Le 2nd Workshop Européen sur les procédures harmonisées pour le contrôle des pulvérisateurs en Europe – SPISE (Standardised Procedure for the Inspection of Sprayers in Europe) se déroulera du ...
... 10 avril au 12 avril 2007 à Straelen en Allemagne.
Le premier Workshop s’est déroulé en avril 2004 au siège de la BBA à Braunschweig (Allemagne), peu de temps après la publication de la norme européenne EN 13790 relative au contrôle des pulvérisateurs.
Ce 2ème workshop est la continuation logique de l’initiative de départ pour renforcer l’expertise sur ce sujet et la mettre à disposition de tous les pays désirant implémenter un contrôle obligatoire au niveau national.
Toutes les informations au sujet du 2nd SPISE sont disponibles en anglais à l’adresse électronique de la BBA .
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2nd European Workshop on Standardised Procedure for the Inspection of Sprayers in Europe –SPISE–
A three day workshop at the North-Rhine/Westphalian Chamber of Agriculture
Information and Education Centre for Horticulture
47638 Straelen, Germany
The workshop is limited to a maximum of 100 participants.
Plant protection equipment must dose and distribute products exactly and function faultlessly. In order to achieve this, plant protection equipment should be inspected regularly to be able to identify and eliminate any technical defects.
However, there are three main arguments for the inspection:
- good control of the pest with the minimum possible input of plant protection product
- less potential risk of environmental contamination by plant protection products
- safety hazards for the operator
The inspection of plant protection equipment is becoming more and more interesting for the Member States (MS).
The 1st European Workshop, SPISE, took place in April 2004 prompted by the publication of European Standard 13790; the 2nd European Workshop aims to support the MS in introducing inspections for plant protection equipment. This Workshop represents a platform on which to discuss further regulations for introducing, putting into practice and monitoring the inspections in the MS and for co-ordinating them. This can be in the form of lectures, working groups or excursions.
In some MS such as Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, equipment inspections have been developed and established over the past few years, and although they are organised in different ways (state-run, private sector), they have all resulted in high-quality technical inspections, ensuring reliable and efficient plant protection equipment.
Within this Workshop, the legal/statutory regulations and technical standards for successful plant protection equipment inspections already in force in the countries stated above are presented as examples and described in detail. By planning excursions to the three MS stated, their practical implementation can be analysed and taken as a basis for implementation in one's own MS.
The corresponding regulations in the three Member States mentioned will be made available in their entirety as an information package which is also intended as an aid for introducing plant protection equipment inspections.
Since the Commission is working on regulations for equipment inspections in the context of the thematic strategy, the 2nd European Workshop will also be an opportunity for reporting on the current situation.
The workshop should be attended by experts who are responsible in their countries for establishing, organising, planning and implementing voluntary or mandatory sprayer inspections as well as for the approval of inspection workshops and facilities. more on SPISE ...
SPISE Working Group
Dr. Ing. H. Ganzelmeier
Biologische Bundesanstalt für Land- und Forstwirtschaft (BBA)
38104 Braunschweig, Germany
Fax: +49 531 299 3012