- Warehouse selection. When the pesticide warehouse is located, avoid close to residential houses, schools, hospitals, commercial areas, food stores or crowded places; avoid areas that may be affected by floods or pollute drinking water; separate offices, catering and living from warehouses; keep warehouses ventilated Light-transmitting; set up spacious entrances and emergency exits.
- Take strict precautions against fire and theft. The following work should be done well: smoking is strictly prohibited; electricity is used; fire prevention and fire extinguishing devices (such as fire extinguishers) should be provided, and water should be convenient; the warehouse wall should be made of cement structure or steel materials, and at the same time, ensure that the warehouse is firm and can prevent theft.
- Pesticide warehouses and custodians should be kept clean and hygienic. Pesticide warehouses must be kept in good sanitation, floors and shelves are cleaned regularly, and industrial vacuum cleaners can be used to clean the warehouse.
The custodians should be equipped with work clothes and protective gloves, and they should wear protective clothing even when moving tightly packaged products. It must be noted that there is no contact with pesticides under normal conditions, and care must be taken when the packaging is damaged or pesticides are spilled. Protective equipment includes non-permeable gloves, rubber boots, polyvinyl chloride apron, eye protection and face shield, etc. Wash hands with soap after handling pesticides. Do not work, eat, etc. in the warehouse.
- Isolated storage and separate storage. For highly toxic, flammable, corrosive, oxidizable and volatile pesticides (such as dichlorvos, bifenthrin, omethoate, phoxim, etc.), they should be stored in separate rooms from general pesticides; Pesticides, pesticides, herbicides, and plant growth regulators are stored in groups according to different categories to avoid confusion, and at the same time, they cannot be stacked too high.