Are You/Your Employees Prepared for a Roadside Inspection?

Several counties including Morris, Passaic, Essex, Union and Middlesex Counties have ramped up roadside pesticide inspections.


Due to the increased activity of several County Agents inspecting and fining companies for pesticide violations, the NJPMA has put together NJDEP Pesticide Compliance information for members. Here is a description of the attached documents:


1. Compliance and Enforcement gives a quick breakdown of what is required to be in compliance

2. Bross Pesticide Inspection shares what the NJDEP inspectors are looking for. The county agents are also looking for what’s on that list and the NJ ProFact Licenses.

3. Passaic County Pesticide Inspection is an actual violation.

4. Consumer Information Sheet is directly from the NJDEP Website and is required to be sent to all customers prior to a pesticide application being made.

5. Fire Department Inventory Sheets are required to be sent to annually to the local fire department if you are storing pesticides on site and not in a service vehicle.

6. Record Forms come directly from the NJDEP Website. If shows the various ways that you can document pesticide applications. Choose the one that works best for you.


Make sure that you and your employees are properly licensed if you are carrying ANY pesticides or performing pesticide applications.


NJPMA's next Basic Pesticide Training Class is on May 30th.  You can check out our entire upcoming class schedules for all categories here.

In Spanish

Make sure your employees have their Operators Licenses.  We now offer Basic Pesticide Training in Spanish.  Evening Classes Available.

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