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French Phytopharmacovigilance a national scheme for monitoring the adverse effects of plant protection products (PPP)

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Abstract

Plant protection products can present risks to human health, ecosystems and living organisms that need to be identified in order to be monitored. A recent paper, "Towards pesticidovigilance" published in Science [1] in September 2017 by Dr Alice Milner and Professor Ian Boyd, looks at global pesticide regulation and the lessons to be learned from the regulation and monitoring of pharmaceuticals which could improve environmental sustainability and lead to better risk-based decisions for pesticide safety. The authors suggest to start a discussion about how to introduce a global monitoring programme for pesticides, similar to pharmaceuticals. However, this type of vigilance has already been created in France since 3 years. In the framework of the Act of 13 October 2014 on the future of agriculture, food and forests, ANSES has been entrusted with setting up a PhytopharmacoVigilance scheme (listed as PPV in this paper). Phytopharmacovigilance is the latest complement to ANSES's existing missions (in compliance with the regulation 1107/2009).
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anses-01928823 , version 1 (20-11-2018)

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Fabrizio Botta, Franck Eymery, Thomas Quintaine, Marion Hulin, Josselin Rety, et al.. French Phytopharmacovigilance a national scheme for monitoring the adverse effects of plant protection products (PPP). SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting, May 2018, Rome, Italy. . ⟨anses-01928823⟩

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