See also > decision on the implementation of Article 4, point (d), membership and participation of the member or institutions concerned on its territory in international plant health and protection organizations and systems, as well as bilateral and multilateral agreements and arrangements under this agreement, as well as the texts of these agreements and arrangements. 3. This agreement does not infringe on members` rights under other international instruments, including the right to use good offices or dispute resolution mechanisms of other international organizations or that have been established under an international agreement. (c) protect human life or health on the territory of the Member from the risks arising from diseases resulting from animals, plants or products, the entry, installation or spread of pests; or two. The Committee encourages and facilitates ad hoc consultations or negotiations among members on specific health or plant health issues. The Committee encourages the use of international standards, guidelines or recommendations by all members and encourages consultations and technical studies to strengthen coordination and integration between international and national systems and approaches for authorizing the use of food additives or setting tolerances for contaminants in food, beverages or feed. NOTE: A pest-free or disease-free area may be surrounded, surrounded or adjacent, either within a country or in a geographic area comprising parts or several countries where a specific pest or disease is known to be present, but where regional control measures, such as protection, surveillance and buffer zones that limit or exterminate the pest. 3. International standards, guidelines and recommendations to support the use of harmonised sanitary and plant health measures among members, based on international standards, guidelines and recommendations, which must continue to be supported by relevant international organizations, including the Codex Alimentarius Commission, the International Bureau of Epidemics, and relevant international and regional organizations acting within the framework of the International Convention on Plant Protection , without the members having to do so. change their appropriate level of protection for the lives or health of humans, animals or plants; (b) to inform other members, through the secretariat, of the products covered by the regulation, as well as a brief indication of the purpose and reasons of the proposed regulation. These notifications come at an early stage where changes can still be made and observations can be considered; 4.
This agreement does not affect the rights of the members of the agreement regarding technical barriers to trade with respect to measures outside the scope of this agreement. Members notify of any changes to their health or plant health measures and provide information on their sanitary or plant health measures covered by Schedule B . (b) protect life, human or animal health or public health in the Territory of the Member State from the risks arising from additives, contaminants, toxins or pathogens found in food, beverages or animal feed; 6. The Committee, on the initiative of one of the members, may, by appropriate means, ask the relevant international organisations or their subsidiary bodies to consider specific issues relating to a specific standard, directive or recommendation, including the basis of explanatory notes on non-use covered in paragraph 4.
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