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Latin America & The Caribbean | Pesticide Registration Toolkit | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية english français Español  Search this site only Pesticide Registration Toolkit Registration Tools Information Sources Special Topics News About Training Dgroups forum Address book Registrations elsewhere Restrictions and bans Scientific reviews Hazard classifications Approved labels Maximum Residue Limits Pesticide properties Pesticide specifications Terms and definitions Library Latin America & The Caribbean Country Name of registration authority Type of pesticide (1) Uses (2) Language (3) Info (4) Data (5) Comments and usage Argentina Servicio Nacional de Sanidad y Calidad Agroalimentaria (SENASA) PP X sp Click on “Productos inscriptos” VP X sp     Belize Pesticide Control Board, Ministry of Agriculture Pe X en Quick links to lists of registered pesticides, by active ingredient or product name. Brazil Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food supply PP pt Select " Ingredientes Activos " from the menu. In the " Nome Comum " box, clicking on the search icon and entering the common name in English will return both the English and Portuguese common names. Instituto Brasileiro do Meio Ambiente e dos Recursos Naturais Renováveis (IBAMA) BI pt List of registered non-agricultural pesticides: Scroll down to " Lista de produtos não agrícolas registrados no Ibama" Chile Servicio Agrícola y Ganadero (SAG) PP sp Select product or active ingredient, click on “ Buscar ” to obtain relevant registered pesticides; then click on V er detalle  to get use details VP X sp Select product or active ingredient, click on “ Consultar ” to obtain relevant registered pesticides; then click on Ver detalle  to get use details Colombia Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario, (ICA) PP sp     Dominica Pesticide Control Board, Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries Pe X en   Guyana Pesticides and Toxic Chemiclas Control Board Pe X en Download the list of registered pesticides Jamaica Pesticides Control Authority Pe en   Mexico Comisión federal para la Protección contra riesgos sanitarios (COFEPRIS) Pe X sp   Paraguay Servicio Nacional de Calidad y Sanidad Vegetal y de Semillas (SENAVE) PP X sp Peru Servicio Nacional de Sanidad Agraria (SENASA) PP sp Select product or active ingredient, click on “ Buscar ” to obtain relevant registered pesticides; then click on “ Ver detalle ” to get use details VP sp Select product or active ingredient, click on “ Consultar ” to obtain relevant registered pesticides; then click on “ Ver detalle ” to get use details Uruguay Dirección General de Servicios Agrícolas (DGSA) PP sp   Key: Type of pesticide: Pe = pesticides, PP = Plant Protection products, BI = biocides, VP = Veterinary Products Uses: Registered uses are provided ( [] = yes, X = no) Language: Background information and registration database available in which language.
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Score: 1293493 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...tin-america--the-caribbean/en/
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Latin America & The Caribbean | Pesticide Registration Toolkit | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Español Pesticide Registration Toolkit 登记工具 信息来源 Special Topics (ch) News About Training Dgroups forum 通讯薄 别处登记情况 限制及禁令 科学审查报告 危害分类 批准标签 最高残留限量 农药性质 农药规格 Terms and definitions 文库 Latin America & The Caribbean Country Name of registration authority Type of pesticide (1) Uses (2) Language (3) Info (4) Data (5) Comments and usage Argentina Servicio Nacional de Sanidad y Calidad Agroalimentaria (SENASA) PP X sp Click on “Productos inscriptos” VP X sp     Belize Pesticide Control Board, Ministry of Agriculture Pe X en Quick links to lists of registered pesticides, by active ingredient or product name. Brazil Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food supply PP pt Select " Ingredientes Activos " from the menu. In the " Nome Comum " box, clicking on the search icon and entering the common name in English will return both the English and Portuguese common names. Instituto Brasileiro do Meio Ambiente e dos Recursos Naturais Renováveis (IBAMA) BI pt List of registered non-agricultural pesticides: Scroll down to " Lista de produtos não agrícolas registrados no Ibama" Chile Servicio Agrícola y Ganadero (SAG) PP sp Select product or active ingredient, click on “ Buscar ” to obtain relevant registered pesticides; then click on V er detalle  to get use details VP X sp Select product or active ingredient, click on “ Consultar ” to obtain relevant registered pesticides; then click on Ver detalle  to get use details Colombia Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario, (ICA) PP sp     Dominica Pesticide Control Board, Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries Pe X en   Guyana Pesticides and Toxic Chemiclas Control Board Pe X en Download the list of registered pesticides Jamaica Pesticides Control Authority Pe en   Mexico Comisión federal para la Protección contra riesgos sanitarios (COFEPRIS) Pe X sp   Paraguay Servicio Nacional de Calidad y Sanidad Vegetal y de Semillas (SENAVE) PP X sp Peru Servicio Nacional de Sanidad Agraria (SENASA) PP sp Select product or active ingredient, click on “ Buscar ” to obtain relevant registered pesticides; then click on “ Ver detalle ” to get use details VP sp Select product or active ingredient, click on “ Consultar ” to obtain relevant registered pesticides; then click on “ Ver detalle ” to get use details Uruguay Dirección General de Servicios Agrícolas (DGSA) PP sp   Key: Type of pesticide: Pe = pesticides, PP = Plant Protection products, BI = biocides, VP = Veterinary Products Uses: Registered uses are provided ( [] = yes, X = no) Language: Background information and registration database available in which language.
