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THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF OPINION AND EXPRESSION :ADDENDUM
UNITED NATIONS E Economic and Social Council Distr. GENERAL E/CN.4/2005/64/Add.1 29 March 2005 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH/FRENCH/SPANISH COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
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Puntuación: 30174.41 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=E/CN.4/2005/64/ADD.1&Lang=S
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GE.11-64493
This step shall involve the assessment of known and inferred structures within the injection formation(s) and cap rock formation(s) that would act as barriers to, or facilitators of, the migration of injected carbon dioxide. This step shall involve the compilation of (a) numerical three-dimensional static earth model(s) of the geological storage site. (...) This step shall involve an assessment of how the injected carbon dioxide can be expected to behave within the geological storage site architecture and surrounding domains, with a particular focus on the risk of seepage. This step shall utilize numerical dynamic modelling of the injected carbon dioxide using the static model developed in step 2 above to assess coupled processes (i.e. the interaction between each single process in the model), reactive processes (e.g. the interaction of injected carbon dioxide with in situ minerals in the numerical model) and short- and long-term simulations.
Idioma:Chino
Puntuación: 379.04 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2011/4&Lang=C
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GE.11-71304 (C) 051
This step shall involve an assessment of how the injected carbon dioxide can be expected to behave within the geological storage site architecture and surrounding domains, with a particular focus on the risk of seepage. This step shall utilize numerical dynamic modelling of the injected carbon dioxide using the static model developed in step 2 above to assess coupled processes (i.e. the interaction between each single process in the model), and, where possible, reactive processes (e.g. the interaction of injected carbon dioxide with in situ minerals in the numerical model), and short- and long- term simulations. (...) Monitoring of CCS project activities under the CDM shall be undertaken to meet the following objectives: (a) To provide assurance of the environmental integrity and safety of the geological storage site; (b) To confirm that the injected carbon dioxide is contained within the geological storage site and within the project boundary; (c) Ensure that injected carbon dioxide is behaving as predicted to minimise the risk of a
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Puntuación: 375.46 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2011/L.24&Lang=C
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This step shall involve the assessment of known and inferred structures within the injection formation(s) and cap rock formation(s) that would act as barriers to, or facilitators of, the migration of injected carbon dioxide. This step shall involve the compilation of (a) numerical three-dimensional static earth model(s) of the geological storage site. (...) This step shall involve an assessment of how the injected carbon dioxide can be expected to behave within the geological storage site architecture and surrounding domains, with a particular focus on the risk of seepage. This step shall utilize numerical dynamic modelling of the injected carbon dioxide using the static model developed in step 2 above to assess coupled processes (i.e. the interaction between each single process in the model), and, where possible, reactive processes (e.g. the interaction of injected carbon dioxide with in situ minerals in the numerical model), and short- and long- term simulations.
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Puntuación: 364.23 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2011/L.24&Lang=A
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This step shall involve the assessment of known and inferred structures within the injection formation(s) and cap rock formation(s) that would act as barriers to, or facilitators of, the migration of injected carbon dioxide. This step shall involve the compilation of (a) numerical three-dimensional static earth model(s) of the geological storage site. (...) This step shall involve an assessment of how the injected carbon dioxide can be expected to behave within the geological storage site architecture and surrounding domains, with a particular focus on the risk of seepage. This step shall utilize numerical dynamic modelling of the injected carbon dioxide using the static model developed in step 2 above to assess coupled processes (i.e. the interaction between each single process in the model), reactive processes (e.g. the interaction of injected carbon dioxide with in situ minerals in the numerical model) and short- and long-term simulations.
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Puntuación: 362.99 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2011/4&Lang=A
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GE.11-71307 (R) 0
This step shall involve the assessment of known and inferred structures within the injection formation(s) and cap rock formation(s) that would act as barriers to, or facilitators of, the migration of injected carbon dioxide. This step shall involve the compilation of (a) numerical three-dimensional static earth model(s) of the geological storage site. (...) This step shall involve an assessment of how the injected carbon dioxide can be expected to behave within the geological storage site architecture and surrounding domains, with a particular focus on the risk of seepage. This step shall utilize numerical dynamic modelling of the injected carbon dioxide using the static model developed in step 2 above to assess coupled processes (i.e. the interaction between each single process in the model), and, where possible, reactive processes (e.g. the interaction of injected carbon dioxide with in situ minerals in the numerical model), and short- and long- term simulations.
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Puntuación: 354.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2011/L.24&Lang=R
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GE.11-64496 (R) 2
This step shall involve the assessment of known and inferred structures within the injection formation(s) and cap rock formation(s) that would act as barriers to, or facilitators of, the migration of injected carbon dioxide. This step shall involve the compila- tion of (a) numerical three-dimensional static earth model(s) of the geological storage site. (...) This step shall involve an assessment of how the injected carbon diox- ide can be expected to behave within the geological storage site architecture and surround- ing domains, with a particular focus on the risk of seepage. This step shall utilize numerical dynamic modelling of the injected carbon dioxide using the static model developed in step 2 above to assess coupled processes (i.e. the interaction between each single process in the model), reactive processes (e.g. the interaction of injected carbon dioxide with in situ min- erals in the numerical model) and short- and long-term simulations.
Idioma:Ruso
Puntuación: 353.62 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2011/4&Lang=R
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Download Read More Additional resources Managing an injection safety policy Guiding principles to ensure injection device security AIDE-MEMOIRE for safe and appropriate use of injections Injection safety fact sheet Injection providers’ guide for safe injections Best injection practices guidelines Guide for safe medical treatment Injection safety facts & figures Injection safety questions & answers Implementation tools   Job aids illustrating key steps for each of the blood drawing procedures were developed to make the phlebotomy guidelines more user friendly. (...) Infographic Make your injection a safe injection Infographic Injection Safety - Social graphics Training tools A range of educational tools exist for you to adopt and adapt to support health worker training on the safe and appropriate use of injections and related injuries. IPC Training: Injection safety and needle-stick injury management PPT  |  Trainer Guide  | Student Handbook   Standard precautions: Injection safety and needle-stick injury management Training videos 13 July 2017 Making injections safe, we all have a part to play 26 November 2019 How to give a safe injection?
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Puntuación: 350.08 - https://www.who.int/teams/inte...ntion-control/injection-safety
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Puntuación: 329.24 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/injections
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The WHO multimodal injection safety strategy encourages engagement of multiple stakeholders in order to improve the safety of injection practices. (...) The aim of the POPS Injection Safety Initiative is to develop and maintain a protected web-based platform to allow interactions between private sector/industry stakeholders, such as companies that develop, manufacture and/or distribute safety-engineered injection devices or components thereof, and WHO. (...) Report from he First Meeting of the WHO Private Organizations for Patient Safety Injection Safety Initiative with Syringe Manufacturers (pdf) 567 KB POPS Injection Safety was formally launched on 12 May 2017 in Geneva during the 3rd Global Forum on Medical Devices.
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Puntuación: 329.24 - https://www.who.int/initiative...fety/pops-for-injection-safety
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