Technical Panel on Phytosanitary Treatments (TPPT)

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Photo: TPPT members and participants at the TPPT July 2019 meeting in Vienna, Austria.

THE IPPC TECHNICAL PANEL ON PHYTOSANITARY TREATMENTS (TPPT)

The Technical Panel on Phytosanitary Treatments (TPPT) evaluates data submissions from NPPOs and RPPOs and reviews, revises and develops phytosanitary treatments. The TPPT also provides guidance to the Standards Committee (SC) regarding specific phytosanitary treatment issues. The TPPT evaluates treatment submissions against requirements in ISPM 28 (Phytosanitary treatments for regulated pests). The tasks of the panel are outlined in Specification TP 3. The TPPT works under the guidance of, and reports to, the SC as mandated by the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM).

Currently, the TPPT is composed of eight members, a steward and assistant steward. The steward and assistant steward are representatives of the SC. The expertise of the members are: Irradiation, fumigation, temperature, modified atmosphere and chemical treatments. The TPPT membership list is posted below at this page.

The adopted phytosanitary treatments annexes to ISPM 28 are available on the IPP as well as the TPPT work programme.

The TPPT oversees the information on the Phytosanitary treatments online search tool, a tool that enables to search for phytosanitary treatments (IPPC adopted treatments and those available on the Phytosanitary Resources page) to enhance contracting parties’ access to treatments used in international trade.

The TPPT also works closely with the other TPs, particularly the TP on Forest Quarantine (TPFQ) in developing guidance related to treatments on forest commodities.

Further information on the TPPT working procedures can be found in the IPPC Procedure Manual for standard setting. You can download a copy of the 2018-2019 IPPC Procedure Manual - Standard Setting by [clicking here].

The TPPT usually meets once a year and virtually as needed. For meetings dates, see the IPP calendar. The meetings reports are posted below at this page.

LATEST NEWS!

1) 2017 Call for phytosanitary treatments

The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat is soliciting submissions for:

  1. Phytosanitary treatments to be adopted as international standards, as annexes to ISPM 28 (Phytosanitary treatments for regulated pests).

  2. Phytosanitary treatments used in international trade, to be included in the PT online search tool.

The Technical Panel on Phytosanitary Treatments (TPPT) will review the submissions. As the TPPT meets in English, it is preferable to make the submissions in English.

You may make a submission at any time, but if you wish your submission to be considered by the TPPT in their next meeting in 2018, please send it before the 30 January 2020.

Submissions will be accepted from Contracting Parties or Regional Plant Protection Organizations (RPPOs). Submissions should be sent through the respective IPPC Official Contact Point.

More information at: Call for phytosanitary treatments

This webpage was last updated on 2019-07-17. For queries or comments regarding the contents of this page, please contact Ms Adriana G. Moreira at Adriana.Moreira@fao.org.

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Titre Fichiers Publication date
2016-03 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 03 Mai 2016
2018-03 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 26 Avr 2018
2016-09 TPPT Meeting Report (Tokyo, Japan) En 03 Nov 2016
2017-10 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 07 Fév 2018
2016-07 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 03 Aoû 2016
2017-11 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 07 Fév 2018
2017-04 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 05 Jul 2017
Update on activities of the TPPT (May 2015 to April 2016) - PowerPoint presentation En 16 Mai 2016
Update on activities of the TPPT (May 2015 to April 2016) En 16 Mai 2016
2015-02 TPPT virtual meeting report (revised) En 02 Aoû 2015
2018-01 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 01 Mar 2018
2014-04 TPPT virtual meeting report En 17 Fév 2015
2013-06 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 06 Fév 2014
2013-09 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 06 Fév 2014
2013-07 TPPT meeting report En 25 Fév 2014
2018-02 TPPT Virtual Meeting report En 13 Mar 2018
2014-01 TPPT virtual meeting report En 12 Mar 2014
2017-07 TPPT Meeting Report (Vienna, Austria) En 01 Nov 2017
2016-10 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 14 Mar 2017
2016-12 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 15 Mar 2017
2013-04 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 18 Jui 2013
2015-09 TPPT Meeting Report (Fukushima, Japan) En 11 Déc 2015
2015-05 TPPT virtual meeting report En 03 Aoû 2015
2004-12 TPPT Meeting Report (Raleigh, NC, USA) En 21 Jui 2005
2005-08 TPPT Meeting Report (Stellenbosch, South Africa) En 06 Mar 2006
2006-12 TPPT Meeting Report (Vienna, Austria) En 08 Mai 2007
Summary report of the Technical Panel on Phytosanitary Treatment's evaluation of irradiation treatments En Es Fr Ar Zh 23 Oct 2007
2007-12 TPPT Meeting Report (Chiang Mai, Thailand) En 20 Mar 2008
2009-01 TPPT Meeting Report (Tokyo, Japan) En 21 Avr 2009
2010-07 TPPT Meeting Report (Kyoto, Japan) En 09 Fév 2012
2011-07 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 10 Aoû 2011
2011-08 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 09 Fév 2012
2011-10 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 09 Fév 2012
2011-11 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 09 Fév 2012
2011-12 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 09 Fév 2012
2017-01 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report Report En 04 Avr 2017
2012-02 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 18 Avr 2012
2012-05 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 24 Jul 2012
2014-09 TPPT virtual meeting report En 06 Fév 2015
2012-09 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 15 Jan 2013
2013-02 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report Revised En 16 Avr 2013
2012-12 TPPT Meeting Report (Nagoya, Japan) En 22 Avr 2013
2015-12 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 05 Jan 2016
2014-06 TPPT Meeting Report (Bali, Indonesia) En 23 Jul 2014
2018-06 TPPT Meeting Report (Shenzhen, China) En 23 Oct 2018
TP Phytosanitary Treatments Membership List En 20 Mai 2019
TPPT Treatment Research Guidelines En 20 Déc 2018
2018-12 TPPT Virtual Meeting Report En 14 Jan 2019
2019-02 TPPT Virtual Meeting report En 05 Mar 2019

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