Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 110 Part 2.djvu/700

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110 STAT. 1492 PUBLIC LAW 104-170—AUG. 3, 1996 tion establish a procedure for accomplishing the periodic review of registrations. The goal of these regulations shall be a review of a pesticide's registration every 15 years. No registration shall be canceled as a result of the registration review process unless the Administrator follows the procedures and substantive requirements of section 6. "(B) LIMITATION.— Nothing in this subsection shall prohibit the Administrator from undertaking any other review of a pesticide pursuant to this Act. "(2)(A) DATA. —The Administrator shall use the authority in subsection (c)(2)(B) to require the submission of data when such data are necessary for a registration review. "(B) DATA SUBMISSION, COMPENSATION, AND EXEMPTION. — For purposes of this subsection, the provisions of subsections (c)(1), (c)(2)(B), and (c)(2)(D) shall be utilized for and be applicable to any data required for registration review.". Subtitle B—Training for Maintenance Applicators and Service Technicians SEC. 120. MAINTENANCE APPLICATORS AND SERVICE TECHNICIANS DEFINITIONS. Section 2 (7 U.S.C. 136), as amended by section 106, is amended by adding at the end the following: "(jj) MAINTENANCE APPLICATOR. —The term 'maintenance applicator' means any individual who, in the principal course of such individual's employment, uses, or supervises the use of, a pesticide not classified for restricted use (other than a ready to use consumer products pesticide); for the purpose of providing structural pest control or lawn pest control including janitors, general maintenance personnel, sanitation personnel, and grounds maintenance personnel. The term 'maintenance applicator' does not include private applicators as defined in section 2(e)(2); individuals who use antimicrobial pesticides, sanitizers or disinfectants; individuals employed by Federal, State, and local governments or any political subdivisions thereof, or individuals who use pesticides not classified for restricted use in or around their homes, boats, sod farms, nurseries, greenhouses, or other noncommercial property. "(kk) SERVICE TECHNICIAN. — The term 'service technician' means any individual who uses or supervises the use of pesticides (other than a ready to use consumer products pesticide) for the purpose of providing structural pest control or lawn pest control on the property of another for a fee. The term 'service technician' does not include individuals who use antimicrobial pesticides, sanitizers or disinfectants; or who otherwise apply ready to use consumer products pesticides.". SEC. 121. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAINING OF MAINTENANCE APPLICATORS AND SERVICE TECHNICIANS. The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (7 U.S.C. 136 et seq.) is amended— 7 USC 136X, (1) by redesignating sections 30 and 31 as sections 33 I36y. and 34, respectively; and (2) by adding after section 29 the following: