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Additionally, ST/AI/388 is based on an issuance which has been abolished; b. (...) In the present case, the Administration intended to circumvent the requirement for the Headquarters’ endorsement of the generic job profiles and failed to base the classification process on previously approved generic job profiles. (...) Apart from the last item, these goals reflect the main functions described by the Chief of TPB in her email of 11 December 2009.
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Score: 1257201.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-178.pdf
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Item length when unrolled The length of an item when unrolled. Item area when unrolled The area occupied by an item when unrolled. (...) Calculated weight The calculated weight of the item based on the ordered dimensions. Ferrite The chemical composition ferrite.
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Score: 1182610.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...MeasuredAttributeCode_D09B.xsd
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Some concerns also applied to sub-bulleted lists. 2 One participant noted that this might be better addressed through SAICM’s Overarching Policy Strategy (OPS) 14(d) objective regarding prioritization of such substances for assessment. 3 "To ensure by 2020, that chemicals or chemical uses that pose an unreasonable and otherwise unmanageable risk to human health and the environment8 based on a science-based risk assessment and taking into account the costs and benefits as well as the availability of safer substitutes and their efficacy, are no longer produced or used for such uses;" 8“Groups of chemicals that might be prioritized for assessment and related studies include: persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic substances (PBTs): very persistent and very bioaccumulative substances; chemicals that are carcinogens or mutagens or that adversely affect, inter alia the reproductive, endocrine, immune or nervous systems: persistent organic pollutants (POPs), mercury and other chemicals of global concern; chemicals produced or used in high volumes; those subject to wide dispersive uses; and other chemicals of concern at the national level.” (...) E-waste 1, 4 • Dialogue on multi dimensional aspects • Items not included under Basel such as products near end of life • Sharing experiences and technology such as recycling 7. (...) SAICM Draft Global Plan of Action SAICM/ICCM.1/4 Table C items 1 • Preparation of objective information report to support ICCM consideration of topics and items in table C of document SAICM/ICCM.1/4 6 4 Some participants noted that this issue might be linked to the “Metals” topic. 5 Outcome of the UNEP Symposium on illegal international traffic in hazardous chemicals, Prague, Czech Republic (6-8 Nov. 2006) should be considered 6 http://www.chem.unep.ch/saicm http://www.chem.unep.ch/saicm Chemical Safety for Sustainable Development
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Score: 1142959.5 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...mittee/05w_f5_topicsfuture.pdf
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Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Global Partnerships for Chemical Safety 02w Agenda item 2 Contributing to the 2020 Goal IFCS/FORUM-VI/02w Original: English July 2008 Forum VI Sixth Session of the Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Dakar, Senegal 15 – 19 September 2008 ********************** Proposed Provisional Annotated Agenda Prepared by: IFCS Secretariat DECISION DOCUMENT PROPOSED PROVISIONAL AGENDA convening on Monday 15 September 2008 at 10h00 1. (...) Closing of the Meeting ANNOTATIONS Agenda item 1: Opening of the meeting The Sixth Session of the Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety (Forum VI) will be opened by the IFCS President at 10h00 on Monday, 15 September 2008 at the Méridien President Hotel, Dakar. (...) Agenda item 9: Ecologically based Integrated Pest Management and Integrated Vector Management: key elements of pesticide risk reduction strategies There is strong and broad evidence that Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and Integrated Vector Management (IVM) offer valid alternatives for conventional pest and vector control that tend to rely on use of pesticides.
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Score: 1139850.2 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ts/forums/forum6/f6_02w.en.doc
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Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Global Partnerships for Chemical Safety 1 INF Rev 1 Contributing to the 2020 Goal IFCS/FORUM-VI/1 INF Rev 1 Original: English 4 September 2008 Forum VI Sixth Session of the Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Dakar, Senegal 15 – 19 September 2008 ********************** List of Meeting Documents Prepared by: IFCS Secretariat List of Meeting Documents Agenda Item Topic Document Title Document No. (...) 7 INF Update on UNEP Chemical’s Lead and Cadmium Activities 12 INF 9. Ecologically based Integrated Pest Management and Integrated Vector Management: key elements of pesticide risk reduction strategies Thought Starter - Ecologically based Integrated Pest Management and Integrated Vector Management: key elements of pesticide risk reduction strategies 04.TS 10. (...) - Abstracts Room Document 9. Ecologically based Integrated Pest Management and Integrated Vector Management: key elements of pesticide risk reduction strategies - Abstracts Room Document Room Documents and Materials submitted by IFCS participants (as of 4 September 2008 – see web site for later submissions) Agenda Item Document Title Document No.
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Score: 1137497 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...forums/forum6/f6_01infrev1.doc
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Jarupong Boon-Long, Thailand The regional group met on 15 October (09:00-12:30), 16 October (14:30-18:00), 17 October (09:00-12:30) and 18 October (09:00-12:30). The discussions were based around Forum III agenda item numbers 4, 6-8 and 11-13. (...) It was felt that additional wording should be used in the recommendations to clarify the concept. Agenda Item 11: Capacity Building Network Discussion of this item centered around the proposed scope of the network, priorities for the network services. The general concept was supported. Agenda Item 12: Bahia Declaration The following additions and amendments were proposed: • The need to recognize the wide diversity of needs of countries from developed to developing • The need to recognize that protection of health and environment should be the primary consideration in dealing with chemical issues • There was no need to specify target dates for individual goals • The need for a multilateral mechanism to enhance capacities of developing countries for participation in chemical safety activities A proposal to include reference to the precautionary principle was also considered.
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Score: 1127298.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...s/forums/forum3/en/annex11.pdf
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Jarupong Boon-Long, Thailand The regional group met on 15 October (09:00-12:30), 16 October (14:30-18:00), 17 October (09:00-12:30) and 18 October (09:00-12:30). The discussions were based around Forum III agenda item numbers 4, 6-8 and 11-13. (...) It was felt that additional wording should be used in the recommendations to clarify the concept. Agenda Item 11: Capacity Building Network Discussion of this item centered around the proposed scope of the network, priorities for the network services. The general concept was supported. Agenda Item 12: Bahia Declaration The following additions and amendments were proposed: • The need to recognize the wide diversity of needs of countries from developed to developing • The need to recognize that protection of health and environment should be the primary consideration in dealing with chemical issues • There was no need to specify target dates for individual goals • The need for a multilateral mechanism to enhance capacities of developing countries for participation in chemical safety activities A proposal to include reference to the precautionary principle was also considered.
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Score: 1127298.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/regions/asiapacific/annex11.pdf
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CHEMICALS CHEMICALS Assessment of chemical risks 1. (...) Precautionary measures derived from broad-based life cycle analysis REACH Regulation contains several provisions in relation to precautionary measures derived from broad-based life cycle analysis - under compulsory chemical safety assessment performed by industry and within authorization, restriction procedures and substance assessment requirements under REACH Regulation. 8. (...) Main activities performed in Poland with the aim to reduce risks caused by mercury a) Requirements on application of mercury in products and production processes The requirements on application of mercury in products and production processes are set forth under Polish legal framework by the following legal acts that have resulted from transposition of the relevant Community provisions: - Packaging Act of 11 May 2001 on packaging and packaging waste (Official Journal No. 63, Item 638, further amended) and Regulation of Minister of Environment of 30 December 2002 on the contents of lead, cadmium, mercury and hexavalent chromium in packaging (Official Journal No. 241, Item 2095, further amended). - Batteries and accumulators Act of 24 April 2009 on batteries and accumulators (Official Journal No. 79, Item 666). - End of life vehicles Act of 20 January 2005 on the recycling of the end of live vehicles (Official Journal No. 25, Item 202, further amended) and Regulation of Minister of Economy and Labour of 4 October 2005 on the list of materials, equipment and parts of vehicles which could contain lead, mercury, cadmium, and hexavalent chromium (Official Journal No. 200, Item 1653). - Electrical and electronic equipment Regulation of Minister of Economy of 27 March 2002 on the specific requirements on the use in electrical and electronic equipment of the substances which could adversely impact the environment (Official Journal No. 69, Item 457) - Labour safety Regulation of Minister of Economy of 19 March 2007 on the labour safety and hygiene when handling mercury and its compounds (Official Journal No. 69, Item 455). - Manufacturing conditions Regulation of Minister of Economy of 5 July 2007 on the restrictions, bans or conditions to manufacture, marketing or use of hazardous substances and preparations and the products containing them (Official Journal No. 168, Item 1762, further amended) Moreover the Act of 26 April 2007 on amendments in the Act on Environmental Protection Law (Official Journal No. 88, Item 587) transposes into the Polish law the Directive 2004/107/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 December 2004 relating to arsenic, cadmium, mercury, nickel and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in ambient air.
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Score: 1115237.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...alReports/poland/chemicals.pdf
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Jarupong Boon-Long, Thailand The regional group met on 15 October (09:00-12:30), 16 October (14:30-18:00), 17 October (09:00-12:30) and 18 October (09:00-12:30). The discussions were based around Forum III agenda item numbers 4, 6-8 and 11-13. (...) Agenda item 8 (Barriers to Information Exchange for the Sound Management of Chemicals, and Information Exchange for Chemical Production Decision - Making) 9. Agenda item 9 (Emission Inventories) 10. Agenda item 10 (Raising Awareness and Raising the Priority of Chemicals Management Capacity Building Issues at Political Levels) 11.
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Score: 1113534.7 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...nts/forums/forum3/en/Part4.pdf
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WHO | Forum VI Meeting Documents Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Forum VI Meeting Documents Forum VI - Plenary Programme doc, 177kb References: Ar: Arabic; Ch: Chinese; En: English; Fr: French; Ru: Russian; Sp: Spanish W: Word version; A: Adobe Acrobat version Agenda Item Topic Document Title Doc. (...) 7 INF n/a n/a W n/a n/a n/a UNEP update of PB & CD activities based on our mandate from Governing Council UNEP 12 INF n/a n/a W n/a n/a n/a 9 Ecologically based Integrated Pest Management and integrated Pest and Vector Management: key elements of pesticide risk reduction strategies Thought Starter - Ecologically based Integrated Pest Management and integrated Pest and Vector Management: key elements of pesticide risk reduction strategies 04.TS W W W W W W 10 Any other business 11 Review of conclusions and recommendations 12 Adoption of the report of the Meeting 13 Closing of the Meeting Other Meeting Documents Other Documents Agenda Item Document Title Document No. List of Meeting Documents 1 INF IFCS List of Acronyms 2 INF 3 INF Arabic Chinese English Conduct of Business in Plenary Sessions of the Forum - Regional Group Meetings, and ad hoc Working Groups French Russian Spanish Information Note: IFCS Simple Indicators of Progress English 9 INF English 5 IFCS History and Overview French Spanish 10 INF English 5 IFCS MAJOR Activities and Achievements French Spanish 6 Room Document: Nanotechnology and nanomaterials: opportunities and challenges - Abstracts English French English Room Document: Substitution and Alternatives - Abstracts French Spanish 7 Substitution and Alternatives: Case studies, examples and tools IFCS website 8 INF English International agreements concerning substitution and use of alternatives French Spanish 8 Room Document: International transport of lead & cadmium via trade: an international concern - Abstracts English French 9 Room Document: Ecologically based Integrated Pest Management and Integrated Vector Management: key elements of pesticide risk reduction strategies - Abstracts English French Room Documents and Materials submitted by IFCS participants Room Documents and Materials submitted by IFCS participants Agenda Item Document Title Document No.
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Score: 1111477.9 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ts/forums/forum6/meet_docs/en/
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