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COMMENTS AND RESPONSES RELATING TO THE DRAFT RISK PROFILE ON LINDANE
The annex to the present note contains a table listing the comments on the draft risk profile received in accordance with the standard work plan for the preparation of a draft risk profile and responses to those comments by the working group. (...) Challenge of information: “The Risk Profile focuses only on lindane. It seems shortsighted to not consider all isomers of HCH together.” (...) Australia It is not intended to include a risk profile for other isomers and since not much is mentioned regarding other isomers.
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COMMENTS AND RESPONSES RELATING TO THE DRAFT RISK PROFILE ON PERFLUOROOCTANE SULFONATE
The 11th May Draft Risk Profile incorporates information and comments received to that date. (...) The definition on page 3 in the Risk Profile clearly defines what the abbreviation PFOS stands for. (...) Not addressed in the risk profile. Generic comments on how the risk profiles should be written and how the chemical industry would like to see the issues addressed.
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ILLICIT DRUG PROFILING IN INTERNATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT : MAXIMIZING OUTCOME AND IMPROVING COOPERATION : REVISED DRAFT RESOLUTION / AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND AND THAILAND
.: Limited 17 March 2004 Original: English V.04-51893 (E) *0451893* Commission on Narcotic Drugs Forty-seventh session Vienna, 15-22 March 2004 Agenda item 6 Illicit drug traffic and supply Australia, New Zealand and Thailand: revised draft resolution Illicit drug profiling in international law enforcement: maximizing outcome and improving cooperation The Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Recalling Economic and Social Council resolution 2003/35 of 22 July 2003, in which the Council called upon Member States to adopt effective measures to strengthen international cooperation projects aimed at the prohibition and control of drug trafficking and to deal with the activities of criminal groups involved in such trafficking and the diversification of their methods and transport routes, Recalling also its resolution 1 (XXXIX), in which it requested the Executive Director to develop standard protocols and methods for the profiling/signature analysis of key narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, Recognizing the work done by the Laboratory and Scientific Section of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the international forensic community and their efforts to enhance international cooperation, Recognizing also the value of illicit drug characterization and profiling in supporting law enforcement intelligence-gathering and operational work and the international fight against illicit drugs, Noting the need for the effective exchange of drug profiling information between States to optimize the intelligence capacity of drug profiling programmes and facilitate the identification of illicit drug sources, trafficking patterns and distribution networks, Noting all the efforts made by different countries and regions involved in drug profiling and in establishing databases in this regard, 2 E/CN.7/2004/L.15/Rev.1 1. Affirms the need to develop and, subsequently, to harmonize the illicit drug profiling activities of the international drug law enforcement community; 2. Requests the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, in cooperation with Member States and subject to the availability of voluntary funds, which might be either from general-purpose funds, in accordance with the Commission on Narcotic Drugs guidelines for the use of general-purpose funds,1 or from earmarked funds, to prepare a report identifying current drug profiling initiatives and best practices, and encourages Member States: (a) To seek to enhance their capacity to undertake profile analysis of seized illicit drugs, including heroin, cocaine and amphetamine-type stimulants; (b) To participate in the international exchange of profile analysis information and samples of seized illicit drugs for profile analysis purposes; (c) To seek to review their legislation with a view to facilitating the exchange of drug profiling information and drug samples with other States; 3.
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ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA: STOCKHOLM CONVENTION ON PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS REVIEW COMMITTEE, SECOND MEETING, GENEVA, 6–10 NOVEMBER 2006
Consideration of draft risk profiles (a) Pentabromodiphenyl ether 14. The Committee will have before it notes by the Secretariat on the draft risk profile for pentabromodiphenyl ether (UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/7) and on comments and responses relating to the draft risk profile for pentabromodiphenyl ether (UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/15). (...) The Committee will have before it notes by the Secretariat on the draft risk profile for chlordecone (UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/8) and on comments and responses relating to the draft risk profile for chlordecone (UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/16). (...) The Committee will have before it notes by the Secretariat on the draft risk profile for lindane (UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/10) and on comments and responses relating to the draft risk profile for lindane (UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/18).
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PROGRESS IN IMPLEMENTING THE DECISIONS OF THE COMMISSION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT RELATED TO IMPROVEMENTS IN NATIONAL REPORTING AND FURTHER WORK ON INDICATORS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The draft country profiles were then sent to each country for verification and updating. (...) A total of 444 draft thematic profiles were drafted by the Commission secretariat. (...) It should be noted that information for the first three categories was obtained from both the 2002 country profiles and the 2003 guidelines. For the fourth category, “information management”, information came from the 2002 country profiles only.
