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Pesticides International Activities Quick Finder

China Collaboration FAO/WHO Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residues Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Import/Export of Pesticide Products Import/Export of Treated Foods International Activities on Chemicals International Agreements and Treaties on Pesticides International Visitors Program International Work Sharing, Harmonization and Technnical Assistance NAFTA Technical Working Group NAFTA Labels National Profile on the Management of Chemicals OECD Working Group on Pesticides Own Use Import (OUI) Program Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) Prior Informed Consent (PIC) United States-Canada Regulatory Cooperation Council Initiatives on Pesticides Worker Safety and Training in Mexico and Central America More EPA International Programs

EPA's Office of Pesticide Programs works with other U.S. agencies, foreign governments, international organizations, and stakeholders to ensure high levels of protection for human health and the environment. EPA is committed to:

  1. Strengthening food safety, public health, and environmental protection in the United States and worldwide by developing and strengthening international standards and approaches to the sound management of pesticides.
  2. Improving regulatory efficiency by sharing scientific and technical expertise with the international community to benefit consumers, growers, and industry stakeholders.
  3. Minimizing trade barriers and facilitating fair competition while maintaining strict safety standards by assisting growers, importers, and exporters to comply with pesticide regulatory trade requirements.

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