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Polish aid

In 2014, theInspectorforChemical Substancesimplements projectco-financed bythePolish development cooperation of the Ministryof Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland. The project is a continuation of cooperation started with the project partner - the National Center of Public Health in Moldovain 2009.

Please visit the following website to get more information on Polish aid:

www.polskapomoc.gov.pl

The title of the implemented project is:

Preparation of public administration staff from Moldova to the tasks associated with the process of approximation of the              chemicals management of Moldova to the EU legislation and other international standards”;

Project objective:

- Increasing the qualifications of public administration of Moldova in the field of sound management of chemicals.

Project activities:

- Study visit in Poland devoted to the topic of the working standards in laboratories, in the framework of which 7 specialists           from Moldova will visit the following laboratories:

  • Laboratories in Selvita S.A., Krakow;
  • Laboratories in Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine, Lodz;
  • Specialized Textile Products Laboratory of Trade Inspection in Lodz;
  • Laboratories of Regional Sanitary-Epidemiological Station in Lodz.

- Training in the National Center of Public Health in Moldova for 20 specialist from the public administration of Moldova. The        training topics:

  • quality management in toxicological laboratories;
  • the methodology of toxicological testing, the duties;
  • responsibilities and powers of the State Sanitary Inspection in the field of the control of chemicals;
  •  classification of substances and mixtures in regards to the risk to human health under the Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008/EC.

­- Workshop in the Bureau for Chemical Substances in Lodz on the most important elements of the  legal act on management      of chemicals.

The direct benefitsfrom the projectwill be gained by approximately 30specialists from
Moldovanpublic administration participatingin the project activities.In a further perspective,the project mayimprovethechemicals management in Moldova and may has positiveeffects onthehuman healthand protectionof environmentin the beneficiary country.

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The poster of the project: “Preparation of public administration staff from Moldova to the tasks associated with the process of approximation of the chemicals management of Moldova to the EU legislation and other international". standards”


 

In 2013 the Inspector for Chemical Substances implemented project:“Chemicals Management in the Republic
of Moldova – approximation to the EU legislation and other international standards
”.

The Project was co-financed by the Polish development cooperation programme 2013 of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.

The project objectives were as follows:

  • Preparing Moldovan administration to the tasks related to chemicals management,
  • Provide representatives of Moldovan public administration, science, industry and NGOs with information
    on chemicals management in the EU and in the world.

The project was implemented as a continuation of the cooperation started in 2011 in the framework of the project
”The support in developing the system of sound chemicals management in Moldova in order to facilitate economic integration with the European Union”.

The project objectives were gained by organising 3 trainings:

- the study visit for 7 representatives of Moldovan central administration, which took place in the Bureau of Chemical                      Substances in Lodz from the 16th till the 20th of September 2013,

- two trainings for around 35 -40 representatives of Moldovan public administration, science, industry and NGOs, organised in    the National Centre of Public Health of Moldova in Chisinau in October and November 2013.

 

The poster of the project: “Chemicals Management in the Republic of Moldova – approximation
to the EU legislation and other international standards”

 


In 2011, the Inspector for Chemical Substances implements three projects co-financed by the Polish aid program of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Please visit the following website to get more information on Polish aid:

www.polskapomoc.gov.pl

The titles of implemented project are:

  • The support in developing system of sound chemicals management in Armenia in order to facilitate economic integration with the European Union”;
  • “The support in developing system of sound chemicals management in Georgia in order to facilitate economic integration with the European Union”;
  • “The support in developing system of sound chemicals management in Moldova in order to facilitate economic integration with the European Union”.
     

                  Project objectives:

  • Preparing Armenian, Georgian and Moldovan administration to tasks related to integration with EU in the area of chemicals trade.
  • Provide representatives of Armenian, Georgian and Moldovan public administration, industry and NGOs with information on EU legislation in regard to chemicals management.

 

The direct benefitsfrom the project will be gained by 21 specialists from Armenian, Georgian, Moldovan central government participating in a study visit in Poland and by about 110 representatives of Armenian, Georgian and Moldovan public administration, businessesand NGOs involved in training in Armenia, Georgia and Moldova.

The knowledge of the management of chemicals transferred to a broad group of participants in beneficiary countries will in all likelihood contribute to its dissemination to the general public, which will indirectly facilitate economic integration in the area of ​​free trade in the field of chemicals management. In a wider perspective, as the effect of improving the management of chemicals in Armenia, Georgia and Moldova, projects will improve the health of society and protection of environment in the beneficiary countries.

Posters promoting projects:

 

The support in developing system of sound chemicals management in Armenia in order to facilitate economic integration with the European Union The support in developing system of sound chemicals management in Georgia in order to facilitate economic integration with the European Union The support in developing system of sound chemicals management in Moldova in order to facilitate economic integration with the European Union
 

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