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  • 27-June-2014

    English

    Green growth: chemical safety and biosafety

    Predicting the properties of chemicals without animal testing, substitution of hazardous substances, the sustainable use of manufactured nanomaterials or integrated pest management are some examples of the way OECD work on chemical safety and biosafety is contributing to green growth.

  • 19-juin-2014

    Français

    Document de consensus sur la biologie du manioc

    Ce document constitue un outil pour l’évaluation de la sécurité environnementale des nouvelles variétés de MANIOC issues de la biotechnologie moderne. Le manioc étant une culture vivrière essentielle en Afrique, Asie et Amérique latine, ce document sera utile à de nombreux lecteurs intéressés aux questions de sécurité biologique.

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  • 11-June-2014

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    Green Growth: Chemical safety and biosafety

    This new brochure shows how the OECD's Chemical Safety and Biosafety programmeis contributing to green growth through its innovation and green technology development policy aspects.

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  • 10-June-2014

    English, PDF, 1,179kb

    EHS Newsletter, June 2014

    This newsletter provides an update on the main events and activities of the Environment, Health and Safety Programme of the OECD.

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  • 3-June-2014

    English

    The Global Harmonised Submission Transport Standard (GHSTS) has been published

    The first version of the Globally Harmonised Submission and Transport Standard was published May 2014. The GHSTS is a standardised set of technical specifications used to assemble electronic files for any pesticide package in a predefined manner. Once the files are assembled according to the specifications, they can be transferred from a business entity to a regulatory authority and can be extracted for use in a regulatory process.

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  • 23-mai-2014

    Anglais

    Prédictions d’élimination/rejet par les stations d’épuration des eaux d’égout associées à l’évaluation de l’exposition et aux IETMP – Résumé et compilation des réponses à une enquête de l’OCDE conduite en 2012

    Ce document rassemble des informations sur les méthodologies, les outils et les modèles actuellement utilisés, et permet au lecteur d’identifier ceux qui s’appliquent le mieux à l’estimation de l’élimination/des rejets de substances particulières par les stations d’épuration des eaux d’égout. Il peut également contribuer à améliorer ces modèles et ces outils.

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  • 24-April-2014

    English

    Report of the OECD/KEMI/EU workshop on microbial pesticides: assessment and management of risks

    A report of the 2013 joint OECD/Swedish Chemicals Agency/European Commission workshop on the assessment and management of risks of microbial pesticides that resulted in 20 recommendations for approaches that could be taken now and areas for follow-up work to be undertaken by OECD or Member countries.

  • 24-April-2014

    English

    Managing pesticide risk to insect pollinators: new website

    This website gives information about the regulatory approaches adopted by OECD member countries to mitigate pesticide risks to insect pollinators. Following a survey of OECD member countries, it was concluded that mitigation of risks to insect pollinators is important to all its member countries, and that mitigation is a critical component of balancing the benefits of plant protection products with potential risks to insect pollinators.

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  • 15-April-2014

    English

    Guidance on grouping of chemicals, second edition

    The OECD has published the second edition of the guidance on grouping of chemicals. This edition has been augmented with experience and examples encountered in the OECD Cooperative Chemicals Assessment Programme. It also introduces new or revised guidance on elaborating the analogue and category approach, quantitative and qualitative read-across, justifying read-across, and using bioprofiling results for grouping chemicals.

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  • 11-April-2014

    English

    Harmonised method for characterising oleochemical substances for assessment purposes.

    The OECD has published a guidance for characterising oleochemical substances. The method presented gives guidance on how these complex substances can be characterised in a way that their composition is accurately and consistently reflected to ensure that substances with the same chemical composition, manufactured in different countries, can be characterised with the same description for hazard assessment purposes.

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