I am proud to join such a dynamic group and look forward to applying the insight I have gained while at the CPSC to help clients successfully navigate product safety challenges with rapid response, protect their brand and reputation from unwarranted complaints, build safety into their products with science-based risk assessment, and meet all applicable legal requirements.
What does SBRA stand for?
SBRA stands for Science-Based Risk Assessment (agriculture)
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We have 26 other meanings of SBRA in our Acronym Attic
- Stone Brothers Racing
- Store Bought Rebels (band)
- Styrene Butadiene Rubber
- Summary Billing Record
- Sveriges Biodlares Riksförbund (Swedish: Swedish Beekeepers Association)
- Space-Based Radar/Infrared
- Shooting and Bouncing Ray / Method of Moments
- Scenario-Based Reliability Analysis
- Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott (building design practice; Boston, MA)
- Simulation-Based Reliability Assessment
- Slovenian Business and Research Association (Brussels, Belgium)
- Smart Bomb Rack Assembly
- Stamford Brook Residents Association (UK)
- Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (also seen as RASSB)
- Safety Basis Review Board (US Department of Energy)
- Scottish Borders Rural Broadband (Scottish Enterprise; UK)
- Site Baseline Review Board
- Small Business Research Board
Samples in periodicals archive:
The rule is being reviewed to determine whether, in the light of a science-based risk assessment of the implications for human health, there are grounds for making changes to or bringing it to an end.
Recently, industry, academia, government and public interest groups worked to develop and propose a software program that could set the framework for science-based risk assessment for pest-control products.
The group has also been working to contract for science-based risk assessment, is funding research through the Center for Food Safety and has joined with other industry associations to develop international cantaloupe food safety guidance.
There should be harmonization among countries when it comes to safety evaluation, simply because a science-based risk assessment is the only rational approach.
The staff of the FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine is deserving of this award for completing the most comprehensive, science-based risk assessment on livestock cloning in the world," said BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood.