Health Canada’s Health-Related Videos & Transcripts – The Safety Of Pest Control Products – 2019 08 15 & 2019 04 12

 

 

 

Background Information    Summary

 

The Wisdom Of REAL Expert-Scientists
At Health Canada Who Speak-Out
Against Pesticide-Hating Fanat
жcism

 

 

Health Canada helps protect the Canadian public by researching, assessing and collaborating in the management of the health risks and safety hazards associated with the many consumer products that Canadians use every day. 

 

Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA ) regulates pest control products in Canada. 

 

PMRA requires thorough scientific reviews and safety assessments to ensure that pest control products meet strict health and environmental standards and are shown to have value. 

 

Pest control products are one of the most stringently regulated products in Canada. 

 

It employs over 350 doctorate-level experts and leading scientific experts on pest control products. 

 

Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency has the ESSENTIAL expertise on pest control products. 

 

Health Canada’s REAL expert-scientists speak-out against pesticide-hating fanatжcism. 

 

Health Canada has created a Health-Related Video Gallery that contains the following fact-statements   

 

FACT Pest control products WILL NOT HARM the environment when they are used properly. 

 

FACT Pest control products are NOT HARMING you or your family. 

 

FACT Health Canada scientists are working to make sure that all pest control products made and sold in Canada CAN BE USED SAFELY. 

 

FACT Health Canada scientists need to be convinced that NO HARM is going to result from the proper use of a product before it is approved its use. 

 

FACT A pest control product may only be used after Health Canada’s scientists have confirmed that it WILL NOT HARM the environment. 

 

FACT Health Canada scientists evaluate hundreds of different scientific studies so that they can be sure that pest control products CAN BE USED SAFELY, and that human health and the environment WILL BE PROTECTED. 

 

FACT Health Canada scientists evaluate hundreds of studies on the potential human health effects and the ways people can be exposed to a pest control product. 

 

FACT Special attention is paid by Health Canada’s scientists to possible effects on more sensitive groups of people, like pregnant women, infants, children, and the elderly. 

 

FACT The instruction and safety precautions that appear on the product label are there to protect you and the environment. 

 

FACT Thanks to Health Canada’s scientists, pest control products approved for use CAN BE USED SAFELY. 

 

See the next segments for more details. 

 

 

 

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August 15th, 2019

 

Health Canada’s Health-Related Video Gallery

 

Selected And Adapted Excerpts

 

Reference   

 

Health Canada — Pesticides, Is There A Risk To The Environment ? — Transcript Of Video

 

Reference — Health Canada — 2019 08 15 — Pesticides, Is There A Risk To The Environment — Transcript Of Video

 

 

 

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The Wisdom Of Health Canada

 

Speaking-Out Against Pesticide-Hating Fanatжcism About Risks To The Environment 

 

 

 

FACT-STATEMENTS 

 

 

Pesticides Will Not Harm The Environment

When They Are Used Properly

 

A Pesticide May Only Be Used After

Health Canada’s Scientists Have Confirmed

That It Will Not Harm The Environment

 

The Instruction & Safety Precautions That

Appear On The Pesticide Product Label Are

There To Protect You & The Environment

 

 

 

TRANSCRIPT 

 

 

Narrator   

 

Canada’s environment is filled with many wonders. 

 

From our vast forests and lakes of clean fresh water, to the fertile land where we grow food for much of the world. 

 

Canada has its share of native pests. 

 

However, changes in climate and movement of people and goods can bring in new, invasive pests.  [ See next segment. ] 

 

Both types of pests can threaten our natural resources, crops and gardens. 

 

Pest control products play an important role in managing pests. 

 

So how can we be sure that pest control products are not damaging the environment they are designed to protect ? 

 

Scientists at Health Canada care about this too   

 

They work to make sure pest control products won’t harm the environment when they are used properly. 

 

Before a pest control product is approved for use, Health Canada scientists complete a thorough, science-based risk assessment to determine if these products can be used safely. 

 

This includes evaluating hundreds of studies to understand potential effects on birds, fish, mammals, plants and insects. 

 

As part of the risk assessment, Health Canada scientists look at EXPOSURE to pest control products in the environment. 

 

Which includes when, where, and how much pest control product could come into contact with plants and wildlife. 

