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The objective1 of the partnership would be to “facilitate a phase-out of the manufacturing and sale of paints containing lead and the eventual elimination of risks from paint containing lead which contribute to childhood lead exposure”. (...) Consistent with this resolution and our other work on UN initiatives, IPPIC is prepared to discuss how we could be of assistance on the work plan including: • Information exchange on lead levels in paints in various countries; • Information exchange on national, provincial, state, and local regulations and legislation on lead concentrations in paints allowed in various countries; • Information exchange on labeling and certification systems on the presence and concentrations of lead in paint; • Discussing and providing technical assistance on steps that can be taken to phase out lead from paints and surface coatings; • Developing guidelines for establishing national standards; • Providing international support to developing countries by further elaboration of methods to enact comprehensive laws to phase out lead paint uses which contribute to childhood exposure; • Sharing knowledge on the availability of substitutes to replace lead compounds in paints; • Assessing the feasibility of the voluntarily phase-out of the production of lead paints in cooperation with business and industry including on a (sub)regional level; • Information exchange on methods to make housing and other buildings with lead paint safe for occupancy by children and pregnant women; • Information exchange on suggestions for warning labels on new cans of paint alerting users to the health risks that could result if the surfaces being prepared for repainting contain lead paints; • Discussion on steps to reach renovators, painters and other professionals on how to minimize children’s exposure to lead from lead paint; and • Information exchange on promoting general public awareness on the hazards of lead paint. 1 From http://www.saicm.org/documents http://www.saicm.org/documents Page 3, Letter from IPPIC Secretariat on ICCM Project-Lead in Paints IPPIC believes that an agreed upon definition of lead paint should be established in order to focus activities on uses that truly contribute to the health risks of concern. To this end, we respectfully suggest the following definition which is consistent with current industry trade practice: Page 3, Letter from IPPIC Secretariat on ICCM Project-Lead in Paints “The term ‘lead paint’ includes paints, varnishes, lacquers, stains, enamels, glazes, primers or coatings used for any purposes where lead is intentionally added to achieve a defined lead concentration expressed as a percentage of the total non-volatile portion of the product or in the weight of the dried paint film.”
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Score: 1078725.1 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...g_groups/leadinpaint_ippic.pdf
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In 1991 Russia ratified the ILO White Lead (Painting) Convention, 1921 (No. 13) . Independent research has shown that paints containing lead, mainly exterior paints, can easily be found on the Russian market. (...) To offset this burden, the U.S. maintains programs to reduce lead exposure in children including the removal of paints containing lead from homes painted with these paints 35 or more years ago. (...) International trade in lead and in paints containing lead contributes to the widespread availability of paints containing lead in many countries.
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Score: 1075484.1 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ng_groups/eliml&p_proposal.doc
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The obstructions included numerous pieces of paintings predominantly covered with red, blue, green and black paints. (...) Note that the paintings were of interest to experts to explore painting techniques. Analytical research into pigments carried out by restorers showed that a yellow paint was ochre; red paint – cinnabar; green paint – malachite with coal (mixed); brown – ochre as well, possibly umber; white – gypsum.
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Score: 1071634.5 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...culpture%20in%20Kyrgyzstan.pdf
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The Update on the Global Status of Legal Limits on Lead in Paint is provided annually in English and Spanish by the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) in support of the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint (Lead Paint Alliance). (...) Ecuador confirmed they have had a 100 ppm lead limit for some paints for which there is a high likelihood of human contact and a 600 ppm lead limit for other paints and their status was changed to having a lead paint law. Qatar confirmed they have a 600 ppm lead limit for imported paints and their status was changed to having a lead paint law.
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Score: 1070411.5 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...-toward-eliminating-lead-paint
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The Update on the Global Status of Legal Limits on Lead in Paint is provided annually in English and Spanish by the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) in support of the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint (Lead Paint Alliance). (...) Ecuador confirmed they have had a 100 ppm lead limit for some paints for which there is a high likelihood of human contact and a 600 ppm lead limit for other paints and their status was changed to having a lead paint law. Qatar confirmed they have a 600 ppm lead limit for imported paints and their status was changed to having a lead paint law.
