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The notifications were organized into the following categories: microbiological, chemical and toxins. As summarized in the table below, most notifications were due to microbiological issues with 94 cases, followed by chemical with 25 cases and by toxins with two cases. (...) However, while notifications due to chemical and toxins causes decreased, those of microbiological causes doubled from 47 cases in 2020 to 94 in 2021. Import notifications by category (Number cases - 2021) Month Microbiological Chemical Toxins Total January 2 1 1 4 February 11 4 0 15 March 2 2 1 5 April 10 2 0 12 May 2 5 0 7 June 12 2 0 14 July 12 3 0 15 August 7 2 0 9 September 14 1 0 15 October 10 2 0 12 November 6 0 0 6 December 6 1 0 7 Total 94 25 2 121 Source: MHLW Percentage of the causes As shown in the figure below, microbiological cases account for 78 percent of the total notifications, chemical for 21 percent and toxins for one percent.
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Score: 1198187.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...-import-notifications-2021/en/
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Get Set: Lessons Learned for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention Review Conference | UNIDIR Skip to main content Main navigation About About Us Our People Our Governance Our Funding Join Our Team Contact Us Programmes Weapons of Mass Destruction and Other Strategic Weapons Security and Technology Conventional Arms Gender and Disarmament Middle East Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone Publications Digital Hub Gender & Disarmament Hub Cyber Policy Portal Disarmament Course 2022 ME WMDFZ Hub Events Newsroom search Search By year - All - 1958 1962 1974 1975 1978 1980 1981 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1999 2000 2003 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Search Toggle navigation Events Get Set: Lessons Learned for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention Review Conference Share back to events Get Set: Lessons Learned for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention Review Conference The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) is pleased to invite you to an online discussion on Lessons Learned for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BWC) Review Conference. This is the second in a series of events the Institute is hosting in preparation for the Review Conference of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. The event will contribute to enhancing understandings of BWC review conferences and identifying lessons to be learned from past experiences.
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Score: 1198187.1 - https://www.unidir.org/GetSetBWC
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The notifications were organized into the following categories: microbiological, chemical and toxins. As summarized in the table below, most notifications were due to microbiological issues with 47 cases, followed by chemical with 32 cases and by toxins with seven cases. (...) However, while notifications due to microbiological and toxins causes decreased, those of chemical causes increased from 27 cases in 2019 to 32 in 2020. Import notifications by category (Number cases - 2020) Month Microbiological Chemical Toxins Total January 3 2 0 5 February 2 3 0 5 March 2 3 0 5 April 0 0 0 0 May 0 6 0 6 June 2 1 0 3 July 5 3 1 9 August 4 3 6 13 September 8 2 0 10 October 9 2 0 11 November 7 1 0 8 December 5 6 0 11 Total 47 32 7 86 Source: MHLW Percentage of the causes As shown in the figure below, microbiological cases account for 55 percent of the total notifications, chemical for 37 percent and toxins for 8 percent.
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Score: 1198187.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...-import-notifications-2020/en/
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The notifications were organized into the following categories: microbiological, chemical and toxins. As summarized in the table below, most notifications were due to microbiological issues with 94 cases, followed by chemical with 25 cases and by toxins with two cases. (...) However, while notifications due to chemical and toxins causes decreased, those of microbiological causes doubled from 47 cases in 2020 to 94 in 2021. Import notifications by category (Number cases - 2021) Month Microbiological Chemical Toxins Total January 2 1 1 4 February 11 4 0 15 March 2 2 1 5 April 10 2 0 12 May 2 5 0 7 June 12 2 0 14 July 12 3 0 15 August 7 2 0 9 September 14 1 0 15 October 10 2 0 12 November 6 0 0 6 December 6 1 0 7 Total 94 25 2 121 Source: MHLW Percentage of the causes As shown in the figure below, microbiological cases account for 78 percent of the total notifications, chemical for 21 percent and toxins for one percent.
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Score: 1198187.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...-import-notifications-2021/fr/
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The notifications were organized into the following categories: microbiological, chemical and toxins. As summarized in the table below, most notifications were due to microbiological issues with 47 cases, followed by chemical with 32 cases and by toxins with seven cases. (...) However, while notifications due to microbiological and toxins causes decreased, those of chemical causes increased from 27 cases in 2019 to 32 in 2020. Import notifications by category (Number cases - 2020) Month Microbiological Chemical Toxins Total January 3 2 0 5 February 2 3 0 5 March 2 3 0 5 April 0 0 0 0 May 0 6 0 6 June 2 1 0 3 July 5 3 1 9 August 4 3 6 13 September 8 2 0 10 October 9 2 0 11 November 7 1 0 8 December 5 6 0 11 Total 47 32 7 86 Source: MHLW Percentage of the causes As shown in the figure below, microbiological cases account for 55 percent of the total notifications, chemical for 37 percent and toxins for 8 percent.
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Score: 1198187.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...-import-notifications-2020/fr/
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Toxin causes | GLOBEFISH - Information and Analysis on World Fish Trade | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | GLOBEFISH | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english About GLOBEFISH Market Reports Trade Information Countries Publications News & Events Prices Meet the Expert Australia European Union RASFF 2021 Import notifications Import notifications by product (2021) Import notifications by causes (2016 – 2021) 2020 Import notifications Import notifications by product (2020) Japan USA 2020 Import notifications: Toxin causes Toxin causes Cases Total 10 Diarrhetic shellfish poisoning 8 Ciguatera poisoning 1 Paralytic shellfish poisoning 1 © FAO/Loi Among the ten notifications due to toxins, diarrhetic shellfish poisoning  was the group of marine biotoxins with the highest number of cases (eight), mainly found in mussels.
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Score: 1196986.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...notifications/toxin-causes/en/
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Toxin causes | GLOBEFISH - Information et Analyse sur le Commerce Mondial du Poisson | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture | GLOBEFISH | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français À propos Rapports de marché Information commerciale Pays Publications Nouvelles et événements Prices Meet the Expert Australia European Union RASFF 2021 Import notifications Import notifications by product (2021) Import notifications by causes (2016 – 2021) 2020 Import notifications Import notifications by product (2020) Japan USA 2020 Import notifications: Toxin causes Toxin causes Cases Total 10 Diarrhetic shellfish poisoning 8 Ciguatera poisoning 1 Paralytic shellfish poisoning 1 © FAO/Loi Among the ten notifications due to toxins, diarrhetic shellfish poisoning  was the group of marine biotoxins with the highest number of cases (eight), mainly found in mussels.
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Score: 1196986.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...notifications/toxin-causes/fr/
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Toxin causes | GLOBEFISH - Information et Analyse sur le Commerce Mondial du Poisson | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture | GLOBEFISH | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français GLOBEFISH - Information et Analyse sur le Commerce Mondial du Poisson À propos Rapports de marché Information commerciale Pays Publications Nouvelles et événements Prices Meet the Expert European Union RASFF 2020 Import notifications Import notifications by product (2020) Import notifications by causes (2012 – 2020) 2019 alerts & rejections Alerts & border rejections by product (2019) Alerts & border rejections by causes (2012-2019) Japan USA 2020 Import notifications: Toxin causes Toxin causes Cases Total 10 Diarrhetic shellfish poisoning 8 Ciguatera poisoning 1 Paralytic shellfish poisoning 1 © FAO/Loi Among the ten notifications due to toxins, diarrhetic shellfish poisoning  was the group of marine biotoxins with the highest number of cases (eight), mainly found in mussels.
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Score: 1193359.1 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...notifications/toxin-causes/fr/
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The notifications were organized into the following categories: microbiological, chemical and toxins. As summarized in the table below, most notifications were due to microbiological issues with 94 cases, followed by chemical with 25 cases and by toxins with two cases. (...) However, while notifications due to chemical and toxins causes decreased, those of microbiological causes doubled from 47 cases in 2020 to 94 in 2021. Import notifications by category (Number cases - 2021) Month Microbiological Chemical Toxins Total January 2 1 1 4 February 11 4 0 15 March 2 2 1 5 April 10 2 0 12 May 2 5 0 7 June 12 2 0 14 July 12 3 0 15 August 7 2 0 9 September 14 1 0 15 October 10 2 0 12 November 6 0 0 6 December 6 1 0 7 Total 94 25 2 121 Fuente: MHLW Percentage of the causes As shown in the figure below, microbiological cases account for 78 percent of the total notifications, chemical for 21 percent and toxins for one percent.
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Score: 1192381.5 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...uacion-de-rechazos-en-2018/es/
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Security Guidance for Select Agent or Toxin Facilities, 2012 7 Measures to secure storage X X X NW: DoDD 5210.41, “Security Policy for Protecting Nuclear Weapons,” 1 November 2004. (...) Security Guidance for Select Agent or Toxin Facilities, 2012 (restricted access, risk assessment and security plan) Public Health and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act, Title 42 USC 262a Army: AR 190-17 Biological Select Agents and Toxins Security Program Air Force: AFI 10-3901 Minimum Security Standards for Safeguarding Biological Agents and Toxins Army: AR 525-13 Antiterrorism Navy: OPNAV 5530.16 Minimum Security Standards for Safeguarding Biological Select Agents and Toxins (BSAT) DoD 5210.89 Minimum Security Standards for Safeguarding Biological Select Agents and Toxins In the summer of 2014, lapses in biosafety practices in Federal laboratories served as a reminder of the importance of constant vigilance over the implementation of biosafety standards. (...) All United States Government departments and agencies that possess, use, or transfer human, animal, or plant infectious agents or toxins were urged to perform a Safety Stand-Down, to include an immediate sweep of their facilities to verify that all Biological Select Agents and Toxins (BSAT) in their possession were appropriately registered, stored, and disposed of in accordance with applicable regulations.
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Score: 1190663.5 - https://www.un.org/en/sc/1540/...nitedStatesReport1July2020.pdf
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