 

They also examine the potential effects a pest control product may have on plants and animals. 

 

Scientists look at many laboratory and field studies on a wide variety of species. 

 

Once the scientists have studied the product’s exposure and effects, they determine the potential level of the risk to the environment. 

 

They then figure out the best way to manage these risks. 

 

Managing risk can include restricting how and where a pest control product can be used. 

 

A pest control product may only be used in Canada after Health Canada’s scientists have confirmed that it won’t harm the environment. 

 

The instruction and safety precautions that appear on the product label are there to protect you and the environment. 

 

So, the next time you need to use a pest control product, look for the registration number to make sure the product is authorized for use by Health Canada. 

 

And remember to follow the directions on the label. 

 

All of these steps are taken to protect you, your family, and the environment. 

 

For more information, go to Canada.ca/pesticides 

 

A message from the government of Canada. 

 

 

 

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Background Information

 

Up-To-Date Information About
Invasive Pests Protects Our
Forest & Urban Environments

 

 

Throughout the month of August, residents and professionals must check their properties for signs of pests of concern that can harm and kill plants, can cause serious damage to our economy, and can destroy the urban environment with catastrophic ecological carnage. 

 

Pests of concern include      Asian Long-Horned Beetle    Box Tree Moth    Emerald Ash Borer    Hemlock Woolly Adelgid    Japanese Beetle    Oak Wilt    Spotted Lantern-Fly. 

 

European Chafer must also be considered a pest of concern.  Anti-pesticide prohibitions against insect-control-products have led to the self-inflicted catastrophic ecological carnage of the European Chafer in the urban landscape.  There is no hope for controlling infestations of European Chafer unless prohibitions are rescinded.  To protect the urban environment, the federal government must designate the European Chafer insect as a pest of concern, and end all prohibitions against safe & effective insect-control-products. 

 

Despite Japanese Beetle being officially designated as a pest of concern, it will have completely infested British Columbia’s Lower Mainland because of inept-incompetency and political-cowardice by municipal government officials who have recklessly & arbitrarily prohibited safe & effective conventional insect-control-products have become the object of reckless and arbitrary prohibitions.  Residents and professionals have had to get used to destroyed and ravaged lawns in their urban environment since they are prohibited from using these safe and effective products. 

 

Even though Emerald Ash Borer has been designated as a pest of concern, by the time plant symptoms are noticeable, it is already too late to do anything to save the infested trees.  There is currently NO cure for an Emerald Ash Borer infestation, but if pro-active steps are taken, conventional insect-control treatments that are, in fact, scientifically-safe, WILL effectively control this damaging insect.  So-called green alternatives, like TreeAzin injections, provide marginal control at best.  If TreeAzin is the only option, then it would be better that municipalities DO NOTHING rather than use TreeAzin.  Residents and professionals may simply have to get used to the sound of chain saws in our urban environment !   

 

 

 

Explore the following links about our urban environment   

 

 

Invasive Pests In Canada LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2019/08/15/warning-invasive-pests-in-canada-up-to-date-information-2019-07-31/

 

 

Killer Plants In The Landscape — Taxus LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-WARNING-Killer-Plants-in-the-Landscape-Taxus-2011-07-07-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

 

 

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Health Canada -- Pesticides, Is There A Risk To The Environment -- Video Recording -- LONG VERSION -- 05 Minutes 31 Seconds 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Health Canada -- Pesticides, Is There A Risk To The Environment -- Video Recording -- SHORT VERSION -- 02 Minutes 13 Seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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August 15th, 2019

 

Health Canada’s Health-Related Video Gallery

 

Selected And Adapted Excerpts

 

Reference   

 

Health Canada — Pesticides, Is There A Risk To Health ? — Transcript Of Video

 

Reference — Health Canada — 2019 08 15 — Pesticides, Is There A Risk To Health — Transcript Of Video

 

 

 

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The Wisdom Of Health Canada

 

Speaking-Out Against Pesticide-Hating Fanatжcism About Risks To Health 

 

 

 

FACT-STATEMENTS 

 

 

Thanks To Health Canada’s Scientists,
Pesticides Approved For Use Can Be Used Safely

 

Special Attention Is Paid By Health Canada’s Scientists

To Possible Effects On More Sensitive Groups Of People,

Like Pregnant Women, Infants, Children, & The Elderly

 

Health Canada Scientists Evaluate Hundreds Of

Studies On The Potential Human Health Effects &

The Ways People Can Be Exposed To A Pesticide

 

Pesticides Are NOT Harming You Or Your Family

 

 

 

TRANSCRIPT 

 

 

Narrator   

 

No matter where we are, pest control products touch many aspects of our everyday lives…

 

  from growing healthy food and protecting us from tick and mosquito borne diseases   

 

  to making sure our homes are free from unwanted pests. 