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Score: 1285376.8 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...atin-america-the-caribbean/zh/
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If an in-house table with percentages of waste for common foods is not available, this can be borrowed from other sources (e.g. (...) Meat & Fish: 4-20 min Vegetables, potatoes, others: 3-15 min Yes (most common) Use if available otherwise use general factor Cooked with Fat or Oil (G0024) Deep-fried G0029 Cooked in hot fat or oil deep enough to immerse the food entirely. 140-200°C Food core: <100°C Meat & Fish: 4-20 min Vegetables, potatoes, others: 3-15 min Yes Use if available otherwise use general factor for Cooked with Fat or Oil (G0024) Cooked with added fat or oil Shallow-fried G0035 A chinese cooking technique similar to sauteing in which thick slices or chunks of floured or battered ingredients are slow seared over moderate to low heat. (...) Apply yield factor to the total raw weight. Ingredient raw weight g yield factor cooked weight g Ingredient A A g Ingredient B B g Ingredient C C g Total weight g A+B+C (g) YF...............................
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Score: 1265338.5 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me...2007_recipe_rulesD2.2.9_02.pdf
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Compare the pesticide products Bridging can only be done for pesticide products which contain the same active ingredient (a.i.) in the reference assessment and in the local situation; such a.i.’s have the same common name and/or CAS number , and have the same isomer ratio where relevant.   (...) The similarity of the active ingredient, including its impurities           ii. The concentration of the active ingredient and any relevant impurities           iii. (...) ii. Active ingredient concentration If the concentrations of the active ingredient(s) in the two products that are bridged are the same, bridging is facilitated.  
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Score: 1252951.7 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...are-the-pesticide-products/ru/
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Compare the pesticide products Bridging can only be done for pesticide products which contain the same active ingredient (a.i.) in the reference assessment and in the local situation; such a.i.’s have the same common name and/or CAS number , and have the same isomer ratio where relevant.   (...) The similarity of the active ingredient, including its impurities           ii. The concentration of the active ingredient and any relevant impurities           iii. (...) ii. Active ingredient concentration If the concentrations of the active ingredient(s) in the two products that are bridged are the same, bridging is facilitated.  
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Score: 1252951.7 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...are-the-pesticide-products/ar/
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Compare the pesticide products Bridging can only be done for pesticide products which contain the same active ingredient (a.i.) in the reference assessment and in the local situation; such a.i.’s have the same common name and/or CAS number , and have the same isomer ratio where relevant.   (...) The similarity of the active ingredient, including its impurities           ii. The concentration of the active ingredient and any relevant impurities           iii. (...) ii. Active ingredient concentration If the concentrations of the active ingredient(s) in the two products that are bridged are the same, bridging is facilitated.  
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Score: 1252951.7 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...are-the-pesticide-products/en/
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UTM § Innovative § Link to CNS Infra structure § Safety perspective different from existing ATM § Cloud based § Robustness enter your presentation title 6 BASIC INGREDIENTS ARE MISSING • Common altitude reference system • Flight rules for small UAS • Airspace assessment • Supporting infrastructure • Coexistence with manned aviation 7 RULES of the AIR and Flight rules enter your presentation title 8 0 500 ft Max acceptable altitude LFR LFR LFR Cities, town or settlements (Annex 2 chapter 4) VFR VFR VFR No flight rules for sUAS • VLOS-VLOS • VLOS-BVLOS • VLOS/BVLOS-VFR Airspace assessment 9 • CNS requirements • Common reference data • Where can they fly and where are they able to fly Small UAS Altitude Measurement& Reference Point § Two main sources of discrepancy concerning manned/ unmanned aviation: - Usage of different reference points - Usage of different equipment for elevation measurement § Two main areas of concern: - airspace close to the airports - upper limit of VLL (very low level) airspace § This has been discussed in various working groups 10 QNH Small UAS Elevation Home PointHome Point Small UAS Elevation 30 ft Home Point Home Point 30 ft Sometimes it goes…… My perspective 12 • ATM remains responsible for FIR • ANSP provides basic building blocks: • Data • Cloud • UTM is a part of ATM (delegated responsibilities) • Interoperability is key • Investigate legal aspect of have several service providers in the same airspace • Until basic ingredients are in place: • Segregation THANK YOU “TOGETHER TOWARDS SAFE INTEGRATION”
