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Vision and Mission PDF Print

VISION

1)       To fulfil Malaysia’s obligations as a State Party to the Organisation for The Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

2)       The NA, CWC is to ensure the effective implementation of the CWC in Malaysia.

 

MISSION

To achieve the highest possible levels of excellence in meeting the specified goals of the National Authority.

 

a)    regulating and supervising issues relating to the CWC

b)   submitting annual declarations to the OPCW

c)    providing relevant information including import-export of chemicals to the facilities concerned

d)   verifying the declared facilities and its chemical activities (via inspection)

e)    issuing authorization of activities relating to toxic chemicals listed in Schedule 1 (IF ANY)

f)     conducting assistance and protection programmes against chemical weapons to the public

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NATIONAL AUTHORITY

CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION (NA, CWC)

 

Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) is an international treaty that not only bans the development, production, stockpiling, transfer and use of chemical weapons, but also requires the destruction of chemical weapons. CWC prohibits the entire category of weapons of mass destruction and controls the use of industrial chemicals that can be used as/modified to produce chemical weapons.

Malaysia signed the Convention on 13 January 1993 dan ratified it on 20 April 2000. CWC is in accordance with the government’s decision and policy on the disarmament and non-proliferation of weapons  of mass destruction issues. As of now, there are 188 States Parties to the Convention. As a State Party, Malaysia is willing to cooperate and assist the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and other States Parties in combating the treats of chemical weapons, so that the people and governments can benefit from the peaceful uses of chemistry.

The National Authority, Chemical Weapons Convention (NA, CWC) which was established in September 2006 serves as the national focal point for effective liaison with the OPCW, responsible in ensuring the effective implementation of the CWC in Malaysia while fulfilling its obligation under the Convention:

a)    regulating and supervising issues relating to the CWC

b)   submitting annual declarations to the OPCW

c)    providing relevant information including import-export of chemicals to the facilities concerned

d)   verifying the declared facilities and its chemical activities (via inspection)

e)    issuing authorization of activities relating to toxic chemicals listed in Schedule 1 (IF ANY)

The CWC Act 2005 and CWC Regulations 2007 entered into force on 1 September 2006 and 1 November 2007 respectively. These have been the guidelines for the NA, CWC in carrying out its duties effectively under the Convention as well as regulating and enforcing the CWC in the country.

 
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