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Starting on 1 July 2016 the IPPC Community will be using the new Online Comment System (OCS) to provide comments on draft standards, thus enhancing the transparency and inclusiveness of the standard setting process. With that said, the IPPC Secretariat is delighted to highlight an unprecedented total of 17 drafts going for simultaneous consultation further emphasizing the importance and significance of each country’s comments.
The 2016 first and subsequent consultation on draft ISPMs will open on 1 July 2016, and it will last 90 days, closing on 30 September 2016.
The following draft ISPMs were submitted for consultation by ...
The 2015 member consultation on draft ISPMs has opened today, 1 July, and it will last 150 days, closing on 30 November 2015.
The following draft ISPMs were submitted for member consultation by the Standards Committe in May 2015:
• Draft Appendix to ISPM 20 Arrangements for verification of compliance of consignments by the importing country in the exporting country (2005-003)
• Draft revisions to ISPM 15 (Regulation of wood packaging material in international trade) - Annex 1 and 2 for inclusion of the phytosanitary treatment Sulphuryl fluoride fumigation of wood packaging material (2006-010A) and the revision of the dielectric heating section in ...
The IPPC 2015 substantial concerns commenting (SCCP) period has started today, 1st June 2015.
The SCCP ends on 30 September 2015 and the IPPC Secretariat must have received all comments before that date.
Comments should be submitted through the IPPC Online Comment System (OCS), where draft ISPMs are posted.
The following draft ISPMs are open for the substantial concerns commenting period (SCCP):
• 2006-031: Determination of host status of fruit to fruit flies (Tephritidae) – only paragraphs where text was modified following the SC 2015 May review.
• 1994-001: Draft amendment to ISPM 5 (2014): Glossary of phytosanitary terms
The IPPC Secretariat publishes ...
Compiled comments for member consultation on draft specifications have been posted on the IPP: https://www.ippc.int/core-activities/standards-setting/compiled-member-comments-draft-specifications
NPPOs and RPPOs can check the above documents to make sure that comments correctly reflect those entered into the OCS by their contact points.
Dear OCS users,
A new User Manual for the Online Comment System is now available in English here. For more information, please check the IPP page on the OCS or visit the OCS website at http://ocs.ippc.int/
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The IPPC member consultation on draft specifications has started on 20 December 2013.
The consultation period ends on 20 February 2014 and the IPPC Secretariat must have received all comments before that date. Comments should be submitted through the IPPC Online Comment System (OCS).
The following draft specifications are open for commenting:
Revision of ISPM 6:1997 - Guidelines for surveillance (2009-004) International movement of grain (2008-007) For any query or comment regarding the member consultation on draft specifications, please contact Mirko.Montuori@fao.org.
If you need assistance to use the OCS, please contact the IPPC Secretariat: IPPC-OCS@fao.org ...
Member consultation on draft specifications | Consulta de los miembros sobre proyectos de especificaciónes | Consultation des membres sur les projets de spécifications
The member consultation period (1 June – 31 July 2013) on draft specifications has ended.
You can download the compiled comments that have been submitted to the Secretariat on the International Phytosanitary Portal (IPP):
Thank you for your participation in the consultative process.
El período de la consulta de los miembros (1 de junio - 31 de julio de 2013) sobre proyectos de ...
The IPPC 2013 member consultation on draft specifications has started on 1 June. The consultation period ends on 31 July 2013 and the IPPC Secretariat must have received all comments before that date. Comments should be submitted through the IPPC Online Comment System (OCS), where draft specifications are posted. The following draft specifications are open for commenting: - 2009-002: Revision of ISPM 4:1995 Requirements for the establishment of pest free areas - 2009-005: Revision of ISPM 8:1998 Determination of pest status in an area - 2008-008: Wood products and handicrafts made from row wood For any query or comment regarding the ...
Expert Consultation on Draft Diagnostic Protocols (DPs) on IPP is now open for: - Anastrepha spp. (2004-015) - Phytoplasma (general) (2004-018) - Tospovirus (TSWV, INSV, WSMV) (2004-019) - Ditylenchus dipsaci and Ditylenchus destructor (2004-017) If you are interested in commenting, please access this page The closing dates are: - Anastrepha draft DP 28 May 2013 - Phytoplasma and Tospovirus draft DP 03 June 2013 - Ditylenchus draft DP 27 June 2013
The Member consultation period (1 June – 31 July 2012) on draft specifications has ended. You can download the compiled comments that have been submitted to the Secretariat through the IPPC Online Comment System (OCS) at: https://www.ippc.int/index.php?id=1110732 Thank you for your participation in the consultative process.
The IPPC Secretariat has just finished posting most of the draft standards in English for CPM-7 (2012) on the IPP. Other language versions will follow shortly.
Under the regular process, we have posted 4 of the 5 standards. The fifth standard is the Russian translation of ISPM 5 which we hope to post this week.
The regular process draft standards are loaded into the IPPC Online Comment System (OCS) (ocs.ippc.int/index.html) Version 2.0 and IPPC Contact Points will receive an email when the draft standards are available for commenting in the OCS. All regular process draft ...
The Expert Consultation on Phytosanitary Evaluation and Phytosanitary Measures was held as part of a programme to build phytosanitary capacity in the Near East region. The meeting covered the following four areas: 1) Fundamental principles of plant quarantine in light of the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPMs), the New Revised Text of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC), and the World Trade Organization’s Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measure (WTO-SPS). 2) An exercise of the Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation (PCE) Tool ending in a review of the regional constraints as determined through the exercise. 3) An exercise on conducting ...