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Score: 1211660.4 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...sentations/1-2-1%20Lissone.pdf
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International partnerships are continuously established to seek regulatory convergence and promote common standards and guidances with strategic partners. (...) Initiative Formulation Public Consultation Additional Instruction Final Decision Primary regulatory impact analysis + Legal analysis Board of Directors initial approval + Responsible Director Published in the National Gazette and available for 60 days on Anvisa’s website Second to third regulatory impact analysis + Sector meetings Board of Directors approval + RDC enacting Anvisa’s Notifications in 2018 RESOLUTIONS 54 30% PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS 127 70% PUBLICATIONS (181) TBT 49 33% SPS 91 62% BOTH 8 5% NOTIFICATIONS (156) Anvisa notifies all technical regulations that may impact trade, including less trade restrictive measures and those based on international standards, going beyond what is prescribed in both Agreements Anvisa’s Notifications in 2018 FOOD REQUIREMENTS 14 14% PESTICIDE MRL 83 84% PESTICIDE REQUIREMENTS 2 2% SPS NOTIFICATIONS (99) Anvisa’s Double TBT & SPS Notifications in 2018 PC 457/2017 Establishes the lists of nutrients, bioactive substances, enzymes and probiotics, limits of use, claims and supplementary labeling of food supplements G/SPS/N/BRA/1350 G/TBT/N/BRA/781 PC 458/2017 Provides for categories of food and packaging exempt and with mandatory sanitary registration G/SPS/N/BRA/1351 G/TBT/N/BRA/779 PC 484/2018 Establishes the criteria for the evaluation and toxicological classification of pesticides, components, related products and wooden preservatives, within ANVISA G/SPS/N/BRA/1389 G/TBT/N/BRA/803 PC 493/2018 Active Ingredient T56 - TRINEXAPAC-ETHYL G/SPS/N/BRA/1373 G/TBT/N/BRA/807 PC 529/2018 Active Ingredient P34 - PYRIPROXYFEN G/SPS/N/BRA/1408 G/TBT/N/BRA/817 PC 530/2018 Active Ingredient B40 - BEAUVERIA BASSIANA G/SPS/N/BRA/1409 G/TBT/N/BRA/818 PC 532/2018 Active Ingredient T48 - THIAMETHOXAM G/SPS/N/BRA/1411 G/TBT/N/BRA/819 PC 535/2018 Active Ingredient A02 – ACEPHATE G/SPS/N/BRA/1417 G/TBT/N/BRA/827 Protect health and promote inovation THANK YOU!
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Score: 1205979.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p15072019_e/d1_s2_soares_e.pdf
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Wherever possible, standards for apparatus and common names for pesticides are those approved by the International Standards Organization (ISO). (...) For examples 4 of such permitted tolerances, see document mentioned in footnote 4/. __________________________________________________________________ 4/ For detailed definitions and other essential background information on basic procedures and technical principles adopted by the Group on Pesticide Specifications of the FAO Panel of Experts on Pesticide Specifications, Registration Requirements and Application Standards, see Plant Production and Protection Paper 13, "The Use of FAO Specifications for Plant Protection Products", FAO, Rome, 1979 (Available in English, French or Spanish). __________________________________________________________________ 5 INFORMATION COMMON NAME: 2,4-D CIPAC CODE NUMBER: 1 EMPIRICAL FORMULA: C8H6Cl2O3 RMM: 221.0 CHEMICAL NAMES: 2,4-D is the ISO common name for (2,4-dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid (IUPAC 1/ and CA 2/; Registry No. 94-75-7). COMMON NAME: DICHLORPROP CIPAC CODE NO: 84 EMPIRICAL FORMULA: C9H8Cl2O3 RMM: 235.1 CHEMICAL NAMES: Dichlorprop is the ISO name for (+)-2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy) propionic acid (IUPAC); (+)-2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)propanoic acid (CA; Registry No. 120-36-5) 6 2,4-D + DICHLORPROP SALT AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS FAO Tentative Specification October 1983 (1.4+84.4/SL/ts/-) .1 DESCRIPTION The product shall consist of 2,4-D and dichlorprop (both complying with the respective FAO Provisional Specifications October 1983) as the active ingredients, formulated as a 2,4-D + dichlorprop salt aqueous solution.
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Score: 1205545 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cides/Specs/Old_specs/24DI.DOC
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As a result of the 1994 Agreement and the subsequent reviews, participating members committed to eliminate customs duties and all other duties and charges not only on all finished pharmaceutical products, whether sold in bulk or in dosified packages for retail sale (paracetamol, antibiotics, vaccines, etc.), but also on over 7,000 pharmaceutical active ingredients and chemical components used in pharmaceutical supply chains. (...) Trade in pharmaceutical active ingredients and chemical components has also grown steadily. (...) Pharmaceutical active ingredients and chemical components used in the production of finished pharmaceutical products do not have common HS codes (over 270 HS subheadings appear at least once in the four annexes of the Pharma Agreement).
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Score: 1197218 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ma_ag_e/pharma_agreement_e.htm
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