Epa Cooperative Agreement Guidance

National, territorial and tribal authorities participating in the cooperation programme will receive funding to support and strengthen their pesticide compliance programmes, including monitoring, inspection and implementation of pesticide compliance activities. (a) assist U.S. states, territories, and property, including the District of Columbia and Indian tribes, in developing and maintaining comprehensive pesticide programs that address all aspects of pesticide application and specific pesticide initiatives; (b) promote collaborative monitoring and analysis procedures; and (c) promote regulatory activities within states, territories and tribes. Financial Priority 2019 – Fellows must carry out activities related to: (1) Pesticide Core Program; (2) Safety of pesticide workers: health and safety standards; (3) Occupational safety: pesticide-applicator certification; (4) pesticides in water; (5) product integrity; (6) Respect for limits. Fellows must also select an additional programmatic area from the following programs: (1) Pick-list range: fumigation and gasification; (2) spraying; (3) National and tribal coordination and communication; (4) Emerging pesticide problems in the field of public health. These activities include inspections at pesticide application sites to ensure that users comply with labelling instructions and acceptable use practices. inspections of pesticide products at production sites and retailers to ensure industry compliance with registration, classification and labelling requirements; and to adopt appropriate enforcement measures when infringements are found, including civil and criminal proceedings, cessation of sales, seizures, recalls and warnings. Our agreement with NOAA supports chesapeake Bay`s buoy interpreting system, the Chesapeake Community Modeling Program, creates science internships to improve environmental staff, and assists with outreach activities such as those of the Bay Journal. The EPO Cooperation Agreement provides a basis for the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) and the Environmental Management Development Programme. The Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) provides the Chesapeake Bay program with scientific and technical guidance for measures to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay. Since its inception in December 1984, STAC has worked to improve science communication and reach throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed and beyond. The Environmental Management Career Development Program aims to provide three-year opportunities for individuals interested in a career in environmental science with work experience through the Environmental Protection Agency`s Chesapeake Bay program. Note: This information has been compiled from the data collection forms at the Federal Audit Clearing House, Harvester.census.gov.

2019Action/Changement Type: publishChange Desctiption: Consolidated Pesticide Enforcement Cooperative Agreements2018Action/Change Type: publishChange Desctiption: Consolidated Pesticide Enforcement Cooperative Agreements2002Action/Change Type: titleChange Desctiption: 66.511, 66.610 Enquêtes, études, enquêtes et subventions à des fins spéciales www2.epa.gov/compliance/federal-insecticide-fungicide-and-rodenticide-act-state-and-tribal-assistance-grant Edward Messina Office Of Compliance, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (2227A), EPA, Washington, District of Columbia 20460 E-Mail: messina.edward@epa.gov Telefon: (202) 564-1191 Hinweis 2: Diese Informationen werden regelmäßig aktualisiert und enthalten möglicherweise keine aktuellen Datenerfassungsformulare. . . .