The hazards that are posed by chemicals worldwide to human health and the environment have become crucial within the Global agenda for last few decades. As a result of such circumstances, any effort for making the existing legislation more comprehensive and sophisticated has gained speed with the aim of the minimization of hazards which are mentioned above.

Since chemical risk management and public awareness with respect to hazards have had a Global aspect and gone beyond the state’s scale, the importance of experience sharing regarding the priorities in chemical risk management and practical steps to be taken for certain chemicals have increased as much again.

Due the reasons mentioned above, taking into consideration the perspectives of interested parties CRAD is on hand to provide full support to any approaches based on existing international experiences which are on the basis of coordination and full integration.