MDHHS's Pesticide Illness and Injury Surveillance Program gathers reports of pesticide exposures that result in acute illnesses and injuries and provides Michigan citizens with reliable information to understand and safely use pesticides. Occupational disease reporting procedures and forms are at http://www.oem.msu.edu/ReportForm.aspx.
The Florida Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and the Florida Department of Health – Bureau of Epidemiology developed a free training program for healthcare providers titled “Recognition, Management and Reporting of Acute Pesticide Poisonings in Florida”. The reporting information is specific to Florida, but the medical information is applicable anywhere.
Pesticide Information Resources provides over 150 links to websites containing general homeowner information on pesticides; children and pesticides; mosquitoes and other pests; lawn and garden care; alternatives to chemical pesticides; and other topics.
Home Pesticide and Disinfectant Fact Sheet
Pool Chemical Safety Fact Sheet
Zinc Phosphide Fact Sheet - Information for Pet Owners
2016 Occupational Pesticide Illness and Injury Fact Sheet
2015 Occupational Pesticide Illness and Injury Fact Sheet
2014 Occupational Pesticide Illness and Injury Fact Sheet
2013 Occupational Pesticide Illness and Injury Fact Sheet
2010 Occupational Pesticide Illness and Injury Fact Sheet
Bed Bug Pesticide Health Advisory
Michigan Occupational Pesticide Illness and Injury Brochure - English
Michigan Occupational Pesticide Illness and Injury Brochure - Spanish
What You Need to Know About Pesticides and Your Health
Annual reports summarizing pesticide poisoning surveillance data, with case narratives, are available.
Disinfectant Report: 2006-2013
What should you do if you've become sick due to a pesticide exposure?
If you have recently been exposed to a pesticide and are experiencing symptoms, contact Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222 or call your physician.
To report a misuse of pesticides, contact the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) at 1-800-292-3939.
For more information, contact the Pesticide Surveillance Coordinator at 1-800-MI-TOXIC (1-800-648-6942) or firstname.lastname@example.org.