First Aid—How do I get ready for an emergency?
What should I do if someone collapses while they are using pesticides, or working in a field?
REMEMBER: Tell the emergency responders about the pesticide(s). Also, remember that pesticides may not be the problem. It could, for instance, be a heart attack.
What should I do if someone swallows a pesticide?
What should I do if I get sick from pesticides?
If you have a pesticide label, know what the label says about first aid.
How can pesticides get into my body?
There are four ways:
To Stop a Person from Breathing in Pesticides:
Pesticides on your Skin—
To Get Pesticides Off Your Skin:
Be sure to wash any clothes that have pesticides on them separately and completely before wearing them again. Ask your employer for a copy of the A-7 safety leaflet for information on how to wash clothes safely.
To Get Pesticides Out of your Eyes:
What do I need to tell the doctor?
Always tell your employer if someone gets sick or hurt at work.
Source: MaintainX (Community Member)