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  • 21-August-2013

    English

    Co-Operation on Risk Assessment: Prioritisation of Important Issues on Risk Assessment of Manufactured Nanomaterials - Final Report

    This document follows on from a report entitled Important Issues on Risk Assessment of Manufactured Nanomaterials [ENV/JM/MONO(2012)8]. This report identified a range of issues which the WPMN considered important in risk assessment and which should be addressed in the future. It summarised results of a survey which was circulated to delegations of the WPMN, methodologies used to analyze the survey, and the identified priorities.

  • 20-August-2013

    English

    Environment, health and safety briefs

    Four new EHS briefs show the objectives, outcomes and benefits of the Pesticides, (Q)SARs, MAD and PFCs programmes.

  • 12-August-2013

    English

    Test Guidelines: Updates

    On 26 July 2013, the OECD Council adopted three new, six updated and one corrected OECD Test Guidelines for the testing of chemicals, as well as a new Introduction to the Section 5, Part A on Pesticides Residue Chemistry.

  • 6-August-2013

    English

    Environmentally Sustainable Use of Manufactured Nanomaterials - Workshop held on 14 September 2011 in Rome, Italy

    This workshop report is important because it provides background information on the sustainable use of nanomaterials with a focus on Life Cycle Assessment. This information will be used to guide future activities of the Working Party on Manufactured Nanomaterials.

  • 2-August-2013

    English

    (Q)SARs: Guidance documents and reports

    Four new tutorials are available that provide illustrated examples for the use of the functionalities of the Query tool , the AOP workflow for Skin Sensitization, the information form the ECHA CHEM database and the capability to analyse tautomeric structures. The examples cover both human health (skin sensitisation) and environmental (acute aquatic toxicity to fish) endpoints.

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  • 1-August-2013

    English

    Guidance for Assessment of the Efficacy of Baits Against Garden Ants

    This biocide document provides guidance on the conduct of laboratory and field tests aimed to assess the efficacy of anti-ants baits for indoor use. A bait contains one or more insecticidal active ingredients combined with food for garden ants.

  • 12-July-2013

    English

    Series on Testing and Assessment: Publications by Number

    Seven new publications are available in the OECD Series on Testing and Assessment, No. 151 and No.186 to No.191. Most of them accompany existing OECD Test Guidelines, or provide guidance for specific areas of chemical safety testing (e.g. microbicide or biocide efficacy testing).

  • 11-July-2013

    English, PDF, 446kb

    Predicting aquatic toxicity with the QSAR Toolbox

    11/07/2013 –Recently the OECD released the third generation of the QSAR Toolbox. For this purpose, the guidance document for grouping chemicals to fill data gaps for acute aquatic toxicity have been updated. This guidance document should support the user of the QSAR Toolbox to build categories that are mechanistically and structurally robust.

  • 11-July-2013

    English, PDF, 764kb

    Predicting genetic toxicity with the QSAR Toolbox

    11/07/2013 –Recently the OECD released the third generation of the QSAR Toolbox. For this purpose, the guidance document for grouping chemicals to fill data gaps for genetic toxicity and genotoxic carcinogenicity have been updated. This guidance document should support the user of the QSAR Toolbox to build categories that are mechanistically and structurally robust.

  • 11-July-2013

    English

    Measure pesticide residues in meat, milk, eggs, etc.

    This document provides guidance on pesticide residue studies and describes differences in OECD countries in livestock feeding practices and diet composition. The data obtained from these studies allow quantifying the transfer of residues from feedstuff to animal and establishing maximum limits which ensure that these residues do not pose unacceptable risks for consumers.

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