 

So how can you be sure that pest control products are NOT harming you or your family ? 

 

Thanks to Health Canada’s scientists, pest control products approved for use in Canada can be used safely. 

 

Before a pest control product can be sold or used in Canada, a thorough science-based risk assessment is done. 

 

Like many things in our lives, pest control products can pose some risks, but it all depends on the potential effects of the product and how we are exposed to it. 

 

Health Canada scientists evaluate hundreds of studies on the potential human health effects and the ways people can be exposed to a pest control product. 

 

People may come into contact with pest control products through the skin, diet, or by breathing them in. 

 

In conducting a risk assessment, they look at people who apply pest control products, and anyone else that could be exposed following its use. 

 

Special attention is paid to possible effects on more sensitive groups of people, like pregnant women, infants, children, and the elderly. 

 

All of these things are considered as part of Health Canada’s risk assessment. 

 

Once these scientists have fully studied the exposure and effects, they are able to determine the potential level of risk posed by the product. 

 

Managing risks can include restricting how, where, and when a pest control product can be used to minimize exposure to people applying it and anyone around them. 

 

Directions for use and warnings on approved product labels can include    wearing gloves, only using the product in well-ventilated areas, and keeping pest control products out of reach of children and pets.

 

So, the next time you need to use a pest control product, look for the registration number to make sure the product is authorized for use by Health Canada   

 

And remember to follow the directions on the label. 

 

All of these steps are taken to protect you, your family and the environment. 

 

For more information, go to: Canada.ca/pesticides 

 

A message from the government of Canada. 

 

 

 

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Health Canada -- Pesticides, Is There A Risk To Health -- Video Recording -- 02 Minutes 11 Seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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April 12th, 2019

 

Health Canada’s Health-Related Video Gallery

 

Selected And Adapted Excerpts

 

Reference   

 

Health Canada — What Do Health Canada Scientists Do ? — Transcript Of Video

 

Reference — Health Canada — 2019 04 12 — What Do Health Canada Scientists Do — Transcript Of Video

 

 

 

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The Wisdom Of Health Canada

 

Speaking-Out Against Pesticide-Hating Fanatжcism About REAL Expert-Scientists  

 

 

 

FACT-STATEMENTS 

 

 

Health Canada Scientists Need To Be Convinced
That NO Harm Is Going To Result From The Proper
Use Of A Product Before It Is Approved Its Use

 

Health Canada Scientists Evaluate Hundreds Of

Different Scientific Studies So That They Can Be

Sure That Pesticides Can Be Used Safely, & That

Human Health & The Environment Will Be Protected 

 

Health Canada Scientists Are Working To Make Sure That
All Pesticides Made & Sold In Canada Can Be Used Safely
 

 

 

 

TRANSCRIPT 

 

 

Narrator    Pest control products and other pest control products touch many aspects of your everyday life    from growing healthy food, to making sure your home is clean and safe, to keeping pesky rodents away. 

 

Described Video    A mother and her son are in the kitchen.  The son grabs an apple and leaves the scene as various bubbles with images such as a farmer, a man painting a wall, a hand cleaning the counter with ants in the background, a mouse and someone spraying insect repellent onto their arm appear on screen. 

 

Now, you may be wondering « should I be worried about this ? » 

 

You shouldn’t. 

 

Health Canada scientists are working to make sure that all pest control products made and sold in Canada can be used safely. 

 

But how ?

 

Described Video    The mother in the kitchen transitions to her job as a scientist standing in an office within a laboratory.  She walks over to a beaker filled with liquid and picks it up.

 

Narrator    Before a pest control product can be put on the store shelf, Health Canada scientists evaluate hundreds of different scientific studies so that they can be sure it can be used safely, and that human health and the environment will be protected. 

