International Programme on Chemical Safety

Peer Review Meeting for International Chemical Safety Cards

Date: 14-18 May 2018
Place: World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland

The International Chemical Safety Cards (ICSC) provide essential health and safety information on chemicals to promote their safe use. The ICSCs are a joint activity between WHO and the International Labour Organization.

A meeting for the ICSCs is being convened by WHO and ILO for experts to peer review proposals to update the information on some existing ICSCs. In accordance with WHO procedures for declarations of interest, the details of the proposed participants for the meeting are being published for public consultation until Tuesday 27 February 2018. Contact: ipcsmail@who.int

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