Fertiliser product safety data sheets 2009 series
In this edition we provide an update on the feed industry’s response to the new CHIP regulations, a complete guide to REACH, and the importance of ensuring migrant workers receive relevant safety training.
• Early Season Sampling – the crucial first step
• Crop Monitoring – current news
• Reporting lots over the legal limit
• Updated Risk Assessment
WELCOME to the first edition of AIC’s Health & Safety insight, the newsletter that will keep you informed of the latest Health & Safety issues affecting the agricultural supply chain.
One of the main elements of REACH is registration of substances, which obliges manufacturers and importers of substances to provide a defined set of information, in the form of a registration dossier, to the Chemicals Agency.
Farming and Government must work together to be 'part of the solution' to climate change
Food ethics magazine
Part of the Solution
Report of the joint NFU/CLA/AIC Climate Change Task Force
Climate Change, Agriculture and Land Management
Guidance Note for Manufacturers, Importers, Blenders, Transporters, Store Keepers and Suppliers of Ammonium Nitrate Based Fertilisers.
This note is to advise you of your responsibilities and the serious consequences in the event of a batch of ammonium nitrate fertiliser failing a Detonation Resistance Test (DRT).
This publication sets out to describe some of the scientific principles which underpin good soil management, with particular reference to the maintenance of soil fertility and thus the ability to grow healthy and profitable crops.