The training is open to candidates from the Asia Pacific region, and will take place in Thailand, in the Bangkok area, 1-5 June, 2020.
About the training
The training will provide the participants with an understanding of the steps of the pesticide registration process, basic principles of risk assessment and risk management of pesticides as well as basic skills to perform such assessments. The emphasis is on highly hazardous pesticides (HHPs) and on the use of peer reviewed and accessible information for the assessment and management of such pesticides nationally. The training also seeks to establish and promote existing networks of experts which can further share their knowledge with other relevant colleagues (train the trainers).
The training is aimed primarily at pesticide registrars and other experts involved in national pesticide registration processes.
The training is financed by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and organized by the Swedish Chemicals Agency (KemI) as part of the on-going support for capacity development on preventive chemicals control in participating countries.
Preparatory phase (before the training)
Each participant should have familiarized themselves with the structure and content of the FAO pesticide registration toolkit and the criteria for identifying highly hazardous pesticides according to the FAO/WHO International Code of Conduct on Pesticide Management .
Training phase (5 days)
The training consists of five days with a combination of lectures, demonstrations and exercises with mentor support. The training will take place in Thailand, in the Bangkok area, 1-5 June 2020.
Follow up period (4 weeks after the training)
Each participant is expected to develop a plan for how the knowledge from the training will be used and shared within their organization.
- Framing the issue, pesticide management.
- How to use the pesticide registration toolkit to access data and assessments of pesticides.
- Risk assessment in theory and in practice; health effects, environmental effects and exposure scenarios.
- Risk management.
- Key principles and criteria for identification of highly hazardous pesticides, including country experiences of work on shortlists of HHP:s.
Application is no longer possible.
Further contact and information
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