 

Described Video    A man and his dog are sitting on a backyard deck.  The screen zooms into two bubbles that show the man’s hand painting the fence and putting a flea collar on the dog.  The man throws a ball into the house and the dog chases it.  The scene transitions to his job as a scientist and is standing in an office with a laboratory and looking at his lap-top. 

 

These scientists need to be convinced that NO harm is going to result from the proper use of a product before Health Canada will approve its use. 

 

Described Video    The male scientist picks up a file folder and starts reading it.  A thought bubble appears with farm crops within it and a green check mark is placed over top. 

 

Narrator    Science is constantly improving and we continue to learn more and more about how the world around us works. 

 

Described Video    Another male scientist is in an office within a laboratory thinking back to his daughters playing in the pool while he barbeques.  A dotted line appears from the pool to a bubble with a hand placing a jug of pool cleaner on a table and a green check mark appears over the kids playing in the pool. 

 

So how can you be sure that an older product that was once considered to be safe is still safe today ? 

 

Health Canada scientists use the latest scientific knowledge and procedures to re-evaluate authorized pest control products on an ongoing basis.  If they’re no longer safe, they will have to be changed or taken off the market all together. 

 

Described Video    The male scientist is reading through a file folder and places it in a file box marked with a green check mark.  He starts reading another file and places it into another box marked with a red X.

 

Narrator    Only authorized pest control products can be sold or used in Canada, and they must be used as directed. 

 

Described Video    Four scientists are talking. 

 

Health Canada compliance inspectors conduct regular inspections of workplaces and retailers.   They make sure that only authorized products are being sold in Canada and that they are being used correctly.  This can include examining documents, labels and facilities, and gather samples to be tested.

 

Described Video    A female scientist is on a farm talking with a farmer and collecting samples. 

 

Narrator    So, the next time you need to purchase a pest control product, read the label and look for the registration number to make sure the product is authorized for use by Health Canada. 

 

Described Video    A female character and a toddler are in a store looking at insect repellent.  A close-up of the insect repellent bottle shows the registration number on it. 

 

Remember, all of these steps are taken to protect you, your family and the environment. 

 

Described Video    All four of the scientists are standing on a farm. 

 

For more information visit canada.ca/pesticides 

 

Described Video    For more information visit canada.ca/pesticides appears on screen. 

 

 

 

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Health Canada -- What Do Health Canada Scientists Do ? -- Video Recording -- 02 Minutes 11 Seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Background Information

 

More Wisdom From Health Canada

 

 

Explore the following links 

 

 

 

Health Canada & Pest Control Products

 

 

Products Evaluated As Acceptable For Continued Registration LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/06/25/pesticides-evaluated-as-acceptable-for-continued-registration-by-health-canada-2013-03-31/

 

 

Products Removed Or Proposed For Removal LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/06/12/pesticides-removed-or-proposed-for-removal-by-health-canada-2013-03-31/

 

 

Re-Entry Intervals — Label Directions For Applications On Turfgrasses LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2017/10/23/update-re-entry-intervals-label-statements-for-applications-on-turfgrasses-2017-10-23/

 

 

Pesticides Are Health-Canada-Approved — Listen To Mr Lindsay Hanson LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/dirtybit//LHansonPMRAottawaPesticideSafety.mp3

 

 

Importing Unregistered Products For Personal Use LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2017/11/04/health-canada-importation-update-unregistered-pest-control-products-for-personal-use-the-library-of-incident-reports-2017-10-18/

 

 

Scientific Studies Using Dogs — The Yeary Dog Study LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/03/15/health-canada-scientific-studies-using-dogs-the-yeary-dog-study-people-for-the-ethical-treatment-of-animals-peta-2016-03-06/

 

 

Management Actions On The Safety Of Pest Control Products — Response To The 2015 Audit LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/01/30/health-canadas-management-actions-on-the-safety-of-pest-control-products-response-to-the-2015-audit-2016-01-26/

 

 

Uncoupling ( i.e. Prohibiting ) Of Fertilizer-Pesticide Combination Products For Turf Uses LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Force-Of-Nature-Fertilizer-TERROR-Health-Canada-2010-02-02-Terror-NEVER-Ends-Uncoupling-of-Weed-N-Weed-pdf.pdf

 

 

