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In April 2016, in advance of the United Nations Summit for Refugees and Migrants, the Secretary General drafted a report, In Safety and Dignity: Addressing Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants (A/70/59), providing recommendations for the Global Compact process and how the UN system could best support. In August 2016, the UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants similarly provided a report on The global compact for safe, regular and orderly mobility (A/71/285), which provided his recommendations.




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After performing well in an extensive series of tests, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) lauded the 2018 Toyota RAV4 as a Top Safety Pick when it is outfitted with the available LED headlights. The 2018 Toyota RAV4 also received a 5-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which is the highest rating possible.


If you are interested in learning more about the 2018 Toyota RAV4 and its safety features, please contact us or visit us here at Headquarter Toyota. We are located at 5895 N.W. 167th Street in Hialeah just outside of Miami.


The transport of radioactive material is an essential activity worldwide. Both safety and security during transport are matters of national and international importance. This publication is the latest edition of IAEA Safety Standards Series No. SSR-6, Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material. It is supported by six IAEA Safety Guides which provide explanations and guidance for established requirements in SSR-6 to facilitate harmonized implementation. The regulations apply to the transport of radioactive material by all modes on land, water or in the air, including transport that is incidental to the use of the radioactive material. Transport comprises all operations and conditions associated with and involved in the movement of radioactive material; these include the design, manufacture, maintenance and repair of packaging, and the preparation, consigning, loading, carriage including in-transit storage, unloading and receipt at the final destination of loads of radioactive material and packages. These requirements form an integral part of regulations worldwide, therefore SSR-6 and its associated guidance documents are a requisite source of guidance information for governments, regulators, and all individuals involved in the aforementioned activities of transport of radioactive material.


These requirements are adopted into the UN Model Regulations which are subsequently adopted by the IMDG Code by the International Maritime Organisation for shipment by sea and by the International Civil Aviation Organization Technical Instructions for shipment by air. Both the IMDG Code and the ICAO Technical Instructions are globally implemented and mandatory. Land transport is the responsibility of the national government of each Member State, and the SSR-6 requirements are adopted for national transport safety regulations for shipments on land.


Probiotic bacteria have been used as a health-promoting factor for a very long time. Nowadays, products containing probiotic bacteria are becoming more and more popular on the market. The term probiotics refers to the products belonging to the following groups: probiotic drugs (medicinal products - live biotherapeutic products for human use), medical devices, probiotic foods (e.g. foods, food ingredients, dietary supplements or food for special medical purposes), directly fed microorganisms (for animal use) and designer probiotics (genetically modified probiotics). Safety assessment of bacterial strains used as probiotics should be carefully studied. Even though probiotic bacteria have the generally recognized as safe (GRAS status), there are several reports about side effects triggered by the presence of these organisms. Microorganisms used as probiotics may cause systemic infections, stimulate the immune system, disturb metabolism and participate in horizontal gene transfer.


Developing and transition countries spend an average of 1.5 percent of GDP on safety net programs. Europe and Central Asia currently spends the most, with average spending of 2.2 percent of GDP; the Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean regions are in the middle of the spending range; and the Middle East and North Africa and South Asia regions spend the least, at 1.0 percent and 0.9 percent, respectively. A growing commitment to safety nets is also evident; many countries tend to spend more on these programs over time. The increase in spending has translated into a substantial increase in program coverage around the world.


The State of Social Safety Nets 2018 examines global trends and benchmarking of social safety net/social assistance coverage, spending, and program performance based on the World Bank Atlas of Social Protection Indicators of Resilience and Equity (ASPIRE) database.


A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine says that abortion is safe but that "abortion specific regulations in many states create barriers to safe and effective care." Bryce Duffy/Getty Images hide caption


"I would say the main takeaway is that abortions that are provided in the United States are safe and effective," says Ned Calonge, the co-chair of the committee that wrote the study. He is an associate professor of family medicine and epidemiology at the University of Colorado and CEO of The Colorado Trust.


