Wood packaging material : Wood or wood products (excluding paper products) used in supporting, protecting or carrying a commodity (includes dunnage)*
Dunnage: Wood packaging material used to secure or support a commodity but which does not remain associated with the commodity*
Available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish
Unofficial translations are also available: ISPM 7&20 in Korean, Portuguese and Vietnamese, ISPM13, 23 and 28 in Portuguese and Vietnamese
Guide to regulation of wood packaging material: ** (NEW IPPC Guide)
ISPM 15 Explanatory Document (by Shane Sela, Thomas Schroeder, Matsui Mamoru and Michael Ormsby, 2017) (available in English, French and Spanish)
Dielectric heating as a treatment for wood material (IPPC Fact sheet, 2018)
Guide to the implementation of phytosanitary standards in forestry (FAO Forestry Paper 164, 2011) (available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish and Russian) (under revision)
This webpage provides links to the reports and presentations from several ISPM 15 workshops.
IFQRG is an independent, open international body providing scientific information in support of CPM-related priorities related to the phytosanitary implications of global trade of forest plants and products.
This web page provides a means for NPPOs to communicate information regarding the implementation of ISPM 15 in their country.
This reference standard is a listing of terms and definitions with specific meaning for phytosanitary systems worldwide. It has been developed to provide a harmonized internationally agreed vocabulary associated with the implementation of the IPPC and ISPMs.
The country page shows the contact information of the IPPC Official Contact Points of the IPPC Contracting Parties and local contacts of non-Contracting parties and Territories. Under the contact information, it lists the public national reporting obligations which shall be reported by the contracting parties via this Country page. These obligations include reporting of (1)Designation of an Official IPPC Contact Point, (2)Description of the NPPO, (3)Phytosanitary requirements, restrictions & prohibitions, (4)List of entry points, (5)List of regulated pest, (6)Pest report and (7)Emergency action.