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as approved by the Task Force on Harmonisation of Classification and Labelling and endorsed by the Joint Meeting of the Chemicals Committee and Working Party on Chemicals, Pesticides and Biotechnology
OECD countries have just taken a huge step forward to ensure the safe use and handling of chemicals. National officials responsible for chemical safety policies have established and agreed on globally accepted criteria for a complete classificati...
This document describes a wide range of practices used by OECD countries to present and disseminate PRTR data to the public.
This monograph describes the issues and events during this meeting held in 1998.
This document is Part I of the proceedings from the OECD international conference, "PRTRs: National and Global Responsibility", which took place in Tokyo, 9-11 September 1998. It was hosted by the Environment Agency of Japan and held in co-opera...
This document is Part II of the proceedings from the OECD international conference, "PRTRs: National and Global Responsibility", which took place in Tokyo, 9-11 September 1998. It was hosted by the Environment Agency of Japan and held in co-oper...
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.
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.
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.