International Pesticide Product Registration Requirements: The Road to Harmonization

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Overview

This volume presents an up-to-date perspective on international registration and testing requirements for pesticides. It emphasizes efforts to develop a consensus on technical, laboratory, and regulatory requirements that will promote international trade. It includes a valuable comparison of accreditation programs and regulatory monitoring for laboratory compliance. The essays are divided into six areas: the impact of international trade agreements on health and environmental testing and registration;
comparisons of ISO laboratory accreditation programs with
OECD, GLP, and national GLP programs; the U.S. EPA FIFRA GLP
program and proposed impact of the U.S. National
Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program; the Food
Quality Protection Act; National testing and registration standards for the U.S., Canada, Mexico, India, Australia,
Japan, Central and South America, and Europev; and computer validation methods.
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No date or location are noted for the symposium, which was called to raise the level of understanding about the different national registration procedures now current, to discuss the international pesticide product registration process, and to provide a forum to synchronize technical and regulatory requirement for producing universal data quality standards. Contributors from government and industry in many countries offer 34 papers on such topics as international harmonization through ISO, good laboratory practice regulations of the US Environmental Protection Agency, an industry perspective on the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996, the environmental assessment of pesticides in Brazil, and good laboratory practices and pesticide regulation in Japan. The subject index is very detailed. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780841235991
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society
  • Publication date: 7/28/1999
  • Series: ACS Symposium Series , #724
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
1. Overview, Richard Turle
2. International Trade Agreements and Their Impact on Health and Environmental Standards and Quality Assurance of Data, Iriving L. Fuller
3. International Harmonization via ISO, Peter Spath
4. Laboratory Competence: ISO Guide 25 or GLP, John Gilmour and Helen Liddy
5. The OECD GLP Principles and ISO/IEC Guide 25: Schisms and Bridges, Theo Helder
6. The Impact of Good Laboratory Practice Accreditation Programs on Laboratory Operation, Patricia D. Royal
7. Third Party Laboratory Accreditation: A2LA--A Case Study, Roxanne M. Robinson
8. Laboratory Accreditation under the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program for Laboratories and Field Sites Conduction GLP Studies in the United States: An Update, William W. John
9. Good Laboratory Practice Regulations of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Our Mission--Past, Present, and Future, Francisca E. Liem and Mark J. Lehr
10. Proposed Changes in FIFRA GLPS: Impact on the Agricultural Industry, William J. Litchfield
11. Recent Revisions to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Residue Chemistry, Christine L. Olinger
12. The Effects of the Harmonization of Regulatory Requirements on the Crop Protection Industry, Frederick L. Groya
13. Implementation of the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996, Margaret J. Stasikowski and Kathleen A. Martin
14. Impact of the Food Quality Protection Act on Industry: An Illustration Using Case Studies, C. Barrow, B. Shurdut, and D. Eisenbrandt
15. The Food Quality Protection Act of 1996: An Industry Perspective, Mark W. Galley
16. Good Laboratory Practices and Pesticide Regulation in Mexico, Amada Velez
17. Pesticides Registration Process in Mexico, J. P. Serres, J. Morgado, and G. Salas
18. Environmental Assessment of Pesticides in Brazil, G. S. J. Dubois et al.
19. Brazilian and South American Pesticide Registration: The Industrial Perspective, Thaïs Reis Machado
20. Status of Pesticides Control in Cordoba, Argentina, Mirtha Nassetta and Sara Palacios
21. International Multi-Country Field Studies: GLP Problems and Solutions, Markus M. Jensen
22. Field Trials in Latin America: Se Habla GLP?, Steve West
23. The Canadian Pesticide Registration System in the Context of International Harmonization, Daniel Chaput
24. Quality Assurance for Environmental Laboratories in Canada, Richard Turle, Neil McQuaker, and Rick Wilson
25. Registration Procedures for Agrochemicals in the European Union, Jorge-I. Celorio
26. GLP in the European Union: Regulations, Implementation, and Experiences, Jutta Lange and Jorge-I. Celorio
27. Registration in France: A Changing Scene: GLP Certification--2 Plays in One, Dominique Ambrosi and Christine Touratier
28. GLP Considerations on the Road to Mutual Acceptability: A Swiss Perspective, Iris R. Wüthrich
29. Ecotoxicology and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP): European Requirements and Practices, Nigel J. Dent
30. Registration of Plant Protection Products: Comparison of the U.S. and EU Models, Héctor F. Galicia and Ronald J. Breteler
31. Good Laboratory Practices and Pesticide Regulation in Japan, Fumihiko Ichinohe
32. GLP National Status and Facilities in India for Pesticide Product Registration, B. Vasantharaj David
33. Validation of Complete GC and HPLC Systems in Analytical Chemistry: Is Validation of Individual System Components Really Necessary?, Michael Williams
34. Validation, Verification: Possibility, Probability, Richard E. Cooney

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