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Guidelines for Schedule 2 The following criteria shall be taken into account in considering whether a toxic chemical not listed in Schedule 1 or a precursor to a Schedule 1 chemical or to a chemical listed in Schedule 2, part A, should be included in Schedule 2: It poses a significant risk to the object and purpose of this Convention because it possesses such lethal or incapacitating toxicity as well as other properties that could enable it to be used as a chemical weapon; It may be used as a precursor in one of the chemical reactions at the final stage of formation of a chemical listed in Schedule 1 or Schedule 2, part A; It poses a significant risk to the object and purpose of this Convention by virtue of its importance in the production of a chemical listed in Schedule 1 or Schedule 2, part A; It is not produced in large commercial quantities for purposes not prohibited under this Convention. (...) B. Schedules of Chemicals   The following Schedules list toxic chemicals and their precursors. (...) Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Annex on Chemicals Annex on Chemicals Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 OPCW OPCW by the Numbers 193 States committed to the Chemical Weapons Convention • 98% of the global population live under the protection of the Convention • 99% of the chemical weapons stockpiles declared by possessor States have been verifiably destroyed • More Numbers Breadcrumb Home Chemical Weapons Convention Annexes Annex on Chemicals Footer menu Legal Contact Copyright © 2022 Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
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Score: 582766.65 - https://www.opcw.org/chemical-...nnex-chemicals/annex-chemicals
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OPCW and its priorities Learn what OPCW’s Member States are doing to permanently rid the world of chemical weapons. What is a chemical weapon? Learn what a chemical weapon is and what it isn’t, according to the Chemical Weapons Convention. (...) What is a dual-use chemical? Learn about dual-use chemicals, such as isopropyl alcohol and phosgene, which are banned as chemical weapons but can be used for legitimate, peaceful purposes under the Chemical Weapons Convention. What are scheduled chemicals? Learn about the classification of chemicals into ‘Scheduled Chemicals’ under the Chemical Weapons Convention and the differences between Schedule 1, Schedule 2, and Schedule 3 chemicals.
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Score: 582761.7 - https://www.opcw.org/about-us/opcw-basics
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The definition of a chemical weapon is detailed in the Chemical Weapons Convention. A chemical weapon is a chemical used to cause intentional death or harm through its toxic properties. (...) Eliminating Chemical Weapons The world has agreed that chemical weapons have no place in today’s arsenals.
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Score: 582761.7 - https://www.opcw.org/our-work
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Overview of Presentation0. 1. Situation of Chemicals Production in Asia 2. Tripartite policy dialogue on chemical management among China, Japan and Korea 3. (...) China; The First Import of Chemicals and the Import & Export of Toxic Chemicals and the Administration of New Chemicals. (...) Development of Chemicals Management System 2. Reduction of Risks caused by Chemicals 3.
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Score: 582411.77 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/sus...ations/totoki_asia_pacific.pdf
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Chemicals European Commission IFCS Forum V The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction Persuading aid donors that Sound Chemicals Management is part of poverty eradication - a European Commission perspective 25 September 2006 DG Environment, European Commission European Commission 2 The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction Thought Starter Paper is very helpful. (...) European Commission 15 The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction What does this imply for sound chemicals management? (...) European Commission 21 The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty ReductionPersuading aid donors that Sound Chemicals Management is part of p The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction   The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction     The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction     The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction € ₤ $ ¥ The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction € ₤ $ ¥ The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction € ₤ $ ¥ The Sound Management of Chemicals and Poverty Reduction
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Score: 582411.77 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...s/forum5/poverty_ec_donors.pdf
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This project entails a multi-disciplinary approach merging physical, chemical and biological understanding. The following gives the specific objective of each component: Component 1: ocean dynamics. (...) Defining the chemical parameters in a region will help in the identification of cultured species which will benefit from the prevailing conditions for optimal growth. (...) Identification and characterization of water input from land (if any). Chemical characterization of sediment to determine the amount of absorbed and recirculated heavy metals.
