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  • The Résapath network | ANSES - Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail
    laboratory proficiency testing Monitoring Surveillance How to report a health problem National Nutritional Vigilance Scheme Pharmacovigilance Epidemiological surveillance RNV3P French Observatory for Pesticide Residues Oqali Europe International International relations International relations by topic ANSES s participation in international affairs ANSES a key player in European research Reference activities Cooperation and support missions International expert appraisal activities National Focal Point for EFSA Job Opportunities Job offers Internships theses and post doctoral work My Account login My subscriptions My libraries Fr En News Our Topics Food and nutrition Animal health and nutrition Occupational health Environmental health Veterinary medicine Plant health protection Plant protection products biocides fertilisers Alphabetical Index Opinions Reports Publications Events Calls Consultations Calls for applications from experts Calls for research projects OELs post expertise consultation Opinion currently under consultation Press Room ANSES French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety Search form Home The Résapath network a a The Résapath network Résapath is a surveillance network that monitors the antimicrobial resistance of pathogenic bacteria isolated from animals The network was originally set up under the name Résabo in 1982 and at that time only dealt with bacteria of bovine origin Today it monitors the antimicrobial resistance of most bacteria that induce infections in any animal species primarily cattle pigs and poultry but also sheep goats and domestic carnivores for example The activities of Résapath are coordinated by the ANSES laboratories in Lyon and Ploufragan Plouzané These laboratories organise activities concerning determination of microbial resistance to antibiotics in order to coordinate the network s public and private laboratories in the various départements The aims of the network are to provide methodological and scientific support to all stakeholders through training sessions inter laboratory proficiency testing opinions and recommendations reference guides etc to monitor trends concerning antimicrobial resistance in animal bacteria to

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  • The French Animal Health Network (RFSA) | ANSES - Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail
    report a health problem National Nutritional Vigilance Scheme Pharmacovigilance Epidemiological surveillance RNV3P French Observatory for Pesticide Residues Oqali Europe International International relations International relations by topic ANSES s participation in international affairs ANSES a key player in European research Reference activities Cooperation and support missions International expert appraisal activities National Focal Point for EFSA Job Opportunities Job offers Internships theses and post doctoral work My Account login My subscriptions My libraries Fr En News Our Topics Food and nutrition Animal health and nutrition Occupational health Environmental health Veterinary medicine Plant health protection Plant protection products biocides fertilisers Alphabetical Index Opinions Reports Publications Events Calls Consultations Calls for applications from experts Calls for research projects OELs post expertise consultation Opinion currently under consultation Press Room ANSES French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety Search form Home The French Animal Health Network RFSA a a The French Animal Health Network RFSA A European technology platform for animal health was created in 2004 bringing together representatives from the veterinary medicinal product industry researchers in the field of animal health and European regulatory authorities It undertakes work with the aim of defining a joint research programme focused on priority diseases in order to accelerate the development of medicinal products vaccines and diagnostic tests At national level the creation of mirror groups is strongly encouraged so as to foster similar initiatives in Member States It was in this context that the French Animal Health Network RFSA was created in 2007 on the initiative of the Directorate General for Food See the presentation pdf Within the network the French National Institute for Agricultural Research INRA ANSES the Centre for Agricultural Research and Development CIRAD veterinary schools the French Union for the Veterinary Medicinal Product and Reagent Industry SIMV and professional operators work together to

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  • ERA-ENVHEALTH | ANSES - Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail
    The network and its achievements are presented below There is long standing evidence of the environmental causes of certain human diseases This relationship can be considered to be clear in some cases such as pleural mesothelioma and asbestos but can also be more complex in others and may involve the effects of other determinants such as asthma and respiratory allergies cardiovascular diseases or cancer Moreover many environmental sources of hazards that are currently poorly understood remain to be characterised and are the focus of many scientific studies Against this backdrop the EU Environment and Health Action Plan 2004 2010 identified the need to strengthen interactions between researchers policymakers and other stakeholders in environmental health To this end the European Commission co funded the creation of the ERA NET scheme with the aim of providing targeted support to the coordination and mutual opening of national and regional research programmes The goal of the scheme is also to establish long term cooperation between the national programmes in order to achieve joint transnational research programmes At the end of 2006 ANSES developed a project for a European network aimed at federating national research programme coordinators in the field of environmental health with the help of the Ministry for Ecology Retained as part of the EU s 7th Framework Programme on research and technological development FP7 the ERA ENVHEALTH network coordinated by ANSES is co funded by the European Commission and was initiated in 2008 for 4 years Ten participating countries The ERA ENVHEALTH project was established to bring together European research planning organisations in the field of environmental health with the aim of providing support to public policymakers Coordinated by the French agency for food environmental and occupational health safety ANSES and bringing together 16 public organisations from 10 countries Belgium France Ireland Israel Italy the Netherlands the United Kingdom Slovakia Sweden the consortium included a wide range of institutions both in terms of geography and work areas An advisory committee with eight representatives of stakeholders in the field of environment and health in Europe WHO Europe World Health organisation regional office for Europe EEA European Environment Agency HEAL Health and Environment Alliance REC Regional Environmental centre for Central and Eastern Europe ISDE international society of Doctors for the environment JRC Joint research centre supported and advised the project ERA ENVHEALTH aims to bring participating organisations together to foster lasting cooperation by studying the results obtained and methods used to support research in environmental health in the various organisations by determining priority action topics and adopting common responses and calls for transnational research projects Achievements During four years of collaboration the network partners pooled their resources and shared their knowledge to help improve the scope and effectiveness of environment and health research in Europe Since the network was established a number of reports have been published available at www era envhealth eu including The research landscape on environmental health in Europe Strategic and emerging themes and prioritisation Creating the link between science and

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  • NANOGENOTOX | ANSES - Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail
    Plant protection products biocides fertilisers Alphabetical Index Opinions Reports Publications Events Calls Consultations Calls for applications from experts Calls for research projects OELs post expertise consultation Opinion currently under consultation Press Room ANSES French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety Search form Home NANOGENOTOX a a NANOGENOTOX Nanotechnology is a strategic economic sector with enormous potential in a wide range of areas including electronics information and communication technology and food Many products containing manufactured nanomaterials are already distributed in large quantities However the lack of scientific knowledge and absence of evidence of potential health and safety hazards related to nanotechnology products make regulation very difficult In particular there is uncertainty concerning the specific genotoxic potential of substances at the nanoscale compared to the same chemical entity on a larger scale Given the current status of knowledge the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers EAHC of the European Commission issued a call for joint action in February 2009 ANSES proposed a response to the call on the initiative of the French Ministry of Health This three year programme aims primarily to provide the European Commission with an alternative robust and reliable method to test the genotoxic potential of nanomaterials that may lead to a risk of cancer or reproduction toxicity in humans The studies focus on three groups of nanomaterials titanium dioxide TiO2 synthetic amorphous silica SAS and carbon nanotubes These groups were selected based on the following strategic criteria possible uses in various types of products cosmetics foodstuffs everyday consumer goods the possible route of exposure oral dermal inhaled and manufacture within the borders of Europe Fourteen manufactured nanomaterials were tested In order to complete this study the Nanogenotox project was conducted in several stages extensive physico chemical characterisation of the 14 nanomaterials determination of in vivo nanomaterial

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  • TDS-Exposure | ANSES - Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail
    Veterinary medicine Plant health protection Plant protection products biocides fertilisers Alphabetical Index Opinions Reports Publications Events Calls Consultations Calls for applications from experts Calls for research projects OELs post expertise consultation Opinion currently under consultation Press Room ANSES French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety Search form Home TDS Exposure a a TDS Exposure A project to harmonise follow up of food exposure to chemical contaminants Knowledge on possible chemical contamination of foods and on their nutritional composition is a major tool for health and safety and for nutritional policy This information makes it possible to determine population exposure through food and to enable the State to make informed decisions on risk management In France monitoring of chemical contamination of food is routinely conducted within a regulatory framework via control and surveillance programmes managed by the relevant ministries Additional data can be obtained by conducting a total diet study TDS A TDS is intended to quantify food intake of contaminants in the entire diet and not just a single category of food analysed separately and to monitor background noise exposure of populations via food to the substances of interest to public health Two TDSs have been carried out in France with the second one conducted by ANSES The Agency is currently undertaking a TDS focused on infant diets 0 3 age group In Europe several countries regularly conduct this type of study However the methodologies used are not harmonised which hinders comparison of results from one country to another thus complicating Europe wide regulatory decision making Furthermore some Member States do not yet perform total diet studies at all In this setting the European Union has decided to finance a research project aimed at promoting a common EU methodology which would make it possible to carry out exposure

