NSP - Code de conduite international sur la gestion des pesticides
 

Le Code de conduite international sur la gestion des pesticides constitue le cadre internationale concernant la gestion des pesticides, destiné à toutes les instances publiques et privées directement ou indirectement concernées par la production, la réglementation et la gestion des pesticides. Le nouveau Code de conduite international sur la gestion des pesticides a été approuvé par la Conférance de la FAO en juin 2013.

 

Le Code fournit des lignes de conduite et sert de référence en ce qui concerne les pratiques rationnelles de gestion du cycle de vie des pesticides, notamment pour les autorités gouvernementales et l'industrie des pesticides.

 

Le Code de conduite est soutenue par des directives techniques qui sont développées par le Groupe d'experts sur la gestion des pesticides.

 

Depuis 2007, les pesticides très dangereux sont un domaine d'intérêt particulier pour la FAO à mettre en œuvre le Code de conduite.

 

Au niveau international, la FAO est participant aux activités de l'Approche stratégique de la gestion des produits chimiques (SAICM) et est une organisation participante dans le Programme Inter-organisations pour la gestion rationnelle des produits chimiques (IOMC)

 

The International Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides is the worldwide guidance document on pesticide management for all public and private entities engaged in, or associated with, the distribution and use of pesticides.  It was adopted for the first time in 1985 by the Twenty-fifth Session of the FAO Conference.  The Code is designed to provide standards of conduct and to serve as a point of reference in relation to sound pesticide management practices, in particular for government authorities and the pesticide industry.

Following the adoption of the Rotterdam Convention in 1998 and in view of the changing international policy framework, as well as the persistence of certain pesticide management problems, particularly in developing countries, in 1999 FAO initiated the update and revision process of the Code.  

In November 2002, the Hundred and Twenty-third Session of the FAO Council (with the authorization of the Thirty-first Session of the FAO Conference) approved the revised version of the International Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides by Council Resolution 1/123.

 To date, the Code of Conduct is the worldwide guidance document on pesticide management for all public and private entities engaged in or associated with the distribution and use of pesticides. Based on the framework of the Code of Conduct various guidelines are being developed or revised in order to provide direct practical guidance and assistance to the pesticide regulatory authorities and to other stakeholders.

 

 

   International Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides

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