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This monograph is a follow-up to the Joint OECD and UN-ECE Workshop to promote assistance for the Implementation of Chemical Accident Programmes
This report presents the Workshop's Conclusions and Recommendations, as well as three discussion documents prepared for the Workshop.
Modern biotechnology could have an important impact both on the scope of genetic changes that can be made to food organisms and on the range of possible food sources. This publication presents scientific papers and the reports of two expert groups concerned with strategies for establishing the safety of novel foods. Anyone involved in safety evaluations of new foods or food components derived through modern biotechnology will find it
Recommends that Member countries take steps to establish, as appropriate, implement and make publicly available a pollutant release and transfer register (PRTR) system using as a basis the principles and information set forth in the OECD Guidance to Governments Manual for PRTRs.
The governments of OECD Member countries declare that they will develop, continue or strengthen, as appropriate, national and co-operative efforts considered necessary to reduce risks from exposures.
This report presents the findings and recommendations of the OECD "Pilot Project" to Compare Pesticide Data Reviews.
This Monograph presents the report of the Special Session held at the OECD in Paris on 30 November and 1 December 1993 to consider issues related to chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response at transport interfaces.
This is one of a series of Environment Monographs that have been published as part of the OECD Environment Programme's work on improving chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response.
This report presents the results of an OECD survey conducted in 1992-1993 on data requirements for pesticide registration.