Active Ingredient: Permethrin
Human Health Risk Assessment and Mitigation
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Risk Characterization Documents (RCDs) estimate the nature and likelihood of adverse health effects in humans who may be exposed to pesticides.

Other Documents

  • January 2008 – Request for Worker Health and Safety Study on Residue Transfer from Insecticidal Cattle Ear Tags (PDF)
  • June 2004 – The Occurrence and Concentration of Esfenvalerate and Permethrin in Water and Sediment in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Watersheds (PDF)
  • March 2003 – Report of Ambient Air Monitoring for Pesticides in Lompoc, California
  • December 1999 – Significance of Dermal Dose Levels in Dermal Absorption Studies of Pesticides (PDF)
  • May 1999 – Dermal Absorption of Molinate, Napropamide, Permethrin, Dichlorvos, and Hydrogen Cyanamide in Rats (PDF)
  • November 1998 – Final Report for the 1997 Permethrin Air Monitoring
    • Appendices
  • February 1997 – Use Information and Air Monitoring Recommendation for the Pesticide Active Ingredient Permethrin (PDF)
  • 1995 – Pesticide Inhalation Exposure, Air Concentration, and Droplet Size Spectra from Greenhouse Fogging (PDF)
  • September 1992 – Foliar and Non-target Deposition from Conventional and Reduced-Volume Pesticide Application in Greenhouses (PDF)
  • February 1988 – A General Survey of Foliar Pesticide Residues and Air Concentration Levels Following Various Greenhouse Applications, 1986 (PDF)

For content questions, contact:

Ann Schaffner
Worker Health and Safety Branch
1001 I Street, P.O. Box 4015
Sacramento, CA 95812-4015
Phone: (916) 445-4222
E-mail: Ann.Schaffner@cdpr.ca.gov

Kara James
Pesticide Registration Branch
1001 I Street, P.O. Box 4015
Sacramento, CA 95812-4015
Phone: (916) 324-3523
E-mail: Kara.James@cdpr.ca.gov