Posts Tagged ‘GE food’

Principles for the Risk Analysis of Foods Derived from Modern Biotechnology, 2003

The purpose of these Principles is to provide a framework for undertaking risk analysis on the safety and nutritional aspects of foods derived from modern biotechnology. This document does not address environmental, ethical, moral and socio-economic aspects of the research, development, production and marketing of these foods. Attachments: Principles_for_the_Risk_Analysis_of_Foods_Derived_from_Modern_Biotechnology_2003

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Recording Formats

This document contains: Record of Transport, which should be completed for every consignment of regulated transgenic plant material. Record of Storage, which should be completed for each lot of regulated plant material/seed placed into storage and each Record of Storage should be identified with a unique inventory control number. Record of Storage Inspection, which should…

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Inspectors Manual

According to the regulations on confined field trials of genetically engineered plant material, monitoring officers have the authority to inspect confined field trial sites during the current growing season and the period of post-harvest land use restriction for compliance with the terms and conditions of authorization.  Monitoring officers also have the authority to inspect contained…

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Standard Operating Procedure: Compliance Management of Current Season Field Trials of Genetically Engineered Eggplant in Bangladesh

This Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) will cover the management of current season field trials of Genetically Engineered (GE) eggplant in Bangladesh to ensure compliance with the National Committee on Biosafety (NCB) requirements and the Guidelines governing confined field trials of genetically engineered plant (GEP) material in Bangladesh. Attachments: Bangladesh_sop_3_current_season_monitoring(eggplant)

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Guidelines for the Safety Assessment of Foods Derived from Genetically Engineered Plants

The Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC), in collaboration with the Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution (BSTI), the Department of Environment (DoE), the Institute of Public Health (IPH), the Directorate General of Food, and other relevant stakeholders, has taken the initiative to develop these guidelines to establish the safety assessment procedures for foods derived from GE…

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