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This report presents the main generic management system standards (i.e. those MS standards used internationally and across business sectors) with special reference to the chemical industry.
The Resource Centre provides a clearinghouse of guidance manuals/documents ofrelease estimation techniques for the principal pollutant release and transfer registers developed by OECD member countries. The manuals and documents include descriptive information on the sources of pollution and the pollutants that are released, as well as information on emission factors, mass balance methods, engineering calculations, and monitoring
Recommends that Member countries establish or strengthen national programmes for the prevention of, preparedness for, and response to accidents involving hazardous substances.
OECD has initiated a new project to help Member countries and others assess and mange the impacts of chemicals throughout their life cycle (i.e., from production of a chemical substances, to distribution, use, recycling and/or recovery and final ...
This report presents the main output of the OECD Workshop on Audits and Inspections related to Chemical Accident Prevention, Preparedness and Response, which took place in Madrid, Spain, on 6-9 March 2001.
This report presents the main output of the OECD Special Session on Environmental Consequences of Chemical Accidents, which took place in Paris, on 28 November 2000.
This report presents the main output of the OECD Workshop on Integrated Management of Safety, Health, Environment and Quality, which took place in Seoul, Korea, on 26-29 June 2001.
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This document presents the recommendations developed during the OECD sessions on "Chemical Accident Investigations" that were held on 2, 5 and 6 October 2000, in Orlando (US).
NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES, which are found in a variety of applications including cordless and cellular phones, power tools, household appliances, hobbies and games, camcorders and computers, CAN BE RECYCLED in a number of countries.
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