Massachusetts Rights of Way Course

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Rights of Way Course

Rights of way are designated areas involved in the transportation of people, goods, and services. In this applicator recertification ceu course, you will find a full survey of information on rights of way including definitions, precautions, methods of control, types of herbicides to use at rights of way, and lists of different rights of way with their respective pest control goals.

Module 1 Introduction
Unit 1 Introduction to Rights of Way
Module 2 Rights of Way Defined
Unit 1 Rights of Way Defined
Module 3 List of Right of Way Sites/Goals of Pest Control Programs
Unit 1 Roadsides
Unit 2 Railroads
Unit 3 Public Utilities
Unit 4 Construction Sites
Unit 5 Other Types of Rights of Way
Module 4 Precautions to take with Rights of Way Pest Control
Unit 1 Precautions to take with Rights of Way Pest Control
Module 5 Methods of Control
Unit 1 Prevention
Unit 2 Mechanical Controls
Unit 3 Cultural Controls
Unit 4 Biological Controls
Unit 5 Chemical Controls
Module 6 Types of Herbicides
Unit 1 Types of Herbicides
Module 7 Quiz
Unit 1 Must Score At Least 70% To Pass


Welcome to this CEU on Rights of Way. My name is Zach McCulley, your instructor. This course is designed to give you complete familiarity regarding all things rights of way. As I take you through the course, be sure to take notes on each section, as there will be a comprehensive exam at the end. Good Luck!

Zach McCulley

Zach McCulley - Instructor

Massachusetts Course Approval

CourseCourse NumberCEU
Rights of Way2015-0003101hr. Category 40

CEU Pricing: $15 each

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Applicator Recertification Requirements

Applicator Recertification Requirements

All pesticide applicators and Licensed Dealers are required to accumulate these contact hours every (3) three years. The number of contact hours required is as follows:

  • Dealer License - 3 hrs.
  • Commercial Applicator License - 6 hrs.
  • Private Certification - 12 hrs. (per category)
  • Commercial Certification - 12 hrs. (per category)

At the end of your three year cycle you may be audited to verify that you have attended approved continuing education. If you do not attend the required number of contact hours you will not be able to renew your license or certification. In order to obtain a future license you would have to take the necessary exam(s) again.

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