purpose.

Triple rinse or pressure rinse containers before disposal. Break, crush or puncture

and dispose of empty rinsed containers in a local authority landfill and/or as

specified by relevant State/Territory requirements. If no landfill is available, bury the

containers below 0.5m in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this

purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

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Safety Data Sheet: DOGGONE® Wild Dog Bait

Date of Issue: 01 August 2016

© Animal Control Technologies (Australia) Pty Ltd

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IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER

Product Name:

DOGGONE® Wild Dog Bait

Recommended use

of the chemical

and restrictions on

use:

For the control of wild dogs

Distance restrictions apply as per State/Territory government legislation.

Only to be used in accordance with the label and any State/Territory instructions for 1080

products.

This product is only made available to approved purchasers and is not for general use by

unqualified persons and must not be made available to unapproved users. This is a

restricted chemical substance and must be stored securely.

Supplier:

Animal Control Technologies (Australia) Pty Ltd

ABN:

25 137 868 449

Street Address:

46-50 Freight Drive Somerton Vic 3062, Australia

Telephone No:

+61 3 9308 9688 (Monday to Friday, 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. EST)

Fax:

+ 61 3 9308 9622

Email:

enquiries@animalcontrol.com.au

Emergency

Telephone:

Poisons Information Centre 13 11 26 (24 hours)

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Classification of the

substance mixture:

Not classified as Hazardous according to the Globally Harmonised System of Classification

and labelling of Chemicals (GHS) including Work, Health and Safety regulations, Australia.

Not classified as Dangerous Goods according to the Australian Code for the Transport of

Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail (7th edition).

COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Components

CAS Number

Proportion (w/w)

The components in this formulation are considered not to be hazardous and therefore are not required to be

disclosed according to the WHS Regulations. Following is the information for the active constituent which is not

classified as hazardous in this formulation.

Sodium fluoroacetate (“1080”)

62-74-8

0.01%

Total active ingredient content per bait is 6 mg of sodium fluoroacetate (“1080”) poison.

FIRST AID MEASURES

Speed in treatment is essential. If poisoning occurs, contact a Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia

131126; New Zealand 0800 764 766 or a doctor. Have this SDS or the label with you.

Inhalation:

There is no inhalation risk with the product.

Skin Contact:

Absorption via intact skin is minimal but if skin contact occurs, remove contaminated

footwear and clothing and wash skin thoroughly. Take care to thoroughly cleanse area

including fingernails and scalp (if applicable). Remove from contaminated area.

Eye Contact:

If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

Sodium Fluoroacetate is water soluble and is readily dispersed with water.

Ingestion:

A primary source of poisoning with sodium fluoroacetate is the oral route. Effects may be

delayed by several hours. Seek immediate medical assistance. Note that the content of a

single bait is unlikely to cause risk in humans and no immediate or long term symptoms

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would be expected. Consumption of the contents of multiple baits would pose a risk to life.

Apply artificial respiration if not breathing.

First Aid Facilities:

Eyewash and normal washroom facilities.

Medical attention and special treatment:

The bait contains approximately 0.01% (0.1g/kg) sodium fluoroacetate (6mg per bait). Sodium fluoroacetate is

also known as ‘Compound 1080’.

It is important to ascertain the route of exposure and the quantity of baits exposed to. Sodium fluoroacetate is

readily absorbed by the oral route and acts after metabolic conversion to fluorocitrate by blocking enzymes in the

tricarboxylic acid cycle inhibiting metabolic energy production. Organs with high energy requirements such as the

heart, diaphragm and brain are most affected. Accumulation of citrate and disturbances in calcium ion levels can

lead to symptoms. Early symptoms may include nauseas, vomiting, stomach pains, tingling of the nose, numbness

of the face, nervousness. More severe symptoms include, convulsions, Laboured breathing, excitability,

hallucinations and heart attack. Treat symptomatically and supportively. Monitor for electrolyte abnormalities

and metabolic acidosis. If caught early induce vomiting, if not emesis if contraindicated because of the potential

for arrhythmia and convulsions. Consult poisons control for most up to date information. Sodium fluoroacetate is

not readily absorbed through skin and is very water soluble prompt washing in soapy water will minimise risk

after accidental skin exposure.

