74. A person who applies pesticides on trees, shrubs or lawns on a golf course must post a sign at the registration desk and at the tee off area of each hole where the pesticide is applied.
Each sign posted at a tee off area must measure 12.7 cm by 17.7 cm, be conspicuous, weather resistant and contain the following information:
(1) at the top of the sign, the words “TRAITEMENT AVEC PESTICIDES”;
(2) under the above warning, the following items:
i. “Lieu d’application:” (tee off area, alleyway, sand trap, green or rough)
ii. “Date et heure d’application:”
iii. “Ingrédient actif:”
iv. “Numéro d’homologation:”
v. “Numéro de certificat:”
vi. “Titulaire de certificat: (initials):”
vii. “Centre Anti-Poison du Québec:”
including, for each item above, information on the location of application, the date and time of application, the common name of the active ingredient of the pesticide used, the registration number of the pesticide, the certificate number of the person responsible for the work, the name and initials of that person and the telephone number of the Centre Anti-Poison du Québec.
The sign posted on the tee off area may not contain any information other than the information prescribed in the second paragraph and must remain in place for at least 24 hours after the pesticide application.
The sign posted at the registration desk must bear the information respecting the hole numbers and the locations treated with pesticides for each hole.