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Score: 1070411.5 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...-toward-eliminating-lead-paint
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This week of action is an initiative of the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint (the Lead Paint Alliance), which is jointly led by the UN Environment Programme and WHO.   (...) Use the material below to organize an activity or event to highlight the harm that lead causes and the action that can be taken to prevent exposure, with a focus on the development of lead paint laws. Campaign materials Lead Paint Campaign Support Resources ELIMINATE Lead Paint Work with governments and stakeholders to establish laws eliminating lead paint, and ensuring effective enforcement of lead paint regulations. (...) Other languages French | Russian | Spanish The Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint is a voluntary collaborative initiative that is working towards the global phase-out of the manufacture and sale of paints containing lead and eventually to eliminate the risks that such paints pose.
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Score: 1068910 - https://www.who.int/campaigns/...poisoning-prevention-week/2020
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This week of action is an initiative of the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint (the Lead Paint Alliance), which is jointly led by the UN Environment Programme and WHO.   (...) Use the material below to organize an activity or event to highlight the harm that lead causes and the action that can be taken to prevent exposure, with a focus on the development of lead paint laws. Campaign materials Lead Paint Campaign Support Resources ELIMINATE Lead Paint Work with governments and stakeholders to establish laws eliminating lead paint, and ensuring effective enforcement of lead paint regulations. (...) Other languages French | Russian | Spanish The Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint is a voluntary collaborative initiative that is working towards the global phase-out of the manufacture and sale of paints containing lead and eventually to eliminate the risks that such paints pose.
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Score: 1068910 - https://www.who.int/campaigns/...oisoning-prevention-week/2020/
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Its broad objective is to promote a phase-out of the manufacture and sale of paints containing lead and eventually to eliminate the risks that such paints pose. (...) Key Documents All → 6 February 2022 Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint: business plan (‎Addendum) The purpose of this addendum to the business plan of the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint (also known as the Lead Paint Alliance) is to extend... (...) Download Read More 1 July 2020 Brief guide to analytical methods for measuring lead in paint, 2nd ed This document provides a brief overview of analytical methods available for measuring lead in paint.
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Score: 1065118.1 - https://www.who.int/initiative...liance-to-eliminate-lead-paint
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As a member of the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint, WHO has been commemorating the week since October 2013. (...) This year, WHO also supported to conduct compliance monitoring of standard on lead in paint in all provinces of Nepal, and the reports - Compliance monitoring of Lead paint standard in Nepal and Study of Lead in spray paints, Nepal - were published. (...) During the workshop, implementing partners made the following commitments: Update status of compliance in order to contribute towards effective implementation of lead paint standard; Enhance full compliance of standard and issues associated with Nepal Standard marks in paint packaging, Promotion of lead-free paints which will lessen high Blood Lead Level (BLL) among children; Increase awareness and capacity building with all levels of the government and paint industries with stakeholders.
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Score: 1062604.9 - https://www.who.int/nepal/news...dard-on-lead-in-paint-in-nepal
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M 3 3.0                                     ‐    4.3 Floor Finishing                                     ‐    Ceiling works                                    ‐    Provide and fixing of ceiling board framework  with fiber tapes and coverings                                    ‐    a Treated timber branderings 50 x50mm M 469.0                                     ‐    b Gypsum board  M 2 104.0                                     ‐    Sub Total for Element No.4 Finishing                                    ‐    Painting work                                    ‐    Painting for internal wall should be 4‐6mm thick  skim to walls and prepare surface to receive  painting by using gypsum powrder for internal  and white cement for external walls mixed with  emmulsion paint and cover white emulsion  paint at ratio of 3:1 at first coat and ratio of 2:1  for the second coat.  (...) Apply three coat, smooth  the walls then apply undercoat followed by  wheatherguard painting m2 103.6                                     ‐    b Apply three coats of gypsum powder on ceiling  board, smooth it  M2 103.8                                     ‐    c Prepare the surface and apply 3 coats of emulsion paint to ceiling board M 2 103.8                                     ‐    d Prepare the surface and apply 3‐ coats of vinyl  silk emulsion paint to internal and weather  gurard to external walls of the building M2 207.2                                     ‐    e Provide and apply 2 coats of bituminous paint to plinth area of the building M2 18.9                                     ‐    Sub Total for Element No.5 Painting and  Decorations                                    ‐    Supply and install  Swing set with 3 swings, pc 1                                    ‐    Supply and install  2 See saws mounted on single  frame  one not less 150cm pc 2                                    ‐    Supply and install one ladder and slide; height  not less than 200cm  pc 1                                    ‐    Supply mats in the classroom pc 5                                    ‐    Assorted learning materials ‐ story books,   picture books, basic stationaries (to be  purchased in consultation with UNESCO) Package 1             500,000                    500,000.00   6.  (...) m 2 110.3 ‐                                 Externally ‐Apply two coats white cement mixed  with emmulsion paint for skimming then  undercoat Emmulsion  followed by painting  wheatherguard three coats m2 110.3 Internally‐ Use Gypsum pouder mixed with  skimming paint for skimming then apply one  coat of undercoat followed by silk paint. m 2 110.3 SUB‐TOTAL FOR WINDOWS ‐                                 4 Supply and fix sawn soft wood treated tember  and nails. ‐                                 a 50mm x 75mm softwood around the wall  Lm 70 ‐                                 b 50mm x50mm soft wood 600 c/c draft Lm 110 ‐                                 c 9mm thick gypsum boards m² 24 ‐                                 d Cornices Lm 37 ‐                                 e Apply gypsum powder mixed with emmulsion  paint on gypsum board by skimming m² 17 ‐                                 f Apply undercoat emmulsion paint followed by  wheatherguard two coats on the board m² 17 ‐                                 Total Ceiling  ‐                                 Cement and sand (1;4) Screeds and  backings Supply and lay 25mm thick cement sand screed  floor finish in two coats steel trowelled to a  smooth finish m2 26 ‐                                 SUB‐TOTAL FOR FLOOR FINISHING ‐                                 TOTAL KITCHEN AND STORE                                    ‐    C ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY UNIT PRICE‐TZS TOTAL AMOUNT 1 Supply and fixing hardwood or treated  softwood timber including fixing nails and 6mm  bar for tying trusses 5 FLOOR FINISHING PROPOSED BILL OF QUANTITIES FOR COMPLETION OF TOILET PITS  FACILITIES  CEILLING  ROOF STRUCTURE & COVERING Page 5/8 Timber 2 '' X 3''  purlins m 14 ‐                                 Timber 2'' X 4'' , wall plate and rafter m 12 ‐                                 Timber 1'' X 8'' sawn for facial board m 13 ‐                                 NOTE: The above softwood  timber structure  should be pressure impregnated treated ‐                                 ‐                                 Roof Covering ‐                                 Supply and fix Corrogated coloured Iron Sheet  28 Gauge  as manufactured by ALAF/ KIBOKO or  other approved as district engineer with 150mm  end laps and two corrugation side laps with  approved nails m2 10.86 ‐                                 SUB‐TOTAL ROOF STRUCTURE & COVERING ‐                                 2 Provide and fix steel door (Frame size 840mm x  2100mm ) Square pipe 1.25" to 1.25" and Plate  G18, well welded, provide all fittings including  red oxide and  finishing  by painting 2 ‐                                 Total Doors ‐                                 3 Supply and fix window grill made with 20mm x  50mm thick mediume square pipe and 5mm flat  bar painted red‐oxide, fished three coats of oil  paint 630mmX 770mm high  No 1 ‐                                 630mmX 760mm high  No 1 ‐                                 ‐                                 Plastering ‐                                 Externally ‐Apply two coats white cement mixed  with emmulsion paint for skimming then  undercoat Emmulsion  followed by painting  wheatherguard three coats m2 57.9 ‐                                 Internally ‐Apply two coats white cement mixed  with emmulsion paint for skimming then  undercoat Emmulsion  followed by painting silk  paint three coats m 2 80 ‐                                 SUB‐TOTAL FOR WINDOWS ‐                                 4 Cement and sand (1;4) Screeds and  backings Supply and lay 25mm thick cement sand screed  floor finish in two coats steel trowelled to a  smooth finish m2 23.8 ‐                                 SUB‐TOTAL FOR FINISHING ‐                                 5 DOOR RAISER/TOWER FOR TANK 5000Ltrs FLOOR FINISHING WINDOWS Page 6/8 a Supply and install Tank tower 2500mm high, use  Black pipe 2.5''   and flat bars 2''at the top for  resting a Tank. 
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Score: 1060102.6 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de.../boq-cbecd-kasulu-20211012.pdf
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