Mode of action:

Sodium fluoroacetate is readily absorbed by the oral route and substitutes for normal acetate once it enters

mitochondria, where it is initially converted to fluoroacetyl Coenzyme A. This process may take several hours

during which clinical signs are absent. Fluoroacetyl CoA substitutes for normal Acetyl Co-A and is readily

combined with oxaloacetate to form fluorocitrate, for downstream processing by the enzymes of the Tri

Carboxylic Acid cycle (TCA cycle). However, Fluorocitrate, unlike normal citrate, blocks the aconitase enzyme and

this prevents further processing of the fluoridated citrate. This blockade of aconitase also prevents processing of

normal citrate in mitochondria, so the production of energy (ATP, NADH) is prevented at all subsequent stages of

the TCA cycle. Normal citrate accumulates upstream of the metabolic blockade while the pyruvate pathway

continues to function temporarily. Organs with high energy requirements such as the heart, diaphragm and brain

are most affected by acute reductions in metabolic energy. Accumulation of citrate can cause chelation of extra

cellular calcium ions. Disturbances in calcium ion levels can lead to clinical symptoms as nervous function is

impeded. Early symptoms may include nauseas, vomiting, stomach pains, tingling of the nose, numbness of the

face, nervousness. More severe symptoms include tetanic convulsions, laboured breathing, excitability,

hallucinations and heart attack. Treat symptomatically and supportively. Monitor for electrolyte abnormalities

and metabolic acidosis. While prompt removal of any unabsorbed poison from the gut will reduce risks and

minimise further absorption, it is important to seek medical advice as to the risks of causing vomiting. Consult

poisons control for most up to date information. There is no proven antidote for fluoroacetate. Sub-lethal

exposures will not block all aconitase enzymes and so may result in no symptoms and in this circumstance the

fluoroacetate will be defluridated to harmless excretion products in a short time, so long as biochemical energy

supplies are available. Thus, minor exposures in less susceptible species may require no intervention. Sodium

fluoroacetate is not readily absorbed through skin and is very water soluble prompt washing in soapy water will

minimise risk after accidental skin exposure.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Suitable Extinguishing Media:

The product is non-combustible however in case of fire, use fine water spray,

normal foam, dry agent (carbon dioxide, dry chemical powder).

Hazchem Code:

None.

Specific hazards arising from the

substance or mixture:

The bait is not flammable and will not auto-ignite.

Special protective equipment

and precautions for fire-fighters:

Fire fighters should wear a respirator with an A/P filter (organic vapour +

particulate) and suitable protective clothing to prevent risk of exposure to

products of decomposition.

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ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Emergency

procedures/

Environmental

precautions:

Clear area of all unprotected personnel. If contamination of sewers or waterways has

occurred advise local emergency services.

Personal precautions/

Protective equipment:

Avoid accidents, clean up immediately. Wear protective equipment to prevent skin and

eye contact. Work up wind or increase ventilation.

Methods and

materials for

containment and

cleaning up:

Sodium fluoroacetate is water soluble. Contain - prevent run off into drains and

waterways. While wearing protective equipment, sweep-up spilt bait(s) using a broom

and shovel and place in sealed containers. Bury contaminated waste and excess

product below 500 mm. Wash any contaminated areas with soapy water and collect in

containers. Triple rinse and bury rinsate and empty containers in a local authority

landfill. If no landfill is available, bury the containers below 0.5m in a disposal pit

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

and tree roots. Empty containers should not be burnt. Do NOT re-use containers for

any other purpose.

HANDLING AND STORAGE

Precautions for safe

handling:

Keep containers closed at all times - check regularly for leaks or spills. Transport and

store upright. To avoid risks to people and environment the instructions for use are to

be followed. Avoid all contact with the product and wear protective clothing and

elbow-length PVC gloves while opening the container and handling bait. Keep out of

reach of children. Do not eat, drink or smoke in contaminated areas. Always remove

contaminated clothing and wash hands after use and before eating, drinking, smoking

or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and other protective equipment before

storage or re-use. Do not open containers indoors or in confined spaces and allow good

ventilation in working areas.

Conditions for safe

storage, including any

incompatibilities:

Store in the closed, original container in a dry, cool, well ventilated area out of direct

sunlight. Store in a locked room or place away from children, animals, food, feedstuffs,

seed and fertilisers at all times, except when required for use. Keep working dogs and

pets away from the baits as they are highly susceptible to the poison.

EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

Control Parameters:

No value assigned for this specific material by Safe Work Australia. However, the

exposure standard for the active constituent, Sodium Fluoroacetate (powder):

TWA = 0.05 mg/m

STEL = 0.15 mg/ m

As published by Safe Work Australia Workplace Exposure Standards for Airborne

Contaminants.

No biological limit allocated.

Appropriate

engineering controls:

The product formulation dilutes the concentration of sodium fluoroacetate.

Individual protection measures, such as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

The selection of PPE is dependent on a detailed risk assessment. The risk assessment should consider the work

situation, the physical form of the chemical, the handling methods, and environmental factors.

Observe good standards of hygiene and cleanliness. Always wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and

water before smoking, eating, drinking or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and other protective

equipment with detergent and warm water before storage or re-use.

Respiratory

Protection:

A respirator is not needed under normal and intended conditions of product use. However if

protection is required, consult AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716 for further information.

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Eye and Face

protection:

Eye and face protection is not needed under normal and intended conditions of product use.

However if protection is required, consult AS/NZS 1336 and AS/NZS 1337 for further

information.

Skin Protection:

Elbow-length rubber or chemical resistant gloves must be worn when opening the container

and using the product. Always check with the glove manufacturer or your personal protective

equipment supplier regarding the correct type of glove to use. Consult AS/NZS 2161 for further

information.

Trousers, long sleeved shirt or cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrists and closed in

shoes or safety footwear may also be worn when opening the container and using the product.

Consult AS/NZS 2210 and AS/NZS 2919 for further information.

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Physical state:

Individual baits are in the size 3 x 4 x 3 cm and weighs 60 g.

Colour:

Brown

Odour:

Meaty

No information available

Specific Gravity:

Not relevant

Melting Point/Freezing Point:

Not relevant

Boiling Point/range:

Not relevant

Flash Point:

No information available

Evaporation Point:

Not relevant

Vapour Pressure:

Not relevant

Vapour Density:

Not relevant

Solubility:

The bait will gradually bio-degrade when exposed to soil moisture due

to the action of bacteria and moulds commonly found in soils which

degrade both the bait matrix and the poison to harmless metabolites.

Partition coefficient: n- octanol/water

Not relevant

Auto-ignition Temperature:

Not relevant

Decomposition Temperature:

No information available

Viscosity:

Not relevant

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Reactivity:

Non-reactive under normal conditions of use.

Chemical stability:

Stable

for extended periods under normal ambient and anticipated

storage and handling conditions of temperature and pressure.

Possibility of hazardous reactions:

No information available

Conditions to avoid:

No information available

Incompatible materials:

None known.

Hazardous decomposition products:

No information available

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute toxicity:

Based on the lowest known lethal dose for humans (0.71 mg/kg bw), an 80 kg

person would have to consume approximately 56mg of fluoroacetic acid (more than

9 Doggone Wild Dog Bait 6mg in succession, to receive a potential lethal dose.

Lower doses may still cause toxic effects and there is a wide range of susceptibility

in species compared to the highly vulnerable canid species which succumb at

around 0.1mg/kg dose. There is usually period of latency between poisoning and

onset of symptoms of between 30 minutes and 3 hours. Neurological effects include

convulsion, respiratory depression, tremulousness, hallucinations and coma.

Cardiac effects include hypertension then hypotension, arrhythmias, ventricular

fibrillation and cardiac failure.

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Ingestion:

Poisonous if swallowed. Lethal doses can cause cardiac arrest.

Inhalation:

Not applicable to this formulation. There is no inhalation risk with the product

under normal circumstances.

Skin:

Avoid contact with skin. Studies with rabbits have shown that 1080 is poorly

absorbed through the skin.

Eye:

Avoid contact with eyes. Effects not known.

Respiratory or skin

sensitisation:

Not a skin sensitiser and not expected to be a respiratory sensitiser.

Germ cell mutagenicity:

Not suspected to cause genetic defects.

Carcinogenicity:

Not considered to be a carcinogenic.

Reproductive toxicity:

Not considered to be toxic to reproduction.

