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STATISTICAL COMMISSION : COMMITTEE ON STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION : THE PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (SUBMITTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVES OF CANADA AND OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)
Chapter Item 24 MANUFACTURE OF WEARING APPAREL AND OTHER MADE -UP TEXTILE GOODS XVII 241 Manufacture of Wearing Apparel Except Footwear 39 242 Manufacture of Footwear Except Rubber Footwear 40 243 Manufacture of Made-Up Textile Goods Except Clothing 41 25 250 MANUFACTURES OF WOOD AND CORK EXCEPT MANUFACTURE Part of 25, 27, OF FURNITURE XII Part of 26 26 260 MANUFACTURE OF FURNITURE AND FIXTURES P. of XII Part of 26 27 lJT..ANUFACTURE OF PAPER AI\1]) PAPER PRODUCTS XIII 271 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills 28 272 Manufacture of Articles of Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard 29 28 280 PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES P. of XIV 30 29 MAl\Tf.JFACTURE OF LEATEER AND LEATEER PRODUCTS EXCEPT FOOTWEAR P. of XV 291 Tanneriee and Leather Finishing Plants 32 292 Manufacture of Leather Products Except Footwear and Wearing Apparel 34 30 300 :rt! (...) Manufacture of Leather Prod~cts Except Footwear and Other Wearing Apparel Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather products except footwear en.d o t;her 'Jeering apparel such as luggage, handbags, pocketbooks_, ce.rd, cigarette and key cases, coin purposes, checkbook covers, saddlery, harness, 'tlhips anrl other articles made of leather or leather substi.tnteo. Manufacturing of boot and shoe cut stock and findings also to be included • .MANUFACTURE OF RUBBER PRODUCTS Establishments manufacturing from natural or synthetic rubber, gutta percha., balata, or gutta siak, all kinds of rubber products such as tires, rubber footwear, mechanical rubber goods, and rubber sundries.
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Score: 1361720.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=E/CN.3/C.1/3&Lang=E
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UNECE GUIDE TO FIELD POTATO INSPECTION
Inspector hygiene: Upon completion of daily field inspection, on a farm unit, and at the end of each day, clean footwear and equipment prior to leaving the premises. (...) If wearing disposable gear, discard and replace with new gear, (i.e. Tyvek pants). Footwear and other non-disposable equipment and protective clothing, required to conduct field inspection, should be cleaned. (...) If it is not possible to start the inspection with the higher class, boots and protective clothing disinfection must be done prior to proceeding to another class inspection • Schedule inspections of fields, known to be infested with late blight outbreaks at the end of the day. 4.5.4.
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Score: 1349227.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RADE/C/WP.7/GE.6/2014/4&Lang=E
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UNECE GUIDE TO SEED POTATO FIELD INSPECTION: RECOMMENDED PRACTICES
Inspector hygiene: Upon completion of daily field inspection, on a farm unit, and at the end of each day, clean footwear and equipment prior to leaving the premises. (...) If wearing disposable gear, discard and replace with new gear, (i.e. Tyvek pants). Footwear and other non-disposable equipment and protective clothing, required to conduct field inspection, should be cleaned. (...) If it is not possible to start the inspection with the higher class, boots and protective clothing disinfection must be done prior to proceeding to another class inspection • Schedule inspections of crops, known to be infested with late blight outbreaks at the end of the day. 4.5.4.
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Score: 1349227.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CE/TRADE/C/WP.7/2014/16&Lang=E
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TRANSPARENCY IN TEXTILE VALUE CHAINS IN RELATION TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND HUMAN HEALTH IMPACTS OF PARTS, COMPONENTS AND PRODUCTION PROCESSES
Contextually, ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2018/23 4 Italian surveyed hospitals and clinics reported that 7 to 8 per cent of dermatological diseases were caused by textiles and footwear (Associazione Tessile e Salute, 20141). This Association, established with the contribution of Universities and the Italian Medical Dermatological Association (SIDAPA), and with support of the Health Ministry, represents a good practice in helping industries to adopt standards and international rules for a sustainable chemistry in textiles. Its research activities have been fundamental in compiling the guidelines “Eco-toxicological requirements for clothing, leather goods, footwear and accessories”2, developed in collaboration with the Italian Chamber of Fashion, and now serving as the main reference point for major brands and Italian SMEs to track chemical impact and engage suppliers towards impact reduction (...) Compared to traditional third-party audit services, SMS-based surveys offer the advantages of real-time data, confidentiality, and reduced costs. Muddy Boots Software, for instance, recently introduced its new Greenlight Assessments app, for use on Apple iPad® mobile devices with Muddy Boots’s Quickfire self-assessment system, as a portable data-collection and data- sharing tool.
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Score: 1346003.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../TRADE/C/CEFACT/2018/23&Lang=E
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Protective clothing are also available that resists cutting such that the chain “glides” over the surface. Protective rubber footwear with a cut-resistant lining on the upper part of the boot, and metallic toe caps, can protect against chainsaw cuts and other hazards. Rubber boots are uncomfortable in hot climates, however, and leather boots or ankle-high shoes with cut-resistant linings and toe caps can be used. (...) Personal protective equipment, such as overalls, boots, gloves, and, for toxic agents, respiratory devices, should be used.
