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Other Members also submitted proposals recommending that the Committee further discuss the concept of equivalence, including examining the existing guidance on the recognition of equivalence ( G/SPS/19/Rev.2 , G/SPS/W/299 , G/SPS/W/301 ). At the Committee meeting in July 2018, many Members were in favour of a thematic session or workshop on equivalence. This first part of a two-part thematic session on equivalence will provide an opportunity to introduce the concept of equivalence, and for WTO Members to increase their awareness of the relevant provisions of the SPS Agreement, the guidance from the Committee ( G/SPS/19/Rev.2 ), and related jurisprudence. (...) International Rules and Guidelines Provisions of the SPS Agreement on equivalence (Article 4), relevant guidelines ( G/SPS/19/Rev.2 ) and jurisprudence Intervenant: Mr Rolando Alcala, WTO Secretariat Presentation Equivalence from a TBT perspective   Intervenant: Ms Serra Ayral, WTO Secretariat Presentation Codex, IPPC and OIE: Standards, guidelines and recommendations related to equivalence Intervenants: Ms Gracia Brisco, Codex Presentation Mr Brent Larson, IPPC Presentation Ms Diana Tellechea, OIE Presentation Followed by Q&A session and discussion.  
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Score: 730018.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/sps_e/workshop301018_e.htm
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Technical justification 9. Cooperation 10. Equivalence of phytosanitary measures 11. Modification 10. Equivalence of phytosanitary measures Importing contracting parties should recognize alternative phytosanitary measures proposed by exporting contracting parties as equivalent when those measures are demonstrated to achieve the appropriate level of protection determined by the importing contracting party. (ISPM 01) Phytosanitary Principles Equivalence (of phytosanitary measures) The situation where, for a specified pest risk, different phytosanitary measures achieve a contracting party’s appropriate level of protection ISPM 05 Glossary of Phytosanitary Terms ISPM 24 Guidelines for the determination and recognition of equivalence of phytosanitary measures • Provides guidance for the process for determination and recognition of equivalence of phytosanitary measures • The process of recognizing equivalence is the objective examination of alternative phytosanitary measures proposed to determine if they achieve the appropriate level of protection of an importing country as indicated by existing measures of that country.
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Score: 729623.14 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../4_brent_larson_ippc301018.pdf
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Registration by equivalence | Pesticide Registration Toolkit | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español  Search this site only Pesticide Registration Toolkit Registration Tools Information Sources Special Topics News About Training Dgroups forum Registration strategies Registration by analogy Registration by equivalence Registration based on resource rationalization Registration based on local evaluation Registration process Data requirements and testing guidelines Assessment methods Risk mitigation Decision Making Registration criteria Print Registration by equivalence Registration based on equivalence may be conducted if the pesticide submitted for registration can be shown to be equivalent to a similar pesticide that has already been registered in the country. (...) Equivalence is a simple concept but its determination is rather complex and requires, in particular, expertise in pesticide product chemistry. (...) Practical examples of how to conduct an equivalence evaluation are provided in the  Training Manual  published by WHO and FAO.​
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Score: 728109.13 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...egistration-by-equivalence/en/
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Most determinations of equivalence occur on a bilateral basis. However, the SPS Agreement encourages Members to conduct consultations with the aim of achieving multilateral equivalence agreements as well. The three sister organizations are working on guidelines to help Members negotiate equivalence agreements. Click here for an example of an equivalence agreement reached between New Zealand and the EC. (...) This Decision provides guidance for governments negotiating the recognition of equivalent measures or products, for example regarding information exchange.
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Score: 724222.36 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...s_agreement_cbt_e/c2s9p1_e.htm
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Minimum requirements -Swiss citizenship; -Master’s degree or equivalent; -Minimum of two years of relevant work experience.   (...) Minimum requirements -U.A.E. citizenship; -Master’s degree or equivalent; -Minimum of two years of relevant work experience.   (...) Minimum requirements -U.S. citizenship; -Master’s degree or equivalent; -Minimum of two years of relevant work experience.
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Score: 720634.96 - https://www.unicef.org/careers/jpo-selection-criteria
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The programme consists of a comprehensive joint inspection of the airport of origin by staff from both the regulator and the screening authority to determine the equivalence of screening standards. At all times the joint inspections focus on security outcomes when determining whether equivalence is present or not. (...) ALLOWING FOR UNILATERAL RECOGNITION OF EQUIVALENCE 3.1 The ICAO AVSEC Panel convened a Task Force of the ICAO Working Group on Guidance Material and directed this Task Force to develop guidance material on unilateral recognition of equivalence to be considered for inclusion in Doc 8973. (...) DGCA-MID/3-WP/18 -3- 3.5 As States are increasingly concerned with the security of in-bound flights, unilateral recognition of equivalence will allow focusing security resources on passengers/bags/aircraft/cargo requiring more attention, while facilitating the travel of passengers from countries applying equivalent security measures.
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Score: 720515.04 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2015/DGCA%203/WP18_en.pdf
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Is your country implementing an approved NSDS or its equivalent? FORMCHECKBOX Yes FORMCHECKBOX No If No , go directly to question #2 If Yes : a) How was the NSDS or its equivalent developed? (...) Please give specific actions/activities undertaken for this purpose:       d) Is the implementation of NSDS (or its equivalent) being monitored? FORMCHECKBOX Monitored on a regular basis FORMCHECKBOX Not monitored on a regular basis Has the implementation of NSDS (or its equivalent) been evaluated? (...) Does your country have a national or federal NSDS or its equivalent approved by the government but not yet implemented?
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Score: 719589.65 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...delines/guidelines_nsds_en.doc
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It outlines steps designed to make it easier for all WTO members to make use of the “equivalence” provisions of the SPS Agreement, i.e. Article 4. (...) Information that members have supplied on their experience with equivalence makes it clear that formal equivalence agreements covering countries’ entire health and safety systems are rare even between developed countries. (...) The SPS Committee discussed equivalence under an instruction from the WTO General Council in October 2000.
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Score: 715611.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...s_e/news01_e/sps_oct2001_e.htm
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On equivalence, the committee discussed its work programme following the adoption of the 24 October 2001 equivalence decision (see WTO news story ). (...) back to top Details   Among the issues generating lengthier discussion were: Equivalence The Committee began to discuss its work programme to further the implementation of Article 4 following the 24 October adoption of the Equivalence Decision (G/SPS/19, see text ). (...) The Equivalence Decision says the work of the Codex Alimentarius, the OIE and the IPPC on equivalence needs to be encouraged.
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Score: 715462.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...s_e/news01_e/sps_nov2001_e.htm
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It outlines steps designed to make it easier for all WTO members to make use of the “equivalence” provisions of the SPS Agreement, i.e. Article 4. (...) Information that members have supplied on their experience with equivalence makes it clear that formal equivalence agreements covering countries’ entire health and safety systems are rare even between developed countries. (...) The SPS Committee discussed equivalence under an instruction from the WTO General Council in October 2000.
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Score: 713784.03 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/ne...s_s/news01_s/sps_sep2001_s.htm
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