STOT-single exposure:

Not expected to cause toxicity to a specific target organ.

STOT-repeated exposure:

Not expected to cause toxicity to a specific target organ.

Aspiration hazard:

Not expected to be an aspiration hazard.

Chronic health effects:

Long term exposure at high doses may lead to cardiac and or testicular damage.

Studies into the effects of chronic (90 day) exposure in rats have found damage to

the heart and in males the testis, at a dose of 0.25mg/kg/day. Though some of this

damage may be reversible over time when exposure is removed.

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Ecotoxicity:

Sodium fluoroacetate is toxic to fish but is rapidly diluted in water. Sodium

fluoroacetate is readily degraded by common soil bacteria and moulds once baits

become wet in soil. Do not contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the

chemical or used containers.

Persistence/degradability:

The product is biologically degradable.

Bioaccumulative

potential:

Will not accumulate in soil or water.

Mobility in Soil:

Not relevant.

DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Disposal methods:

Refer to Waste Management Authority. Dispose of contents/container in

accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations. Break, crush or

puncture and dispose of empty containers in a local authority landfill. Triple rinse

and bury rinsate and empty baits in a local authority landfill. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 0.5m in a disposal pit specifically marked and

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

Empty containers and product must not be burnt.

Do NOT re-use containers for any

other purpose.

TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Road and Rail

Transport:

Not classified as Dangerous Goods by the criteria of the Australian Dangerous Goods Code (ADG

Code) for transport by Road and Rail; NON-DANGEROUS GOODS.

Marine

Transport:

Not classified as Dangerous Goods by the criteria of the International Maritime Dangerous

Goods Code (IMDG Code) for transport by sea; NON- DANGEROUS GOODS.

Air Transport:

Not classified as Dangerous Goods by the criteria of the International Air Transport Association

(IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations for transport by air; NON- DANGEROUS GOODS.

REGULATORY INFORMATION

Poison Schedule (SUSMP):

APVMA Approval No.:

49384

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Date of Issue: 01 August 2016

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AICS:

All the constituents of this material are either listed on the Australian Inventory of

Chemical Substances (AICS), not required due to the nature of the chemical, or have

been assessed under the National Industrial Chemicals (Notification and

Assessment) Act 1989 as amended.

OTHER INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Sodium fluoroacetate is water soluble and readily degraded by common soil

bacteria and moulds which do not have metabolic pathways inhibited by

fluoroacetate but do have defluridation mechanisms.

Do not contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemical or used

containers. Information on non-target animal distribution, conservation status,

habitat preference, diet, tolerance to 1080, body weight and size of home range can

be used to reduce poisoning risks posed by baiting programs. Time baiting

programs when non-target species are least active or least susceptible. Follow

approved label directions to minimise risks to non-target animals.

ISSUE NUMBER:

ISSUE DATE:

01 August 2016

In any event, the review and, if necessary, the re-issue of an SDS shall be no longer than 5 years after the last date

of issue.

Reason(s) for Issue:

Second issue

Revised Primary SDS and updated to GHS requirements.

LITERARY REFERENCE:

ADG Code - Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail

(7th edition)

AICS - Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances

APVMA – Agricultural Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Australia

GHS - Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (3

revised edition) 2009

IARC - International Agency for Research on Cancer

Preparation of Safety Data Sheets for Hazardous Chemicals Code of Practice

(December 2011)

STEL - Short term exposure limit means the average airborne concentration of a

substance calculated over a 15 minute period. The STEL should not be exceeded at

any time during a normal eight hour working day.

SUSMP - Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines & Poisons

SWA - Safe Work Australia, formerly ASCC and NOHSC

TGA – Therapeutic Goods Australia

TWA - Time-weighted average means the average airborne concentration of a

particular substance when calculated over an eight-hour working day, for a five-day

working week.

WHS – Workplace Health and Safety

The physical values and properties described in this SDS are typical values based on scientific literature and material produced to date, and

are believed to be reliable. Animal Control Technologies provides no warranties, either expressed or implied and assumes no

responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the data contained herein. The information is supplied upon the condition that the

persons receiving information will make their own determination as to the suitability for their purposes prior to use of this product. Due

care should be taken to ensure that the use of this product and its disposal is in compliance with all relevant Federal, State and Local

Government regulations.

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