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PDFWAC 110-305-4100

Poisons, chemicals and other substances.

(1) The licensee and program staff must:
(a) Store poisons in a locked container inaccessible to children and where poisons will not contaminate food;
(b) If poisons are not in the original container, clearly label the container with the name of the product and the words "poison" or "toxic."
(2) The following chemicals and other substances that belong to the program or program staff must be stored inaccessible to children:
(a) Nail polish remover;
(b) Sanitizers and disinfectants;
(c) Household cleaners and detergents;
(d) Toxic plants;
(e) Plant fertilizer;
(f) Ice melt products;
(g) Pool chemicals;
(h) Pesticides or insecticides;
(i) Fuels, oil, lighter fluid, or solvents;
(j) Matches or lighters;
(k) Air freshener or aerosols;
(l) Personal grooming products including, but not limited to:
(i) Lotions, creams, or toothpaste;
(ii) Liquid, powder, or cream personal hygiene products;
(iii) Shampoo, conditioners, hair gels or hair sprays;
(iv) Makeup or cosmetics;
(m) Dish soap, dishwasher soap or additives;
(n) Tobacco products, including cigarette/cigar butts and contents of ashtrays; and
(o) Alcohol, opened or unopened.
(3) The licensee and program staff must:
(a) Keep a material safety data sheet on-site for all chemicals used or present on-site;
(b) Store pesticides in their original container; and
(c) Store cleaning and sanitizing chemicals in their original containers unless they are diluted, in which case the licensee may store them in an alternate container labeled to indicate the container's contents.
[WSR 18-14-078, recodified as § 110-305-4100, filed 6/29/18, effective 7/1/18. Statutory Authority: Chapter 43.215 RCW. WSR 12-23-057, § 170-297-4100, filed 11/19/12, effective 12/20/12.]
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