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Législation sur l'homologation des pesticides








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    Code de conduite international sur la gestion des pesticides. Directives sur les pesticides extrêmement dangereux 2018
    The FAO/WHO Guidelines on Highly Hazardous Pesticides (HHPs) elaborate upon specific articles in the International Code of Conduct on Pesticide Management that address HHPs. This document is intended to provide guidance to countries on how to interpret and apply these articles effectively in order to reduce risks posed by HHPs. Countries are encouraged to identify the HHPs in use, to assess the risks involved and to decide upon appropriate measures to mitigate these risks. These guidelines apply to all pesticides, including agricultural, public health, household, amenity and industrial pesticides. They have been developed by the FAO/WHO Joint Meeting on Pesticide Management (JMPM).
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    Provisional Guidelines on Tender Procedures for the Procurement of Pesticides 1994
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    Provide guidance to both suppliers and procurers of pesticides, on the steps to be taken to ensure that pesticides obtained are of the required quality and are suitably packaged and labelled, taking into account local transport and warehousing facilities. The guidance provided is relevant to all procurement agencies – government agencies, donor agencies or other organizations and private procurers, regardless of whether the pesticides concerned are for use by farmers or others. The guidelines ar e designed to facilitate avoidance of problems commonly encountered in developing countries, such as supply of sub-standard and inappropriate formulations, contained in unsuitable packaging of poor quality and with inadequate labelling.
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    International Code of Conduct on Pesticide Management - Guidance on Pesticide Legislation - Second edition 2020
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    The purpose of the guidelines is to provide guidance to governments that seek to review, update or design national pesticide legislation. It should be emphasized, however, that legislation alone cannot ensure effective pesticide management and adequate protection of the environment and public health. Governments will need to have in place the necessary institutional infrastructure for registering pesticides and enforcing legislation. Further, governments also need effective supporting policies and tools to promote sustainable pest and pesticide management. This may include promoting Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and Integrated Vector Management (IVM) through training programmes and incentive schemes, increasing availability and use of low risk products, fostering scientific research, carrying out public education campaigns and providing training for inspectors, retailers and professional users. A solid legislative framework should underpin the selected institutional framework, policies and tools. This document supersedes the Guidelines for Legislation on the Control of Pesticides of 1989.

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