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  • Monitoring and surveillance | ANSES - Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail
    player in European research Reference activities Cooperation and support missions International expert appraisal activities National Focal Point for EFSA Job Opportunities Job offers Internships theses and post doctoral work My Account login My subscriptions My libraries Fr En News Our Topics Food and nutrition Animal health and nutrition Occupational health Environmental health Veterinary medicine Plant health protection Plant protection products biocides fertilisers Alphabetical Index Opinions Reports Publications Events Calls Consultations Calls for applications from experts Calls for research projects OELs post expertise consultation Opinion currently under consultation Press Room ANSES French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety Search form Home Monitoring and surveillance a a Monitoring and surveillance The Agency is also engaged in monitoring alert surveillance and vigilance missions Its actions in these areas drive risk assessment activities by providing information from the field and enable the Agency to respond more rapidly in the event of a health crisis In this area ANSES uses a range of tools including ad hoc studies aimed at assessing a specific situation at a given point in time and permanent systems for surveillance and vigilance relying specifically on the expertise of the Agency s laboratories In the field of animal health for example ANSES coordinates 16 networks The Agency is involved in the national public health monitoring and alert systems in collaboration with other health agencies such as the French Institute for Public Health Surveillance InVS the French Health Products Safety Agency ANSM and the main administrative bodies in France Directorate General for Health Directorate General for Food Directorate General for Competition Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control Departmental Directorates for Social Cohesion and for the Protection of Populations and Regional Health Agencies It is also involved in these systems at the European level in collaboration with agencies such as the European

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  • How to report a health problem | ANSES - Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail
    Alfort Laboratory for Animal Health Nancy Laboratory for Hydrology Niort Laboratory Ploufragan Plouzané Laboratory Rabies and Wildlife Nancy Sophia Antipolis Laboratory Reference mandates Research projects Networks ERA ENVHEALTH Salmonella Network NANOGENOTOX Résapath network TDS Exposure MED VET NET The French Animal Health Network RFSA Tools and methods Inter laboratory proficiency testing Monitoring Surveillance How to report a health problem You are a healthcare professional You are a private individual National Nutritional Vigilance Scheme Pharmacovigilance Epidemiological surveillance RNV3P French Observatory for Pesticide Residues Oqali Europe International International relations International relations by topic ANSES s participation in international affairs ANSES a key player in European research Reference activities Cooperation and support missions International expert appraisal activities National Focal Point for EFSA Job Opportunities Job offers Internships theses and post doctoral work My Account login My subscriptions My libraries Fr En News Our Topics Food and nutrition Animal health and nutrition Occupational health Environmental health Veterinary medicine Plant health protection Plant protection products biocides fertilisers Alphabetical Index Opinions Reports Publications Events Calls Consultations Calls for applications from experts Calls for research projects OELs post expertise consultation Opinion currently under consultation Press Room ANSES French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety Search form Home How to report a health problem a a How to report a health problem ANSES is the French agency responsible for the assessment of risks for human animal and plant health providing authorities with the scientific evidence they need to make decisions in the field of health Therefore it does not intervene directly in response to the individual requests of consumers However within the framework of surveillance and monitoring systems that rely on professionals and healthcare professionals in particular physicians veterinarians pharmacists biologists midwives physiotherapists nurses etc cases may be reported to the Agency anonymously enabling it to

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  • How to report a health problem if you are a private individual | ANSES - Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail
    Alfort Laboratory for Animal Health Nancy Laboratory for Hydrology Niort Laboratory Ploufragan Plouzané Laboratory Rabies and Wildlife Nancy Sophia Antipolis Laboratory Reference mandates Research projects Networks ERA ENVHEALTH Salmonella Network NANOGENOTOX Résapath network TDS Exposure MED VET NET The French Animal Health Network RFSA Tools and methods Inter laboratory proficiency testing Monitoring Surveillance How to report a health problem You are a healthcare professional You are a private individual National Nutritional Vigilance Scheme Pharmacovigilance Epidemiological surveillance RNV3P French Observatory for Pesticide Residues Oqali Europe International International relations International relations by topic ANSES s participation in international affairs ANSES a key player in European research Reference activities Cooperation and support missions International expert appraisal activities National Focal Point for EFSA Job Opportunities Job offers Internships theses and post doctoral work My Account login My subscriptions My libraries Fr En News Our Topics Food and nutrition Animal health and nutrition Occupational health Environmental health Veterinary medicine Plant health protection Plant protection products biocides fertilisers Alphabetical Index Opinions Reports Publications Events Calls Consultations Calls for applications from experts Calls for research projects OELs post expertise consultation Opinion currently under consultation Press Room ANSES French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety Search form Home How to report a health problem if you are a private individual a a How to report a health problem if you are a private individual Report a health or environmental event that may affect human health Contact the Regional Health Agency ARS closest to you Visit the ARS website in French Report a problem with a consumer product under normal conditions of use To report a consumer product fraud defect presenting a hazard during use fraudulent or misleading product claims contact the General Directorate for Competition Policy Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control DGCCRF to make a declaration

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