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Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Convention on the Prior Informed Consent Procedure for Certain Hazardouschemicals and Pesticides in International Trade, Rotterdam, 10-11 September 1998

[Preamble]

Annex I - Resolutions Adopted By The Conference Of Plenipotentiaries On The Convention On The Prior Informed Consent Procedure For Certain Hazardous Chemicals And Pesticides In International Trade

1. Resolution on interim arrangements

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II
III

2. Resolution Concerning the Secretariat

3. Tribute to the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

Annex II - Statement By The President Of The Conference Of PlenipotentiarIes On The Convention On The Prior Informed Consent Procedure For Certain Hazardous Chemicals And Pesticides In International Trade

[statement]

Annex III - Rotterdam Convention On The Prior Informed Consent Procedure For Certain Hazardous Chemicals And Pesticides In International Trade

[preamble]

Article 1 - Objective

Article 2 - Definitions

Article 3 - Scope of the Convention

Article 4 - Designated national authorities

Article 5 - Procedures for banned or severely restricted chemicals

Article 6 - Procedures for severely hazardous pesticide formulations

Article 7 - Listing of chemicals in Annex III

Article 8 - Chemicals in the voluntary Prior Informed Consent procedure

Article 9 - Removal of chemicals from Annex III

Article 10 - Obligations in relation to imports of chemicals listed in Annex III

Article 11 - Obligations in relation to exports of chemicals listed in Annex III

Article 12 - Export notification

Article 13 - Information to accompany exported chemicals

Article 14 - Information exchange

Article 15 - Implementation of the Convention

Article 16 - Technical assistance

Article 17 - Non-Compliance

Article 18 - Conference of the Parties

Article 19 - Secretariat

Article 20 - Settlement of disputes

Article 21 - Amendments to the Convention

Article 22 - Adoption and amendment of annexes

Article 23 - Voting

Article 24 - Signature

Article 25 - Ratification, acceptance, approval or accession

Article 26 - Entry into force

Article 27 - Reservations

Article 28 - Withdrawal

Article 29 - Depositary

Article 30 - Authentic texts

Annex I - Information Requirements For Notifications Made Pursuant To Article 5

1. Properties, identification and uses
2. Final regulatory action

Annex II - Criteria For Listing Banned Or Severely Restricted Chemicals In Annex III

Annex III - Chemicals Subject To The Prior Informed Consent Procedure

Annex IV - Information and Criteria for Listing Severely Hazardous Pesticide Formulations in Annex III

Part 1. Documentation required from a proposing Party Proposals submitted pursuant to paragraph 1 of Article 6 shall include adequate documentation containing the following information:
Part 2. Information to be collected by the Secretariat Pursuant to paragraph 3 of Article 6, the Secretariat shall collect relevant information relating to the formulation, including:
Part 3. Criteria for listing severely hazardous pesticide formulations in Annex III

Annex V - Information Requirements For Export Notification

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

The Rotterdam Convention on the Prior Informed Consent Procedure for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade (1998)

United Nations (UN)

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Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Convention on the Prior Informed Consent Procedure for Certain Hazardouschemicals and Pesticides in International Trade, Rotterdam, 10-11 September 1998

Annex III - Rotterdam Convention On The Prior Informed Consent Procedure For Certain Hazardous Chemicals And Pesticides In International Trade

Annex I - Information Requirements For Notifications Made Pursuant To Article 5

Notifications shall include:

1. Properties, identification and uses

(a) Common name;

(b) Chemical name according to an internationally recognized nomenclature (for example,

International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC)), where such nomenclature exists;

(c) Trade names and names of preparations;

(d) Code numbers: Chemicals Abstract Service (CAS) number, Harmonized System customs code and other numbers;

(e) Information on hazard classification, where the chemical is subject to classification requirements;

(f) Use or uses of the chemical;

(g) Physico-chemical, toxicological and ecotoxicological properties.

2. Final regulatory action

(a) Information specific to the final regulatory action:

(i) Summary of the final regulatory action;

(ii) Reference to the regulatory document;

(iii) Date of entry into force of the final regulatory action;

(iv) Indication of whether the final regulatory action was taken on the basis of a risk or hazard evaluation and, if so, information on such evaluation, covering a reference to the relevant documentation;

(v) Reasons for the final regulatory action relevant to human health, including the health of consumers and workers, or the environment;

(vi) Summary of the hazards and risks presented by the chemical to human health, including the health of consumers and workers, or the environment and the expected effect of the final regulatory action;

(b) Category or categories where the final regulatory action has been taken, and for each category:

(i) Use or uses prohibited by the final regulatory action;

(ii) Use or uses that remain allowed;

(iii) Estimation, where available, of quantities of the chemical produced, imported, exported and used;

(c) An indication, to the extent possible, of the likely relevance of the final regulatory action to other States and regions;

(d) Other relevant information that may cover:

(i) Assessment of socio-economic effects of the final regulatory action;

(ii) Information on alternatives and their relative risks, where available, such as:

- Integrated pest management strategies;

- Industrial practices and processes, including cleaner technology.


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