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COMMENTS AND RESPONSES RELATING TO THE DRAFT RISK PROFILE ON SHORT-CHAINED CHLORINATED PARAFFINS AND ON THE DISCUSSION PAPER ON ISSUES AND COMMON PRACTICES IN THE APPLICATION OF THE ANNEX E CRITERIA
Hence, it is necessary to evaluate the potential Do not disagree, but revision of the Profile to include more detailed analysis of toxicity considered outside the scope of the Profile. (...) In particular the Annex E process, its purpose and scope and the role of the POPRC, as well as information on what risk profiles are, the information requirements for risk profiles set by Annex E, a description of their the content of risk profiles, the purpose of developing risk profiles together with relevant and necessary information on the Annex D and F processes should be presented. (...) If such information has been provided in some risk profiles it is because it was possible because the data were available to the drafting team (e.g. the HBCD risk profile).
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COUNTRY PROFILES ON THE HOUSING SECTOR : NOTE
(b) Did the Country Profiles help to set priorities for immediate action? (c) Did the Country Profiles help to harmonize individual projects with long-term strategies? (d) Have the Country Profiles been useful for: (i) All interested parties in the reviewed country?
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STANDARDIZED FUNDING MODEL OF THE GLOBAL FIELD SUPPORT STRATEGY : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL : CORRIGENDUM
Table 2 Replace table 2 with the table below. Profile 3 15,000 uniformed personnel Profile 2 10,000 uniformed personnel Profile 1 5,000 uniformed personnel Scenario one: baseline funding requirement $319m $494m $673m Scenario two: funding requirements adjusted for mission-specific factors $502m $738m $981m Mission-specific factors affecting logistics and mission area A /65/696/C orr.1 11-27542 3 Table 2 Proposed standard funding levels for a 12-month period (Thousands of United States dollars) Scenario one: baseline Scenario two: baseline adjusted for mission size and logistical challenges Profile 1 Profile 2 Profile 3 Profile 1 Profile 2 Profile 3 Mandated level of uniformed personnel 5 000 10 000 15 000 5 000 10 000 15 000 Military and police personnel Military observers 2 673.5 5 578.3 7 968.7 2 673.5 5 578.3 7 968.7 Military contingents 82 062.7 154 673.9 234 406.4 105 797.1 198 922.3 301 595.4 United Nations police 7 535.0 15 379.8 21 882.7 7 535.0 15 379.8 21 882.7 Formed police units 6 304.5 22 066.4 34 574.9 7 751.0 27 128.7 42 530.2 Subtotal 98 575.7 197 698.4 298 832.7 123 756.6 247 009.1 373 977.0 Civilian personnel International staff 31 891.3 43 139.4 54 387.0 41 551.5 66 104.2 90 615.4 National staff 5 985.4 8 098.2 10 206.2 14 348.1 22 814.5 31 284.8 United Nations Volunteers 1 565.2 2 116.7 2 668.5 1 729.7 2 755.6 3 777.8 Subtotal 39 441.9 53 354.3 67 261.7 57 629.3 91 674.3 125 678.0 Operational costs Consultants 58.5 79.2 99.8 106.1 168.7 231.3 Official travel 832.2 1 017.3 1 205.3 1 055.6 1 498.9 1 941.0 Facilities and infrastructure 61 431.8 95 451.6 130 777.8 82 578.6 123 487.6 165 693.7 Ground transportation 33 111.0 49 218.6 64 373.6 40 494.4 60 262.8 78 978.8 Air transportation 45 322.2 45 322.2 45 322.2 142 001.5 142 001.5 142 001.5 Communications 22 977.6 25 770.0 30 633.3 30 055.4 33 779.1 39 598.4 Information technology 7 874.4 9 759.7 11 598.1 9 763.4 13 089.6 16 229.8 Medical 2 072.2 3 972.0 5 858.5 2 579.7 4 509.1 6 650.3 Special equipment 1 094.4 2 187.8 3 267.4 1 188.2 2 373.5 3 543.1 A /65/696/C orr.1 4 11-27542 Scenario one: baseline Scenario two: baseline adjusted for mission size and logistical challenges Profile 1 Profile 2 Profile 3 Profile 1 Profile 2 Profile 3 Other supplies, services and equipment 5 585.7 9 365.9 13 048.0 9 713.8 17 512.3 25 209.7 Quick-impact projects 400.0 700.0 900.0 700.0 900.0 900.0 Subtotal 180 760.0 242 844.3 307 084.0 320 236.7 399 583.1 480 977.6 Gross requirements 318 777.6 493 897.0 673 178.4 501 622.6 738 266.5 980 632.6 Staff assessment income 4 232.9 5 726.2 7 219.3 6 476.1 10 302.0 14 122.8 Net requirements 314 544.7 488 170.8 665 959.1 495 146.5 727 964.5 966 509.8 Total requirements 318 777.6 493 897.0 673 178.4 501 622.6 738 266.5 980 632.6 Note: Amounts will be prorated according to the duration of the commitment authority as well as the first budget.