"Abortion is safer when it's performed earlier in gestation," Lawrence says. "And so delaying and making people wait and go through hoops of unnecessary, extra procedures does not improve the safety. And actually by having them delay can actually worsen the safety."


On May 12, 2016, OSHA published a final rule that, among other things, amended 29 C.F.R. 1904.35 to add a provision prohibiting employers from retaliating against employees for reporting work-related injuries or illnesses. See 29 C.F.R. 1904.35(b)(1)(iv). In the preamble to the final rule and post-promulgation interpretive documents, OSHA discussed how the final rule could apply to action taken under workplace safety incentive programs and post-incident drug testing policies.


A statement that employees are encouraged to report and will not face retaliation for reporting may not, by itself, be adequate to ensure that employees actually feel free to report, particularly when the consequence for reporting will be a lost opportunity to receive a substantial reward. An employer could avoid any inadvertent deterrent effects of a rate-based incentive program by taking positive steps to create a workplace culture that emphasizes safety, not just rates. For example, any inadvertent deterrent effect of a rate-based incentive program on employee reporting would likely be counterbalanced if the employer also implements elements such as:


Regional Administrators shall enforce 29 C.F.R. 1904.35(b)(1)(iv) in a manner consistent with this memorandum and shall consult DEP before issuing any citations under this provision related to workplace safety incentive programs or post-incident drug testing.


The Life Safety Code is the most widely used source for strategies to protect people based on building construction, protection, and occupancy features that minimize the effects of fire and related hazards. Unique in the field, it is the only document that covers life safety in both new and existing structures.


As required in section 9(h) of the NSLA, 42 USC 1758(h), at least twice a year, schools must obtain a food safety inspection conducted by a state or local agency responsible for such inspections. State agencies must collect information on the total number of inspections conducted in food preparation and/or service areas in schools under the jurisdiction of the state agency. The inspection report should state the total number of schools that obtained zero inspections, one inspection, two inspections, and three or more inspections. State agencies are encouraged to use the attached prototype form, which is also available in the resources and guidance document library of the CND Policy and Memoranda Community in the PartnerWeb at


State agencies should ensure that school food authorities/schools that are not able to obtain the required inspections through no fault of their own follow proper food safety practices and have a HACCP-based food safety plan to protect the safety of school meals. Technical assistance materials and other resources are available at: -safety/food-safety-resources. State agencies are also encouraged to continue to communicate with state and local public health authorities to facilitate progress in obtaining the two required inspections each year. Thank you for your continued cooperation. Please direct questions to the appropriate FNS regional office.


The NRBSS data and estimates are used to (1) identify and analyze boating participation trends; (2) better understand the characteristics of at-risk boating populations; (3) more effectually design and efficiently target boating safety education and outreach campaigns; and (4) more objectively and consistently assess the performance of education, regulations, and enforcement intended to reduce boating accidents.


In recent years, even before WGS became routine, the combination of better methods for detecting outbreaks and wider distribution of foods, which can send contaminated food to many states, led to an increase in the number of multistate foodborne disease outbreaks that CDC and partners detected and investigated. Outbreak investigations often reveal problems on the farm, in processing, or in distribution that can lead to contamination before food reaches homes and restaurants. Lessons learned from outbreak investigations are helping make food safer.


Antimicrobial-resistant bacteria develop the ability to survive or grow despite being exposed to antibiotics designed to kill them or halt their growth. Antimicrobial resistance is a global health challenge spreading through people, animals, and the environment. Though the American food supply is among the safest in the world, people can get antimicrobial-resistant infections through food. Infections with resistant bacteria cause more severe or dangerous illness than infections with nonresistant bacteria and often require more costly treatments with higher risks for side effects. Improving appropriate use of antibiotics in people and animals and strengthening food safety from farm to fork can help stop bacteria from developing resistance and can stop antimicrobial resistance from spreading. 041b061a72


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