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Score: 1285824.7 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...-in-forestry/in-more-depth/en/
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GUIDELINES FOR THE SAFE HANDLING OF SYNTHETIC OPIOIDS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CUSTOMS OFFICERS
Guidelines for the safe handling of synthetic opioids for law enforcement and customs officers LABORATORY AND SCIENTIFIC SERVICE Guidelines for the safe handling of synthetic opioids
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Score: 1283927.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=ST/NAR/55 &Lang=E
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Includes: gaiters, leggings and similar articles; shoelaces; parts of footwear, such as heels, soles, etc., purchased by households with the intention of repairing footwear themselves. Excludes: babies’ booties made of fabric (03.1.2); shoe-trees, shoehorns and polishes, creams and other shoe-cleaning articles (05.6.1); orthopaedic footwear (06.1.3); game- specific footwear (ski boots, football boots, golfing shoes and other such footwear fitted CONSUMER PRICE INDEX MANUAL: THEORY AND PRACTICE 468 with ice-skates, rollers, spikes, studs, etc.) (09.3.2); shin-guards, cricket pads and other such protective apparel for sport (09.3.2). 03.2.2 Repair and hire of footwear (S) – Repair of footwear; shoe-cleaning services; – hire of footwear. Includes: total value of the repair service (that is, both the cost of labour and the cost of materials are covered). Excludes: parts of footwear, such as heels, soles, etc., purchased by households with the intention of undertaking the repair themselves (03.2.1); polishes, creams and other shoe- cleaning articles (05.6.1); repair (09.3.2) or hire (09.4.1) of game-specific footwear (ski boots, football boots, golfing shoes and other such footwear fitted with ice-skates, rollers, spikes, studs, etc.). 04 HOUSING, WATER, ELECTRICITY, GAS AND OTHER FUELS 04.1 ACTUAL RENTALS FOR HOUSING Rentals normally include payment for the use of the land on which the property stands, the dwelling occupied, the fixtures and fittings for heating, plumbing, lighting, etc., and, in the case of a dwelling let furnished, the furniture.
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Score: 1277356.4 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...u/stat/download/cpi/coicop.pdf
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Article 09/16/2020 Pediatric clinics in Borići and Sedra - oases of health "I want to be a photographer, and you know that the most valuable tool for any photographer is their eyes," Article 09/16/2020 “I will wear these glasses all the time" Precious support in the game of life Press release 12/17/2019 UNICEF provides winter clothes and footwear for refugee/migrant children in Bosnia and Herzegovina In close collaboration with the relevant centers for social work, UNICEF is providing winter clothes, boots and blankets for refugee and migrant children Article 10/04/2019 Maja and Donya once again share the school bench Two little girls have realized that they have a lot in common – both of them like socializing, dancing and math, and although they speak different languages Article 08/07/2019 "Children are children, and that's how we see them" The summer school started immediately after the end of the school year and except in the Ostrožac elementary school it is also held in the elementary school Article 08/02/2019 A place where the youth can come and show their creative tal “The youth needed a special place, a corner where they can express themselves creatively, socialize, listen to music, or just have peace of mind.”
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Score: 1265331.1 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/topics/migrant
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUBBER INDUSTRY IN WEST AFRICA
.,~.rubbtn- consum:ption in 1963 was as follows: 56,000 tons in Japan; 1,000 tons in Canada; 1,000 tons in Franceo However, the total consumption of rubber in Japan was only 50 per eent above that of France, and that of Canada was only one third. 1. The footwear industry On the whole, the footwear industry is a large consumer of rubber• In 1963, the French and Japanese industries respectively absorhed 11 and 11·:Pe:r cent of the total consumption of rubber, or 19 and 35 per cent of the consumption of the tyre sector al~ne. In India, the market for footwear includes only 20 per cent of the populatioa 11 but t~e industry absorbed 13 per cent of the countr,r's rubber consumption in 1961. ]} A teri! (...) ,e 33 In West Africa, where the net imrorts rose to almost 15 million pairs in 1964, local production is still dtstinctly inadequate to meet demand, and the future consumption of rubber by the footwear industry will depend both on the speed with which the sub-region industrializes and·on the proportion of rubber goods in the footwear market.
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Score: 1264970.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.14/INR/131&Lang=E
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The maximum quantity of domestic availability for pur- poses of calculating the standard ratio may be fixed at 250.000, Rubber Footwear It should be noted that the domestic production of this item includes: shoes with canvas or cloth uppers; - waterproof rubber lacing shoes; - rubber slippers and sandals; - all rubber shoes, sandals, with rubber soles and heels. The import figures given in (L/35/Add.l) refer only to canvas rubber- soled boots and shoes. These figures do not include slippers and sandals, etc. These kinds of rubber footwear are separately itemised as 548 "Slippers and sandals".
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Score: 1255089.4 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90070849.pdf
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