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STOCKHOLM CONVENTION ON PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS REVIEW COMMITTEE: SECOND MEETING: LIST OF DOCUMENTS BY AGENDA ITEM
.: General 23 October 2006 English only Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants Persistent Organic Pollutants Review Committee Second meeting Geneva, 6–10 November 2006 List of documents by agenda item Agenda item Subject Document title Document symbol 2 Organizational matters (a) Adoption of the agenda Provisional agenda UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/1 Annotated provisional agenda UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/1/Add.1 Scenario note for the second meeting of the Persistent Organic Pollutants Review Committee UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/1 (b) Organization of work Tentative schedule for the meeting UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/2 3 Review of outcomes of the second meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the Stockholm Convention of relevance to the work of the Committee Outcomes of the second meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the Stockholm Convention relevant to the work of the Committee UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/3 4 Operational issues Confidentiality arrangements UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/2 (a) Confidentiality arrangements Analysis and comments relating to confidentiality arrangements UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/20 (b) Treatment of isomers or groups of isomers of chemicals proposed for listing in Annexes A, B or C of the Convention Approach to considering isomers or groups of isomers of chemicals proposed for listing in Annexes A, B or C of the Convention UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/3 (c) Listing chemicals the transformation products of which are chemicals proposed for listing in Annexes A, B or C of the Convention Consideration of chemicals the trans- formation products of which are chemicals proposed for listing in Annexes A, B or C of the Convention UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/4 UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/21 2 Agenda item Subject Document title Document symbol Roster of experts UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/5 (d) Roster of experts Experts nominated by Parties for the roster of experts UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/11 (e) Standard workplan for the preparation in the period between the second and third meetings of the Committee of a draft risk profile and a draft risk management evaluation Submission of information specified in Annex F of the Convention (Note: see standard workplan contained in annex V of the document) UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/6 Submission of information specified in Annex F of the Convention UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/6 Risk management options under the Convention UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/12 Comments and responses relating to the submission of information specified in Annex F of the Convention UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/13 (f) Submission of information specified in Annex F of the Convention Process to develop draft risk profiles UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/14 5 Consideration of draft risk profiles Draft risk profile: pentabromodiphenyl ether UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/7 (a) Pentabromodiphenyl ether Comments and responses relating to the draft risk profile on pentabromodiphenyl ether UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/15 Draft risk profile: chlordecone UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/8 (b) Chlordecone Comments and responses relating to the draft risk profile on chlordecone UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/16 Draft risk profile: hexabromobiphenyl UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/9 (c) Hexabromobiphenyl Comments and responses relating to the draft risk profile on hexabromobiphenyl UNEP/POPS/POPRC.1/INF/17 Draft risk profile: lindane UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/10 (d) Lindane Comments and responses relating to the draft risk profile on lindane UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/18 Draft risk profile: perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/11 (e) Perfluorooctane sulfonate Comments and responses relating to the draft risk profile on perfluorooctane sulfonate UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/19 6 Consideration of chemicals newly proposed for inclusion in Annexes A, B or C of the Convention Verification of whether new proposals contain the information specified in Annex D of the Convention UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/9 Summary of octabromodiphenyl ether proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/12 (a) Octabromodiphenyl ether Octabromodiphenyl ether proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/4 Summary of pentachlorobenzene proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/13 (b) Pentachlorobenzene Pentachlorobenzene proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/5 Summary of short-chained chlorinated paraffins proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/14 (c) Short-chained chlorinated paraffins Short-chained chlorinated paraffins proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/6 Summary of alpha hexachlorocyclohexane proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/15 (d) Alpha hexachlorocyclohexane Alpha hexachlorocyclohexane proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/7 UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/21 3 Agenda item Subject Document title Document symbol Summary of beta hexachlorocyclohexane proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/16 (e) Beta hexachlorocyclohexane Beta hexachlorocyclohexane proposal UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/8 7 Other matters Terms of office of members of the Committee UNEP/POPS/POPRC.2/INF/10 ___________________
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COMMENTS AND RESPONSES RELATING TO THE DRAFT RISK PROFILE ON ALPHA HEXACHLOROCYCLOHEXANE
Explanation: The approach of the lindane risk profile regarding the bioaccumulation section was also applied for the risk profile on alpha- HCH due to the similarities of the isomers. (...) In addition the lindane risk profile also contains BCF expressed on a lipid base. (...) Also other parts of the draft risk profile refer to HCHs. Therefore no text change is proposed.
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