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Food Quality Protection Act Slide Show: Index

This slide show is intended to give a detailed overview of the provisions of the Food Quality Protection Act. There are 109 slides covering the changes from previous legislation, the new safety standards, the schedule of tolerance reviews, the new data collection requirements, and other issues that will affect the agricultural community.

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Table of Contents

  1. Food Quality Protection Act: Title Slide
  2. Change...and Status Quo
  3. Summary and Analysis of the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996
  4. Amendments to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act I
  5. Amendments to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act II
  6. Amendments to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act III
  7. Amendments to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act IV
  8. Amendments to the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act I
  9. Amendments to the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act II
  10. Death of Delaney
  11. Section 201(s)
  12. Section 408(b)
  13. Single Safety Standard
  14. New Safety Standard
  15. New Safety Standard - Legislative History
  16. Section 408(b)(2)(c)
  17. Threshold Effects I
  18. Threshold Effects II
  19. Additional 10X not required if:
  20. Dose/Response Curve
  21. Carcinogenic Effects
  22. Section 408(b)(2)(B) Benefits - Tolerances for "Eligible" Pesticide Residues
  23. Benefits
  24. Benefits: Lifetime Cancer Risk
  25. Section 408(b): Authority and Standard For Tolerance
  26. Aggregate Exposure
  27. Section 409(b)(2)(c): Exposure of Infants and Children
  28. Section 409(b)(2)(c): Risk assessment for infants and children
  29. Infants And Children
  30. New Factors
  31. Section 408(b)(2)(E): Anticipated and Actual Residue Levels
  32. Section 408(b): Detection Methods
  33. Actual Residue Levels
  34. Percent Crop Treated
  35. Section 408(b)(4): International Standards
  36. Codex
  37. Estrogenic Screening
  38. Section 408(p): Estrogenic Substances Screening Program
  39. Section 408(p): Substances to be tested
  40. Section 408(p): Regulatory Action
  41. Review of Existing Tolerances
  42. Section 408(q): Schedule for Review I
  43. Section 408(q): Schedule for Review II
  44. Section 408(q): Schedule for Review III
  45. Section 408(q): Schedule for Review IV
  46. Section 408(q): Schedule for Review V
  47. New Tolerance Procedures I
  48. New Tolerance Procedures III
  49. New Tolerance Procedures III
  50. Section 408(c): Exemptions from Tolerance Requirements
  51. Section 408(d): Petition for Tolerance or Exemption I
  52. Section 408(d): Petition for Tolerance or Exemption II
  53. Section 408(l): Harmonization with Action under Other Laws
  54. Lower Risk Pesticides I
  55. Lower Risk Pesticides II
  56. FIFRA Protections Apply
  57. 409 Become 408 Tolerances
  58. Fee Schedule
  59. FIFRA/FFDCA Coordination
  60. Section 408(l): Harmonization with Action under Other Laws
  61. FIFRA Section 18 Pesticides
  62. Section 408(o): Consumer Right to Know
  63. Consumer Right to Know
  64. EPA Information Display
  65. Penalties: Adulterated Food
  66. Civil Penalty Proceedings
  67. Section 408(n): National Uniformity of Tolerances
  68. Food Quality Protection Act of 1996
  69. FIFRA Changes I
  70. FIFRA Changes II
  71. Minor Use Incentives
  72. New minor use program within OPP
  73. Coordination of minor use programs within USDA
  74. USDA minor use grant program
  75. Definition of Minor Use: Part I
  76. Definition of Minor Use: Part II
  77. Definition of "minor use pesticide" I
  78. Definition of "minor use pesticide" II
  79. Minor Use: Additional Exclusive Use Period I
  80. Minor Use: Additional Exclusive Use Period II
  81. Minor Use: Additional Exclusive Use Period III
  82. Additional Incentives for Minor Crops
  83. Expeditiously registering a new minor use
  84. Waiver of data requirements for minor uses
  85. Antimicrobial Pesticide Registration Reform
  86. Antimicrobial Pesticide Registration Reform I
  87. Antimicrobial Pesticide Definition
  88. Antimicrobial Pesticide Registration Reform II
  89. Reduced Review Periods for Antimicrobials
  90. Antimicrobial Pesticide Registration Reform III
  91. Public Health Pesticides
  92. Public Health Pesticides: Unreasonable Adverse Effects
  93. Public Health Pesticides: Considerations
  94. Reduced Risk Pesticide
  95. Expedited Registration of Reduced Risk Pesticides
  96. Data Collection Activities I
  97. Data Collection Activities II
  98. Periodic Review of Registrations
  99. Section 3(g)(1)(A): Periodic Review of Registrations
  100. New Categories of Applicators
  101. State Training for Maintenance Applicators and Service Technicians
  102. Optional State Training
  103. Existing Stocks Authority
  104. Section 6(a)(1): Existing Stocks Authority
  105. Section 6(c): Expedited Emergency Suspension Orders
  106. Nitrogen Stabilizer As An Active Ingredient
  107. Science Review Board
  108. Section 25(d)(2) Science Review Board
  109. 5 Year Reauthorized Fees