December 6-8, 2011
During the scientific session of forth meeting of Commission on Phytosanitary measures (CPM-4 :2009) under agenda item 15.1 on the issue of pests moving in food aid, the CPM agreed that an open-ended workshop on the international movement of grain would be especially important, in view of the presentations received and the comments made in the discussion. The CPM decided that an open-ended workshop on the international movement of grain should be convened depending on the availability of extra budgetary resources. NAPPO took the lead in organizing the workshop, supported by the APPPC and a Steering Committee composed of representatives of NAPPO, APPPC, IPPC and Canada.
The CPM-5 (2010) noted terms of reference.
Presentations from the workshop along with the Report of the workshop are posted below.
The Agenda is hyperlinked to each presentation for your convenience.
The outcomes of this workshop were consider in the development of Specification 60 that will help guide an Expert Working Group (EWG) on the International movement of grain. The EWG met in Melbourne, Australia in September 2016 and the report of this meeting is posted on the IPP. The draft ISPM has been presented to the SC for discussion in May 2017.
|Doc #||Agenda #||Title||Files||Publication date|
|02||02_Country presentationAsia region(China)_2011-12-06||En||08 Feb 2012|
|03||03_Country presentation Africa region(Kenya)||En||08 Feb 2012|
|04||04_APPPC Member Countries Key Issues on the International Movement of Grains||En||08 Feb 2012|
|05.01||05-1_Grain exports from countries of the COSAVE region||En||08 Feb 2012|
|23.01||23-1_Official National StandardsImpact on Grain MovementsReview of one example the actions taken under the US Grain Standards Act||Link||08 Feb 2012|
|01||01_Global Overview||Link||08 Feb 2012|
|05.02||05-2_Grain exports from countries of the COSAVE region||En||08 Feb 2012|
|05.03||05-3_Grain exports from countries of the COSAVE region||En||08 Feb 2012|
|06||06_Phytosanitary perspective on the international movement of grain in the OIRSA region||En||08 Feb 2012|
|07||07_Case studies on pests (insects and diseases)||En||08 Feb 2012|
|08||08_Phytosanitary certification for grains exports from Uruguay||En||08 Feb 2012|
|09||09_Phytosanitary Management in International Movement of Grains in Pakistan||En||08 Feb 2012|
|10||10_Agreements to Mitigate Quarantine Pests Detected at Port of Entry||En||08 Feb 2012|
|11||11_Importance of Phytosanitary Measures/Activities on grain trade||En||08 Feb 2012|
|12||12_Certification and Monitoring of Canadian Grains Moving to Export Position||En||08 Feb 2012|
|13||13_EXPORTING PROCEDURES TO MANAGE INFESTATIONS||En||08 Feb 2012|
|14||14_The CGC, Canada'™s Regulator of Quality Assurance in the Grain Industry||08 Feb 2012|
|15||15_Role of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in Grain Exports||En||08 Feb 2012|
|16||16_Introduction: Managing phytosanitary risks and quality standards||En||08 Feb 2012|
|17||17_Pathway analyses overview of the draft North American standard||Es||08 Feb 2012|
|18||18_PRATIQUE: a new way to do PRAs||En||08 Feb 2012|
|19.01||19-1_Specific PRAs for grain pests||En Es||08 Feb 2012|
|19.02||19-2_Specific PRAs for grain pests||Multilanguage||08 Feb 2012|
|20||20_Logistic of bulk grain movement and cargo containers||En||08 Feb 2012|
|21||21_End use and the secure movement of grain||En||08 Feb 2012|
|22||22_Relevance of existing ISPMs to the international movement of grain||En||08 Feb 2012|
|23.02||23-2_Official National StandardsImpact on Grain MovementsReview of one example the actions taken under the US Grain Standards Act||En||08 Feb 2012|
|00||Grains Workshop Agenda||En||03 Feb 2012|
|00||Report of Open-Ended Workshop on the International Movement of Grain||En||09 Feb 2012|