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Score: 582290.4 - https://sdgs.un.org/zh/node/41090
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ILO Convention on Safety and Health in Agriculture, 2001 (No. 184) and its Recommendation (No.192), provide for risk assessment measures and the sound management of chemicals in agriculture. The Chemicals Convention, 1990 (No. 170) defines the term use of chemicals at work to cover any work activity which may expose a worker to a chemical, including: • the production of chemicals; • the handling of chemicals; • the storage of chemicals; • the transport of chemicals; • the disposal and treatment of waste chemicals; • the release of chemicals resulting from work activities; • the maintenance, repair and cleaning of equipment and containers for chemicals; 4 SAFETY AND HEALTH IN THE USE OF CHEMICALS AT WORK It is difficult to determine how many chemical substances are in workplaces globally; this is further complicated by the fact that these substances are also to be found combined into mixtures. (...) C ro ze t 6 SAFETY AND HEALTH IN THE USE OF CHEMICALS AT WORK While chemicals are not responsible for all occupational diseases, exposure to chemicals is certainly key to the development of many such diseases. (...) M er ch ez 16 SAFETY AND HEALTH IN THE USE OF CHEMICALS AT WORK Programme for the Sound Management of Chemicals (IOMC).
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Score: 582224.27 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_235085.pdf
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ILO Convention on Safety and Health in Agriculture, 2001 (No. 184) and its Recommendation (No.192), provide for risk assessment measures and the sound management of chemicals in agriculture. The Chemicals Convention, 1990 (No. 170) defines the term use of chemicals at work to cover any work activity which may expose a worker to a chemical, including: • the production of chemicals; • the handling of chemicals; • the storage of chemicals; • the transport of chemicals; • the disposal and treatment of waste chemicals; • the release of chemicals resulting from work activities; • the maintenance, repair and cleaning of equipment and containers for chemicals; 4 SAFETY AND HEALTH IN THE USE OF CHEMICALS AT WORK It is difficult to determine how many chemical substances are in workplaces globally; this is further complicated by the fact that these substances are also to be found combined into mixtures. (...) C ro ze t 6 SAFETY AND HEALTH IN THE USE OF CHEMICALS AT WORK While chemicals are not responsible for all occupational diseases, exposure to chemicals is certainly key to the development of many such diseases. (...) M er ch ez 16 SAFETY AND HEALTH IN THE USE OF CHEMICALS AT WORK Programme for the Sound Management of Chemicals (IOMC).
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Score: 582224.27 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_235085.pdf
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Categories of Chemical Weapons Category 1 weapons are based on Schedule 1 chemicals. (...) Chemical weapons related declarations include information on chemical weapons, old and abandoned chemical weapons, chemicals weapons production facilities, chemical weapons research and development facilities or establishments, and riot control agents. (...) Old Chemical Weapons Abandoned Chemical Weapons Abandoned chemical weapons (ACW) are chemical weapons abandoned by a State after 1 January 1925 on the territory of another State without the consent of the latter.
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Score: 582223.9 - https://www.opcw.org/our-work/eliminating-chemical-weapons
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General Old chemical weapons shall be destroyed as provided for in Section B. (...) Verification Annex Part I – Definitions Part II – General Rules of Verification Part III – General Provisions for Verification Measures Pursuant to Articles IV, V and VI, Paragraph 3 Part IV(A) – Destruction of Chemical Weapons and Its Verification Pursuant to Article IV Part IV(B) – Old Chemical Weapons and Abandoned Chemical Weapons Part V – Destruction of Chemical Weapons Production Facilities and Its Verification Pursuant to Article V Part VI – Regime for Schedule 1 Chemicals and Facilities Related to such Chemicals Part VII – Regime for Schedule 2 Chemicals and Facilities Related to such Chemicals Part VIII – Regime for Schedule 3 Chemicals and Facilities Related to such Chemicals Part IX – Regime for other Chemical Production Facilities Part X – Challenge Inspections Pursuant to Article IX Part XI – Investigations in cases of Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons OPCW OPCW by the Numbers 193 States committed to the Chemical Weapons Convention • 98% of the global population live under the protection of the Convention • 99% of the chemical weapons stockpiles declared by possessor States have been verifiably destroyed • More Numbers Breadcrumb Home Chemical Weapons Convention Annexes Part IV(B) – Old Chemical Weapons and Abandoned... Footer menu Legal Contact Copyright © 2022 Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
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Score: 582217.63 - https://www.opcw.org/chemical-...chemical-weapons-and-abandoned
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