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A Cost/ Benefit Analysis on the Development of New Arrangements to Monitor and Evaluate the Impact of Pesticides on Human Health - PS2625

The aim of this project is to undertake a cost/benefit analysis (CBA) to inform the development of new arrangements to monitor and evaluate the impact of pesticides on human health, in line with the recommendation from a report of the Pesticides Adverse Health Effects Surveillance (PAHES) working group of the Advisory Committee on Pesticides (ACP).
Task 0: Project inception
Task 1: Defining the desired monitoring outputs
Task 2: Defining the policy options (specific monitoring arrangements) and the associated impact categories
Task 3: Literature review and synthesis
Task 4: Evidence gathering
Task 5: Analysis of the costs
Task 6: Analysis of the maximum theoretical benefits
Task 7: Evaluation of the policy options (including actual benefits)
Task 8: Final reporting
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2015

To: 2015

Cost: £54,479
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Risk & Policy Analysts Ltd (RPA)
Public Health              
Fields of Study
Pesticide Safety