The Library Of References LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/pest-control-products-health-canada-epa/

 

 

The Library Of Incident Reports — Blog LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2019/08/24/the-wisdom-of-health-canada-incident-reports-2019-08-24/

 

 

The Library Of Incident Reports — Web-Page LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/incident-reports/

 

 

The Library Of Approved Product Labels LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/labels/

 

 

Spray Drift In Residential Areas LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2010/10/21/health-canada-faq-pesticide-spray-drift-in-residential-areas/

 

 

The Wisdom Of REAL Experts Who Speak Out LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2014/11/14/the-wisdom-of-real-experts-who-speak-out-against-the-conspiracy-to-impose-reckless-and-arbitrary-prohibition-against-conventional-pest-control-products-2014-11-14/

 

 

 

Health Canada & 2,4-D Herbicide

 

 

Re-Evaluation DecisionOne Of The Most Comprehensive Science Reviews In Canadian History — The Lawn Is Safe LINK

 

http://uncleadolph.blogspot.com/2010/03/lawn-is-safe-national-post-2008-article.html

 

 

Re-Evaluation Decision — Reference LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Reference-24-D-2008-05-16-Re-Evaluation-Decision-Health-Canada.pdf

 

 

 

Health Canada & Glyphosate Herbicide

 

 

Continued Registration Has Been Granted LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2019/01/31/glyphosate-herbicide-health-canada-has-granted-continued-registration-2019-01-11/

 

 

Re-Evaluation Plan LINK

 

http://uncleadolph.blogspot.com/2010/03/glyphosate-roundup-reevaluation-plan.html

 

 

 

Health Canada & Neonicotinoid Insecticides

 

 

Imidacloprid & Preliminary Pollinator Assessment, With Overall Conclusions — Slide Presentation LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/02/09/health-canada-pest-management-regulatory-agency-pmra-update-imidacloprid-preliminary-pollinator-assessment-with-overall-conclusions-laura-feeny-regional-pesticide-officer/

 

 

Ontario’s Regulations Put Farmers At A Competitive Disadvantage — PMRA & EPA Say There Is No Potential Risk To Bees As A Result Of On-Label Use Of Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/01/30/the-problem-of-forming-agricultural-polices-on-internet-trends/

 

 

Regulatory Reviews Show Slim Risk To Bees LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/01/14/there-is-no-bee-crisis-regulatory-reviews-show-that-there-is-a-slim-risk-to-bees-from-neonicotinoid-insecticides-2016-01-06/

 

 

 

Health Canada & Ontario

 

 

Ontario’s Regulations Put Farmers At A Competitive Disadvantage — PMRA & EPA Say There Is No Potential Risk To Bees As A Result Of On-Label Use Of Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2016/01/30/the-problem-of-forming-agricultural-polices-on-internet-trends/

 

 

Standing Committee On Social Policy — Mr Lindsay Hanson — Slide Show LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Slide-Show-Health-Canada-Pest-Management-Regulatory-Agency-Hanson-2008-06-09.pdf

 

 

 

Health Canada & British Columbia

 

 

Province Doesn’t Need Pesticide Ban — Experts Are Toxicologists, Doctors & Scientist Whose Expertise Is In The Field Of Pesticides — Health Canada Would Be A Good Start — Ms Jacquie Doherty LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2011/03/21/hero-b-c-doesn%E2%80%99t-need-pesticide-ban-letters-kamloops-daily-news/

 

 

 

Health Canada & Pesticide-Hating Fanatжcs

 

 

Ontario College Of Family Physicians LINK

 

http://uncleadolph.blogspot.com/2010/03/questions-and-answers-ontario-college.html

 

 

Neil Arya LINK

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Force-Of-Nature-OCFP-2008-05-22-Culprit-Arya-Ontario-Conspiracy-Health-Canada-PCP-Used-Safely-pdf.pdf

 

 

J K Cottam LINK

 

http://uncleadolph.blogspot.com/2010/03/kj-cottam-questions-and-answers-from-24.html

 

 

Allan Taylor LINK

 

http://uncleadolph.blogspot.com/2010/03/allan-taylor-questions-and-answers-from.html

 

 

 

Health Canada Link To Web-Site

 

 

Pesticides & Pest Management LINK

 

http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/cps-spc/pest/index-eng.php

 

 

 

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